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Norris Will Insist That Ex*
* hibits Be Available
for Inspection.
S'i Sertpp*-Hoitar4 Xewtpnoer AVinn'e
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.—Close
nrrutlny will be given by the senate
to the federal trade commission’s in
vestigation of public utilities when it
reopens here, it was indicated today
This is due in large part to de
velopments of the summer which!
have laid new emphasis on the j
whole power problem.
Senator George W. Norris has
launched a move to have the trad 0
commission send detailed reports o:
Its hearings to the senate, including
extracts from the more important j
.ilblts made part of the record
In the past, monthly summaries of
progress in the investigation have
been submitted to the senate, but
nowhere, not even in printed hear
ings, have the exhibits been repro
duced. And the exhibits contained
most of the revelations of power
company propaganda activity which
have proven startling.
Reproduction of exhibits in a way
to make them easily accessible will
make the results of the inquiry
available for years. As it is. they
are put away in the trade commis
sion files and are forgotten, Norris
Norris wants the senate to have,
also, figures on the capital assets
and liabilities of interstate power
companies, their security issues, and
the charges made for service by
holding companies. These, are to be
brought out in the financial phase
of the inquiry, opening soon.
Announcement will be made in a
few days of the date on which fed
eral trade commission hearings will
reopen. It is probable the inquiry
into propaganda activities will be
continued at the first few sessions.
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Ten Get Scholarships
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Left to right: Marie Stumps, Burton Hancock and Helen Brandon.
Ten students of Indianapolis high schools have been granted
scholarships in the extension classes of the Indiana university.
Those chosen bv officials of schools are: Marie Stumps, 3225 South
Meridian street, and Helen Brandon, 824 Woodlawn avenue, of Manual
Training high school; Burton Hancock, 200 North Rural street, and
Agatha Griffin. 1816 Commerce street, of Arsenal Technical; Mary
and Mildred Sommer. 918 Congress avenue, of Sbortridge; Paul Reed,
750 North Belmont avenue, and Mary Warrell, 3410 West Tenth street,
of Washington, and Irvena Harvey and William Roberts of Crispus
Naval Stand Discussed by
British Press.
Bu Vnited Pres s
LONDON, Sept. 11.—Varied opin
ions were released by the British
press today on the extent to which
Premier Ramsay MacDonald was
justified In predicting a successful
outcome for the Anglo-American
naval discussions.
MacDonald’s most recent utter
ance on the subject was in his
speech to his parliamentary con
stituents at Durham Tuesday. Mac-
Donald said:
“I do not think we can call them
negotiations exactly, but we are pre
paring. We are both cautious na-
tions and we are not going to run
like a bull at a hedge and then find,
when we have prepared the scage,
that we began without completely
understanding one another.
“I am optimistic as I always have
been because the volume of world
public opinion supporting both na
tions is so strong I do not believe
we can fail.”
Alonzo E. Walker, drug store op
erator at 2444 £ast Washington
street, and Gus Stivkus, 1446 East
Washington street, today were
charged with keeping gaming devices
after raids Tuesday night by George
Eggleston, deputy prosecutor and
Criminal Investigator John Willis.
A three-day “drive has resulted in
arrest of five persons and confis
cation of five machines.
K. of P. Injunction Case
Goes to Noblesville.
Suit of Knights of Pythias trus
tees for an injunction to prevent
widening of Massachusetts avenue i
will be tried in the Hamilton coun
ty circuit court at Noblesville, it
was agreed Tuesday by attorneys.
The city is named defendant.
Attorneys sought the venue
change from the superior court two
after the suit was filed two weeks
ago. The action charged substreet j
vault of the fraternal order will be ;
destroyed by widening the avenue 1
at Pennsylvania street.
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Bu Times Special
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brothers. Perry J. Banter and Don
ald Banter, both of Marion, are
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in twenty-four hours of each other.
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