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Second Section
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le Mountaineer
Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smokv Mountains National Park
mews Events Seen Thru The Camera's Eye
Japanese Residents of Shanghai Aid Troops
Seeks Reinstatement
Erectlng handbag barricades m 4fi
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When Japanese marines and supporting troops in- ricades at strategic points to cover landing pa:
vaded Shanghai, Japanese residents of the city en- from the barrage laid down by Chinese batu
listed as volunteers to aid in erecting sandbag bar- along the shores of the Whangpoo river. "
Mr. I .aura Tlins Morris
1-S'il battle being waged by Mrs.
Laura Elms Morns, 41-year-old
A avia slung, l'a.. country school
teacher, against charges of beat
ing her pupils with a baseball bat
ainl teaching them evolution,, will
ultimately be decided by the
courts, according to Mrs. Morns'
attorney. Mrs. Morris vigorously
denied all charges when given a
hearing by the school board.
Famous Family Sport on Beach HcadsDcmoprats Ncw Moosc Hcad
ttT' s I I ' ' s
RAventlows at play
Tilt Tyson Mancr
Titt Tyson Maner of Montgomery,
Ala , was unanimously elected
head of the Young Democratic
Clubs of America when that or
ganization held its national con
vention at Indianapolis, Ind.
Cycling 1,028 Miles
'fteventlows at play
This informal scene on the Lido at Venice. Italy, shows Count Kurt
on Maugwilz-Reventlow of Denmark snapping a piciuie ui
dutiful wife, the former Barbara Hutton, heiress to the Woolworth
millions, and their three-and-one-haii-year-oia son, jam-e.
Aftermath Of Battle In China
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H'UIiam J. Egan
New supreme dictator of the
Loyal Order of Moose is William
J Epan. 49. of Newark, N. J.,
elected at the national conven
tion at Cleveland as successor to
William A. Anderson of Indian-anolis.
"Sleep of Death'
Mrs. V.
President Off On Fishing Trip
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I'residenl Koosevelt And I'arly
W hen President litwisevelt departed from i'oiighki'ensie.. -N. V.,
above, aboard Die presidential yacht., I'otomac, for a tis'img trip,
among those m his party were, left to right, stamlmtr, .Lieut. A.
I). (Clarke, Janus Kooevelt and ('-apt. I'aul Hastedo Seated are
Harry L. Hopkins, relief adnumst rator, and .the president Their
-destination was Long ls)und sourul,
Play Important Role in China
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Three sisters, named Soong. together rule the destiny of China to-
cay. They hve names like the echo of temple bells .Mei'Ijng.'
Ching-Ling and Ai-Linp First named. Mci-Luig. is Mine. Chiang
Kai-Shek, wife of the Chinese dictator. Ching-Ling is the widow of
modern Chinas hero. Dr. Sun-Yat-Sen. and Ai-Ling is the wife of
finance Minister Kung. who holds the purse strings of China.
: William C. Bailey -
7". ; ., , China Gathers Her Dead . , 4 ,,.
ejr..""? ('ra7natic photo from North China descnof s -h temnff
lM rl' horrors of the conflict between Ctunese and Japanefe.
iti-i; epe soldiers, killed while defending the sector around
are shown being carried from the field of battle in a truck.
Despite his 64 years, William C.
Bailey, Vermont farmer, cycled
from his home to Chicago to visit
iis daughter and is now en route
home, a trip of 1,028 miles, with-
out a lift from a motorist.
Suffering a blood ciot on the brain
as a repult of a fall. Mrs. W W
Coble. 78, of Omaha. Neb., has
been asleep since last Jan. 17
Physicians agreed that an opera
tion would be fatal, so Mrs. Coble,
her husband consenting, has been
allowed to continue her "sleep of
A LARGE M'MBER TO TTKN J j Mi- Catherine Mai t,-.. M Mai gue
BREVARI) COLLEGE ; rite Murphy, Mr. J. E. Whisenhunr,
The following student, have gor;,. t- Jr Mr. t;t.orK0 Suii,7i KlanCt..4
Brevard this week where they wnli T, ., , .
j inner, .ir. uavui jxenis, n. fien-
(ntcr Brevard College for the com
ing year: Miss Mary and Miss Cath
erine Palmer, Mr. James Palmer,
erick. Nichols, and Mr. Weaver Mc-Cracken.

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