Fairbanks Daily News Miner, April 12, 1932

Fairbanks Daily News Miner

April 12, 1932

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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - April 12, 1932, Fairbanks, Alaska SfatrfrattRS FARTHEST-NORTH FAIRBANKS, ALASKA, MEMBER OF THE PRICE TEN CENTS. VOLUME XXVL V WiJVja.ia.jj ______ JLASKAROAD TRANSFERRED TO DEPT.JNTERIOR HOPES RISE FOR EARLY RETURN OF Associated Press Pholo Negotiations reported under way by three Norfolk, Va residents for the return of baby Lindbergh aroused new hopes for the safe delivery of the "child to his par- ents. Although it was officially announced that Colonel Lindbergh did not consider the information important one of the Intermediaries said early return of the baby was expected. Charles A. Lindbergh, jr., Is shown here with his famous Legislation Now Being Drawn To Change Status Of Road Building Agency OTVOMEN iTURNINGTO iWET CAUSE ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH SAYS TRANS- FER TO BE MADE IN LINE WITH GENERAL CONSOLIDATION PLAN-EXECUTIVE OR- DER INSUFFICIENT SO BILL BEING FRAM- ED Reports of a possible transfer of the Richardson OPENS IX WASHINGTON w> to TfflBD ANNUAL CONFERENCE CLAIM MEMBERSHIP HALF MILLION OVER WASHINGTON, April 12. Mrs. Charles H. Sabin, chairman, opened rf the departinent to PREDICT PASSAGE TAX BILL CONTINUED DEFLATION OF PRICES ALARMS PRESIDENT CONSIDERS CALLING OF CONFERENCE WASHINGTON, April 12, Prompt enactment of the budget balancing revenue bill was assured Monday night with an unanimous declaration by Senate Democrats for early action. The President consulted con- gressional chieftains and pondered move to summon America's bus- iness heads to stem the new tide of deflation of prices which, it is believed at the capital, has extend- ed beyond the limits of justifica- tion. USE ROWBOATS TO RECAPTURE NAVY TOKYO, April steamer Taisei Maro No. 3, carrying 950 Japanese to north- ern caaneriesr anfl also a of SO, grounded on the rocks of Murakami Bay at Paramussim Island. Two rescue ships are taking off the passengers. TRESPASS LINDY'S MQNEY_ GREENWICH, Conn., April middle-aged woman fled from'a bakery here Mon- day night after a note she offered was identified by the proprietress as one of Lindbergh ransom notes. The woman, who came to the store in a green sedan driven by a chauffeur, grab- bed the note and ran when the proprietress exclaim- ed, "Why, that's one of the Lindbergh A newspaper list of the bills'was pasted beside the counter. ANDEAN PEAKS ERUPT highway irom tne euuuiui the' department of the interior were not only con- firmed, but became of far reaching importance m an Associated Press dispatch from the Washington conference of the bureau in response to a query sent yesterday by the Women's Organization for Prohi- bition Reform with a claim of a The dispatch disclosed that the plan nly transfer of the Richardson highway but would lace the entire AlaskaRoad Commission under the the News-Miner after it t i i with a claim of membership of "over half a million voting women." Mrs. Sabin linked the Lindbergh case with bootleg, activities., saying ''the answer to the selection of the 1 gangsters as aides in, finding baby lies in the Wicfeersham com {mission's statement that enormous i revenues are aiding the criminal I element to organize. ASHES DRIFT FAK EAST-, WARD AS VOLCANOES SENT FIRE TOWARD HEAVENS POPULACE PANIC STRICKEN GUAYAQUIL, April 12, Ecua- dor got its navy back without a shot being fixed. Marines in small boats surround- ed the two are the entire overpowered rebels in a hand to hand fight. General Mendoza, leader of the revolt, was found hiding in a boiler room. SANTIAGO, Chile, April central Cordillera Andes snapped into activity Monday and set sever- al volcanoes belching fire and ash- es and placed a darkening mantle over panic stricken cities. The drift of gray powder envel-! oped even Buenos Aires, Argentina, 500 miles eastward. Peaks active were Tinguiririca, Quisapu, Descabezado and Maul- ino. Several earthquakes were-report- ed in the southern tip of the con- tinent but none was of destroying intensity. WHITNEY TELLS AMOUNT SHORT INTEREST TARDIEU HITS U. S. PLAN OPPOSES TAXATION WASHINGTON, April Before the Senate finance com- Tnittee Delegate Huston of Haw- aii testified aginst extension of the income tax to govern- ment officials in Hawaii and Alaska, He said this meant dou- taxation of federal officials, who are taxed by the territori- al governments. Printers-Ink your Business. Miner Advertise In the News- LARGEST SHORT INTEREST IN XJ. S. STEEL AND GENERAL EXCHANGE MOTORS SAYS PRESIDENT WASHINGTON, April 12, Senate banking committee made public figures furnished by Bich ard Whitney, president of the New York stock short holdings in U. S. Steel.April 6 wer shares, greater than in an other stock. Short holdings in General Mo tors were shares. The number of stocks in whic FRENCH PREMIER SEES NO ADVANTAGE IN ABOLISHING BIG GUNS NOTES WAR- SHIP OMISSION GENEVA, April 12, -Premier Tar- ieu of France assailed disarma- ment proposals made by -Hugh Gibson, American delegate, propos- ing to abolish big guns, 'gases and sinks. -He made no mention of battle- ships, the most obvious- aggressive Tardieu said. _. jibolition of certain aggreflve arms will security and might be disadvantageous to the ta- vaded country, be said. NEW YORK, April 12, Bennj Leonard, retired undefeated lightweight champion, con- tinued his comeback campaign here Monday night by handing a trounc Buster Brown of Baltimor in 10 rounds. Leonard weighed 151 pounds an [Brown Invader Scores Victory CHICAGO, April 12, Jack Kil bourne, Australian middleweigh scored the fourth straight victors of his American, invasion Monda night by knocking out Haakon Han son of Norway after 2 minutes an 10 seconds of fighting in the first round. New Stadium NEW YORK, April 12, son Square Garden Corporation to- day announced the building of an outdoor fight stadium 000 and costing It will be built in Long Island City and will be a permanent steel and-concrete structure. The stadium will be dedicated became known here yesterday that statement had been made at a meeting of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce a week ago Friday that transfer of the road was contemplated. Sent under a Washington date line the dispatch, which was received today, said: Legislation permitting transfer of the activities of the Alaska Road Commission from the war to the interior department is being prepared by the mtenor departmen? in line with general consolidation plans. "Secretary Hurley asked if the transfer would be legal under an executive order and Attorney Gen- eral Mitchell replied that legislation would be re- quired." IADOO STUMPS FOR GARNER URGES SPEAKER'S CANDI DACY FOR- NOMINATION BE- FORE CALIFORNIA VOTERS IN RADIO ADDRESS June 16 at the 15-round heavy- weight championship match between Max Schmeling and Jack Sharkey. News of the project was kept sec- ret until today. The Garden has previously held outdoor .fights in New York ball parks. News-Miner __ i there was a short interest ranged from 590 to 608 in a few days. LOS ANGELES, April a radio speech Monday night Wil- liam G. McAdoo told why he is for John N. Garner, speaker of the House, for President, opening the Garner drive in California. He said Garner has "brains, cour- age, integrity, dependability and reedom from the sordid and self- ish influences which have domin- ated the government for the last 12 years." JONES CONFIRMED AS SECOND DIVISION MARSHAL WASHINGTON, April Senate confirmed the nomination of Charles D. Jones as marshal Division No. 2 ffl Alaska. HAVE CLEAN-UP IN SEATTLE ASSAY OFFICE______ SEATTLE, April 12, Gold dust valued at a hundred dollars was scraped from cracks and the floor of the old assay office when the staff recently moved to new quar- ters. The six ounces represented an "accumulation of several decades. U. S. FLEET. TO MANEUVER OFF COAST He added that the Democratic party must appeal to the country with a candidate divorced from Hall's feuds and ani- Tammany mosities. SOUTHERN CALDFORNIANS WjLL WONDER WHERE EAR- THQUAKE IS AS BIG GUNS THUNDER Senator James: E. Watson of In- diana Attends .opera alone so'that he "can get the maximum enjoy- ment from the music. Subscribe for the News-Miner. SAN PEDRO, April 12, Sou- thern California is in for a rattling good time today, the brunt falling on newspapers with queries of the In the vicinity of San Nicholas Island warships will let loose all their guns in forced battle practice, not: to mention 300 air- planes equipped with machine guns. The same maneuvers in toe past have flooded newspapers with quer- ies. ;