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Army & Navy - MERGER: Religious Matter

Army & Navy brass hats have made some extreme and extremely peculiar statements during the merger fight. It remained for Admiral William Halsey to reach the...

Religion: TRAVELERS FROM GUADALCANAL

These four Sisters of St. Joseph got back to their mother house at Orange Calif. last week after a long journey, via Guadalcanal. In 1940 they began nursing and...

Cross-Talk

General Dwight D. Eisenhower set himself a time limit as he left Italy to command the cross-Channel invasion. Said he, flatly: "We will win the European war in...

World Battlefronts: That Heavy Rumbling

Two battle leaders in the Pacific stated in no uncertain terms last week that the U.S. had swung from the defensive to the offensive against Japan. Major General...

INTERNATIONAL: Die, But Do Not Retreat

(See Cover) The year 1942 was a year of blood and strength. The man whose name means steel in Russian, whose few words of English include the American...

U.S. At War: My Day in the South Pacific

Until last week Australians and New Zealanders could truthfully say that they had a good idea of what the U.S. citizen was like: they had met him, in good...

Milestones, Oct. 30, 1950

Born. To George Henry Hubert Lascelles, Earl of Harewood, 27, music critic, nephew of King George VI, and the Countess of Harewood (nee Stein), 23,...

A Friend in Deed

Paddling a dugout canoe in the Solomon Sea, two near-naked islanders working for the Allies were carrying a message behind enemy lines to the town of Gizo. Biuku...

ARMED FORCES: Bull

Five feet nine inches tall, he weighed only 150 Ibs. during the two years (1902-03) he played fullback for an oft-beaten Naval Academy team. But one day, when...

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