High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 23 1940, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 23, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Tuesday april 2x 1910tue High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Point. North Carolina Page Civen Tavs of till to Itji i v i m to Hon they were Hirst child crusaders fourteen year old Hoyt Barrett left and Elizabeth Merrill la of Perkinsville. Vt., whose desire to donate their Jennies for the Relief of War stricken children inspired the nation wide a children s Are pictured As they arrived in new York. With them in Rev. M Everett Corbett who helped organize the crusade. Sern by it in mask. In Quot spin storm a appointment of Bertrand Russel above English lord to n. V. City Colleen faculty aroused debate by religious leaders who assailed i moral viewpoint and by educator defending his ability a i a philosopher. J we of i a i i Jax v ii w a use i \ i Izbi amp Stu a a of ? a i Well Well Here a the inside of a the biggest Well in the being dug by the spa for the new waterworks in Cleveland Ohio. It s 103 feet in diameter and will furnish the Cleveland area with up to 200,000,000 More Gallons of water per Day. The shift is 110 feet deep. The camels traditional a ship of the desert a from activity or modern warfare. Plenty Tough looking Are the soldiers of Egypt s famed Camel corps above recruited from sudanese and other desert tribes. Camels retain their value in desert operations because they can stand tremendous physical hardships land Are capable of moving swiftly and silently in places where motor noises would betray them. Britain s near East army doubly Alert As the Mediterranean area looms As a Likely new theater of w a is in constant training. Above members of a mechanized division on one of their daily drills in Egypt s desert Region leap from a transport truck. Though British and egyptian military equipment is modernized it is unlikely that mechanization will eliminate.  ,5 v i Quot a a w a a Home v ass off ii spa workers Are shown leveling off the Bottom they used 12 tons of dynamite to blast the Well of the big bore. It of solid shale. Royal coach wartime style i i Quot 11 a Quot Jar ill a mule a britons in France conscripted mules As Polo ponies but that did t change this fellow any. Or the sophisticated dashing Type Florence k Gainor created this bold by colourful summer play f suit the shirt and shorts Are of natural beige Ray a on which looks like in j in and the full gather r de wrap around skirt which ties with a Bow in front or Back is of Matching material in grape purple billiard Green Bright red. Butter yellow and White stripes v a asks Navy second to none i that la make i Nolc Sam second to none Admiral Harold r. Stark right chief of naval operations testified at the Senate naval hearings he estimated that such naval expansion Mould Cost about $3,486,000,000 Over a five year period. With Stark is Apt. C. M Cooke of the office of naval operations. From Jungle boy to Schoolboy fighting for great Britain in his third War colonel Adrian Carton de Wiart above is reported in com numb of one of the Allied forces landed in Norway. Reported thirty times wounded in rus career the 60-year-old, Bel Gian Horn officer fought in the Boer War lost an Eye and a hand in France during the world War. Mob a a stranger than the fiction of Kipling a Mowgli a the Jungle boy a us the Story of this Young Isi Salvador Indian boy. In 1933 Farmers of the sons Nate province captured after Many months search and a severe fight a strange Jungle a animal a the a a beast a 5-year-old boy. Farmers guessed his parents died when lie was two that he lived on fish and berries killing Jungle enemies like poisonous snakes with his Bare hands. Today Ruben Marroquim now la and thoroughly a civilized a still returns to the Jungle where As seen at left he exhibits ape like prowess in tree climbing. But he always returns to school right where he is rated a Good scholar. No War a because Ber background and looks a a Sambo Lite pc Ace Quot Lillian Russell. N. Y. Model was named peace goddess by american league for peace and tolerance. Pm a it of t Simsjjr i _ the Price paid by ? jockey for getting his mount off last in a 12-horse Feld on a Sloppy track is shown a jockey a whiners mud spattered face due to late Start he was on receiving end of mud tossed by fit my hoofs of rival horses in recent Chesapeake stakes at Havre de Grace. My. King Victor Emmanuel of Italy left rear seat patriotically foregoes the Royal equipage he might command to ride in one of the tiny cars that gasoline rationing has made popular in Italy. The King is pictured at the Capron aircraft Plant in Milan where he recently inspected the new warplane seen in background. Klan comes out in the open d Ita Hayworth. Hollywood Star wears her heart on her pocket instead of her sleeve. The Early Spring dress is of Gray Wool the heart shaped pocket in dark Blue with a smaller Bright red heart in the Center of it. In footsteps of famed forefather Imperial wizard James a Colescott right slums How the Kun flux klan w ill dress after his recent order to unmask. Old regalia with sinister Eye Slit Hood left was abandoned coincidentally with trials of 17 Georgia klan members for flogging. Colescott denied and connection Between trial and new klan regalia. Japan s puppet ruler of China actress chosen buddy poppy girl a ? a a Mary i Ouise Revere Auerhamer. Of Boston great great great granddaughter of Paul Revere parries lanterns a one of by land two if by sea to be Hung in a the old North Church in recent Celebration in Boston of 1651h anniversary of Revere famed ride i Onfri Skuli heretofore unpublished this photographic character study of Wang Ching Wei Japan a puppet a a ruler of China in opposition to Chiang Kai Shek was taken when Wang was Chiang s right hand Man and personal representative in fighting against Japan. Brunette picture Ellen i Tress my Metier 5 recently selected 1940 s National buddy floppy girl of the veterans of foreign wars. V. F. W. Committee in Kansas City mo., chose l or a a a typical american girl mrs. Samuel c. Charleston. W. A. Don. In 1912, was to Jedi at becoming scout. Lawrence of As Daisy got. A a Little an the first girl

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