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   High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1942, High Point, North Carolina                                A MTWSTflY Seventh Cress HiCH NORTH CAROLINA 531 BoolcoftheMonth BY AMMA SEGHIRS UWSTftATIONS BY WILLIAM SHAKP i 90 hdP he wosin the doctors George walked on and on th 1 f information die law required a Jewish physician to ivc ta lie finally jwrcd but Georges eyes restrlnTd Herbert Again he looked closely at the briefly at j j o an oio 1 clmiltr white D 4 Sjthac wound like yarn Demerged again upon it and noticed a 1C Heres the man whos got to help i the In The physician stared in to his very As he looked at himself in the mirror above the washbasin the dark shadows had spread to his own He closed his He soaped his bands and washed with infinite I have a wife and Why does this man have to come and sec ME To have to tremble every time the bell rings Why did he come to me of all people To me Why washed a second See this doesnt con The old peascnt watched him across the Later and said to ask for When Geortre the b NEW YORK STOCKS 128 41 i 25 i 19 54 i 3 P lately bandaged The doctor had meant ie merely nodded street he saw in a doorway So steadily did the George turned his head H into the shadows and far i Continued from Page One Tebouiba thrust south i O ll X the Keitel alonelsaid eight mams of the triumvirate of high ablaze in another For some time Berlin has all holding virtuwest of the Spokenof General Zeitzler one1 rank who formid the The advices said the latest of the most ingenious German en1 rP command at the slartlerations were limited to M t ral staff whose great cff J marked by tentative WAnf 84 PlAl I has asserted itself since the vvas Flcld Marshal and American thrusts at TT V111 VJT I lUUlO Campaign in the west i France and er vonBrauchllschcommantli Axis dcfcnses on the other the Lowlands andwho therefore of thc German approaches to and i vas promoted ranirilv place Hitler himself VICTO was litk in these reports H acting on his intul how the situation was repulsed Marshal I armies fal The chief nan high minister for armament andifor consultations but never rein CCMTCR I JOHN WAYNE JOHN CARROLL in Flying Tigers Also Short and Latest News BROADHURST REDBLOODED ROMANCE THE OMAHA TRAIL JAMES CRAIG PAMELA BLAKE CARTOON FORMIDABLE tContiniied irom Paye One v OilUClLIVJIl IV CL shaping but there appeared reason to believe that the Allies were making use of the lull to overcome the deficiency in air j strength from which they have been suffering in the for1 i ward 1 A Reuters dispatch from North j Africa said that fresh units of the United States and British air cated that air mastery was swing wvre arriving constantly Ing back to the at tn front to support the CONVOY ATTACKED British head jarters reported i Ihe RAi llas now completely that Allied twinengined fighters with Ibe Fiist American P38 ncvvs agency Spit ning had pounced on an enemy rPs Lightnings and air convoy northbound from Afi bombers are rica and had shot down two Ger Aan a Reutcis man transport planes near at the said pcdusa between Sicily and10 lcinearc tlle commanding of Writer Recounts Ter rific Sea Battle Off Savo Island Last Month Editors Note The bold adventure of one heavy cruiser in the United smashing sea victory off the Southern Solomon Islands November JZ1J was related to IVIlliam Associated Press by officers of the ship fresh from the thick of the When the re port was 23 Japanese ships had been sunk and seven with more to follow in few succeeding Of this the unnamed cruiser claimed destruction of tivo destroyers and heavy damage to a By WILLIAM H1PPLE iabled of which one was I light cruiser and the jder were One of tfie lying off the southwest Tip of Savo Island about seven miles we identified definitely a Jap and fired six salvos at The fourth and fifth j si raddled the destroyer and the exploded her in a mass of She sank aJJ the water was thronged with shipwrecked sailors a few Japanese but mostly Ameri floating in life clutch ing covered with It was a welcome sight to see small boats leave Guadalcanal and peik up our the officer Although the action was ended for the moment and the rest of the day passed without attack there was little repose aboard the for two Jap submarines were reported sighted in the area and the danger of assault by air remained This was as hard as actual bat tle on the nerves of the the officer It was a great relief when we finally were proceeding out of the Everybody was Boih Axis communiques a certain spot W11H IHh when midnight of Friday the thir ed heavier skirmishing needed just as if he Delayed teenth and it became Sat armored oat mis in eie Pnoning for a the communique i an Allied armored car attack ncavier skirmishing J u armored patrols in the Tebourbaj c e Pnonmg for 31GSL Tlnliin i i Workers In Detroit Area Frozen To Jobs On Stage FRIDAY NITE L A T F 5 H 1 W I of the Detroit area were virtually T WW t J VLty j 1LIIL liJVJ 1 l captain and other jurclay the fourteenth officers 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Union West Eiec A Mfe Wilson Woolworth Yell T C Youngs 8 T 2 4 29 mi 201 i Utah had a tuberculosis death The North Star is the brightest star of the Little and forms the end of the CLOTHES ON CREDIT WILL BUY FALL AND WINTER ClOTHES COMPANY HIGH 71 PFR WPPV rClII Tf ElEiA KING KONG With FAY BKfCE CABOT and ROBERT ARMSTRONG Pius Serial Comedy Novelty RIALTO AN ALLSTAR COMEDY PRISON GIRLS ROSE HOBART and SIDNEY Added Ap proximatcly war workers frozen to their jobs today under enunciated by Oic of the War Manpower heads Armed have not slept for morq than 84 hours or eaten anything save an occasional Thats been the experience of even man aboard this fighting ship The covering 34 essen itial categories of sets forM that such clearance should he only under specified con STftTE THEATRE SALEM STREET r THOMASVILLE TODAY FRIDAY AND SATTRDAV ME AND MY GAL uith JUDY GARLAND AND GEORGE MURPHY AT A IXTO BATTLE The cruiser went into battle I 1 J here sought to keep jobswitch did so much in stopping a ing to a minimum and at the same Japanese thrust against time facilitate the draft of men into the armed services at least expense to vital war The plan was described as vol with extensive possi bilities for its Asking the cooperation of man agement and the district of Ice recommended that no worker leave his present job for another tiithout a clearance from nis or from the district of board today Thursday after more than 24 hours on the That was the day before and the after noon on which 32 of 33 attacking Japanese torpedo bombers and Zeros were shot Then the same night this ship moved out on the prow for enemy surface ves About the morning of No vember 13 we got wind the Japan ese fleet was northwest of us in the vicinity of Savo Island and ordered approximately onehalf of pack of popular canned vegetables and juices set aside for purchase for the armed lend and other gov ernment thus reducing the supply available to civilians substantially below prewar The order directed canners to set aside various percentages of their 1943 pack of 31 fruits and based on the amount packed in 1942 citrus 194142 crop which range from 19 per cent of the grape fruit to 100 per cent of the blended fruit juice and carrot n Pick yourself a perfect Merry Christmas Here and heading one of Cigarette sales in Japan have greatl yincreased since the inva F Our ships were off he Homierj of Cattle breeders of Uruguay dohi lied an ambulance to the British JRed IK 1 a misty and as ourj Englands Daily Prayer Union panv proceeded in been left fortune bv a rich iih at 11 active offeio from could make out only the ones imman of Exeter mediately ahead and i v Clark onMJhasizcd that the plan We were moving at a good Lourenco Marques lifted its wholly He that there were extsn sivc possibilities for its enforce ment both as to the jobchanging workman and the pirating em THRIll THAT STARTLED knowing right our way Suddenly a tourists uu i ttl I Lb the Japs were heading ban on motorists and is welcoming trtrt SnHclrtnJt t to searchlight was turned on by Japanese ship off our starboard He and almost immedi ately we let Two more Jap searchlights went In nn in stants firing out ship shot out all three The first salvo fired by this ship from its big caliber guns hit a Japanese destroyer and she blew up By then thel United States and Japanese ship columns were passing each other j almost There were terl rifle flashes from large guns and a i continuing stream of flashes fromi Japan has banned the making of expensive cigarettes and cut SERIAL wrr TODAY thra CAKTOON TRICE ONLY iOc 22c Bronson Matney At Rotary Again Called back for a repeat per formance just a few weeks after his first appearance before the High Point Rotary young Bronson Matney today entertained the Rotarians with a selection of popular closing with Silent automatic which the club joined in i a bS explosion as The tenor justJap cruser blew Im not sure growing out of the bov but she went up ni sang one of his own J flames and later Thats compositions which he called counfK Figh for Once again We next concentrated on a club gave him thunderous lnat loomed up She was concentrating on and t can tell you its not a plea sensation to bo facing an on rmy battlewagftn when youre m j j we did all another officer broke We four full salvos into and didnt get any hits worth men tion ing on must have di abled her and thats prob ably the crippled battleship which was still in the area yesterday morning and was sunk trying tb get The cruiser kept moving holding its position in the column and swinging to the its guns j firing at whatever enemy targets could bo discerned through the smoke and Within a few minJ at least seven ships iay blazing furiously on the Occasionally there wouid bo a momentary then somebody i would open the second 0111 ccr After the firing we didnt know which the ships around us were friendly and which We waited tensely for dawn to sec who and what were All gun crews stood ready to fire at sight of tho 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