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November 24, 1933 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1933-11-24

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THE MI CHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,

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YE STERDAY
CHICAGO - The annual pension
of $21,000 which has formerly been
paid to Samuel Insull, was voted to
be discontinued by the boards of di-
rectors of the Commonwealth Edison
Co., The Peoples Gas, Light & Coke
Co., and the Public Service Co. of
Northern Illinois.
PONTA Delgada, Azores - Col. and
Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh landed en
route to America by way of Portugal
and Cape Verde.
OMAHA, ljb. -Leaders bf the
national farm strike declared a truce
in order to allow mid-western gover-
nors to carry their agricultural pro-
gram to the next meeting of Con-
gress.
WASHINGTON - Senate investi-
gators revealed that payments of $1,-
000,000 to Samuel Untermeyer and
$520,000 to Charles Evans Hughes for
legal services were made by William
Fox in his fight to save his theatre
properties.
SHANGHAI- Newspapers in Ja-
pan charged that Japanese money
was helping an anti-government
movement in the Fukien province.
WASHINGTON-Treasury officials
expressed deep concern over the fall-
ing prices of government bonds.
Large sums were inserted into the
market to halt the decline.
Dr. Will Spens, vice chancellor of
Cambridge University, England, last
week was given the honorary degree
of Doctor of Laws by the Columbia
University.
Fly!
Flight Instr action
Local Passenger Flights
Special Charter Trips
Airline Reservations
ANN ARBOR
AIR SERVICE
Municipal Airport
430sou hState
1111 Day Phone 9270
Night Phone 7739

TRAINMEN PLAN WALKOUT
HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 23. -()-
Approximately 3,000 Southern Pacific
engineers, fireman, conductors, train-
men and enginemen in Texas and
Louisiana plan to strike at noon,
Nov. 25 climaxing a controversy in
which the employs say 108 points are
at issue.
Officials of the "big four" railway
labor brotherhoods counted striket

ballots Wednesday and said an over-
whelming majority of their Southern
Pacific members in the two states
favored it.
A book on military science written
by a German professor has been ban-
ned by the Nazi government because
it is feared it might lead to misunder-
standings between Germany a n d
other nations.

TWO FREIGHTERS COLLIDE
NEW YORK, Nov.23. -(P)- Two
freighters collided in lower New York
bay shortly after midnight today,
leaving one so badly damaged that
for a time it was feared she would
sink. No one was hurt.
The damaged vessel was the Ohio-
an of the American-Hawaiian Line,
inbound from Seattle. The other was
the Liberty of the Cosmopolitan Line.

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