Clipped From The High Point Enterprise
Tuesday, Decpriiber 9. 1941 TH! HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE PICDMONT CENTER or INDUSTRY HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA PACE FIYE Last Minute World Developments As Seen By The Corner • ^.^,^^^^^^^0^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^,^.^__^__—.^_^_ - ^H l^v FIRST PHOTOS: U. S. Marines Stand By >4t Navy': New Defense Outpost In >4/as/c< 'THE DAMNDEST BUNCH OF LIES' — Secretary of State Cordull Hull leaves the White House after conferring \vith President Roosevelt regarding the Japanese attack on U. S. territory. He was described as having told Japanese Ambassador Ambassador Nomura and Special Envoy' Kurusu that Japan's answer answer to the United States was the "damnest bunch of lies" he'had ever heard. As the news of Japan's attack on Hawaii and Manila flashed" over the wires the above was released by U. S. Marine Corps. If shows leathernecks on maneuver snow-covered slopes at Navy's new defense outpost at Kodiak, Alaska. t new phot? s on th«| JAPANESE DESIGN FOR DESTRUCTION — Unit of Japanese naval bombers wings over Pacific on way to attack Chinese towns. Planes like these bombed' Hawaii, Manila and Guam Sunday to start war with United States. Come what may the U. S. Marines are-ready. Wherever there are leathernecks, you'll find a rifle range as the crack "navy's army" keeps in complete readiness. This marine rifle rang* is at Navy outpofct at Kodiak, Alaska, from which leathernecks keep their. sights trained" west. : v.^-* "£• •'•.Vy-i-' • " 4 tW; ?.rs^s "FATHER AND SON" — A mutual interest creates not only pleasant home scenes, but excellent camera studies of facial facial expressions, such as Popular Photography magazine's "Picture of the Month" for January, by C. S. Cooley of Mt. Healthy, O. He used a AA Graflex with Bausch and Lomb f 4.5 Tessar lens, illuminating the scene with one No. 2 and two No. 1 PhotofJoods." Exposure was by meter on Agra Superpan Supreme film.