Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 6, 1943 · Page 5
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!*V ss ] a _ n i Attack, Recapture, Repair and Then Attack Some More HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE FIVE . ' *'.' ^ •I-"-'** : i A. v • •• •>.•• • • . •> x> •;* Northwest uf Staliligrad, Soviet sappers bridge a river. § * Fighting over forward, Soviet soldiers on the southern front arc chasing the Germans back to Rostov wilh the same tactics used by Nazis in their early blitzes of Poland and the low countries. When they come to a river where the bridge is destroyed or where there is no bridge, speedy . Soviet sappers build one of logs in double-quick t i m c. Shells bursting nearby don't faze Russian engineer troops who quickly put recaptured railroads back into running order. And endless streams of Red Army and Marine forces race up to the front to keep driving the enemy westward. On the southwestern front, Russian engineers repair a recaptured railroad. Soviet Marine commando unit double-times across a rocky beach on the Black Sea coast. CLOUDS AND CONVOY . ...... (Otftcial a. S. Nnuj/ Photo from A.-ross n sun s\vf|.l son .5:. ships of n I'mk-d Nnlions convoy cnn-y war nid lo tin allied L'.llle IVonl. HELICOPTER TAKES ON PASSENGER IN AIR A DAY WITH A WAAC IN! WASHINGTON 4 V* 3 >N 'A \ * '1 »N »' | 3 j i Avon.B. cluy-«r « WAAC n, uork ,„ Waslun.ton, I) C, ,s no, ,„, chHer,,,, 1,-om MM. S ond OIlKTi- HtilI, 1-mvler -els up arouii,I\, u ,„ . | K .s her umloim in ordcrh .inaimiMiicnt and du-ssos (iiu'cklv- that rriMSculmi- lour-...-hand IK- «i\n, K !( |,,l ( ,l tumble At lu-i post «,l dnh, she- assists ollu-crs NM!!, tin- Annv work, later shops ul u post i-xchunge, loi she- lm>s tnul c ooks ,„ he, ,,XMI apui t.m-nl. At closi- ol day she sisils a i cluircli lor a nioniciit ol li.mi|inlily amid Ihc uish ol \\.irlime Washin-jlon. Poster Girl Hot Air for Cold Noses •5 rt -S "Ji 1 (U. S. Army Air Forces Photo From NBA) Hcie's how they wnim up cold warplane motois in Alaska. Gasoline-fed heateis blow hot aii-J through pipes into canvas-covered engines to bring planes like this B-25 bomber up to Hying tem-f : peiatuie quickly. V You'll be seeing a lot of attractive Selene Mahri, 19-year-old Swedish model, for she's posing for a WAVES recruiting poster. Guardians of Our Shores Ahoy! This cradle roll admiral almost lost in his father's hat is the son of Cornelius Wannerdnm. champ pule vauller, now an ensign in the Navy. After the Bombers Had Gone Doggy Door Stop Army's two-place helicoptej hovers 30 feet A above the earth as a passenger comes aboard by way of a rope ladder lowered by the pilot. The craft,, developed and manufactured by the Sikorsky Aircraft division of United Aircraft Corporation, was flown' i from the factory at Stratford, Conn., to Wright Field,' Dayton. Ohio, a distance of 761 airline miles, in the : elapsed time- of 16 hours and 10 minutes, it was an• nounced by the- Army recently. t i ; Silhouetted against the Pacific at dusk, a mounted Const Guardsman and a foot patrolman with sentry dog meet while covering their posts somewhere on the coast of Washington State, Junior Jeep Solves Gas-Tire Problem Nazi-inspired terror is written in the faces of these natives in Casablanca ph'tured amid broken buildings after an air raid. The six- yeiir-olij boy, held by his mother, escaped unharmed after being covered 10 hours by debris. Ueuvy beams protected him. This dachshund door stop at the British Embassy j.s further evidence that these dogs, while of German origin, do not cast their lot with the Nazis. Midget model jeep "Squeekie," which Oakland iron works superin-* tendent William Mason built for his son's Christmas present last year, Ims been reclaimed by the family to combat rationing troubles.' Two-cylinder motor gets 35 miles to the gallon; small sue "implement tires" ore unrutioned.

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