Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 8, 1943 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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MOP Z, ARKANSAS South Watfiu* ' : o» »*rtnd clou moHer ot the of HoM,.>flwnJd4,i under th« •-• . . Enterprise Ms'n. £*, "ft»k«»f»»* ««»* (Always Payable In I; j,' ,. A*W««>t Bv elty carrier, per week 1 Sc: K'vr' rlernpjfead, Nevada^ Howard, Miller and f**f IdfUvttte tourrtlei, $3.50 per year; elsa- ?.V*M «h«ti S&SO. ;•:.„ -:;..-., •-•. •••7 , -., : , M*iM«r af tM AMMWed rNrMi The A*M«Iaf«I Press i^ exclusively h tntltted.to ItM use for republicotloh of all news dls- ootirku credited to tt or not otherwise credited In this paper and also.the local ntws published hcrtln. • . ' «*>r«»eht«tr»e— trkMMi Dalltts, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., tteffcK BulMina; Chicago, 400 North Mich* Iflon Avenue; New York Citv, 292 Madison ?v«.r Detroit. Mich., 2841 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 4t4 Terminal IBdg.; New Orleans, 722 Union .St.* tf M|l|if|§»iil|| frif Story of tfi* COMMANDOS *> •& Book* •"Ha-ha-ha! You just thought of something funny!" The Catholic population of the Ui S., Alaska, and the Hawaiian Islands numbers 23,000,000. SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith it & -<* r^ I r •*•£' U«&. ^ °*"•/•' t-/ COM. 19*3 BY NCA SERVICE. IMC. T. M. REG. U. 8, PAT. Off.. »a»» O In the evening the sUb'marine left port. • ' I^VIDWHIMK rvt-nicnt in October, 1942, Lieut. Gen. Mark W. way,.the doom of'Rommel and his Afrika Korns was Clark, Brig. Gen. L: L. Lcmnitzer, Col. A. L. Ham- sealed. Clark had orders to get in touch, in French North and'Col. C. C. Holmes, all«f the United States Army, Africa, with French officers and civilians who were dc- bleti and Col and Capt. Jeraiild Wright, of the U; S. Navy, were put aboard a British submarine. Three Commando officers, Capt. C. B. Courtney, Libnt. R. P. Livingstone and'Lieut. J. P. F'oote, went along. Shortly after the party boarded it the sub put out to sea. The mission on which these men Went was at that time of the greatest secrecy and .of the utmost importance to the Allied cause. The world now knows''that'from the moment the submarine got under voted to the cause of -the Allies.'Information vital to a mass invasion of North Africa, a,Commando effort on a far-greater scale than ever had been tried before, would be given the Americans. It, was 10 in the evening when the sub left port. She continued on the surface all next day at a speed of twelve knots. This risk of discovery was taken because the ele- ment.of time was of the utmost importance. The men had "It's your baby," said Clark. a long way to go and not much time to get there. Clark tohl Courtney, ranking Commando on the trip, something of the problems facing them. He said that certain persons In North Africa desired high-ranking American officers to go tlterc in secret, so that plans for an invasion might he worked out. After warning the ruddy-faced young Commando that lienvas not at all certain how tiic visit was going to go or what the results would be, Clark _ • I t. _ - 1*1 1 « »»»• !«»!•• !« frKn /"*r»rtt*-rtft Mr1r\*C' 111 flMC A bright light burned ing and we'll do exactly what you say." During the voyage they played hriilgc nml« game callw; | "Cameroon," wliich young \Vrigi\.t taiigiit the Ynnks and; ' in which he had an amazing run of luclc. Shore was reached! at 9 in the night, at n point where a hright light \yas burn-j ing. The Americans, carrying their uniforms in haver-J.. sacks, were wearing a strange collection of civilian clotWv ing. Then the hoat in which Courtney and Hamblen were f I" LU tllJ Ul >» II ill. IMV. i. woutti? »»viiiM«rf*-tw — ••- " O~ _ . i* I 1 1 1 ll 1 leave entirely in the Commando's hands paddling struck the fore plane of the sub and dumpedj in<» was to be made. "It's your baby," the them into the sea. (Tomorrow: The general hidesin» ' said he would how the landing was to be made. "It's your baby American told him. "You're the people making the land H6M ; STAR, HOP £, ARK A N S A S Some Chicken ..fv f -s^SSS Here's Why Our Advonca in Italy Is Slow lii cellar.) Drawing copyright. 1013. bp Kin* Pmtiirm Syndicate. Inc. Text copyright, 1943, by H. M. Stationery Office; Distributed by Kin e Feature. Syn.llc.vte In conjunction with the MtcmllUn Co. snd the Book-of-the-Month Club, Inc. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger OUR BOARDIOUSE ,with Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams^ -"No, you^cari't'Avear your Army pack to the store—I've r got-eggs on the grocery list, and last time you squashed • • ; 4i ^six Avrestling with Japs!" MAFGMN LONRSTU GMNSRAC r _ ^c. '-^S % 'H£BStAr-•/ i^eeesSe :W\7 •. • ^ "±', : 2-;~::&{r'<Mn'nn BY'NIA SESvictjNC/fTM' •ia-s to. u. s. PAf'd "He sees boiler when \ve !)0p him on the howl with a pop bollle now siiul llien—he's an in.'M?.'. 1 ^.'.". ' A Bundle for Moscow By Leslie Turner <WY T6LEPHOTO EQUIPMENT IS. HIDDEN, 8RUNNEB. FIRST, WE'LL HAVE TO | SfCSET RADIO. NEXT WE'U FIND THA, MAZl MACHINE: TOOL w ORK*.p ' <*i THE LAST OPPER IS HARPER THAW THE FIRST,CAPTAitJ EASY! I'VE TRIED TO LOCATE THAT PLAMT, BUT THE AREA IS WEIL 6UARDED "OULV A HA1V OWE... 'J WHAT IN BLA2ES ACH! THE RUSSIANS WILL HELP 6ET THE TELEPHOTO MACHINE/- • FROM ITS HIDIM& *r~f THE PLACE. 1 f-^rrwA RUSSIANS F/' ^-•^N fe=^)) m&l |»-3j L.COPR."l94il"BV NEA S6RV Red Rider On the Trail By Fred Harmon WS 15 AXLE ALL, RIGHT,BUT THOSE "'ON-XOURT "" COME OUTA ^l$ CAN/ . ('•* 'ME NOT T£LL-U^. IE, RED RTDER-' ^ W l«-S <! X* ^ ''ANJD ME NEVEV USE AXLE CREASE AGAIN EVIL SPIRITS iro CANS/ THE NEXT DM ,. A TRANGER ARRIVES NP HEADS TOWARD [HE SHERIFFS OFFICE' 1Y\ RWU, U.S. mRSHAL/T/OiOLY THAT IT > WHAT DO YOU KNOVO >/( WAS PA55ED ABOUT THAT Tx^EMTI W BY LITTLE .DOLLAR COUNTERfEljJl &EAVER.—MD BILL, i -•- ' \ FRIE.ND OF SHERIFF/ S ^ Sf 2-& ^^^ T.M.«tQ.U.$.PAT.< A SHVICt, INC. T. M. ItG. U. S. >*T. OrF. _ toots end Her Buddies So True By Edpar Martin 1 5. -^KOOOAT XOO OK(\X W ^rtt ^^ w s 0V */f^-° Faux Pas! fly Chic *OH.SOOOMESS I CAKIt ANSWER .Tyg'PNpNe • & «"S*#sSgas** J*i*a»?"- K-ggSiiigSSii, I'LL JUST SAV < VOU'RE / TAKIM6 S A9ATH/ <{. rf*'|^~- (\\ NO,PQN'TSAY I'M TAKINS A ' , BATH THAT . POESN'T SOUNP NICE "V JL t tC«* FMtuftt !;ndiut* IK. Vcr|d dghti « ^WE CAN'T ^ll|i ANSWER THE ^ 'PMOME. NOW 7 .- BUT IT'S ^ NOT BECAUSE < SUE'S TAKING A BATH ^ ,> Efei WE- UtAR-D "THE: M16S>L)?5 WAv/EO |4ER MA6IC MOP X \NO SOUR. " DUMP "4 A B»& BUTTHR ,. .- AKSOE.&6 \^D A\ftM •*— AUl v/OL) GOT TELL TV\EN\ I M.^D^ $6 Or^TME DE^LJ /^ ^ ' j?*" 'IS?/ ^Q 0 0* is. ^vU' iv>. HOW TH' HECK _,, VOU LEARM TO RIDE. A BIKE THA.T WAV WHEM YOU CAM'T SEE WHERE VOU'RE <3OIW OR. AMVTHIMG ? ' IT'S BETTER THAT I DOW'T SEE AMVTHIMG.' i HAVE BETTER. LUCK NAISSIM' •EM/ More nnd more our armies are landing our fighting troops by para- r "hute, disrupting enemy lines, enemy communications, but paying a heavy price in casualties. . .Silken fineries and their stibsti- •tiUes. are fnst passing from.the market to provide safe landings for our f' ! jstfint fighting, men. We can still 'utfy silic nnd nylon for them with •Wiir Bonds and Slamps. • ' U- S. Treasury Def-arlmenl Out for a stroll with her promenading pot, Roma Lee Smith, 4, of Owosso, Mich., proves she has an unusual chicken chum. Smiles Again GAS WARFARE OF WpRLD , WAR I Go; casualties IiB^T^ X =»'.^ *H' i-m 4fy& W/>. ii«^ •'/f!.y i&te &•'" /"..VT..-VW jn .W M//M, 'BLIMP RMTH Deaths i from gas 270,000 72^006" I44Q V*rv 7**j*^s ^^ ?it Up n nnrrow mountain trail that Ica'dsho the front lines In Italy goes a column of U S troop* with a up the' ^7™ ^Vm^r^^ (Photo by Bert Brandi, NBA-Acme photographer-Mr U. S. war picture pool.) lerram ' Service Symbol. Only two out of every 100 U. S. soldiers injured by gas died as result in World War I, accord- S to statisticians of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Military experts believe absence of poison gas warfare in World ;War II is due to Axis' fear of • _ . retaliation. &, Abandoned in a ditch at Mobile, Ala., this baby girl happily beams her approval of name "Rosemary" selected by Sisters of Charity curing for her. Badge of honor for veterans of World War II, the Army's new lapel service button is now given without charge to officers and enlisted personnel of the Army and WAG who have been honorably discharged or placed on reserve status since Sept 9 ' 1039. '' Drink for Jap Kitty •ft A Born Detective By Walt DisneJ: ;, cD o: CD ' BO^'S! 8f?EAD ; ,ppEE/ /^NdTHANKS, A ^ MOT MUMGRV") —*-*-v ,/-M.i ^"j^f . $ •;>:S?fv:'! ^*s? One-Mnn. Arsenal tm l-A'-fXJ-A. m M HI whiiol h I'i'.e '••'""" >!«*••"'.'"' (Marine Corps Photo From NEA) m sr Popeye "Big Brew!" Thimble Theater ,_/ERMlWD, PC . EVEN F VOU CAM'T 6ET > WRE^EADUST, CURE SUJEE'PEA- 1 ST^ ES, I'LL GiO •— BRELO SOME HERBS T ';;, SE2 SHE . ^ (JJILL8REUJ O OMEHERBSj -*" TO CUR;; SUJEE'PL. BuTlT-aOUNDS^ UKE SHE'S, 0UIUDIN ..A^<y^f> gMffi,| LATER rtBoLf 12-8 BE REAP^ '$$ L^s ^ •^ t>**5ii • -• • • • - 1 •• • v •-'•..'..':-..• . .• ,.:r ...... ,.- . -• : - _ .-:,.;. :••':. . _ ,.- .• • . .• . • ..... .:.•.•:: (.j •.•"••:• ried In a cluster of bombs, machine guns, Garands, automatic rifles, bullet belts and tommy t. Rpsario Cannoni <u Randolph Field, Tex., gives you an idea of the'type of weapons £S, ha3 on hand to fight back and avenge the Pearl Harbor defeat oJ two years ago. ^inpoint Islands Where America has FoughtAxis rcrs^r Copi 191), King Minim SyniliHlr Inc. «'i«ld ughli ittnvcd Alley Oop It Makes Him Dizzy By V, T. Homlin 5O IT STAMPS TO REASON IT'S 6OT _ ^— -> TO BE BURIED WITH TH' OL' BOY . "rrf rtrrrif/ BV SOLLV THIS ISA -v OTHERWISE HOW CCULD I HAVE \ •—•----""—"'SITUATION THAT CALLS \FOUND IT IN HIS TOMB SOME J FOR SOME FIGGEPIN 1 .' \HUNDREPS OF YEARS LCTEK? / IT'S CLEAR IN MV MIND/ r SWORD |S TH 1 PROPERTY OF iEN&HIS KHANf 12-B W~^ 3Y &ADFBY, I BETCHA , NOBODY IN THIS WORLD EVER GOT INTO &UCH A TAN&LED-UP, IMPOSSIBLE MESS,' i-^^l , . „ ' THERE'S NOTHIN 1 LEFT FOB CHUCKS! I'M ^-y ME TO DO BUT GET BA£K ' WASHIN' MV HNJDSX INTO TH' TWENTIETH OF THIS WHOLE V CENTURY.' DIZZY BUSINESS 'FORE I COME DOWN WITH , , _. / , , . BRAINJ FEVER! ) I TT Y \ \S. •; _*—• / "^v.^ E /T > «Ar^n± $®l J I itt '-•3o .U-nT! . :OPH. IM3 UV hEA SERVICE. t^KtS . T. M. «cc. u, s.rn wr*~J Freckles and Hi* Friend* And How! Bv Merrill OFFEREP HER A SANDWICH SHE'D THATS AM IDEA/ • Jff' m ^^i y ^AY MOThlEf?. MADE THESE BEFORE I LEFTHOAAE/ WOULD YOU LIKE "ID o SHARE THEM WITH US?. JHAT ARE 0 >THEY? •P' ^ I...I GUESS I GOT THE? WROMG ^^^vv, ^ tW'ff//, ,^.w/y l^^vS vsf "A & ^''HortiWMfclttc^, ^^TT^^Artu Village ?«Wv ^K \ %: •4, Miles 151 ! Miles ! 0 50 'i; ! ''Y 1 : ||| ii'i Dimensions: i no^OQ mi.J SICILY jJiii.J f, I* 1 " "'i .if ,fl't ! I. .^HijiMsi' * ! 1 ! "W? 'i, ,07, ' -V ' sST^NP / 7^f,i* '.••.^•••aaBr^'^a BONDS OVER AMCKICA * * As America's wheat fields moved westward William D. Hoard, editor of a weekly newspaper, entreated Wisconsin fartaers into making their state into Americans Dairyland. After he died in 1916 a memorial was- built Wisconsin University. '-Nation's Dairyland v Keep On ,._ Backing Ik* Attack With War Bon«U Holland, Denmark, France once were the dairying countries of Europe. Their herds are but a memory, stolen for the maintenance of the men who have wrecked Europe, Wifh the Marines dn Bfttigainville's Beeehe§ Marine Raider [the North Pacific, frigid Attu Island at the.westernmost end of the Aleutians was the scene of a fetly U. S. attack when it was wrested from the Japs in May, 1943. Later nearby Kiska fell with- t resistance. In the Central Pacific our forces also suffered heavy casualties in the taking of Abe- ma, Tarawa and Makin in the Gilbert Islands in November, 1943. Many more such islands lie on • road toJTokyo._ In the _Mediterranean,_the island of Sicily was the scene of a 38-day campaign. 25 Miles 0 10 <^ -• ' ' N* •i0 Jte. >>){inuo "i? "!•/ 60 I \Mymb ,' ««(>« , Capo (i/lH-l ' Kphllf MP i' i fi," i i VH SHORTI-ANp) ,'fe4^:& !^ Invades Gilberts vof America's war has been fought on islands—from tiny atolls in the South Pacific to king-sized h $ M*"**"? 1 *-? 0 - Tbe US was attacked at Pearl Harbor, on Oahu Island; later lost land, Wake Island and the Philippine Islands., American forces went on the offensive in Augusti With tiie invasion of the Solomon Islands, where Guadalcanal, New Georgia and Bougainville were the mam battle arenas. Death came close to Lieut.rCo). James RooseveM on Makin Island when a regimental Ponir rnandei standing only three feet from him was Hilled by Jap bullets. The President's son is pictured in camouflage hat just before the (Jlilben Islands raid.. Commanding U. S. Navy operations in the Central Pacific, where Americans have invaded the Gilbert Islands, is Vice- Aoml. Raymoud A. Spruance. !Sp Here's how hop out of waits. " >: . ' ' (U- S: Navy Photos From NEA)it feels to go surging through the shallow waters off shore, of an invasion island'and then' Th*» n -"J B DD T S al ?T d ^ ade thro MSh the surf toward the beach where an unseen enemy. These pictures show U. S. Marines eoina ashore during the attack on Bougainville; '5. • ':,)' ' ...•'.--., . .-; '.'• ' "''•'' -••-•• • .' • . '; •". -,. ;••_,^en and Mules in the Mountains of Italy m T—~""~*^-- T: ^^-«"»J»^- < 3w«w»»»?^*«W«»YWS^S^^ GENERAL KENNEY-His Bombers Raid Rabaul M Guadalcanal, and "entire ..„ battle in Bismq'rck - of Rabaul, main Jap basein Solpmons. m Aug. 1942: Made chief of Allied air forces, Southwest Pacific, directly under MacArthyr. "^/HAT the Allied air forces have done at Guadalcanal, at Buna, at Lae, at Rabaul everywhere in the Southwest Pacific is traceable to plans laid by kindly-eyed, bristle-haired Lieut.- oen. George C. Kenney, General MacArthur's air arm. Now 54, the five-foot, six-inch Nova Scotia- Oorn general worked up from buck private in the years since 1917 He's intensely practical, believes in hitting the foe hard in one place, tells his men in a warm, rumbling voice, "Deception is the trick Mystify, cross the enemy up. Above all, don't get >n a groove." Keimvy favors medium bombers and skip bombing over torpedo planes and dive bombers. The Bismarck Sea battle m wfich W? flyers destroyed an entire Jap fleet with' skip bombing tactics makes him look right, at least for his particular problems. Kenney's offices are part of MacArthur's GHQ. They pop uTon on* another unannounced. He's a technical man as well as an airman; besides the Air Service' Engineering School, Kenney studied at M. J. T His mathematical background lends sincerity to his remark: "The difficult we do unmediately; UiS impossible take? a little longer." ""." *«••«

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