Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 10, 1942 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 10, 1942
Page 5
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K6H SfAfe, , AkKANSAS o Th e World's News as Told m P « , ictu AMERICANS: ISN'T THIS A GREAT PICTURE? res (*t* 4 ^ Eastern Seaboard Ready for Air Raiders Jnei'nv md Ml r ' ho nl& :„ ?. Pl'ologruphic composU.on, it symbolizes the will of our fleet to hunt down (he bc'n^ VTi P ' Cll ! re sho<WS , Slir;ilCC vcssds ° r lllc Plu>ilic lk>t -'< cxeculuiH « swot-pin,, turn beneath NUM scoul planes. Nole how items ol plane equipment hove been whited out by Navy censor ON THE EAST COA^f— Anfi-aircrafi gun units, in this theater under an anti-aircraft artillery command, are ready" or HXIS Mir rniders-when and if they come. Here the crews of three guns of one of the anti-aircraft units run to' their stations m a practice alert," as they would if there were hostile aircraft overhead. Army censor passed this' picture, and whiled out possible identifying objects in background. -low MacArthur's Filipinos Made P. :aciy for Jap Attack The Shirt Off Her Back- Appendix Removal a;* — —~—™™»»»»fi..-.-rtiMJtwift^maaj^^K-^yv "^-r^-ffiTMriafriiiriTniiH^^ •T a frrrint7Tiyii|inH,Tm g "W™^ ft ^ii Training like thin primed Gen. Douglas MacArthur's Filipinos- for their gallant stand at'nin«i the Japs in the jungled mountains of Batann. Picture by U. S. Army Signal Corp. ju?\ |. P foro war b^c-in fchows infantry U'oops crossing a jungle stream in the Philippines wilh clothing and equipment "on Khcltpr-hnlf iTif)': Jap Drives Reveal Strategy of Attack on All of East —— PEFENS BONDS S-T-R-E-T-C-H Might bo cut at TOKYO To India: 4000 mi To Singapore: 3300 mi To Australia: 3500 mi point, Rangoon PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Pacific Ocean MARIANAS IS. GUAM lU!2£j-Thrcutcned by drive into Burma United Nations CAROLINE IS. —Allied planes, worships arrive at bases here to stop Japs' southward push Shaded portions of arrows show extent of Japanese drives longer it ships forced to go around Australia A < United Nations And that ain't all Mary Ellen Marsh of Manhasset, Lone Island is willing to give to Uncle Sam. Barely (tsk!) 2, a share in America was her birthday ure.seiit. Naming of Dancer to ILS. Office Stirs Up Congress •Getting in and out of a barrage balloon through a narrow rubbef ehute called an "appendix" requires plenty of dexterity. Cortf Donald Ingerson is shown emerging after inspecting interior of a blimp guarding the Pacific northwest. Photo passed by Army censor, Cold Light Charley Halbert, West Texas States six-foot 10-inch center makes J basketball look easy. ' Signalman aboard British cruiser on convoy duty tests his Ice- covered searchlight after a frigid night on tr j north Atlantic. Boats hound for Arctic Russian ports ice up continually in wintry Monday in Seattle: A Washington Wash Day Japanese attack arrows aiming southward and westward have as their apparent targets India Singa* j>pre, the Dutch East Indies and Australia. Map shows Jap drives and new United Nations defense Blonde Myris Cliiuu-.V, PhUujH'Iphiu JiielH dub dancer u ,,d prott-gv of Mi's. Roosevelt, whose appujntment to Office of Civilian Di-feuse stared congressional W i-;illi, j s seen at her desk in J*liihidelpbJu looking over OCD ' f

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