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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ,
i U.S. Patrol Over Greenland's Icy Mountains
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In solitary splendor a U. S. Navy PBY air patrol plane wings its way on a flight over our far nuithcrn
outpost in Greenland. Far below is nothing but icy wastes as winter begins slowly to close in. This is an
official U. S. Navy photo.
Here's How Nazis Would Dismember Russia
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TO Of RMANy. TO RU55IA TO JAPAN
ALL EUROPEAN RUJ ALLTERRITORV ALL TERRITORY EAJT
SIA WEST OF THE EAST OF URALMTS. OF LAKE BAIKAL AND
URAL AAT5. AND WEST OF LENA R. LENA RIVER
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This map shows bow the Naxis plan to eat up th Russian Bear (with the aid of Japan). Germany has
cut a big slice In the West for herself; a big slice In the East goes to Nippon, and what's left would be
a "free" Eussia under orders from Berlin. Even the name of Russia would disappear from the map. This
plan was elaborated in detail by Alfred Rosenberg and bit expert staff.
The U. S. Navy on Patrol in Iceland Water!
' Oscar, famed chef of. the Waldorf
Astoria in New York, is shown ci
the eve of his 75th birthday, whkn
he is celebrating with a gala chai if
ball for the benefit of the U. S.
Oscar has been with the noted hot
for 48 years, ten of which were w
the new Waldorf.
Thi nffixmi 11. S. Navv Dhoto shows units of the fleet on actual patrol duty, guarding ,nn...
nnrti anH merchantmen en route to Iceland. In the foreground is a sailor on watch abnarrf . J
the background is a cruiser and a transport It was in these sea lanes that the Kearny wajtorpj
One More Answer to Hitler
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Grid Star Plays Nursemaid
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America's fast-growing two-ocean navy, greatest in the history of the tl
world, is augmented Jay another warship s the submarine Gxftnling
: ! goes' down the ways at New London, Conn. ,
A Durocher to Wed
Escapes the War
Vern Miller. 250-pound tackle on the Harvard football teamjitj
pay his way thrnuprh the Cambridge, .Mass., school by serving m
maid for 16-months-oM Georgie Owyer in nearby Brighton
hails from Milwaukee, Wis.
Vacation from War Envoy to Icelar!
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Miss Nellie Durocher, daughter of
Leo (Lippy) Durocher, manager of
the Brooklyn Dodgers, National
League baseball champions,is shown
at her St. Louis, Mo., home with her
fiance, Edward G. Holtxman.
Lieut. Stanley E. Jenner tells the
Overseas Press Club in New York '
how he regularly thumbs his nose
Lisette Veris, stage and screen star at death. He is a member of Brit- ;
from Budapest, Hungary, arrives ain's Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve
at New York on the President and an expert on disposal of land.
Grant. She boarded the ship at Bom- mines, the kind the Nazis float down
bay. India. by parachute to wipe out whole
blocks at a clip.
Lincoln MacVeaph of Connej
nominated by President Bool
to be Minister to Iceland, MJ
first envoy of thw ram km
Danish island recently occup
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.-tin otiirnoH to the U, B-i
service as Minister to Greej
Blowing Up a Spitsbergen Coal Mine
Proud Moment for Morgenthau Iceland Greets U. S. Regulars
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Three generations of Morgenthaua are shown at the graduation exer
' cise of the Midshipmen Training School aboard the PrairU StaU at
New York. Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr (left)
beams as hia son, Robert, one of the newlyinmisaioned ensigns, is
congratulated by Heliry, r former ambassador to Turkey
C. T. CabUpkot
MaJ. Gen. H. 0. Curtis (right), commander-in-chief of the British
troops in Iceland, greets Maj. Gen. Charles H. BonesteeL commander
of a field force of the U. S. army, which arrived at Reykjavik with vast
supplies of equipment and materials. The Americana were reported
ready to make the former Danish island one of the most formidable
fortresses la the North,
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?.nKiL British raiders who recenUy landed on the Island of Spitzbergen north oi l"wc4
he blew up one of the coal mines there to prevent the fuel from falling into German hands- w.
w N great tt knocke, him off his feet Seven hundred inhabitants were
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