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._.. c , :v , ;; . ,. *' '<.',': ~ \'v ^- •S '•- ' - 'is, 0 » f > , v ^ „ ' /-./ -< - - { - .-. 11 •» A Hotilla of U. S. war vessels steamed"to an Atlantic -rendezvous with the American liner Iroquois above, following a warning from -the German nayy high command that the "refugee-laden ship was to be sunk as U neared the U. S. coast. The Iroquois sajled from Ireland Oct. Z with 566 passengers. WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. —'(ff) _ TTmtsTfro'in ^Berlin thfct A'dolf Hitler Would like'President'Roosevelt to mediate the war-in Europe brought 'prediction/ in usually well informed informed quarters today that the President would not offer such mediation mediation unless Bntain and France wanted him to do so.' Mr. Roosevelt proposed mediation peace appeals to the German chancellor', and Former President Ignace Moscicki of Poland prior to outbreak of the conflict, it was recalled, but Hitler did not reply until his troops had moved against Poles. When he did reply,, the Overman chancellor said that Poland created disturbances and aninv tolerable situation and that mediation had been out of the question. The President was represented as bping unwilling now to lend himself to any move by Hitler which would have the effect of throwing onus for 'continuance of the war Britain and France. If Germany were to suggest more formally that Mr. RoBsevelt offer to See, MEDIATION Continued on Page Two 0. S. As Mediator Only If Britain, France Request Informed Recall Hitler's Ignoring of F. D. R. Request in Polish Campaign; Neutral Debate Goes Over to Monday _x WASHINGTON, Oct. 7- v ., ^ Senate declared, a'"truce for rjest" in its . battle over ' the neutrality revision bill'today. Administration forces' claimed additional- votes for repeal of .the arms .embargo and -both sides -prepared -prepared for a first test of strength on Tuesday. Although some Senators were scheduled- to carry ori the contest over the radio during ,the weekend, weekend, most of them were-weary of listening to thousands of words on how best to keep the United States out of war arid planned to obtain a two-day rest. • • Administration' supporters said that, with the anticipated arrival here Tuesday of Governor A. B. Chandler of Kentucky to take the seat of the late Senator Logan (D- Ky), they would have 65 votes for the bill to lift the arms embargo and establish a "90-day credit and carry" system of handling all exports exports to belligerents. TJiey gave the opposition only 27 votes on their poll list and put question marks beside two of those. 1 See NEUTRALITY Continued on Page Two. CflUNpAS3 GAME PROJECTS w Cooperation *o:f Farmers - Gives Hunters New Privileges To open/land formerly closed the hunter,'. seciarA better, co-operation co-operation b'etwee'n'vhunters iand- landowners landowners ;.and .promote safety and sportsmanship, 'the Pennsylvania Game .Commission has established number• of Co-operatiye Farm je'cfs'."feou'gtfoiit; th'e'•' state;^accord-' ing to the locar district game protector. . ; ' . Each project,:: consists of several adjacent farms,': limited in area '4,000; 'acres,' which were formerly posted against hunting. From farmers farmers who formerly prohibited hunting hunting on their lands, the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Game CommSsion leases the hunting rights for a period of years. in return for which the commission commission guarantees the farmers protection of their rights as landowners. landowners. On each project a sanctuary sanctuary is established, wired off from the rest of the area. Hunters and dogs are forbidden to enter. The usual safety, zone, an area 150 yards from any occupied building, building, is strictly enforced. Each project project is policed by an official who travels from farm to farm throughout throughout the season, guaranteeing observance of regulations which are posted throughout the project. Plots of grain are purchased from the farmers ^to provide . food small game during the winter. In Indiana County there three such projects, one in Rayne

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 07 Oct 1939, Sat,
  3. Page 9

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