[Ads-l] Restricted access to "Stars and Stripes" and "The buck stops here"

sclements at NEO.RR.COM sclements at NEO.RR.COM
Sun Feb 8 13:05:30 UTC 2015


Both Bonnie and I have run into the same problem while trying to view a similar time frame hit for "the whole nine yards."  We decided that the hit is a false one and most likely much more modern(1960s and later).  The image preview looks nothing like a newspaper from the 1940s.

Sam Clements
---- ADSGarson O'Toole <adsgarsonotoole at GMAIL.COM> wrote: 
> While preparing a website entry about the saying "The buck stops here"
> I noticed a match in the "Stars and Stripes" in the NewspaperArchive
> database. Unfortunately, additional detailed information about the
> match was blocked, and the following message was displayed:
> 
> [Begin message]
> This content has restricted access at the request of a rights holder
> [End message]
> 
> Below is the partial information that subscribers to the
> NewspaperArchive database are shown:
> 
> Newspaper: Washington Stars and Stripes
> Date: Sat, May 23, 1942
> Location: Washington, District Of Columbia
> Database: NewspaperArchive
> 
> [Begin raw OCR match text]
> they get around to awarding a Sympathy Medal, 1st Lt. Joseph A.
> Dooley. Quartermaster Corps, should lead the parade for citations. On
> his desk a sign reads: . The Buck Stops Here." ^ Aid ' Measure s |
> Awaits Vote Biggest Convoy of War Arrives as Troops Pour into Ireland
> Tank Units WASHINGTO
> [End raw OCR match text]
> 
> Does someone have access to the full newspaper page image for this citation?
> 
> There is now an entry on the Quote Investigator website on this "The
> Buck Stops Here". At this time, the citation from the "Stars and
> Stripes" has been omitted:
> http://quoteinvestigator.com/2015/02/07/buck-stops/
> 
> Thanks for any help you can provide,
> Garson
> 
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