The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on September 30, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 7

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Saturday, September 30, 1939
Page 7
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1939. SEVEN WS OF THE DAY TOLD IN PICTURES It Took An Injunction To Stop The Wedding Four Middies Die In Auto-Truck Crash She's Got Him Trained EST Richard F. Engels, 23, and Miss Emma F. Preble, 28, (above) were all set to get married; but when they filed their intention to wed at Boston, Richard's father went into court and got an injunction stopping the ceremony. Engels was able to get the court order because he was named Richard's guardian previously when the son was adjudged a "spendthrift." Now the couple is enjoined from getting married anywhere in Massachusetts. Em-oute to Annapolis to resume their studies, four midshipmen from the southwest were killed when their motorcar came into collision with an apple truck on a highway near Braden, Tenn., at night. Here is all that as left of the sedaa in which the victims, along with two companions seriously injured in the wreck, were riding. Women Barred From Neutrality Meeting Attempting in vain lo n-Uend a meeting; of the Senate Foreign Relations, discussing neutrality legislation, Laura. Ingalls, (center) aviatrix, and Catherine Curtis, both mpmhers of the Women'! National Committee to Keep the U. S Out of War, are denied admission. Policeman William W. Banks Is saying, "sorry." BOOM IN 'BREADBASKET'^Around the clock- operation has been in effect at mills in Kansas City, near the nation's -wheat-producing- southwest, as a result of brisk export demand for flour. Here's one workman wearing a mask to keep out flying particles as he fills a sack. Kansas City mills recently set a new record for a -week's output, 186,909 barrels. Bekium Looks To Its Defenses AMSTERDAM g i* /ZWOLLE .AACHEN j? GERMANY D oles Refuse to Give Up Embassy APPOINTED —Formerly director of personnel, Gordon C. Clapp (above), 34. of Knoxville, has been named by F.D.R. pen- cral manager of Tennessee Valley Authority. Centered about the heavily fortified city of Liege, target of the Gorman advance across Relc;iiim in 1!>N, is a three-line defense system built by ihe country since the World war. (T) A system of trenches, blockhouses and machine-sun nests; (2t A stronger line of fortifications behind thr* first, and (,">> tho Albert canal compose, (he defenses, Approximate locations of the Macinot lin^> on the French side and the Siegfried line on the German side are indicated by shaded areas. German troop concentrations near Aachen caused uneasiness in "Re 1 shim, Although Berlin officially denied any attent to violate Belgian neutrality. \ The Polish embassy, Washington siaff of the Polish Embassy in Washington, pictured above, will re- fu?p to M;rro;i ^° r {h ^ buildinc; and their papers to The German Embassy, it is reported. Polish Ambassador Jprzy Pn-tocki. inset, plans to oper- v ,, ' 0. Rockefeller. Jr., oil tycoon, sail- Kmhaspy on Ponsh covprnmpnr. /unds on deposit in tho rnit*d for warrinc: Europe on the Itaiir.ri ?tat^>. When this sum is exhausted it is beli^vpd the Embassy will be fcv 'v&K^jmmsi Wir.throp Rockefeller, sr>n of John '.incr Cor-ls di Sarm'n. He ?aid he \va? froir.ff to Cairo, Egypt, for bus- ness but refused to elaborate. OTH I R-, MALP —Almost up to her ears in work, Mrs. John Nance Garner, plunges into her job as secretary to the vice president. Most of the mail concerns neutrality act. Film Pioneer Dead Patrick and Nora Lynch hug each other as he receives a suspended sentence for acting as lookout for two hoy rohbers. Pat, 17, was pa> roled. in his 13-year-old sister's care on August 10, and she supervised his behavior throughout each day until he appeared, a thoroughly disciplined hoy, before a Brooklyn, N. Y., judge to hear his fate. (C.P.) Motion picture industry mourns the passing of Carl Laemmle, cinema pioneer, who died of a heart attack in Hollywood. Leammle, 72, ran an immigrant's stake of ?50 Into a mulli-million-dollar fortune as a movie producer. (C.P.) CORSET COIFFUR E—See what the corset craze did to laairdrcss modeled in Chicairo by Miss Dorothy Thomas. Yes, It's So—First Snow of the Year! War or no war in Europe, snow time is on its way. Here's proof--?.t Mnlone, X. Y.—where temperatures dropped to as low as five above zero. The youngster is taking some of the sr.ow home in a -wagon, but he needn't worry, for there's more, and plenty of it, on the way. Soviets "Black Sea Pact" May Stop Hitle . . , _ matniained ™ contnhution?. The Amon"an zov«rnment still nizcs Poland as a sovereign country. Soviet Russia summoned Turkey, Romania and Bulgaria to Moscow to discuss a "Black Sea Pact,** to prevent "others" from encroaching on their zone of influence. Such a move would halt Hitler's driv» to the East and keep him from the coveted oil fields of Rumania, Persia and Iraq. Vertical lines shotr tit* conference nations. Russia's shar»- of Poland, cutting Germany off from Rumania, is Toss-hatch*<L v

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