Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 29, 1942 · Page 5
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Thursday, January 29, 1942 HOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS PAGE FIVl, . t T i - tent- A t The World's News as Told in Pictures BOMBS FROM BRITAIN: AXIS SHIPS BLASTED IN TRIPOLI 'ALLIGATORS' PRACTICE PUTTING THE BITE ON JAPANESE u Dumping tons or bombs on Die axis supply-yilnl port of Tripoli in wcslern Libyn, Ijic British tried to liall reinl'orce- mont of Rommel's North African forces now on Hie oll'ensivc. This picture shows the RAF did a good job, bill Hie success or failure of Hoinrncl's operations will tell the final story. The U. S M.ume Coips' new amphibian armored Uaclors.called "alligators" by the leathernecks, maneuver on the west coast. Background detail in picture has been removed by censor. LAST HUNDRED MILES TO SINGAPORE Succeeds Gandhi French, Vintage 1921 Step Lively, Lieutenant-Genera I Jawaharlal Nehru is the new leader of the All-India Congress Purly< "*'! retirinfi MIchele Morgan, from France, seems to like it over here. Michele, 21, is pictured in New York for premiere of her first American film. Mahatma Gandhi. Commands Jap Picture This! 'Army in Luzon «. Bambino III? On the double-quick, Bill Khudsen, soon to be Lieut.-Gen. William S. Knudsen, is pictured arriving nt the White House. Knudsen's new job: production chief for the War Department. World's Champion Jap Haters OHORE ingapore's! big'guns command this o rea MALAY TATES SINGAPORE SUMATR/N The euns of wai sounded close to Singapore as Japanese invaders of Malaya clashed with British fenders in this area immediately -north of the island base. Aussies' Target 01 CAROLINE/ ISLANDS 4 ~l (Japanese/Mandate) Kapinga Your Farm Can Help A pair of former political party Gen. Masaharu Homma com- national chairmen talk over old mands the 300,000 troops, an rivalries and new unity at a din- ""Babe"Ruth "was "takeni to a New entire army contingent, reported ner in Philadelphia. They are y or | t hospital, but his condition battling the outnumbered forces James A. Parley, Democrat, and wasn't revealed. His family said First Jap soil raided by united of Gen. Douglas Mac-Arthur in John Hamilton, .Republican. it was just a "routine checkup." nations was Kapingamarangi, the Batunn sector of Luzon ' secondary base in Caroline island in the Philippines. Hawaii Fighters on Busman's Holiday No Good Today O This tough visaged group of Koreans, known as the world's champion Jap haters, would like nothing better than to line up some Nippies in their gun sights. They are some of 100 Koreans drilling under supervision of California state guard at Los Angeles. II anyone shows you a badge like this, call the nearest police station. It's the old type military intelligence badge used in the World War and is no longer authorized. The War Department wants everyone to keep an eye peeled tor this black- enaiael-on-silver emblem. Britain's New Envoy to Russia The machine gun barks rut-a-tat, an enemy bomber plunges to its death, and American armed forces chalk up another victory—all for live cents. It's Sergt. Ed Longevich of Pittsburgh and Seaman Edward Pendergast of Lyman, Mass., on a busman's holiday at Honolulu anvuaement center, keeping in trim with nickel-in-the-slot machine guns. A farm "grgund crew" waves a comradely salute to America'? ajj: forces while loading a truck with the kind of food that will help "keeji 'cm Hying." The picture is from a popular U. S. Department of Agriculture poster entitled "Your Farm Can Help" Uid it'b true tha| lar «» >» l * l « United States «.an make a \aluable conlnbutioa t(j < A u i u ™ i K- ., . formed Br?Usl? d amb?ssador OV t e c; ** «•«•«! victory program by producing more nulk. egg,, pork, SIS? bu been n±ed fo sue- rfrtrtl* Wl the Department. A record production of the Se f. cc-ed Sir Stafford Cripps, retiring u needed to feed soldiers and sailors, keep families properly nourish^ ambassador to Russia. jt home, aud five etrenjfth to Allies overseas

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