jflURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912 (One Day Nearer Victory) THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER Page 13 Ca mera Eue View Of W or id E ven ts Camouflaged Snipers Light Up Marines Answer the Dinner Bell on Guadalcanal Gets First Synthetic Retread Tire ttPW- A J k W 1,K Ju,tr fa Jm 7 , sVftfl wear w After i strenuous workout during maneuvers, these U. S. troops we lug green camounage suits ana nets on their helmets, stop to light ciga Kttes. The men staged a camouflage demonstration for officers partici fiitin? in the Second Armv middle TnnMM mon U. S. Army Signal Corps photo. Mac Arthur Has Tea With Troops SJ if&frt'Sx Cn Douglas 'MacArthur, commander in chief of the United Nations forces in the South Pacific, is Bhown having a cup of tea at a camp somoi.ere in New Guinea. The general recently made an inspection of troops and supply lines in the area where the Aussies chased tha Japs back over the Owen Stanly Mountains and captured their Kokoda base. (Central frrss) He Leaves Hosoital Leads Invasion V Ss5- nth' Hissing his mother as he leaves a Mvy hospital in San Francisco is Eugene 0. Moore, the young oinne who survived a vicious at tak by 65 Japs in the Solomons. ey pulled him out of his disabled to, banged him against it, beat jad kicked him and left him for Mi His companions killed most f the Japs later. (Central Prest) Li . . 3& ; iVV I , -i i -Miwmi "M' in""" It was officially announced by the War Department that Lieut. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower has been named commander in chief of the combined American and British forces invading French North Al rica. Eisenhower rose in one year from Lieut. Col. to Lieut. General. Canal Zone's First Volunteer illl -1 V)j kf' Jm recruit to enlist after the Army opene d ltt.WJ gg ft. draf Exempt Panama Canal Zone i. E"?h, tt S. Army by g Brooklyn, N. Y. He i. ihown being .worn into tfSy wt Sydney 0. Fi.hman at Quarry He'KhA " beVn working as 2 Jw children of Jewish-Egyptian parents, bW0ffldal U. B uian employe of the U. S. Army to Pn- o2"" Signal Corp. photfc -S i 0 rl (I Between forays against the Jap. on Guadalcanal in the Solomons, U. S. marine, line up at a field kitchen for a hot meal. The navy reported that a Jap feeler thrust against the western flank of American positions guarding the vital airport on the Island had been repulsed. U. S. planes are still taking on from the field to bomb enemy troops and .upply concentration.. This i. an oa'.cial U. S. Marine Corp. photo. Shipwelders Working to Defeat the Axis . -.-r.'ML ,- 1 XH.-' i .ii.,.,... -mi Along with sailors and merchant marine seamen, shipyard repairmen are doing their best to keep Vm sailing. This unique photo was made in the Todd shipyards in Brooklyn, N. Y., as a crew of welders use acetylene torches to repair a giant vessel in one of the drydocks. The men are removing bent plates from the side of the ship. (Central I rest) Nazi Prisoners Captured by Allies in Egypt J&& TTSKTZ ik4 i a;; I1 I . tf-ve-'z, tfXJ1, i$W&fte&SslS' '''l 1 11 1 ' 1 11 T"- -i-ntM fcto.7W.t- A batch of German priaoner., captured by the Allied force. In their new Egyptian offensive, shown being . iarched to SeTe.r line, under the escort of Scottish guard. The pile of rock, in ?fl nri, mar... denoting an SSS& (SSS Tunis, Where U.S. Troops May Cross ' ' - ' , ' - . ' I ? , ' 1 ; i 1 1 - -iiii i 1 , , , fitfr-" ii Ml i.lil.i m-tfW'r- ' - li iiiti m This i. a view of Tuni.. capital of TunisU, the North African province that divide. French ' Algeria froni ItaUan Jbyl In tit iowground is the minaret of the Grand Hotqot. It wa. dwcloaed I that Pres.dent E,u Xt" the Bey of Tunisia requesting permission for the passage hi." untry "to enable them to accompli.h their mission-the el.nun.t.on of the force i of evil from North Airka." AlUei hkdroarter. announced that thero ha. been no attack on Tunisia. t Here', a scene that should delight motorist.. Stanley O. Mason, Jr. (left), defense plant craftsman, is shown receiving the first .ynthetia rubber retread to be issued to a civilian through rationing board chan nels. Walter Lochner, of the Trenton, N. J., rationing board, hand over the tire to Mason. (Central Pr). . New All -Purpose Ration Book Usnrta States or A!C A WAIt HATIOX HOOK TUO THIS BOOK Tttst .Mr Uxt Bo. .No. . U4 M $M'.Ymtft : lteMklhlWnlllU!lllinH. rW)MMiMlllltM' U.MM w , m mnm mfmu. mm I. w r w ' wi .: X M. nwm MM cimiwn w ' 7 t .y; V f tf..'. .. S AI.IIUM)(IWW.III irurat -mat 1 t tut tm m lMMiiniwut IM MM.. I ss1 'Sll w rr" rfsrw fr-l msj Fn? -H ir fkx fji g? nS i3 ks3 fii i 553 I This is the front cover of War Ration Book Two (top) .jI to handlo the rationing of any article as soon as a cnU-'nl s.'.ortiga appears. According to the Office of Prico Administration the printing of theso books will start immediately and will be in the hands of the public by the first of the year. The eight inside paes 0f the ration book contain coupons which bear both a number and n letter (bottom). Half the pages are colored red and half green. : (Central Prett) Beat 40 Nazi Planes Commander at Oran Lieut Stanley A. Komarek, 27, wa. bembardier of the Flying Fortresa Phyllis," which fought off forty Nazi Focke-Wulf flghters over France and returned safely ty ita base somewhere in Britain. Ko marek wa. a University of MlchU fan law atudent before Joining the , . Army Air Forcea. .1 . CCntroIfriJ t waa disclosed by the War De artment that Major Gen. Lloyd R. redendall, 69, of Cheyenne, Wyo., is commander of the American troop, that landed on Oran. He served In the World War as a staff assistant to Gen. John J. Pershing . in France. American soldier, took fhe Tafaroui airfield at Oran, add- , : ig another air base to the growing , American foothold In North Africa, i . (Central Prut) j The General Takes a Catnap MaJ. Gen. Ralph Royce curia up In the radio room lor a catnap aa hie Flying Fortreaa returns to ita base somewhere near Darwin, Australia, Be had just returned front a jungle baa Down Uader, where U. 8. filer, are living, flying and looking forward ta bombing the Japa. (Central PrJ

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