Oct. 25, 1938:

The Dundalk Eagle - - HISTORICAL CALENDAR | REUNIONS | SCHOOL NEWS - By JOHN G. BAI­LEY

Arch­bishop of Dubuque, Fran­cis J. L. Beck­man, de­nounces swing mu­sic as a “de­gen­er­ate mu­si­cal sys­tem… turned loose to gnaw away at the moral fiber of young peo­ple.”

Ito Hirobumi, Res­i­den­tGen­eral of Korea and for­mer Ja­panese prime min­is­ter, is as­sas­si­nated by a Korean na­tion­al­ist in China. Ja­pan rules Korea as a colony from 1910 to 1945.

Fr. Philip Ber­ri­gan and three as­so­ci­ates, soon known as the “Bal­ti­more Four,” pour blood on se­lec­tive ser­vice

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