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November 03, 1939 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-11-03

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.Th4e Administration's neutralIity bill;'passed by the' Senate after a four weeks' debate, was sent to a House
of Represenitatives whose leaders were hopeful of a final vote before, the end of 'the week. Shown studying tho
measure befoare a meeting of the Rules Committee are, .left to right: Rep. Patrick Boland, Democratic whip;
Rep."A. 3. Sabath, chairmnan of the Rules Committee; and Speaker, William Baflkhead.

BEAU) BRL7M'MEL' IN BERLIN-The arm with which +Germnany 's well-tailored foreign minister,
Joachim von Ribbentrop, created a sensation_ in Lon don in February, 1937, when he gave a- Nazi salute on
bein~ presented 'to King Gorge. VI, was'-still: mnaking history _in. 1939. This year found-: him .byusy ;signing
documents, the most im-nortant being that'of Aug.-4 'when (wearing "civics") he sighed the Russo-Gerwnan
pact, 'voi ding Germany's anti-canjintern. His Oct: 25 Dan zig spee'ch predicted' "war' to the .efld,'' dealt gently
with France, professed friendship for U.S.'

SALESMAN-Sun of Hitler's: aur-
rent favor is repoited ,to be shint-
inxg" on suave, blue-eyed; Joacimx
Vonl Ribbentrop, :who, sold chain-
pagnie before-hb bees-ic a N1azi
diplom1a t.

Two- Peruvian brother, WmbE~rto. (left) of the air force, and Victor, Gal'lino6 of 'the army, took off from
Nett York on a propsoed noni-stop flight to L.ima, ,Peru, a distance of 4,014 miles. The, Gal'lino brothers are
shown 'before the, takeoff, which was delayed almost two weeks by weather, examining a prap painted on the
nose of their ship.

The Lone Agce,". Charles Augustus Lindbergh; whose hope th at. the
Unitcd States -w'ed maintain.an embargo oni "offensive 'eap nl" was
m, ~hedyesterday when the lcusv of .Representatives follawed thejlead
atfthe Sinot Y = rep 2aling the presient Neutrality Act.

POWER FOR "O.$S T'-There's. a lot of power here, thinks
Gernai~gn~r ~tir~i~Sanic! eAthe motorslhip "North Star" as
lie C xx'.mines The valve assemlbl-y of thet longest Diesel engine in any
Ship in the Ui.S. It is .3 5feet ltmc > weighs 1.10 tons, has,11525 horsepower
and wi l lauh fth "NorthSii~ at 12 knolls when ship leaves Buo tor.
with JEy:rd party.

SPRITT MAY MEAN LIFE O9 DEATH-Into the "disaster bus," newest emergency ambulance unit at
New York's Bellevue hospital; hurry doctors acid nurses called,- out on an emergency. The busses are amply
stocked with medical supplies apt to be needed on this errand of mercy. The "disaster bus," which carries 13
doctors and 13 nurses, rolls at a nmoment's notice.

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