Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 27, 1943 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 27, 1943
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rhursday, May 27, J_943_ ngress Now istens to rean Leader HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE y The Associated Press ashinglon, May 27 •—(fl'i— Tos- ony that Japan would seek a arate peace with China and at- the United States this sum- was referred In the high com- nd today by Chairman Dick- iu U)-NY) of the House Immi- tion committee. |Thc testimony came from the lie man who gave Dickwtein':; iwiittec two monlhs' advance u! of Japanese plans to at- ik Pearl Harbor — Kilsoo K. an, Washington roprer.ontalivo the Korean National Front Ked- ition and Sino - Korean peo- '•f, league. 'If only HO per cent of what r .an told us yesterday is Irne," nckstcin declared, "this govern- Jbnt should heed his warnini',." 5,5'he New Yorker said llaan had jVibjjp.ittcd to his committee in Oct" 10-11 detailed maps and lOcuments showing the Japnnese lllii of attack in the Pacific. Hut. i added, persons close to the Ha- inn government at the time had cugcd Haan of beiiig a "rabble- i.Vr" and of "trying to create inble" In Hawaii. •laan's information so far, Dick}in said, has been "fairly aecu- bt" and has been reported t< b proper officials. HI.'m told the committee toy that Premier Tojo discloses ring a party at his Tokyo rcpl nee that Uear Admiral Katsnla Miyazaki had boon chosen t< mm and an invading naval force 'itf-.-sl the United States and tha ^fcn.' Shunroku Mala was to head i g expedition. "laan said Gen. Jiro Minam s reported to have told the Jap csc privy council last Dcccrnbc at- Japan would be ready I rfM> this country between Jim nd October 19-13. Gist of speculative talks in Jan, Haan said in a prepared atement. was that Miya/aki mild have at his command (in iCi-'cnt of the imperial Navy in e planned attack, that General ata would have more than 100,- iO picked troops from the Kwan- ng army: and thai submarine id air strength would play the eommenetd: "We can't afford to brush people aside as we did two years ngo. This fellow Haan is sincere. I spoke to him two hours before he tcstfiied. Statements he mode before the immigration committee two years ago have, unfortunately, born cfruit. Had we paid attention to him then we might have been aved a lot of embarrassment." Now Woes For Motorisfs Oklahoma City -—(/I 1 )— It's double rouble for drivers who. failed to t their driving licenses on lime n Oklahoma City. Waller Johnson, •ommissioner of public safety, says he delinquents will have to lake a driving test and supply the gas burn in their own automobiles vhili; taking it. Artificial Hands Handy for Worker Cardiff, Wale:; —(/Pi— Edward T Mitchell, who lost both hands in ; gun explosion, has an arlificia' :.iair supplied by the Ministry o Pensions. Chief clerk in a laundry he can write, handle the lelephoiv and index cards and is handy svitr a knife and fork at. homo. Brides Without- Rings A British Worry London — f/P) — Brides withou rings and babies without carriage have been added to the wartim_ won it's of UK- lJri!':ih. So far. there are no bare-fingered brides and babies haven't had to walk or use taxis but W. F. Higgs of Birmingham views the near future with concern and wants the board of trade to do something about it. Higgs is an M. P. from Birmingham "West and it is natural for him to be among the early worriers on this problem because the Birmingham region produces a large share of Britain's wedding bands and perambulators. World's largest fig tree stands 18 miles west, of Kinginnn, Ariz. It is 511 feet high. The Nate-he/ Indians averaged six fuel in height and were one of 0|f im Aier earing the attack, j Hie principal tribes of southern OICKSU in I United States. More Power for Lightnmgs The ?> that Lightnings can strike farther, the Lockheed P-38's now |:srrry two droppable gas tanks under the center wing when going long-range missions. The tear-drop tanks, bottom, are made in o sections, then welded locelher when u M ached to the P-38's. Sky Full of Flying Fortresses Female Ferry Pi lots News Told in Pictures AMERICAN WAR AID FOR RUSSIA ROLLS NORTHWARD In the picturesque snow-clad mountains of northern Iran a truck convoy rumbles northward with U. S. war aid for Russia. Materials from America go by ship to the Persian Gulf, then by road, rail or air to Russia under U. S. Army supervision. BREAD AND PLANE FROM AMERICA All set for a solo hop at Avenger Field, Swectwalcr, Tex., Ginger Disbrow of Schencctady, N. Y., gets good luck wishes from two fellow students at Sweetwater, Tex., ferry pilot training center, In the Spring— In clislanl Asia there are evidences of American aid on every hand. At an evacuation camp in Iran a smiling Polish boy holds an armload of bread baked from Hour supplied by the American Red Cross. At a Uussian airfield, a Russian pilot approaches his newly arrived U. S.-buill lighter nlane. ready to lly it to a baltlefronl. Victory Spud Jeep and Jills ft. young woman's fancy turns to thoughts of new outfits—but these service women can just dream. Lady Marine, WAVE, WAACS and SPAR give a spring garb model the once-over in a Cleveland store window. The Graves of the Enemy's Dead Of all things to find in a Victory Garden — Lynn Merrick! It could happen only in Hollywood Lynn Merrick shows us the V-shaped potato she found in her Victory Garden. Dur old friend the jeep turns up turning a furrow at the Willys-Overland 90-acre Victory Garden In Toledo. Two girl employes of the jeep-making firm pitch in as farmerettes. tl I V lere's how the skies will be looking over Germany one of these 3 ays _full of'F'yirig Fortresses. This picture of the big four- otored bombers on mass maneuvers \vas made in San Francisco, and Wilhelriishaven have already seen siwilar sights. Balloon and Boom! No Regrets l- : . ; * Y V^IS*. ,' ** -*.'..,<« * 'JHK.' Here in a cemetery ringed by the djebels of Tunisia lie scores of soldiers of Germany w.ho died on a battlefield near Gabes—a thousand miles from their native land. One of these is Werner Ha=s but he must rest uneasy, for on the helmet-topped Cross thut 'symbolizes his Christian burial there is marked the hated swastika. * Smiling Nazi paratrooper seems quite undismayed by his capture by allies in Tunisia. (U. S. Army Signal Corps Radio-Telephoto from NEA.) f \U in t- n ;e r., a a g tr e y •d V Land mine explosion sends geyser of dirt into the air near a barrage balloon as column of approach at left on training maneuvers at Camp Tyson, Tenn. troops

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