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Xenia Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1940, Xenia, Ohio For fifty years a daily newspaper the evening Gazette full leased wire Telegraph news service vol. Lix no. 33 j j x weather a a mostly Cloudy wed m mesday night and Al 1 to thursday. Light Jug Snow thursday. Not a Jay much change in tem a Pesature. Xenia. Ohio wednesday february 7, Imo twelve pages Price three cents youth confesses Jenkins murder Lewisohn wed Over wife a protest finns Are still there / widow and son reporter watches while be Noe is repel red attacks Jimmy Spear Sander Thelma Spear Arm telephoto by Hubert be Kuell Wuu the to finnish North us r fms a pm Makh a k a by i front feb. 7 finnish a troop have fought Oft two Kutolas by tacks during Tho night by Tho Light of tit Arctic stars Ami they emerged at Dawn Niter having in void the a russians Back to their starting Point. Fighting started just a i walk of through the deep Snow guided by a finnish officer to the front retain Trees to right and left which h looked like White pyramids. The night was moonless hut there was Light from the stairs Sud the Northern lights which spread fan like across the sky. Con stantly changing shape As of swaying in a tit Tuilio storm. Red Blue and Green rockets burst in till sgt. They were Sig gals for artillery which fired at Short intervals from both sides. Bach shot was accompanied but a Flash of Light visible through the troop. Tit my mortar joined with the artillery. Thoro wore More shots from Tho finnish than from the Huss Ian. My finnish guide suddenly disappeared into a rectangular Hole in the ground. It turned out to be a comfortable Well heated dugout with a blazing Light and the soft strains of Hawaii music coming in Over a radio set. No sound of the fighting penetrated the bomb proof roof. A Field Telephone rung i he second Russlan attack had started leaving the dugout i sew a dramatic artillery Aud Trench mortar Hittl. At close distance two russian companies were frying to outflank the finns. Scores of shells end then hand grenades were hurled against them front the russian lines Trench mortars and anti tank guns replied. to e finnish Eold Loi Dropla a dead two Wen wounded the machine gun end Rifle fire increased reached a Crescendo continued on rage sit novelist feels a seriously married after ceremony is delayed by interruption of common Law spouse and their child Farmer trapped in new York feb. 7 a Ludwig recognizes Coin monday mar i Wiehn. 5n-Vear-Oid novelist said tinges. I today that he Felt Quot seriously mar the ceremony Iii or. Edward l. Ried Quot for the first time in Hie life Israel s study in Baltimore s har even though hts wedding to Edna Sinai Temple was almost Over Manley. Is at Baltimore yester when miss Spear dashed in with Day was interrupted three hours the child shouting a i have been by the appearance of his former his wife his Muse and his Ouli Coinon Law wife and their six the wedding must not take year old son. She and Lewisohn had lived to a i feel that this is my first mar gather sixteen years and she was he said. Recognized in Quot who s who in Quot the first time i was kidnapped America Quot As his second wife. Irish bombing barn killed after Desplas wounding deputies protest Parade Hirst i be ply executions Iii a ire Lewisohn and Bride after we it Dong Acme telephoto housewives Are Back in classes when he was 23 he married Mary the rabbi and other principal Warren county Man hied barricaded mouse after resisting arrest two officers suffer wounds in capture Fob 7 Richards terrorists Winton Arnold Riwk a. 21 and the. , Mcholt , Sony Errata Theotim. I a by youth and to Lri mgt us s in it and the a Lebanon. feb. 7a 44-ye�r-old Farmer Lloyd Sod Quot life with "thelma1 Plowman p"1011 marry her before he did Gantry who barricade himself in Hill Honno for five hours Spear who tried to Stop the wed miss Manley she promised to go to i resisting officers who sought to Arr it him on an intoxication Ding yesterday this is a moral to have a Maittie charge was killed Early today aft a he had wounded two Dep Triumph because for the first time a a but o sheriff i was Able to make a Choice of my Hinr or her Quot nationality a Nerush own a with him. Lon try lived with his wife anti four children in an old miss Spear followed Lewisohn Lewisohn said a this i a ghastly j school at Pekin five Miles North of Lebanon on the and his Bride Back to new York a a Quot a Quot a a a a v Oro in old i011 i it Ike sheriff William Hufford wan Cash i there last a 8a n Dler in Balu inn re a concur i n g miss Spear finally left with Tobej night by neighbors who said Gentry was drunk and was i with officials on the possibility of child who said. Quot i never want to filing bigamy charge since Mary i see my father throngs of Busy homemakers drop Kitchen duties to learn newfangled stunts at Gazette cooking school and recipes too throngs of eager homemakers gathered Early wednesday after noon in Central High school auditor turn to inspect and study illustrated Modem homemaking at the free course which is Quot packing Mem in Quot at the gazettes up to the minute cooking school. For the second successive Day. Notebooks and pencils were Busy so the Quot pupils Quot Learned that the budgeting Dollar May he stretched but never the delicate pie crust. A no. Indeed pastry does not need a a a kneading Quot declares mrs. Emily i Lautz the presiding Home econ oboist and lecturer who on the opening Day tuesday was end Thusia stoically received by an Audi i Cace of More than Guo women plus a natural instinct for Home management mrs. Lautz has the1 rare Knack of sharing her discoveries As unassuming by As a Friendly neighbor. The audience half expected to hear her humming Ai i she tossed off an amazing amount j of work in her orderly Kitchen with its fascinating array of equipment installed by generous firms and merchants. A the proof of the pudding is in the eating for overjoyed Quot student a guests a As the platform creations j which they follow attentively from mixing bowl to Cooling rack Are Given away daily assuring a demonstration dinner in Many a Home. The Quot Angel pie Quot was one of the tempting dishes prepared by mrs. Accused kidnapper scandinavian placed under rond nations irked by nazi policy Patel Dino. Feb. 7. Sylvester we so a. 21. Sherwood. O., was at Liberty on $2,000 Bond today after changing his plea of guilty to a kidnapping charge to one of innocent. He will go on trial april i. Cooking school time table Central High school auth to Riim Date thursday Friday lecturer mrs. Emily m. Lautz free daily gifts time i p. M i p. M session starts 2 p. M. 2 p. M. Admission free food baskets Dally republicans show voting strength in special primaries tempting Aisne a i Autz at tuesday s session and outvoted democrats i n for those Cooks not present who might like to try the recipe it follows Angel pie it cup water l Teaspoon Salt nominations in Ohio districts by United press returns from Ohio a two special congressional primary elections today showed impressive numerical voting strength for republicans and nominations by both parties of relatives of the late incumbents in the 17th and 22nd districts. Republican voting totals exceed % cup grated pineapple 3 Tablespoons cornstarch % cup cold water 3 egg Whites Vic cup sugar i Tablespoon Lemon juice 4 cup coarsely Cut red cherries i cup finely chopped nuts i eighth Inch baked pie Shell and whipped Cream slightly Sweet Toje democratic vote not Only ened with pow dered Sugai i in nor Nany Republican 22nd put into double boiler and Cook Over boiling water water Salt District but Al of in the Lith District sugar pineapple. Dissolve Corn which had been represented in Cou Larch in cold water and add Grad Gress by the late William a. Ash rally to the cooking mixture stir a Democrat of Johnstown Rona Tantle it nid Cook for fifteen minutes until cornstarch is cooked a returns Horn the Lith where and Clear. Cool. Beat egg Whites. Republican Iota vote was until they stand in Points add 13,767 As against 10,546 for demo sugar gradually continuing to beat crate political observers saw a pos add Lemon juice. Add the egg and Bible trend of sentiment in cent Tai sugar mix to the cooled cooked Ohio at least. Pineapple and beat thoroughly. In the 22nd District mrs. Frances pour into the baked Shell and p Bolton. Euclid widow of rep. Sprinkle the cherries and nuts Over Chester c. Bolton won the Undy the top. Just before serving spread posed Republican nomination and with sweetened whipped Cream. Will oppose former congressman a a one pot dinner a baked dish Anthony a. Fleger democrat., Parma in the special election february 27. Fleger Defeated Merritt a. Vickery for the democratic nomination by a vote of 7720 to 1905. State rep. J. Harry Mcgregor West Lafayette Wron the Republican nomination in the 17th by More than twice the vote of the runner up col. Oliver h. Dockery Newark and will meet Byron b. Ash Brook. Johnstown the democratic Winner in the february 27 election. Ashbrook a banker and Nephew of the late congressman bested five other contestants for the democratic nomination with a total final unofficial vote of 4423 against 2,651 for his nearest competitor Georgo j. Mcdonald of Newark government lenient for dimes drive badges looked like Coin face but Fri turned other Way by Bruce Catton Gazette Washington correspondent Washington. Feb. 7.�?it was All done in a Good cause and nobody is Oore about it but if an Ordinary citizen did what the birthday Ball people did when they were raising Money for the infantile paralysis fight head hear from the secret service about it in Short order. You know those Little tin badges that were issued to people who contributed to the Quot mile of dimes fund take a look at one and you la see that it is a pretty close replica of the Quot head Quot wide of a regular dime. It. Is almost exactly the same size and the engraved face is a continued on Page four threatening them and his family. Social Deputy Marion homier several attempt or a Maie to pan was brought to a Hospital Hare for tie Gantry out with tear Glia. With Bullet wounds in the loft leg the officers finally of aval in and and head cuts. A Deputy Roanld discovered Gentry had a Ped Loudon wan shot in the right Arm. About i a in. Special deputies Ralph Palmer Tho neighbourhood was searched and Harley Brunk shot Gentry to pal nor Henderson Sud Brank death when he ran after shooting searched a barn. A they entered Henderson and attacking him with Gentry jumped from behind h Par a knife As he Tell. Tettion and fired wounding Lle Tider Couden wag shot As he and her son. Iff Hufford forced their Way into j As Henderson fell. Gentry the Gentry Homo St 8 p. In. They jumped on him with a knife i no to a a a ii. I a retreated when Gentry fired upon Mer and Brunk pulled him off. As i protest air att Cocks on them with a Shotgun. Five pellets he ran they shot hint Down Neutral Hirm a Antt were removed from Louden g Arm the other in embers of the Gen k Wjk i sheriff Hufford called police try family were in the Holts when pol to f inns from Franklin Morrow and mid the sheriff arrived. They left the dle town Ami returned to the Gen place with the officers when Gnu i Copenhagen Denmark Fob. Try Home. They surrounded it. Den was shot. 7 resentment Rose in Scandinavia today against Germany s air plane attacks on Neutral shipping there were evidences at the same time of increased scandinavian Solidarity and of growing determination to Aid Finland to hold off russians and i Amish newspaper regarded As reflecting Strong Public opinion sharply erotic in j j Germany a bombing and machine gunning of Neutral ship. The important norwegian Liberal j Organ Tidence or Bergen demand j i that the government refuse to negotiate a Trade agreement with Germany and seemed to Bint at the possibility of a Trade Boycott i unless Norway received assurances that its Trade with other nations would be respected. The newspaper Berlt Nuske no Jeude of Copenhagen answering a German complaint that the danish pres played up stories of the British shooting Down German planes and played Down get Man successes against British shipping said that Germany must not expect to show either sympathy or Admira a Tion for their Campaign. Resentment of people through out Norway a United press Bergen dispatch said was reflect in the Tidence editorial. I a just about a week ago we men t honed that our policy of Neutral-1 Ltd should not be extended so far continued on Page six temperatures yesterday expansion to help Finland approved continued on Page six passes up Illinois Washington. Feb. 7 sin. Robert a. Taft of Ohio candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. Issued a statement to Day confirming that he would cot enter the Illinois primary of april 9. Dudley write will oppose Burton for Senate nomination Enrols in contest for Republican Choice As nominee Norwalk of. Feb 7. Congressman in Idley a White of Norwalk entered the contest for the Republican nomination for s. Senator in Ohio today pledged to a Campaign to Quot save orderly constitutional government from the current world tide of dictatorship and one Man he announced his candidacy at the annual banquet of the Huron county Mckinley dub in his borne town beginning a race against mayor Harold h Burton of Cleveland. Who thus far is the Only other avowed candidate for the Republican nomination. Quot right in the beginning Quot said White a Youthful newspaper Pule usher serving his second term in the House Quot i want to make it perfectly Clear that my candidacy will not be based upon the idea of trying to out Deal the new he then criticized new Deal policy on most major current issues and charged that it had a fulled moot disastrously Quot in attempt to cure unemployment. Should White and Burton eventually find themselves the two g. P. Contenders the state May see a Campaign fought out against a background of Rural and Urban differences in Ohio especially on continued on Page six up to 6 p. In min. Max Chicago 29 31 Cleveland 32 36 Denver 26 50 Des Moines 21 30 Duluth 23 26 los Angeles 25 71 Miami 57 76 new Orleans 50 57 new York 27 40 Beattie 47 54 33 36 Washington feb. 7 the Senate foreign relations committee today approved by vote of 12 to 6, a Bill to expand the Export import Bank s capital by $100,000,000 which would make possible further financial Aid to Finland and China. The committee rejected 13 to 5, a motion for a $50,000,000 increase. It unanimously endorsed a proposal by sen. Pat Harrison d., miss., to put Congress on record As favouring Sale of finnish government Bonds among private investors in this country. Mother offers to a give away two boys she s unable to feed Columbus o., feb. 7. Mrs. Fled Mcneil wife of a spa worker offered today to give away the two youngest of her five sons so that they might have better food Aud care than her husband s Small income provides. Mrs. Mcneil said she and her husband bad decided to give away i their sons Wilbur six years old Paul four if a Good Home i could lie found Quot they Are Good looking boys a she said. Quot somebody should be lad to get the other Mcneil children Are i Fred. 14, we i weighs Only sixty nine pounds William 12, whose school teachers recommended that he have More milk and Herbert 7. Another son. Gerald. 2, died last Spring of bronchitis rickets and undernourishment. Because of weak legs. Paul in just beginning to walk. The Mcneils said their income never exceeds $15 in any week and that there is never More than $7 a we Eek left for food after other a Bills Are paid. Kitchen should match the Cook Freni la lick Springs i feb. 7. Kitchens should harmonize with the colouring of the housewives who us them the paint lug Ami i term rating contractors of America announced today recommendation for blonds Cool colors such As greens Ami blues for brunettes at Tong colors including stripes Browns oranges and coppers. For red ads o�f1 creams dark Browns soft greens or yellow and Green Japan threat against u. S. Is treaty reply grave importance is seen in statement to parliament Tokyo Fob 7. A a suggestions that All americans withdraw from China Are of such grave importance that a definite decision regarding them cannot be reach a immediately foreign minister Hachiro Arita said in parliament today. Arita was asked whether it was the intention of the government to advise the United states that All american residents should withdraw from China. Quot that is a grave question Arita answered Quot i cannot reply at Premier Admiral Mitsumasa Yonai also discussed United states requests for guarantees of the Security of american nationals in China. Yonai said that he had no desire to interpret the american request for a Security guarantee for am continued on Page six in him i Ngu a Mug. Peter Karnes and James Irish Kepus Lirian army j were hanged today in 1 Green jail despite desperate appeals for clemency from Eire Anil 1 fears of murderous reprisals in i great Britain. The two Youthful irishmen died for killing five and wounding fifty persons with a bomb Plant on a bicycle on Iii main Street it gov entry la.aug 25 they wet j hanged in the utmost secrecy in the walled prison while 5mi Mil formed anti Plain clothes police men held Back a crowd of several Hundred before the main prison Gate. Too wag nun prong in n critical turn to the i. La a s bitter fight for the reunion of Eire Sud North Ireland which is a it Art of the United kingdom. The gov entry bombing was til worst in ii series of outrageous attributed to the i k a. Extending bark i january 1939 the hang lugs were expected to bring a renewal of this terrorism Ami to pre clip Lute a political crisis in Eire by driving even Many of the More conservative irishmen lilt the ranks of lit i it a. Out of ayin. Put by for two new ii Talna a War time tension was noticeably heightened Public off1-1 a dais Aud government buildings a were under Strong guard special watches were kept Over flu Homes of judges who had presided Al trials of i it a suspects. Al ism Don. Scotland Yard men guarded government Offles Oil Whitehall Aud parliamentary bulling the continued on Page mix report Progress also changed with slaying solution conies soon after identification of victim at Dayton ii k i i. B font aim it feb. 7.�?pr�m�rutink Tutor try j. Ewing Smith san notify us to Ltd Imlay thai Donald Slater in had confessed that he killed Fred Jenkins a. A Railroad telegraphed with a a Iii Mer. Smith said that Slater would in charged with murder. Jenkins body was found late last saturday in a ditch near Miamisburg I he body wits not identified until yesterday. The prosecutor said that slate told him it killed Jenkins As lie slept ill bin la Une at Huntsville where the youth was a room Lei Smith also no id he a would Ltd us the widow mrs Minnie Bulkin Sud her Mhz Melvin is. Wit ii a lug accessories Melvin Sci Kim and it later a i Quot Miami univ shy indent until Oley left school recently at Iii end of the first Seine let according to Authorine slate up r port in i y killed Jenkins when he returned Home Iii t Tiki Rodax Slater is the son of Oral Slater of Covington kit Melvin has a la year old islet. Jon it mrs Jenkins had Odd author ties that so had not be it her he bind for some Tim and that he wend. To Dayton yesterday to id Entley the body after rending that a Man found beaten to death near there was wearing a knights of by thins ring and had a mole in his i armpit Miamisburg authorities believed that Jenkins had in it thrown from an automobile. Ii was lit Kite Ling position and was clothed Only Iii undergarments Quot mrs Jenkins knew about the killing Ami helped Larry the body Uthi Smith said the prosecutor said no motive had Henri found for til slaying ii said there was evidence that slut it was Quot jealous Quot of lit elder Jeu Kins hut dbl not explain it was Learned that Slater Bari worked in a restaurant operated by mrs Jenkins Between Huntsville Ami Indian fake Jenkins body was found in sitting to Maltlon late saturday Aud we a Only tartly clothe officers theorized that a had been beaten to death Nome Pine else and that his body bad been taken there in no automobile Jenkins lad worked recently at new tiv a Junction near Ham ton As a Railroad Telegraph opera tor bus iness news Toledo of Fob 7 Progress was report Imlay by in avid t i Rood Ley it. S labor department i bus mob on the upgrade pm. Conciliator As Toledo Gas it o of payment in Industry a at a two Belah prepaid to resume discus year h go in december up 250,000 Loii with representatives of stalk from november and up 1,200.000 tug Gas workers. From the tame month in 1938. Roads in Northern Ohio Are Slippery Polum bus. O., of a 7�? Froes lug slush and rain caused Northern Ohio roads to be Slippery today and the state Highway department cautioned motorists to drive care fully. Light Snow was reported at Ottawa and in the Vicinity of Cleveland. I William Dudley Pellet Leader of which purported to link him with Silver shirts is show n above chairman Martin Dies of the House As he faced the Dies committee and committee investigating in Auteri Abe Bouge rules committee in Wash can Acme telephoto lug iou to Deus authorship of letters

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