High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 24 1940, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 24, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Aerial convoys a British Convoy air plane prepares to land on the flight deck of the aircraft Carrier Eagle. Recent Aerial Convoy by the Royal air Force has reduced the effectiveness of Germany a swooping attacks on British shipping. Official u s. Antarctic service photograph new Byrd pictures among the first Byrd Antarctic expedition pictures to reach the United states this one shows rear Admiral Richard e. Byrd Center and capt. Isak Lystad right going ashore at Rapa Island with a French government official. Rapa is a Small French Island in the dangerous archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean. Silk play suite actress Kathleen Maccormack shows us what be wearing fit the beaches this summer. It is a new lightweight Silken play suit with an open Sun tan Back. The pattern design is suggestive of grass strands. Rumanian conscripts a rumanian army conscripts Are Given hot drinks and food at a Bucharest Railroad station before being moved to Frontier Garrison posts. Most of them Are fierce lighting Moun a mincers. On leave from the Western front these British mommies Rush the Telephone Booths at a London railway station. Its or More trouble after a recent suicide attempt. John m. Fox right former husband of actress Juan Bennett retreated to an Arizona desert to Quot seek peace and evidently something went wrong he admitted after paying a Fine for assault and intoxication in a Tucson ariz., court. He is shown in the custody of officer William Irvin. New i Iii Lim null parental blessings awaited two 19-year old chicagoan Gerald Butler and Jean Owen daughter of a wealthy Illinois Engineer Are pictured at Miami awaiting the arrival of jeans father. Last new years eve Jean and Gerald decided to Elope. They were married at nearby Crown Point iud., and with 25 cents capital started a hitch hiking trip to Florida where they Are now working. War orphans made homeless and destitute by War. These typical finn War orphans suffer extreme hardships. Building space is scarce and they sleep 30 to 50 in a room. Food is being furnished by the United states finnish Relief commission headed by former United states president hoi Belt Hoover. Inn bomb fire the sound of red army bombers scarcely Dies in the distance before finn fire volunteers Battle flames stalled by russian incendiary bombs. Fire gating in sub Zero temperatures is an almost impossible Job but the finns seem to be Able to tackle anything. Central press association. All rights reserved

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