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DAt, JUNE 4, 1912
THE WAYNESVTLLE MOUNTAINEER
Sign Panama Bases Agreement Awarded Red Cross Service Bar Awatded Cros When Quezon Visited McArthur
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f Mama, is shown signing the agreement by which the Republic of
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,ii of the surpical department of
Soviet Neurological Clinic, Dr.
Vifunniflr hint RiirrpAded in
Lplanting nerves from the dead
the woundea Kea Army men. n-o
cnif nnprfttion. many
itOU'll Vfc wi' . ..
In tonsidercd hopelessly incapaci-
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front as good as new.
Led U. S. Bombers
Mrs. Yetta Weisbrod celebrates her
107th birthday by blowing out can
dles on her birthday cake at the
Home of the Daughters of Jacob in
the Bronx, New York. The party
was attended by her 6 children, 14
grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren.
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wnicn attacked Japa-
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j'M damaged in the air attack.
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Bort L. Richards, 25, of Dallas, Tex,
who haa been seven years In tha
TJ. S. Army, haa reached the point
where he can go no higher in non
commissioned rank. He is a warrant
officer stationed with the Caribbean
Defense Command in the Panama
Canal Zone. Richards has been sec
retary to five generals.
Led Battle Fleet Cited for Keror-n
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tra, r,World War won th- m.-S
.der PPointed as eom-
"ni tnL ouUwert Pacific
" forces only rtewitly.
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Uent Lester O. Wood f Annapo
lis. Md, was cited by the Naryfor
heroism and seamanship dnrir
Japanese raid on Port Darwin.
AusSalia. Lieut Wood tared tW
tog aircraft tender by misterly sea
unship, nsing gs tfjee dfro
destroyed aircraft to fight o V
Mrs. August Belmont (right) of the Natioaal Red Crosa Committee is
pinning the Service Pin for "more than 20 years continuous service" on
Mrs. William Kinnicutt Draper, vice-chairman of the New York
Chapter, in New York City. Mrs. Draper has been active in Red Cross
work since 1898. Bar-pins for more five, ten, fifteen and twenty yeara
service have been issued. (Central Press)
Caesarian Birth at Bronx Zoo
Official U. S. Navy Photo
Ensign Willi im Tepuni, 26,
(above) from San Francisco, has
been awarded the Distinguished
Flying Cross for bombing an Axis
sub. The U-boat was forced to
come to the surface.
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Nestled in its mother's paws Is one of the two baby coyotes born" at thl"
Bronx Zoo's animal hospital in New York City. A cacsarian operation
performed by Leonard J. Goss saved the lives of the mother, still wear
ing bandages, and the n(T.riring. The spring birth rate at the too this
year is high and dirr-'. -; n nlpased since the exigencies of war made
it i' -i to obtain new animals.
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II. 8. Army Slcnal Corp Phoncphoto
President Manuel Quezon (left) of the Philippines is shown chatting
with Gen. Douglas MacArthur in the latter's headquarters during the
buttle of Lur.on. Both men are now in Australia. This is one of the
lirst photos to reach the United States from the Philippines since the
Japs attacked the Islands. This is a phonephoto.
Greets Aussie Flier
The Rev. Raymond S. Hall of Lynn,
Mass., has the distinction of being
Uncle Sam's only parachute-jumping
chaplain. He made his first
chute jump from a paratroop trans
port plane at Fort Benning, Ga. He
is a former rector of St. John's
Episcopal Church at Lowell, Mass.
Tops in Field , .
Rescued the Colonel's Daughter Vet, 73, Joins Up
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Decorating Sergt. Dean Bredencamp (left) and Pvt. John Bilinski for
bravery in the Panama Canal Zone ia Maj. Gen. Davenport Johnson.
Recently the two men swam for more than thirtx minutes in the Sharif
infested waters rff Panr-.rm to rescue Katherine Ga.nes, 11, daughter or
Lt Col E.P.Ga-" T,-e child was being ewept to sea in a flimsy kayak.'
Jap Prisoners Eating on Bataan
Director of the bureau of the mint,
Mrs. Nellie Tayloo Ross cuts a
birthday cake at an informal party
in the treasury department The
party was in celebration of the
founding of the bureau of the mint
150 years ago.
Mrs. Douglas MacArthur, wife ot
the supreme commander of the Al
lied forces in the southwest Pacific,
shakes hands with Australian flier
L. A. C. Burgess, at the Sunshinn
Club in Melbourne, where she wit
nessed an entertainment given for
members of the armed forces.
Mass Production Pioneers Meet
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Saluting with all the vigor of a
Youngster, 73-year-old Edward Con
ey of Lee, N. H. is pictured after
Joining the navy once again. The
veteran sailor, who retired in 1930,
had already served for 83 years. He
returned to duty as a first class engineer.
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Gienn L. Martin (right), pioneer plane manufacturer meets his host,
Henry Ford (left), auto pioneer who is now a bomber manufacturer.
The meeting of these mass production men took place at the famous
Ford Willow Plant in Detroit, Mich. Albert Kahn (center) is the
architect who designed both the Willow Run and Martin factories.
Tokyo During Its First 'Air Raid'
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In spite of the food shortage that existed on BaUar . before it feU to
j.n forces, these Nipponese prisoners received a good sha,re ol the U. a.
a'Sethe pture4P.oldiers sit cro4egged wjJ
iooo sujf u ey. ta MtiTt Japan. (Central Pros)
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This air view of Tokyo shows the city after the Japs dropped "bombs" in a test air raid drffl. Awrdin
to the Japanese radio, this scene was repeated in reality, aa enemy bombera atUcked ""J.1
firit time in the current war, Inflicting telling damage. (Cirtrai frwi
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