Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 22, 1937 · Page 5
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.-Q.ctp.be)' 22. 1987 NEA's Do You Want to Live Forever?' HOPE STAR, flOttfi, ARKANSAS meramen Brandt Gets an Air Raid That Almost 'Got* Him Bullets whine and cold steel , ..eat,, „„„ Hot, Exploding Steel for Jap Raiders A Girl Dies Calmly Amid Wreckage — . — •..-•-.• --II.WVMKI -. Waiting lo got pictures of an air raid that f ,] mr , s , -Vol" ~h,m ' NBAs ace photographer, Rudolph Brandl crouches hovo" br^ide a stone p,];,r lhe closest protection he could find in a hun-v'when -ill bombs started dropping This picture was taken bv Jov I :lc k- bis companion Mi A photographer, who was crouched similarly beside another stone column. Chiiron Over the Styx? No A Cow Over the Wharigpoo he, wUh head •{•;•:• •;.-^-;V''' ••""^' • X-,;'v TT •, ,.jy.-;. . • VJn'v'T;*';' ; '-!,.,'i^t U ' S l "" 11 '"' <l Uns K' ; »>Khu;m station and reduced it >n lund-, ji. This Wreckage Was Their Home • t-JC '•' '•' *' " *- -' '* • Jafir ^\ " ' ' • ^^'^S^S^^^fef^^S k^^V ••—• /X*V*V$.' ^'^r^ L ' •,^-..'>^. '-.* -v^» '_. ^vi**: >*,i 1««?>SL,: 4H** :... -%<?V :'«~ VJ" ••-» rf.\*v-^7» v >'.>..j. "^ jM^K^M «t$~-*?r ~£--^^^^^«^M •SP?-- V^xr^^^'^v^^^ *&P-&'^$£ ?-.r ."-^wfef^.^ Homes arc bombed nnd relatives killed, but this Clrincse group saves its most precious possession, the family cow. Placed in the stern of a boat, the cow is ferried across the Wh.ingpoo river-from the war-torn Pootung nrea to the International Settlement side of Shanghai—under the unintentionally protective guns of the U. S. S. Augusta, Asiatic squadron flagship, in the "background. Snarling Chinese Dragon Subdued W^*'" \ * •> 3gl*\" Home and uarmth and happiness a few weeks a|,'o an of which two Chinese women and a child grub hopcle.- 4 a 1 II11II-••, \ ahiable the esca pe In Front This Group Ignores Raid Warnings While in front of the embassy all is peace, and qiiR-i -it you t-ould judge by appearances As a ma </f Idct, Umiud J'IVKS Coiresponcionl John Moms, uaisinc; hi-; hat) and olheis ot the group have i(fnoriMj a r-econd air raid _wannn«, trustiny. perhaps, in iho jiotency 01 the huye'American winch j;> iitietched on the lav. n lor all flyers lu see. " Guns blazing fiercely to fill the air with exploding steel, this Chinese anti-aircraft unit was photo?* t graphed in the very act of repulsins Japanese air raiders, whose bombs were aimed at the gun nest ^ Death Finds His Hiding Place Tliat same seareliinR cieatli found the hiding place of this Chinese peasant. Frantically taking sheit under a train in the yards during the .Japanese air raid on Soot-how, he was killfd with"scores^ others when the station was bombed mercilessly Even the Dead Know No Peace Jn (his Rravo-littered N.ir.kinn t'u-ld, t\vo bury a bomb victim. One looks up ..mi .- Tli.se ihree starving pigs, grunting, .. over a body they have- rooted up a few feet Death to Traitors of the Chinese Cause Life stirred again in a long-dormant Chinese dragon—the Great Wall—when ant-like columns of troops inched along its back toward Nanko%v P " stand was futile, the barrier MU-

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