see John Kiernan 9 1 43 pg 6 + 10 20 43 pg 6 Clyde Fisher Einstein visit after 10 26 41 pg 2 Luther P Eisenhart + Harold W Dodds + Adm Chester W Nimitz + 11 2 41 pg 33 all 4 Lincoln Nebraska St Jrnl C C Camp relativity does not hold with molecular distances + 5 27 37 pg 8 meteorite interest for green diamond + 4 17 50 pg 4 David Lawrence GE Schenectady + 4 7 50 pg 4 Swiss Amb Henry J Taylor v Navy McLaughlin + D E Keyhoe alien straw man now 5 22 16 pg A13 Clarence Page UAP all 4 Newport News D-P

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WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS. WILMINGTON. DELAWARE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1941 Jaw attached so 1500 a they from to 540-foot and the and of all both the supported and cent on, the deck steel and told and Two HUTCHINS CITES EDUCATION NEED Says American Universities Are Mirrors of Confusion In a Distracted World CHICAGO. Sept. 29 UP President Robert M. Hutchins of the University University of Chicago labeled American universities today mirrors of confusion confusion in a distracted world. Speaking at a convention at which the university awarded 35 honorary degrees to some of the outstanding scientists of the United States, Latin America and Europe in concluding the celebration of its 50th anniversary, anniversary, Hutchins declared that institutions institutions of higher education will have to recapture, revitalize and reformulate reformulate for our time the truths which gave purpose and significance" to the founders of the University of Chicago. Chicago. "We are in the midst of a great moral, intellectual and spiritual crisis," he added, "to pass it successfully successfully or to rebuild the world after it is over we shall have to get clear about those ends and ideals which are the first principles of human life and of organized society." society." During the half century of the university's university's existence "confusion and bewilderment" have replaced "the .simple faith" of John D. Rockefeller, Rockefeller, Sr., and the others who founded it. President Hutchins said. "Confronted by the great question of peace or war, we cannot make up our minds what we want to defend, why or how." he stated, "though our death rate is declining, we do not know what to do with our lives, and though our means of improving the material conditions of existence exceed those of any previous generation, we couldn't use them, in the great depression, to save our fellow citizens from starvation starvation and despair." After 50 years of progress scientists scientists and educators must admit "that the beacons established to illuminate illuminate the pathway of our people give a light that is flickering and dim," Hutchins said, adding that "the universities, universities, instead of leading us through the chaos of the modern world, mirror Its confusion." POLICE COMMENDED IN RECOVERY OF AUTO Gilbert T. Stephenson, a director of the trust research department of the Graduate School of Banking, American Bankers' Association, in a letter to Mayor Albert W. James, has expressed appreciation for the efficiency and courtesy of the Wilmington Wilmington Bureau of Police in recovering recovering an automobile owned by his wife, which was stolen at noon Friday. Friday. Mr. Stephenson said the automobile automobile was stolen from their home at 814 North Broom Street and within 30 minutes the police recovered and returned the automobile. Mayor James, in reply to the complimentary complimentary letter, thanked Mr. Stephenson for the expression of appreciation appreciation for the services rendered by the police and added that it was a standard of service that all city departments strive to render to the citizens of Wilmington. JUNIOR TRADE GROUP TO HEAR W. W. FINKE Walter W. Finke, president of the U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce, Commerce, will address the Wilmington Junior Chamber at a luncheon meeting in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium auditorium today. Mr. Finke, whose home is in Minneapolis, Minn., will be accompanied accompanied by Douglas Timmerman, vice-president vice-president vice-president of the organization. Gerrish Gassaway. secretary-manager secretary-manager secretary-manager of the Wilmington Senior Chamber, and Stanley B. Hearn, chairman of the Wilmington Hous ing Authority, will attend the meeting. meeting. Representatives from Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Chester, Kennett Square, and West Chester are expected. ONE DIES IN INDIA QUAKE QUETTA. India, Sept. 29 JP)A 35-second 35-second 35-second earthquake shock was felt here today. One person was killed and two were injured. The damage was negligible. TO DISCUSS AUTO LAW George S. Williams, motor vehicle commissioner, will speak on the new auto registration and inspection system system at the meeting of the automotive trade and transportation section. Chamber of Commerce, at 12:15 p. m. today at the Hob Tea Room. Horace V. Daniel, chairman, will preside. I II is? If P i I M m 1 I I pi 1 m LEIBOWITZ'S wl remain CLOSED ALL DAY TOMORROW to observe a Rettgious Holiday OPEN FOR BUSINESS THURSDAY AS USUAL

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The Morning News (Wilmington, Delaware)30 Sep 1941, TuePage 14
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  • — see John Kiernan 9 1 43 pg 6 + 10 20 43 pg 6 Clyde Fisher Einstein visit after 10 26 41 pg 2 Luther P Eisenhart + Harold W Dodds + Adm Chester W Nimitz + 11 2 41 pg 33 all 4 Lincoln Nebraska St Jrnl C C Camp relativity does not hold with molecular distances + 5 27 37 pg 8 meteorite interest for green diamond + 4 17 50 pg 4 David Lawrence GE Schenectady + 4 7 50 pg 4 Swiss Amb Henry J Taylor v Navy McLaughlin + D E Keyhoe alien straw man now 5 22 16 pg A13 Clarence Page UAP all 4 Newport News D-P

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