Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 15, 1939 - Image 6

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1939-12-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ THE MICHIGAN DAILY FEWn

OAT, DEC. 15, 1939







10 39

ASKS PEACE--Little peace did
Eugenio Cardinal Pacelli, 63,
(above), fEnd after M~arch 2 elec-
tion as P~ope, succeeding Pius 311.
Ile chose -name "Pius," which
means peace. His first encyclical
asked the end of wars.

SUDDEN DEATH-Sq~uat buildings tumbled into this Chillan street
gave little idea of destrucetion wtr up lht Jan. 24 in Chile by earthquake
that killed 20,000 and brought a U.S. bomrber 4,200 miles, carrying medi-
cal supplies for victims. Closer to home were the West Virginia and Ohio
floods, the June tornado near Anoka, Minn.

SEQ. CLINGS TO SQUAE US--Successive loss of three submarines--Squalus by U.S. May 23, Thetis by England June 1, Phenix by France June
115-scenied an omen forecasting importance of subs. to war later in the year. Squalus sank off Portsmiouth, N.H., 33 of 59 men aboard being savred
with a diving bell. Above, Squalus rises July .13 before sinking again to ocean floor. Sub was finally drydocked Sept. 15.' Thetis cost 99 lives;
Phenix 7 1..

HOME-Ending his exile, Charles
Lindbergh drew critic ismi in, U.S.,
Canada by hi:; Oct. 13 broadcast
with plea for "freedom of this con-
tinent... from dictates of Euro-
pean power." Sen. Key Pittsmn
scid speech encouraged. totalitar-
!an ideology.

NO WAR CLOUDS, THESE-From Europe's war camne inretus for a stronger bon d among the American
rcpublics, and for a huge U.S. defense program, that's now adding ship-,- to the navy, machines and main to
the armry, air bases and bombers like this to air force. The Byrd expedition left for Antartica to bolster U.S.
territorial claims there, and Clipper planes gave U.S. an edge in rcgular transatlantic air service.

TAXES---:i.zU;;Ie tax evasion
charges pat Toni Pendergast
(abo-re),I(na City's Democratic
bows, bc! Ind bhags at Leavenworth.
Repleascid frwn _Al-atraz, was Al'
Caroii, formner gangster who had
served prisonl sentence for neg-
le:cting income tax paymnents.

QUEEN'S DAY-June visit of 1Britain's rulers, George VI and Eliza-
1 -f - greeting the President ait Washing (on. Was a perci-s u r ,i-
rm I'I for win: wine-S (i cli - born q ueen. Monarchus visite d U. S. of ter tour
of Canda. Lcft o right: thlt Roosevelts. queen, king, Secretary of State
Cc~i'cclli hull.

PRO1BE--'-bhe "sn"kept the
ft~tp. Martin Diles' (6bove) communit-
~ig1fIwith the Jaw: Commnu-nist
IEzrl B3rowd r was indictedi for
R uin got a2 .t- year sentenc
for' larceny.

STREAMLINER WRECKED-Malice was blamed for Aug. 1 2 wl-- I(es $2,000,000 luxury train., "City of San
Franciscom," which piled up near-Carlin, Nev., killing mnrf ttEan '19, iii jering about 100. A rail had been
moved. Other disasters; snowsiide burying six climi Lcrs on Mount, Bakjer, Wash.; Chicago's' $3,000,000
elevator fire.

,; . s::.}.. :5._ r? '_:; . 'W "i: '" :'v}.:\' ti: " \i,. .,,. r.Ft : . .:4"4 {.+i' : ;.:2i'yb :.'-AC'S Jat : 7"':; : v. , ,,"". ┬░ti R.
:: .;: .

: :::::s :: : :;>::; :::

......~' "a,

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan