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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 16, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican weather Snow probable third edition volume Xxxvii number 65 Mitchell s. D fourteen pages monday december 16,1s29 Industrial and financial leaders co operate with president Hoover weds More enforcement men to be available for South Dakota if needed 1000 new families join fold newspapers readers standards improve evening Republican Bureau. The Albee building Washington. D. Slung d. C., dec. 16�?cornin the civil service will provide additional in lists prohibited agents brio in South Dakota is exd by the civil service ionian within the next few weeks als stated Here today s will not especially affect the i Dakota districts where the action enforcement personnel nost entirely under civil Are at present. It will however efficient names to the eligible take care the turn Over for some time. In the castrated where the prohibition a has had constant trouble in taming a civil service status Large percentage the peril the additional men Are said p badly needed. Resort had gently been had during the few years in these states to the nement men not qualified e commission who have not the commissions examinations trial and financial magnates throughout the ent re country have signified their willingness to co operate with president Hoover in carrying out his plans for stabilizing and advancing the nation s business. Above is pictured some the leading men the Nat Ion who have answered the Call to further the Prosperity the United states. They Are top Rowh. F. Perkins. President the International Harvester company who announced that his company will continue with its Forward development. John j. Raskob. Chairman the National democratic committee Dur ing the last presidential Campaign. He has signified his willingness to assist president Hoover. Bernard m. Baruch prominent new York capitalist Lowe Arthur Reynolds chairman the Continental Illinois s Bank and Trust company Chicago has offered his co operation. Gerard Swope president the be Nard Swope president the general electric company one the nation s business and Industrial Lead cts. A. Our tax slash Bill sighed by Hoover m. Doran head the Bureau is especially the commission to set St eligible appointees Assile. In View the cd has been levelled at Lent personnel by the against the prohibit nent and other a a wet great emphasis the it in the Field in the Washington d. C., dec. 16�? put a the tax reduction Bill providing for a slash s160,-000.000 for the United states passed saturday by the Senate and rushed to the White House for signature by president Hoover was signed by the chief executive and made a Law the land late monday afternoon. The Bill was passed saturday afternoon by a vote 64 to 14 by the Senate and immediately sent to the White House for the presidents signature. The constant turn Over agents mined with the added approbation for additional agents passim Congress last year has verify trained the list eligible ratified by the commission. I Ether the civil service cornus Ion expects to begin another Lea examinations As soon As present one is finished has not n announced. It is expected it this will depend largely an by the present Congress in icing appropriations for the pro Ilion Bureau and possible for a feral increase in the enforce at personnel. To improve standards it is not believed that the Prood Transfer prohibition in element activities from the usury department to the de rement Justice will seriously the method selecting pro-21 lion agents although it May ult in the setting still higher Edards few Entrance to the Nanal Force lamination conducted thus far the civil service commission Soever have been regarded As sex a Neil rigorous. Prior to the a sent one the commission held a t several thousand applicants whom More than 75 per cent led to pass. The last Examina a was slightly modified but the re engage failures is still said have been very substantial the let percentage will not be known til All tests have been graded. Two winners in Atwater Kent air contest named new York n. Y., dec. 16�? Jfe a a miss Genevieve i. Rowe 21. Of Wooster o., coloratura Soprano and Edward Kane 22, Tenor Atlanta. Have been awarded first prizes by a jury musicians in the third National radio audition sponsored by the Atwater Kent foundation Trey were selected Froin among five men and five women finalists Cho Ien by radio listeners in a series local state and District elimination contest. Each was awarded $5.oho, a Gold medal and two years tuition in a conservatory music. Louay Toni judging from tile Fine re arcs j turn temper suits obtained by those Adrue official ver Tising boars for Sale n. Today a there will be an immense crop pigs next year. Every mail brings us fresh evidence the Suc prec nation Cess these ads. J. J. Be inches a pre v a january i Ward Letcher says a we had very Good re Quot in i do sold 30 head and Kudaj y 4 left. We Are Well pleased. We will have 6 00 Good an and for registered bred is 00 Good i Ltd a Little later .�?� is ass Many other letters which 21 to Good we Hope to i ave room to 15 Good i a a 1 i to Milf Iowa Dubish Are in cur tues Washington. D. C., dec. Is�?1op a the attitude the United states chamber Commerce toward the farm Board As exemplified in a recent letter written by William d. But ter Worth its president. Was characterized today by chairman lease As a wanting the farm Board to hang its clothes a Hickory limb but not so near the the farm Board chairman was referring to a letter from the chamber Commerce head which said that the chamber favored Cocker Atie marketing Only insofar As it did not discriminate against other business the letter transmitted a copy resolutions to that effect passed by the Board directors the National chamber at a meeting in Columbus. Ohio
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