Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 29, 1943 · Page 4
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Hold Everything HOf6 STAR, HOPE, *• tYtiy * WMRr-COy tJttffflXXMI inc. 1^ *» -* Ltar »g>i!jhi«g Co. inc. F » fat fofrMf drid'Atex. H. Wdshburn) L «t MM Staf bWWIriff.-212.2U South Wain Walnut r ,— .•*• PAIMER, f»re«lo«nt All*. M. WASHBURN, Editor and PubtUrKit ,„ -.trrhw«d fcs second class matter of the . *, POttoffice at Hope, Arkansas, under the of Manh 3, 1897. ' , (APH-Meons Associated Press 5" ttNtAH-Meons Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. , 3StA*cftptton Rate (Always Payable In '*'Advance). By city carrier, per week 15c; i Herhpstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana , 'Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; else- ,..Mt»b«r of Th« Associated Pretti The ""Wlbaofed Press is exclusively entitled to '.the use for republlcatlon of all news dls: patches credited to tt or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local published herein. Nrfrlonal Adyertljlng Representative— • (ktk«n»«f DalllM. Inc.; Memphis, Term., ~"Ste?!clr Building; Chkago, 400 North Mich- agon Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison * 'Ave.: Detroit, Mich, 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; 'OhWihoma City, 4)4 Terminal IBdg.; New , .OrIcons. 722 Union St.. cop«. i»4i n m« stmnct. inc. T. M. »cc. i/.». MT. err. "What I want to know is what are you doing tonight?" fat SIDE GLANCES ByGalbraith «-*• \ - RELEASE NO. Thursday, April 29, 1943 Guadalcanal Diary :;,;". Book-of-the-Month BY RICHARD TRCGASKI4 ILLUSTRATIONS SY I. 8. HAZELTO^ "The Jops were in our wire . . ." F RIDAY, AUGUST 21, Cont.-CoI. Jerry Thomas, Operations chief nnd spark plug of our troops in the Solomons, tohl me this morning that the Japs apparently have landed in force and made their way to the Tcnaru River. Fortunately, they ran into barbed wire entanglements and were slowed down until more troops coulil be brought up to aid our outposts. "I'm going down to Col. Gates' command post now," lie said. "Do you want to comer" Since Col. Clifton Gates "How's chances of getting tanks in there?" Soon after we reached the command post n griz/lcd man with a lined face and light blue eyes came up. Evidently he had been out in the bush. He was Col. L. 15. Crcsswcll, Col. Thomas nodded. "You know this terrain,T,.T!.," he said, pointing to a map. "How's chances of getting tanks in there?" "We can do it," said Cresswcll. "Good," said Col. Thomas. He turned to Col. Gates. "Jap rifle grenades began to shower into our positions." . . was commanding the troops which held our front lines "We'll give L.B. a platoon of tanks," he said. along the Tenaru, I said 1 certainly would like to go. • The officers bent over a map. The plan was developing as they talked. "I want you to get in there and pin these people down," Col. Thomas said to Col. Cresswell. "Once you get in, don't hold back. Drive in there!" Col. Cresswell began moving immediately. Me shouted to an aide who stood nearby. "Tell B Company to move right down there and wait for the rest." And he was gone. \Vc could hear a long scries of loud "bomp-bomp" sounds like mortar shells exploding, in the direction of the Tcnaru. Col. Gates explained it. "The damn Japs arc .throwing rifle grenades into our positions," he said grimly. It was 11:15 when Col. Gates got a radio message from Col. Crcsswcll. "Col. Gresswcll says he is beginning to attack," he said. "His right Hank is on the llu River, (Thfe | Ilu runs roughly parallel to the Tenaru). There ore no"' g tanks." Evidently the tanks had been held' up by some obstacle in terrain. There was a phone call for Col. Gates. "Good work," he was saving into the phone. "A white flag, eh?" He turned to me. "A white Hag is flying in the ^direction t£ the Jap lines," he said. • s -' (Continued tomorrow) Rook-of-Uie-Monlh Club. la*. Drawinta covyricht. 1043. by Klnc Feature* Syndicate. Inc. Text copyright, 1943, by Rnnilam House Inc. 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