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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY W

Federal Power
To Be Used In
Crime Control
Roosevelt Decides To Try
Elimination Of Rackets
And Kidnaping In U. S.
(By Associated Press)
President Roosevelt, after confer-
ring with Prof. Raymond Moley, ex-
pert on crime problems, was deter-
mined today to use the full force of
the federal government to stamp out
kidnaping and racketeering.
President Roosevelt today request-
ed Prof. Moley to make a, special
study of kidnaping and racketeering
with the understanding that he retain
his state department office and return
to it in the winter.
Mr. Roosevelt said he was asking
Moley to undertake the special sur-
vey of methods of combatting crime
at the request of Attorney General
Cummings who communicated with
him today by telephone.
The Tulsa World says it has
learned $200,000 ransom was paid for
Phe release of Charles F. Urschel,
')klahoma City oil millionaire kid-
taped by machine gunners. He was
reed Tuesday.
Manney Stewl, who negotiated the
return of John J. O'Connell, Jr., kid-
naped Albany youth, was taken to
New York City by police who hoped
he could help them pick up the trail
of the kidnap band."
Police learned that Nathan Bas-
kowitz, a Brooklyn real estate man
and fight promoter, was kidnaped
Monday by gunmen who are de-
manding $25,000. His brother, Artie,
is associated with Humbert Fugazy,
sports promoter.
The International Association of
Police Chiefs, meeting at Chicago,
declared the crime situation as seri-
ous as war and called for the "co-
operation of all law-abiding citizens."
The chiefs' positions was summed
up in a resolution adopted Tuesday.
With the united support of the peo-
ple the resolution assured President
Roosevelt the police could "conquer
the insidious enemy within our bor-
der."
The resolution was presented by
the press relations committee of the
association of which H. .D. Harper,
chief of police of Colorado Sprfngs,
Colo., is chairman. He urged a closer
co-operation between police and the
press, especially in regard to kidnap-
ing cases.
Earlier the chiefs heard Malcom
W. Bingay, editorial director of the
Detroit Free Press, score what he
called the "yellow" press' for serving
as a publicity agent for the under-

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A nameless cluster of nine houses and a general store at an intersection of two dirt roads in
Washington county, Iowa, betook to itself the name "Nira" in recognition of the National Industrial Re-
covery act and is waiting for the boom its residents believe will come their way.

Billion And Half

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Louis Snyder (above), lawyer of Stella Christoff, 17 - year - old
Albany, N. Y., acted as- counsel to daughter of an Edwardsville, IlL.,
Manny'Strewl, who pickedup John truclkfarmer, was quoted by State's
J. O'Connell when the latter was Attorney M. L. Geers as saying
released in New York by kidnapers she shot to death Nelson Voss, 25-
who had held him 24 days. Strewl year-old! rural mail carrier, "be-
was one of the 34 intermediaries cause he squeezed me and tried to
named in the case. kiss me and I got mad."
Fair's Nude Dancers Tabooed~
When KellySees_'Lady Godiva'

Heads Records
Cash Balance On Hand Is
Largest In History Of
United States
HYDE PARK, N. Y., Aug. 2.-(CA)-
The Federal Government has a larger
cash balance on hand than at any
time in its history, it was announced
today at the summer White House
where President Roosevelt is vaca-
tioning.
P r e s i d e n t Roosevelt appeared
greatly cheered by the news from
the Treasury Department in Wash-
ington concerning particularly the
heavy oversubscription of Federal
bonds and certificates.
He was informed that the $500,-
000,000 offer of 3 1-4 per cent eight-
year bonds had been oversubscribed
more than six times.
The President was told that the
total subscription was in excess of
$3,000,000,000.
Limit Put on Subscriptions
He also was informed that on the
August certificates $300,000,000 had
been asked for and that $1,500,000,-
000 had been obtained. As a result
it was decided that the offering
would be closed to all subscribers in
amounts above $10,000.
In connection with the favorable
cash balance in the Treasury, the
White House said that the sum was
even greater than that on hand in
days of the World War, totaling ap-
proximately $1,500,000,000.
With that huge amount in reserve,
it was pointed out, the Government
was in a favorable position for 1933,
and probably well into next winter.
It was indicated that the large
cash balance on hand made conver-
sion of a portion of the Liberty bond
four and a quarter more probable.
DANCE Jack Nelson's Band
Free adm. Park plan
i OCEAN For 50c couple
BEAC H Via Saline, Clinton,
)and Brooklyn, to
- P1 E R Clark's Lake
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WE WONDERED-DID YOU? culations on the radioactivity of lead,
PARIS, Aug. 2.-Mother Earth is thorium and uranium.
330 million years old, M. Belot has By the same method he estimated
informed the French Academy of the age of the universe at some-
Sciences. where between 500 and 3,000 million
He arrived at this figure" by cal- years.

TODAY

" IS THE DAY

ettlement Of
Sound Picture
Strike Is Seen,
cademy's Offer Of Help
Is Accepted By Both Of
Disagreeing Parties
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 2.-(/P)- The
If-styled "creative" side of the huge
ovie industry was in the midst of
s work as peace maker between
ring producers and striking tech-'
cians today, but what would come
its fact-finding was an open ques-
>n in Hollywood.
Now well into its second week, the
neral walkout precipitated by dis-
tisfied sound men was under the
rutiny of a committee named by
e Academy of Motion Picture Arts
id Sciences with the approval of
th sides to the conflict. The acad-
ay's membership consists of actors,
rectors and writers.
The academy will not render a
cisin as to any course of action
be taken," said J. T. Reed, its
esident, adding, however, that he
ped the hearings would "so clear
e atmosphere that a prompt settle-
ent will be effected by the contend-
9 parties themselves."
Reed has expressed the opinion the
ike would do untold harm to the
:ustry if it is not ended quickly.
In remote geological times the site
Cleveland, O., was at the bottom
what now is Lake Erie.
Genuine Old 'own
CANOES
For Rent 9 A.M. to 12 P.M.
CANOE LIVERY
Foot of Cedar Street

CHICAGO, Aug. 2.- () -Nude'
dancing at A Century of Progress is
at an end.
Dancing in the nude at various
shows at the Oriental village and
other places along the midway at
the World's Fair was halted by the
various concessionaries T u e s d a y
night.
Their action followed an edict by
Mayor Edward.J. Kelly, who visited
the fair the other night and saw a
"Lady Godiva" ride a camel and a
woman dancing without clothing. He
subsequently issued an order that
shows which he described as "inde-
cent" be eliminated or the places
would be closed.
The concessionaires were warned
they'd have to tone down the per-
formances, and as a result crowds
that flocked into the fair grounds
saw a fan dancer dance in trunks
and a brazziere instead of just fans.
One show in the "Slums of Cairo"

was closed by a policeman after an
investigator had watched a pei-form-
ance of a female impersonator. The
mayor's move was praised by Rufus
C. Dawes, president of the fair.
"We welcome this help and co-
operation on the part of the duly
constituted officials whose duty it is
to see that the laws are enforced," he
said. "There is certainly a limit to
these dances and exhibitions and I
believe that the limit has been passed
.. .We will lend every, effort to co-
operate with the mayor in any sug-
gestion he might have."
SCOUTS' WORLD JAMBOREE
GODOLLO, Hungary, Aug. 2.-(R)
-The fourth world jamboree of Boy
Scouts began today with the parade
of 30,000 boys, including 387 Amer-
icans and Past Regent Horthy of
Hungary an outstanding part of the
program.

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