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Oldest Newspaper in Alaska._ * • .1;_ Member of The Associated Press
DEVOTED TO THE BUILDING OF A BETTER NOME AND THE SECOND DIVISION.
NOME IS THE STRATEGIC WORLD FLIGHT AIR BASE—ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY AVIATION __
THE NOME DAILY NUGGET
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NOME, ALASKA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1934 Per Copy: 10 Cents.
VOLUME 35. No. 134. _ ■ ■ ■ —-— ———■»——-—-——— ■■ "■■■ - - ■■■"1 ■*—— --
Family Feud Cause Of Five Killings
qwFFPING BUDGET REFQ MS BE SUGGESTED
British - Teuton Policy Is To Be Direct And Frank
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PREPARED TO OFFER
SUGGESTIONS AT THE
MEETING CONGRESS
(By The Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 — Sweeping reforms in the
government’s budgetary methods will be advocated by the
United States Chamber of Commerce, as a result of a refer
endum conducted among the membership.'
One of the recommendations will be for a more active
centralized administrative control of expenditures and the
reducing of expenditures below appropriations.
Other proposals include, that the executive budget be
submitted to Congress about March first, instead of early in
January, in “The belief that the estimates, will be more ac
curate near the beginning of the fiscal year.”
One other point will be that the President in his budget
estimates designated the activities he thinks should be dis
continued v " • "• *
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Widow “Baby Face”
Nelson Is Asked To
Give Up To Police
(By The Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Dec. 1 — An appeal
from her father last night urged the
widow of “Baby Face” Nelson, to
surrender to the authorities, who
have been seeking her as the com
panion of her husband in the gun
fight in which he and two federal
agents were killed.
The father, John Wawrzyniak, ad
vised the widow to “give yourself
up rather than face government
bullets.” He was prompted to ap
peal to the woman because of re
ports that no quarter would be
shown in the hunt for the fugitive
from Tuesday’s triple-fatal gun bat
tle.
SILK STRIKE IS
NfiARINC END
SAYS WORKERS
(By The Associated Press)
Patterson, N. J., Dec. 1 — The
strike of twenty thousand silk dy
ers in the Passiag Valley Mills near
ed an end today as negotiators reach
ed an gareement which is recogniz
ed by the American Federation of
Labor as collective bargaining, an
agent of the workers said this mom
- ing, but is not closed shops. The
agreement also grants new wage
scales.
Paraguay Offers
Peace To Bolivia
(By The Associated Press)
ASUNCION, Paraguay, Dec. 1 —
The Paraguay givemment offered
peace to Bolivia, provided the new
• Bolivian government .at Lawpax
stop# hostilities.
Stands by Husband
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Mr„\ Helen Louise Doke (above),
wife of Judson C. Doke, former
San Leandro, Cal., amploye, on trial
in Woodland charged with the slay
ing of Lamar Hollingehead, alleged
poet-lover of Mrs. Doke, is expected
to bare her romance with the youth
to aid in his fight to escape convlc
tion. (Associated Pres* Photo)
ALL-AMERICAN
TEAM FOR 1934
IN FOOTBALL
(By The Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 — The All
American Football Team included
two Stanford men; Reynold for
tackle and Grayson for quarter
back. Others were Bill Wallace,
halfback of Rice Institute; Francis
Lund, fullback Minnesota; Fred
Borries halfback Navy; Darrel Les
ter center of Texas Christian; Don
Hutson of Alabama; Frank Larson
of Minnesota both ends; Charles
Hartwig of Pittsburg and George
Barclay of North Carolina guards;
Will Lee of Alabama tackle. Chuck
Mucha of the University of Wash
ington was placed on the third team
as a guard.
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Nugget—ftM Mouth By Carrier
SAITO AND FAMILY BACK IN LI. S.
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Hiroshi Saito, the Emperoi of Japan’s Err.brfoador to Amenta is
shown with .'tia family upon their arrival at San Francisco on tne liner
Chlchlbu Maru returning to Washington from a three months leave of
absence spent In the homeland. (Associated Press Photo)
ENGLAND TO BE
FRANK DEALING
WITH GERMANY
(By The Associated Press)
LONDON, Nov. 30—The new Bri
tish policy of dealing with Germany
will be one of direct and frank con
tact regarding armament and other
matters. It has been inaugurated
on Britain’s initiation.
Sir John Simmons told the House
of Commons Wednesday night, in
his capacity as Foreign Secretary,
that he had disclosed in accordance
with the new policy, the speech of
Stanley Baldwin which urged that
Germany abandon her isolation of
secrecy which has been advocated
by Chancellor Hitler.
Before he told the House of Com
mons, the speech had also been de
livered and communicated to the
United States, France and Italy. He
divulged his reason for inform irfg
the other nations, when he explain
ed that the problem was not exclu
sively Anglo-German.
Stanley Baldwin said that Great
Britain was watchful but not pani
cky over the European situation,
adding that Britain would not ac
cept inferiority to Germany in the
air.
Reports have been circulated that
Germany was secretly augmenting
her air and other armaments. Bald
win said that investigation proved
that these reports were exaggerated
as to the extent of Germany’s re
armament activities.
Well Known News
Paper Man Is Dead
(By The Associated Press)
VICTORIA, Dec. 1 — J. R. Matson
publisher of the Victoria, B. C.
Daily Colonist, and a well-known
golfer, died here Friday night.
ARE ARRESTED
IN CONNECTION
MORRO CASTLE
(By The Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 — Acting
Captain William F. Warms, and
Chief Engineer Eben S. Abbot, of
the “Morro Castle” were arrested
today on charges of negligence dnd
misconduct in attention to duty, in
connection with the burning Sept
ember 8th of that ship off the New
Jersey coast, in which 134 lives
were lost.
The men were released on twenty
five hundred dollars bail. Each will
await a hearing called for Decem
ber 12th. The officers denied the
charges. Both officers mentioned
and three others will be brought to
trial also, before the Steamboat In
spectors, with a possible revocation
of licenses.
PIONEER DRUG CO.
IS MOVING SUNDAY
INTO NEW BUILDING
The Pioneer Drug Company, Ed
Steffen and Charlotte Potter, which
has been located since the fire, at
Front St. west and C Street, ex
pects to move into its new building
on Front Street at Hunter Way, to
morrow.
The firm took over the interests of
the Lomen Bros. Drug store follow
ing the fire. Under construction
since the arrival of the lumber ves
sels this fall, the new building has
now been practically completed so
that the new firm will be able to
move into its new quarters Sunday.
Carrying all lines of drugs and sun
dries, the Pioneer Drug Company
also has another department for ko
daka work, managed by Charlotte
Potter.
NOTICE
Those interested in the Commu
nity Christmas Tree Program are
requested to meet December 2nd, at
2:M o’clock p. m., at the Native
School House.
V. R- FARRELL, President.
FAMILY FUED BELIEVED
TO BE CAUSE KILLINGS
RESULTING IN 5 DEATHS
(By The Associated Press)
CARLISLE Pa., Dec. 1 — A new clue to the mysterious
deaths of Elmo Noakes, his neice and three children, devel
oped into a report that was labelled as a family fued. The
mentioning of the associations of the neice and Noakes brot
out a declaration of bitterness.
(By The Associated Press)
ROSEVILLE, Calif., Dec. 1 — A feeling of bitterness
between the families of Noakes, aged thirty-two and Wini
fred Pierce, his eighteen year-old neice, was reflected in
charges of disturbing the peace, sworn out against two of
Noake’s sisters, Mrs. Kate Gibby and Mrs. Winifred Shaf
fin, who were convicted of the accusations in police court.
The conviction came after testimony had been given
against them by Harry Daniels and his wife Enid,' the sister
of the slain Winifred. They claimed that the two sisters
came to the Daniels home and raised disturbances.
■ Saves Life of Pal
Paul Nielson, 16, (above i :!ew
ard’s assistant aboard the motor
liner Amerlka, arrived in San Fran
cisco as a hero. He dived into the
ocean oft Guatemala and saved his
cabin mat*. Knute Grund.’M. 11
who had lumped overboard into a
school of sharks.
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COMMUNITY XMAS
MEETING SUNDAY
AT NATIVE SCHOOL
A meeting has been called of the
Community Christmas Committee
and all those citizens who are in
terested, by V. R. Farrel, President.
The meeting is to be held at the
native school of the Office of In
dian Affairs tomorrow afternoon at
2 p.m., at which time plans, if any,
will be discussed for the giving of
an annual Community Christmas
Program, a custom which has been
carried but in Nome for the past
several years.
A worthy cause, and an opportun
ity of entertainment, together with
the assembling of the public of
Nome, for such a program, is a fine
thing. It deserves the support of
everyone and the meeting tomor
row should be attended by all pub
lio-minded citizens of Nome.
N. Lester Troast and Mrs. Bert
Eagen and two children arrived by
plane this morning with pilot Mirow
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Freighter Wrecked
Twenty-Five Saved
By The Associated Press)
MUSKEGON, Mich. ,Dec. 1 —
Twenty-five members of the crew
of the freighter “Henry Cort,” reach
ed shore safely, eleven hours after
the ship had struck the Muskegon
Harbor breakwater, in a sixty-mile
gale.
Sinks To Bottom
Three Are Saved
(By The Associated Press)
DETROIT, Dec. 1 — The Lakeside
III, a power cruiser, sank in the De
troit River. The three occupants
reached shore safely.
QUINTUPLETS
INCREASING IN
WEIGHT DAILY
(By The Associated Press)
CALLANDER, Ontaario, Dec. 1 —
The Dionne quintuplets, now six
months and three days old, are es
tablishing a weight raising record.
The five children are now practic
ally the weight of the mother. Or
dinarily, Dr. A. Rj Dafoe, said that
the children would double their
weight in that time.
PUBLIC DANCE
Saturday, Dec. 1, 9 P. M.
Native School Gymnasium
Gentlemen 75cts. Ladies Free
Given by the “Polarites”

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