Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 15, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 15, 1943
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B "mj^Egpm»T7H-., IPWBII»P^^^^ap»«l»p»|l|illl|l«||l ope Star " MOM STAR, HOPE., ARKANSAS *nr WMk-day •< .a, . i?™ PubitiMrta Co, inc. -.vL^^'r^t^SP A . ta *- H - Wdshbumj <tt th* Star bUIWino. 2I2-2M South Wblnui Ark. ft. ft, PALWM HA.WASHBURN, . .Pftfte.nl Cdltor and Fykll.h.r Entered 6s Mcond <ta*i matter at the Postoffic* at Hop*, Arkansas, utwtar th« Att of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Mean) Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Rate (Always Payable In Advance); By city carrier, per week 15c; Htrrtpstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; eha where $6.50. Mu*b«r o» The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcatlon of all news dispatches credited to n or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. National . AdverHiin* Representative— Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; Memphis, Term.. Sterick Building: Chkogo, 400 North Michigan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City. 414 Terminal IBdg.; New Orleans, 722 Union St.. Held Everything { Saturday, May IS, 1943 Guadalcanal Diary l"S,i Book-off-the-Month M»«- IMI IT M4 Soviet. IM. T. M. MO. 0. t. >»T. Oft •Y RICHARD TRECA5KIS ILLUSTRATIONS BY I. B. HAZELTOA( "Tell the observer we want just a report—not a blow-by-blow description I" SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith COPR 1843 BY MEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. "It takes a pretty good man to smoke corn silk cigarets- if Hitler had known how lough we Americans are, I bet he'd never have started a war!" "It was dawn when we got the B-17 ready and climbed in." "pR'DAV, SEPTEMBER 25-1 nskcd Gen. Vandegrift Aloines, Iowa, the pilot, agreed to take me,out with him when he leaves. On the way, we are to swing over Hou- JT for permission to leave the island, and he told me with a chuckle that I had picked a good time. "They're putting gainville, and reconnoiter. in a shower for me in a few days," he said. "Ami when SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2rt-It was'dawn when we climbed into the U-17. The captain offered me a chocolate bar. "Our usual breakfast," he said. Then they wound the props, and the starters squealed, and our motors were warming up. U'e bounced along the runway, lifted, and swung up and over Tulagi Bay. Near Bougainville we had a sharp brush with a Zero, and in the instant before our sputtering guns drove the such luxuries come, the correspondents should i;o." That, of course, was irony, for the situation of the general and the rest of our people on Guadalcanal is anything but comfortable. The Jap forces opposing us are steadily mounting, and this present period of quiet is probably just a lull before another great storm. 'A B-17 came in today, and Capt. Paul Payne, of Des "We had a sharp brush with a Zero." Jap off I thought what I always think in such moment-!: that I was a damned fool to get myself into such a spot. It was hours later that we landed safely at an American base which is removed from the Solomon Islands zone and a goodly step towards more peaceful regions, NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 18-This, the last entry in "Guadalcanal Diary," is not by Correspondent Hie-hard Trcgaskis but by his friends, the editors of International "Somewhere Dick is telling another story . . ." We don't know, us this is written, exactly where Tregaskis is. But we have a pretty good idea. U'e know the Marines are still holding and pushing farther on Guadalcanal, and we suspect that somewhere in the thick of it Dick Trcgaskis Is telling another story of American valor as he told this one. ' by his friends, the editors of International News Service, It was not written by Treg.iskis fur a simple reason: lie is off again on assignment somewhere in the turbulent South Pacific. (The end) Dnwlnn eopyrbht. 1941. by Kin, Feature, Syn.Mcn.e. Inc. Text copyr! K ht. 19.9. hy Random Hou... Inc. Distributed by Kin* Feature, Syndic.!. In eo-ownrtlon with the Hook-oMh^llonth Club. Inc. A cable or radio will come soon, please God, .ind voil" bet we will answer back, "Okay, Dii:k Treujikis, ™od luck to you!" NOVEMBER 21-It came. t FUNNY BUSINESS "Our new ration-design table—when .your points get low, just pull up this end mirror and you see twice as much food as you reallv have!" WothTubbs Guess Again By Roy Crane WHAT DO you MEAW, UNABLE TO PIVE PIBECTIN6 A TROYER TO WHERE Donald Duck Flight Command! By Walt Disney Y5f? SO'.AN HOUR/ IF V CARRY IT ', 25? )( I'LL D '\ IT ON /^STILTS. I I NEE 7 MONEY.' ^~-,r- Blondie Zombie on the Night Shift! By Chic Young WHAT'S TWE IPEA OF WAKING ME UP IN -"* THEMIPDLEOFTHE NienrAHD MAKING , ' ME PRINK A GLASS OF WAT . PIPt-J'T . YOU 6IVE COOKIE < A 6LA-SS OF VVATER ? Boots and Her Buddies Very Simple By Edgar Martin OUT OUR WAY .ByJ. R.Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hooplo \. E&AD,FATHER.' ABOUT THIS MISS K rv\f\M OF SOUR WOULDN'T BE BEVOITCH- ED BV A SOME . O' OH, CUT OUT TH& OlEVfXL MOMsl, AND TONE GOME BOO&IEON THAT AMGEL'S BAM^TO, BUD/-<~T.'/U MAD&B TO A TOMIGRT, eo I'D LIKE WARM UP iVW HEELS WITH SOSAE: EIGHT-TO- HEARTS FLOVUERS PRETTY FAR Red Rider Stick Around, Lady By Fred Harmon SUDDENLY THE. SHERIFF'S POOR OPEI-3S .' OH,IKE SHERIFF =x^ VDU'RE E.' I'M FROr\ JONES RUG PREPARED TO PAT YOU THE '» ,'O,OOO FOR THE NAVAJO RUGS, BUT--i— PARDOTOME, BUT VM LOOKING FOR THAT'S m>\,r\A'Att.' >T SHERIFF.' Trie- ,BUT Efc HEART? YOU "Wo PLAN- TH ROBBER1 1 STOPPED Popeye 'Business Before Pleasure." Thimble Theater POPEVE, WILL YOU MARRVME 1 ? CE5 IF *-/OU UJOM'T, I'LL. FIMD A MAM UUMO $£S Copi Vl», King I excuse ME, i MUST GET TO THE BANK {BEFORE ITCLOSESJ' Alley Oop To Late By V. T. Hamlin JU6T IN CASE SOMEBODY 6ET5 CUCICU5. OOP...I DON'T WANT HOLD EVEaVTHING... IN THE NAME OF THE LKW GOOD GAD F BY.' THE-Y'CE DISSOLVING RIGHT INTO THIN BOOM/ WHY DO WE HAFTA BE CBOWDED BY THIS JUNK? ANY CLUES LYING ABOUND TO E.MBA.RGA<=S DOC/ ALL EIGHT, BOYS...HERE YOU 6O.... GOOD UUCK/ Freckles and His Friends A Bit Far-Fetched By Merrill B|o$$er THE VEILED LADY DIDMT HAVE ACCOMPLICE' SOMEBODY WEARING SIZE SHOES BOOSTED HER THROUGH THE LABORATOR/ WNDOW / HAD ONE, ALL RIGHT' we FOUND LARGE FOOTPRINTS I THE SOFT GROUND/ SHE THEM . HERSELF/ WALKED HANDS/

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