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November 16, 1928

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Grant, Sales Promotion Manager of Chevrolet Motor Says 1929 will be Chev- rolet's Grertest Year. Every One Wants to be with The Leader so WHY NOT BUY A CHEVROLET? Royal Centre Phone 60A ROYAL CENTRE, :h Notes Ardella Class had a very en. meeting with Mrs. Ralph with Mrs. Pearl Klapp and m't hostesses on Thurs. During the businer-.s it was decided to again serve at each me, ting. Very interesting contests, de- refreshmellts were served. Ladies Auxiliary of the church will meet next afternoon with Mi~s Hicks. church--Sunday school Sunday at the u~ual hour. bring some one with you school next Sunday. We our regular . preaching next Sunday evening at 7 ~'k. All welcome to all of our of our church please note: ~en'a Council of the Indiana- hrea, December, 3-5, 1928. at Tomlinson Hall. The r has registration cards Fol- I~ are some of the speakers: Rickey, Raymond Robins, Diffendorfer, Edward A Ralph Conner, Fred B , F. W. Fifer, Wm. S Bovard, Oxnam, Albert Parker James Endicott, Edwin Holt etc. This is one of the opportunities of your life, nd, The Standard Bearers take this opportunity to thank the membma of the Auxiliary who so generously gave to the missionary box for Dr. Derby. Donations will still be re. ceived until Saturday at Mrs. John- 8On'8. Mrs. Tom Boauehamp and Mrs. the reds in Millard Rhody were hostesses to the members of the 1917 Claesof the Baptist Sunday School Tuesday evening. The meeting was held in their class room at the church. Hares Noland of Chicago, visited a part of the week with his father George Noland. The North Central Indiana Jersey Cattle club which consists of Jersey breeders of Fulton, Case, Pulaski and Marshall counties will start its series of winter meetings on Friday evening, November 16th in the Court room at Rochester. SUBVERSIVE MOVEMENTS The National Civic Federation is investigating the activities of the reds on this side of the Atlantic and their connection with the soviet gov- ernment, together with subversive movementg among college and : univerdty students. Matthew Well, vice presidenti of the American Federation of Labor and acting president of the Civic Federation, presented the motion for theinquiry at a luncheon of the latter organization. He said that America and the labor movement were in grave danger from "boring from within" tactics of the Workers' Communist) Party, financed and from Me,COw. Ellis Searles, editor of the United Workers' Journal, called the situat,. ion "critical." United Mine Work. era were maitA~g a second "desperatA effort" to keep communists out of out of the organization, he said. The committee will gather data on the extent and nature of communist propaganda for the overthrow of the government. lu commenting on the activity of America and the dis. closures in a confidential '.document issued by the Third Internationale and procured by our State Depart- ment, the Washingtoti Star stated recently: "Few evidences of subversive propaganda in the United States compare in gravity with the startl- ing report of communist agitation, which has recently come into poss- ession of the Department of State. It is a confidential document issued by the Third Interaationale, the revolution-sowing branch of the Russian soviet government, which specializes in spreading the doctrine of bolshevism throughout the 'cap- italistic' world. "Hitherto red activities in this country have been confined to incit- ing the 'proletariat' to undermine the existi,ag political order and to indulgence in excesses of various strips in cohnection with labor dis. putes. In|more reCont ttmes, as is now disclosed by the Third Inter- nationale's report, it has, in addition to its activities among the American civilian element, invaded the mili- tary andnaval establishments with deliberately seditious agitation. Among the marines in" Nicaragua, among the marines and soldiers en route and in China, and even amen g the marines and sailors in navy yards in the United States, the communists gloat that they have carried on their pernicious work. The report tells of "mass meeting' organized iti the neighborhood of navy yards and of cooperation with the American 'Koumintang,'an alle- ged branch of the Chinese Nation. alist movement. "The Third Internaticmale boasts brazenly that 'it is the first time iu history of the world' that the comm- unist crusade has ever been conduct. ed within the ranks of a country's armed forces. There is no ~laim by the reds that their revolutionary zeal has produced results among the members of |Uncle Sam's defensive establishment, but it wiil come as a disquiting surprise to thtr nation that even the effort has been made on so extensive and unabashed a scale. "The United States government, as Sectary Kellogg has more than once taken occasion to point out, is not unaware of the damnable doct- rine which Communist Russia is sedulqusly preaching within our territory. Mr. Kellogg also has explained that, if there were no other reasons for withholding the boon of American diplomatic rec- ognition from the soviet, its illegal and insidious maneuvers, as now glaringly revealed, would of them. selves demonstrate the impossibility of extending to Moscow the hand of friendship and good will whic! Washington stands ready to offer to decent, law.abiding peoples every- where.' The American is inuooent indeed who can see no danger to the United States in these subversive move- ments. and Lucerne W I E'LLE 'S