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Olean Times Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1941, Olean, New York PAGE TWO CLEAN TIMES-HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEB. The Washington Merry-Go-Round By Drew Pearson and Robert S.' Allen of the Hitler-Jugoslav confer- ence as told in the diplomatic dispatches, was that del- Fuehrer did not stage his usual show of scolding and storm- ins-the two Serb statesmen, but tried flattery instead. He talked a great deal about the "new order" in Europe, to be formed under German protection after the war is over. >11 the countries were to be together in a United States oi Europe, with Germany preserving law In this picture, Germany needed ..i__..liT flirt i pie ull liia life, and he combines i the workllincsH of a diplomat, with the temlerncHS of a priest, Ho UHCH I hid holidays to visit prisons and I homes for delinquent boys. He Li a j director of the Children's Village j (for juvenile delinquents) in Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., and of thn National Training School for Hoys jn Wash- 4.11 HIM c it a sort of deputy sheriff in the Balkans, and Hitler went on to that this deputy shcritf could Order" Hitler could not move in on' thorn immediately deputy sheriff or no deputy sheriff. What rwilly counted with Jugo- be Jugoslavia. Bulgaria, he was too small, Rumania loo un- waa Tin-key. stable. Therefore, Jugoslavia, if she coopeiatcd with Oormany. BAIT J-'OK TUKKKV would bo made in effect' tin: two ruler of the Balkans. Hitler also promised the Jugoslav statesmen the Greek port of Salonika, with the surrounUins Greek .Macedonia. I If also prom- ised that their ec.imtry could chop off more of Albania, and finally he. he mack- no defi- nite promise that JuRosUivia get back Kiunie itnd perhaps even Trieste at Italian cxpt-n.se. iFiume i.s the I'anioiiK Croatian seaport over which Jupjslavw and the Haliiins neiirly went, to MB a result of the Versailles peace treaty.i Thesf Hitler primn.se.s were tempting, bill th'1 .Jugoslav.-! tin: under no delusion that ;n ihe The Jugoslavs and TurJsH have been working closely together for Knew that they could not possibly resist Hitler the' Turks would .itand with them. Meanwhile, dl- plomaci' Jiad been at work in Tur- time under the a.stute direction of Ambassador von Pap- pen, who xijt hiH I'ii'.'it real experi- ence in diplomacy in the United I Ie .served a.'; military al- ,-ic.hc fif the Cerman Knibussy dur- ing Work! War .1, and was active iii jiliiLs to blow up Uie'Welland Cruiiil, the International various mimit.ion.s pl.-ui'-.s. .Since then vonPappcn has liJKh. lias served a.s Chancellor of ing ton. Shaw's interest in prison reform began when he was serving as foreign service office in Turkey, and he hecyino so identified with the problem there that the Turkish Government named its island prison "Shaw Island." OKKKNSK HOUSING Typical of the failure of the de fens'e housing program IH tiny Charlestown, Ind., where the. Gov- ernment I'K completing a giant powder plant and preparing to fired a rubber-bag plant. Former- ly a hamlet of less than Charleslown HOW has over J construction workers living in trailers and other makeshift dwellings, or commuting from forty miles away over icy roads. Methodist Churches Here To Participate In Drive yearw, and the Jugoslavs Congress appropriated several hundred millions iaHt -summer to provide emergency housing, and Palmer was appointed Defense Mousing Coordinator at a year for the express purpose of Kceintf that the job wan done. To date, he has a large staff of high- salaried assistants, but so far only ,iix defense liuu.slnp projects have been and In: had noth- ing to do with starting them. 'They were begun as regular The three Methodist Churches of this city will participate in the Methodist Emergency Million aj'crujiade .Sunday, in a nation-wide attempt to raise one million dol- lars to meet three war-caused ap- peals. The offering plates of the Methodist congregations in the United States will be simultane- ously passed on what has been named "Methodism's Day of Com- Sunday, March 2. Pastors of the three local churches, the Rev. A. Merritt Diet- terich, the Rev. W. A. Stachhousc, and the Daniel N. Place, ex- plain the three types of appeal that are consolidated in the crusade as follows: (i) is to be allotted to the religious and social well-being of young men In army camps and navy yards. Methodist chaplains within these camps will be aided with literature and equipment as needed from the fund. Churches nearby will be helped to meet their enlarged responsibilities in minist- ering attractively to unusual num- bers of youth during the critical hours of "leave." in some cases this fund will provide general Methodism's share in creating in- terdenominational social and re- 'new i Ormiiiiy. and now the man who .-isumled Turkey to remain ncti- Your Federal Income OKI'KKCI.Vl'ION AI-LOAVANC'KS tral. Tin- bait which Pappeii ii.s'-d to Turkey on hook wa.-< l.he promise of the refilorat.iim of the Turkish Kinpire Kreneli Syria. i I'.rillsh. Palestine, and everything el.'ie rifjl'l down In Tlu.s _________________________! wuiikJ include some of the richest. The amount, lo be recovered by j oil lieldn in Ihe Near Knsl. depreciation is the cost, .if the! Ami it Innlo; an if he succeeded, properly, if by purchase CIIAKI-' after February 2K. If ae- j tmH quired by prior in .M.-iidi Ji'lJIJ. the Ijasi.'i is Ihe of the dcprei-iation I sustained prior lo I. IDI.'J. or the fair market value
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