Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 14, 1943 · Page 2
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SUMwb HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS Hope Star SWr 6 Hop*. |$99; PrtM 1927, otto J Jonuory 18. 1929. Wt61W*d *v»ry week-day amrnoon Star Publishing Co. Inc. br . . (C E. Pdlffief and Atex. H. Wdsfiburh) « the Star bulWma. 212-214 South Wolnui mM, Hotxi Affc. _ .,_ . & t. PALMER. Pr«io«nt AtlX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter at the Postofffco at Hops, Arkansas, under the Act of MOfch 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press (N£A)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rote (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; HeWipsteod, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; else where $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use (or republicotion of all news dispatches credited to rt or nof otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. National Advertising Representative— Arkansas bait!«>, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. Steric* Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan, Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison ;Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2342 \V. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City. 414 Terminal IBdq.; New Orleans. 722 Union St.. Hold Everything "Our hotel detective got tired of stooping all the timel" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith RELEASE NO. Guadalcanal Diary Based on the Boolc-of-the-Month *:* •Y RICHARD TREGASKIS ILLUSTRATIONS BY I, B. HAZELtON ,;/>'>< "Sharks? What do we care. We're going in the first wave on Guadalcanal, anyhow." COPtt. 1»«3 BV KE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEG. U. S. PAT. OFF. 1-lf "Gosh, Maisy, Bill hasn't got a "'"dale—I hope you won't -^ mind if he lags along with us!" npHURSDAY, JULY 30-This morning, plnncs-flew J_ over us for hours. They were stubby Gnnmmn fighters with distinctive square wing tips. The carriers nHist he in fairly close by this time, Later, we lay to and several marines dived into the lharky waters. A non-com told them they might be court- martialed if they were not eaten by the sharks. "What do we care?" said one of the Marines. "We're going in the first wave on Guadalcanal, anyhow." That was certainly A tough, Marine-like slant on the situation. 1 was told that the Guadalcanal beach-head is to be divided into two halves; of these, A and B companies, of our ship, will land on the right half; and a group from another ship on the left half. Through the strip of beach seized by these units, our following troops will penetrate. Capt. Gordon Gale, brilliant young executive officer, talked about these plans to the officers before lunch, in the furnace-like wnrd room. There were maps on one wall, behind a blackboard, showing the coast of Guadalcanal and the beach-head we are to take. There were none of Tulagi, the other initial objective of the Marines. I inquired about this and found out that Tulagi is to be taken "He carefully honed a huge bolo knife." by Marine Raiders, with other troops in support of them. In the afternoon, 1 watched a group of Marines cleaning their mortars and light machine guns on the forward deck. The lads were taking almost motherly care with the weapons. Some of the boys were sharpening bayonets, a universal pastime on the ship. I saw one with a huge bolo knife, which he was carefully preparing. Some of the lads had fashioned home-made hlack|acks-canvas sacks containing lead balls, for "infighting." SATURDAY, AUGUST 1-At breakfast this morning, the conversation revolved about a favorite topic-home. FUNNY BUSINESS couyrisht.^848. by King FetturM Syndicate. Inc. Text coovrlnhl. 1043. b» Random Hoiue. Inc. Distributed fc, Kins Features Syndicate In co-operiUion with the Book-of-tht-Month Club. Int " 'They'll fight,' the colonel said tersely." Said Lieut. Ralph Cory: "I'd like to he hack sailing a boat on Chesapeake Hay." Answered "Doc" SICVCMMIM, a Navy warrant Officer in the Medical Corns: "IJell, if 1 were back there, I wouldn't be in any BOAT!" I saw Col. Hunt on the wing of ihc bridge. "These boys are anxious to get into the scrap," he said. "They'll fight." "If it works out, I'll have a good story," I said. The colonel looked at me Tcvclly, and tight little lines creased the sides of his mouth. "It's got to work out," he said. (Continued tomorrow) r OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams TVVHOreSE. t\\JfJf*S& DID KNSOVvl TH'"DRILLS BETTER THAN1 , AWWJAY/ HE VWAS OUT ALL NIGHT— I DOtO'T THINSK HE KK5OVJS HE'S "Jt says 'Who goes Ihere?' in case 1 gel slage fright! Wash Tubbs f7f?NSTEAD OF . V i>HEAWM6 STRA16HT FOR THEIR TAR6ET, THE RYIM6 FORTRESSES TAKE A CIRCULAR ROUTE FAR OUT TO SEA, HOP1N6 TO SURPRISE THE NAZIS, BUT INNOCENT LOOON6 JISHIM6 BOATS 6IVE THE WARNING On Guard By Roy Gfdne HE SAVED MY BACOKi NAAMV TIMES, THAT OLD TROOP HORSE OF MIME... 50 IF THE BEEA.D AND BEANS SIVE OUT, 051 T200TS AMD GRASS I'LL. DIME... BEFORE. X'D TOUCH A T-BOME OF THAT OLD TROOP HOESE OF MIME/ OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople % A MAN \MlTW A GOOD LEFT HOOK A USED TO BB A8Le 5) TO "bEIZE A OF ( ATI.. . . _ \ BUT SINCE f NOLi'VEi BE.E.N —I NMORKlMG, N AS. COMNAAMDO '-/ COULDN'T r( CAPTURE: A CRUM.B/ •DOES TOOTING )(i A VS/mSTLE: <'' . COM.E UNiDER i TUB HE^D OF- WORK, ? —• BUT TMfXT'e HOOPLB: LUCK-—ATPTER NErftRS OF PARK-BENCH 3OBT|4PCr's' ^5 F\\)E-BELL, V NZ&& GI8BER16H LEAMES ME. UNRUFFLED/--— AFTER A DM OF HOMEST TOIL < I'/v\ TOO \NEFsRM TO REPLV TO SOCH /SL FLAPDOODLE; | \S '^ V/ ^CO?(l. 1M] BT Red Ryder Maybe Yes, Maybe No By Fred Harmon f\E GOT-Utt fOOTS THE ENTIRE FRENCH COAST SOUTH OF BREST YOU TrtlMK-Lif^i YOU f iroo RED RYDER ? . !'.-> TUCKER6.-D CXST /XMP LON6 SEFORE PLANES SkSHT THE U-BOAT BASE AT VjEAXErtEU TOO MDlPsrt TORTURE ^ RED DlSi-VDUNTS Ot^ TrtE CREST OFARIPSROCK THE FOCkTE-WULFSARE CHM8IN6 TO INTERCEPT THEM T. M, REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. COPR 1943 BV HE* SERVICE INC Donald Duck Grandpap's Last Stand! 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