Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 12, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 12, 1943
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MOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Hope Star iijBUjji w**k*day oftwitoan b? ,* * bliJhlfiO Co. Inc. It 8. PdlrftojMWdAtea, H. Woshbum) * W* Star bOUdlrw, 212-214 South Walnut " ' HnM.'H00* Ark. -„,-_ .. All*, H» WMHMMM. «*««» «* NMtaMt 1 Entered as : Postoffk* at Att of Morch class matter at the Arkansas, undtr the (AP)— MtaM Associated Press (NEA)—Attdns Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. SubtttlpKon *d»« (Always Payable In AdyarK*ii By city carrier, per week ISc; Hemosteod. Nevodd, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties. $3.50 per year; elsewhere; $6.50. Member of Ttra AMoetottd Presi: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republicotion of all news dispatches credited to ft or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published h«reln. National A*rtrtlJlr»g Representative— Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avenue;. New York City, 292 Madison Ave.,- Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma C«v, 4|4 TefrninallBdo.; New Orleans. 722 Union St.. Wednesday, May_t2,J943 Hold everything ^ .!-'-'' Guadalcanal Diary Eased on the Book-off-the-Month BY RICHARD TREOASKIS ILLUSTRATIONS BY I. B, HAZELTON "Plenty of seats inside! Plenty of seats inside! 1 ' SIDE GLANCES By Galbrairh COPH. 1»« 8V NtA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. "Our destroyers began shelling . . ." "Jewelry, beauty treatments, hats, handbags, rugs and floor lamps—does this family go around looking for thinss that are not rationed?" Y, SEPTEMBER 8, Cont.-Afrcr a hurry-call J_ from the colonel, who feared that our landing party of Raiders at Taivu Point might be cut off by the japs, a group of destroyers which had come down with us swimi; in close to shore and began to shell the village of Tasim"- boko. I went down to the beach to watch the geysers of smoke and debris rising where the shells hit. Then I went forward to look for Major Nickcrson. Firing broke out again in the jungle; torrents of it. But the Jap artillery seemed to have been silenced anj the tide of action seemed to be turning. A runner came back "We destroyed the entire village." from C.ipt. Antonelli's troops with the happy word that the Jap attempt to cut us off had failed. \Ve marched on into Tasimltoko without any further resistance, burned a vast store of Jap munitions that we found there, and destroyed the village of Tasimbokn, including a radio station. Looking over the bodies of the Japs who had been killed, we found . nne interesting items: pictures of Javanese women, ami American ammunition with labels printed in Dutch. \Ye also found th.it the punsights of their 75's were of English manufacture. It seemed that "Fighter planes were rising to meet the Japs, and the transports began to twist and turn . . ." T11UUSDAY, SF.PTKMHF.K 10-1 moved my worldly some of these soldiers who had run so fast had been veterans of the Jap campaigns in the East Indies, and possibly Malaysia, too. I he sun had set and there was only a faint red ylow on the clouds to light the darkening sky when, in our transports. we headed towards home. Offshore from the I'enaru River, we got word that 12 Jap aircraft had been possessions from Col. Hunt's command post out to Gen. atldegrift's headquarters today. The general has moved " Drawing, copyright. 1043. by King Future. Syndicate. Inc. Text copyright. 1913. by Random House, into the "liimn-ilucks," as the Alirines call the jungle. His tent is atop a ridge. Mine is nt the foot of the ridge. I onight we were told to he on the alert, since the Japs have been reported infiltrating the dense jungle which we face. \Ve were told that if an enemy attack comes, we are to retire up the ridge to the crest, where t stand Will be made. (Continued tomorrow) Inc. Distributed hr Kin* features Syndicate In co-oncrntlon with the Uook-oMhe-Month Club. Inc. i I spotted. Our fighter planes were rising into the twilight sky, and the transports beg-.m to twist and turn furiously, le.iviim foaming wakes in the dark water. Hut night closed in before the Japs arrived and thcv did not a'ttack. FUNNY BUSINESS -/*' . S***^-~*,^ > • ?;••;•;'' o \l •'?-.- •' _ lip i •^ "The snake's got more xip since 1 sold him that radio!" Wash Tubb» Up She Comes By Roy Crane KEEP VOUR EYES \ HEV, ... OPEN,BOV5i THAT ILOOKJ ?A SHOULD HAVE BEEN , u COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. (/ S. PAT. OFF.""* Donald Duck A New Twist! By Walt Disney WELt.WHAT KINO OP GRADES DID f SO! YOU VVEPE F1B9ING N - » ^^ Tf-\ AA C I OH, NO. THAT WASN'T FI8BIMG. * -JUST * -v PROPAGANDAS "T^rT • Old Dogs with New Tricks!! By Chic Young 1 JUST DYED C THESE snoes) BLACK-I'LL / SET THEM "< TO T wH R V SOMESODV WILL SWIPE HIS SHOES. HERE'I'LL < TAKE THEM ABOUND y AMD SET THEM OM ,T HIS BACK , < / \~^ THEY MUSTVE ! S^ ( WALKED AROUND MY SHOES ARE ) -^f THEY'RE ON THE SOME M PUT/ TMEM HERE "" IM PROMT WELL.COME OM IM ' DON'T JUST .STAMP THERE/ Boots and Her Buddies Desperation •~-i By Edgar Mqrtin IM S> KtA ^KVICi. me. J. l^ RIO. V. B. FAT.'Of/. OUT OUR WAY ByJ. R.Williams NO, I HADM'T MOTICED HIM TRVIMe TO LEARrvJ THE SOFT JOB- WHY WELL, WE REPRESENT THE WAR EFFORT HE'D LOSE IT, VOU WIN) IT; AMD i COULD MESS IT UP THE SWISJG SHIFT OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople MR. WOOPLE.' N\E RE MOOR'S •+•<- SOU'RE <5O VJELL.T ADMIT 1'ME rAPXO'TO SHAME BUTT STILL PUV ^ OLD PROG, REDDER RIPE AND SHE'S VJVAV, COULO PASS AS r\ BOM SCOOT.' T DROOPN LIKE A TIRED CAMEL/ ABOUT MB CALLIM&NOU MADC3E Red Rider What Goes On? By Fred Harmon WE'RE CN In' CU15K<f?lS OF TOWM NOVJ,RTDER,AMD TOU \^iAN!T L15 TO It AH, BUI NOt f-'OVC HALF AN HOUR--- 1>\ A 5U rA«45HA'_ •' 1 c'j ID CO>\E ' SHERIFF AQE 1 6ADDLE-5II.LY Popeye "Not a Girl to Sniff At!" Thimble Theater , I HEAR <VOU ARE TO BE MARRIED " K6AR<3 CUKOMQ, /QU MEAM SHE MAYN'T MADE UP HSR MlMO? , AAISS OWL, I WAVE THE V/ERV TuirjG FOR wou _ TT'S CALLED .. JUS' AIN'T ISi'A-, _ ' AAOOO ) »-** "SAILOR'S LIKE- IT ? M? Alley Oop Narrowing It Down By V. T. Hamlin ^-^pg ^•&si^M WELL,WHAT/ THE ROCKET HAVE VOU / TOOK A COURSE DEDUCED JUST A POINT FROM THE \ WEST OP DUE AVAILABLE \ NORTH,' CLUES? A MOUNTAIN ^/ik^ct-xiii • r lAMEttv LIE JUST ES THE STW Freckles and His Friends The Nail on the Head »'.iByrci^jM. f-M. «Ec.-ii7V-"i'ii;MB By Merrill Blosser I DONi'T KiJOW ANYTHING THEN WHY DID YOU ITS TRUE?, CAPTAIM — ABOUT A VEILED LADY, SAY SHE WAS CAPTAIN COOK / /SNOOPING AROUND ROOM IO3 AT THE HIGH SCHOOL? IN THE SKIDOO JUST To CREATE" A rAVSTER.Y / HOW SEE IF YOU CAN DREAM UP THE 6UV ) WHO WAS WITH HER. I "Vy

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