Clipped From Ames Daily Tribune
"HTY BOTTEI IM AMES" British Woman Urges Equality of Treatment for Gun Girls and Men CHICAGO. «!£)—The gun girl must b-e persuaded to toss aside the pistol and pick up & Hewing aeedle. The quick thinking, fast on the trigger girl desperado needs » course In moral uplift She Is the pampered child of yesterday that hae developed Into the greatest crime problem of, the day. The gun girl chose the life for Its glamour, according to the theory theory ol Mrs. Hugh Jones. Oxford, England, a probation cffcer. She stamped her-feet'petulantly during during childhood and was the flery youngster that loved the wild life ol the night club and the rhythmic music of public dance halls. Teaching this strange new member member of the underworld that life can be just as glamourous in doing simple but honest tasks In society'* society'* responsibility, Mrs. Jones believes. believes. Mrs. Jones expressed her -view at a national conferenc eof parole supervisors to discuss reciprocal parole supervision . She said that despite her faults, the girl gangster Is entitled to a fair chance in rehabilitation. She must be taught that a gingham dress may shame tho swish of p. silken gown that leads to jail—the end of the tinselled trail. To halt the increasing ranks of girl criminals, full measures of man's law should be applied in man's fashion. ; "The quality of justice is not an admixture of sentiment and human sympathies," said Mrs. Jones. "The gun girl of today breaks the law in a man's way and the punishment punishment should be the same." , Sh-e held John Dilllnger, Indiana's desperado, and criminals of his kind were held responsible for the gun girl epidemic. "All girls are hero worshippers," she said. "The delinquent is thrilled by the apaprently glamorous glamorous life of the desperado." The tall English woman shied from the question of capital pui- ishment for women. Crime conditions, she said, are so Improved In England that plans are under way to eliminate capital punishment. "We already have closed some of our prisons." she said. Pilot* Fly Million Miles Each CHICAGO (UJE)— To fly a million miles is the coveted goal of an air transport pilot, and United Air Lines now has 20 pilots on its New York-Chicago-Pacific Coast planes, each of whom has 'flown a million miles, including six men who started started to fly the air mail in 1919, who get their millionth mile during the month. Soviet Arctic Leader Honored KIEV, U.S.S.R. (UE>—• Professor Otto Schmidt, leader o£ the famous famous "Cheliuskin >• Expedition" across the northern Arctic route, has just been elected to membership membership in the Ukrainian Academy of Science here. Reunited After 60 Years NEWBURG, Wis. <ttE) — 'Two brothers who parted here in 1374, met at Branpton, Mich., the other day for the first: time in 60 years. Peter Igel was 21 when he bid goodbye to brother Math, 12. Their ages now are 81 and 72.