Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 17, 1942 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 17, 1942
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:• f i* i *$ vpM ' <?J V* i 1"JKriV-iV HOPE STAR, HdM, AftkANSA* °Gapitol Dome Gets War Paint o Dull gray war paint clonks brilliance of $11,000 worth of gold lenf on dome of Massachusetts state house in Boston so it won't be a shiniiii? nir raid tart'et. Air Chief in India ews as Told er Fire '' === Pict PAGE FIVE pwrh+f,** in netures TOWN ... BUT IT ISN'T CIRCUS DAY i .sr. &' job on the Japs attacking Java? C ' have been doin S a VICHY'S NAVY Britain's new air rorce chier Tor threatened India is Air Marshal Sir Richard Pfeirse, rormer head of the RAF bomber command. fwarnt Nuthin! 14 CRUISERS BEARN AIRCRAFT CARRIER TRASBOURG Fir for battle) At .Toulon AIRCRAFT CARRIERS CRUISERS DESTROYERS SUBMARINES of the Vichy fleet would put the axis on a naval par with U. S. and Britain. Lee Thomas,-2i/ 2 , says the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor didn't scare him. He's back in P. S. to live with his grandparents in Washington, D. C., for the duration. w Fur for Farmers SpVl6T RUSSIA Atlantic Ocean i Aid routes in Indian Ocean threat cncd by Japs i Wide Victory Car for U. S. Civilians? This crossbreed Jamb at Beltsville, Md., research center, is result of Department of Agriculture efforts to create a high gkuality fur-bearing animal for U. S. farmers to raise for pelts. It has the black lustrous fur of its Karakul father and white ladings of its Navajo mother. ' * Look, Uo 5 o-c,oc,< in ,,,0 moming ,,, c day , covicd U..L Heads New Army Specialist Corps Hot Flashes for Herr Hitler This cross between a jeep and a station C U pt. Richard c! FUch V L OS Angeles as a civilian passenger auto for the duration sperimental model of a "Victory Car" to sell some steel and rebuilt motors. Dwight P. Davis. President Coolidge's secretary of war, heads the new specialist corps' organized to marshal outstanding scientific, technical, labor and business skills for the Army. (VAanda lay Road Under Jap Fire Where RAF Opens Spring Air Offensive Scolt o( Milc« JL . ' 50 MN0AUY ^=* MYITTHA^ THEDAWf MEIKTILA* v PYAWBWES - YEMETHINJ BURMA •MAW • PAWELA " WANYIN JOU NGOO tPAZ AUNG OKTWIN Germans expanding, developing industries in these areas, less vulnerable to RAF raids Baltic Sea jr^Lt,-^*^ 't'-iY, :J. aHmfi^L^f. | m, f ' fa Lcipxig ( GEf PARIS* ' OCCUPIED VJCHY» FRANCE Dresden . |RUHR ^Naixy'"* ESSEN Dortmund ^ .M River, MIUNIC) ITALY [Krefeldl -%<>, ""leim Hagen •Barmen 'DUESSELDORF Miles • Monhcim Iserlohn Along the Rangoon-Mandalay railroad and in, the Burma- Thailand border regions Jap troops are fanning out in attacks on allied forces. fensive other i centers shown on map. in the weste]$fl| spring air ol*"'** Woodman Spare That Limb' 'Somewhere in the Pacific h McV ? u V^??' ? uts new o^-P'ece emergency splint on n ^ n ? ov 'es Alexis Smith. Splint is a fine invention, but would be better without it-or without McWUliams for that matter.

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