Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 29, 1934 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, June 29, 1934
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• m . ; . Friday, June : 29 >; 1 HOPE-STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS How .World's Largest Bridge .Will Link Coast Cities Copyright, 1031, California Toll Bridge Authority How tho world's larpest bridge will span San Francisco bay is shown in this architect's representation on nn aerial photograph of the §75,000,000 San Francisco-Oakland span, 8>i miles long. The air scene jOiows a largo section of Snn Francisco, and Oakland across tho bay, with Mt. .Diablo in tlie. Jwck- ground. A doiihlc-deckcd tunnel will pierce Yorba. Buenii island, seen in the middle of the bay, the central anchorage from which two/giant spans oE .step) extending to the shores will swing away. Completion o£ t'uB work, started In 1933, is expected in 1937. e They're Named America's Ten Most Beautiful IVith only t\vo film actrosses among them, these 10 women have been named the most, beautiful in tho United Stall's by a committee of judges, from nominations inadu by prominent artiiHs and photoifniphors in a dozen largo cities. In the top row, arc loft, Mrs. John II. fioodwin, Kansas • City, Mo., with d;iiii-'ht<T Ann; circle, Norma Shearer, Hollywood screen star; top center, Mrs. Florence H. I'lamondon, St. Louis; lop right, Dolores del HH>, Hollywood cinema star. fielow,- left to rij;ht, aro Mrs. Potter Palmer, Boston, Mass.; Miss A very Wright, Toledo, 0.; Princess Anna Jlynnkl, lormorly Audrey Emery, wife of Grand Duke Dmitri of Russia; Mrs. Cinorgt; Cirant MwMon, New York; Mrs. Constiint Blllcke, I.us Aiurelos; and Miss Jionoru White, It's New Way to Park Car Where President Will Sleep and Work on Cruise to Hawaii Here's a now idea in parking that arousea great interest in Kansas City, Mo., but isn't likely to prove popular with motorists. The car owner, bunting for his auto on a parking lot, found that the brakes had slipped, the car rolling down an Incline to become wedged, on end. between an areaway wall and an apartment building. Mourn Vanished Sister, * Auntie' When President Roosevelt the cruiser Houston tor hi$ lotfg trip to HawaiMie'll tte given .jjliat^' ters and-conveniences lhat-I b'efit the Commander in Chief of tile Navy. These scenes at>oart}' t$e Houston show (above, at lefty -tl^e Presidential bedroom; (below/^ttps combination living-room,«'dinfagr room-office and-the desk" at'whfwi he will transact business. • 3iffit above you see tne two boats to^b used on the trip. The, one at,li|t is for ship to shore conveya^'S, the other for fishing. - .y — - ~* 7'. Mrs. Ball Walks Divorce Trail from tlm'world Tnl'vor.sm, van- slial. .shn will lio round alive. V.'ith SIr.s.'Urbaji is shovn lier daughter, ,'!, iipjuod (Jrctn Agnes for. Iw Bunt Barring Drouth-Starved Cattle Minnesota lias called out its national guard to enforce an embargo ou shipments of cattle from drouth-stricken sections into the state. MilHiameu are patrolling southern uud western borders to prevent Influx of stock for grazing uud t'eeiiluij. Here ia shown a guard d»» tail on duty on a highway IS miles east of Sioux Falls, S. I). Senators Who Uuestioned 1 no-well Hunted Over World; Feared Dei Ou the trail that leads to divorce, Mrs. Anna Eoosevelt Call, blond daughter of tho First Family, Is shown in the top photo as she left her train at Truckee, Calif., preparatory to taking up Nevada residence. With her, as she carries her son, Buzzie, down the railway track, Is Sam Platt, her Reno attorney. Below is the log cottage on .the Nevada shore of Lake Tahoe, where she planned to live for six weeks before filing suit against Curtis Dal), New York broker. On Trial For Clubman's Murder •Following yague clews -from *New York across to.England and ;tha Continent, police lean to the • belief that Agnes''Tufverson, ttbijvo, Ne'wr York attorney, is dead. She kas'been missing.since last Dece.m- ber, .a few days after.her marriage:.in New York to Capt. Ivan Poderjay, Yugq-Slayiaa adventurer, who is held in Vienna with a ^womaa;Baid'-to beJiis/wife., . I 1 /Vhen Death Halted Speed Fiier, Senator Ellison D. Smith of South Carolina, chairpjau of the committee investigating the IHuesa of Ruxford Guy Tug well to !)o appointed Under Secretary of Agriculture, is showu (at right) in action during the hearing. Seated at his left is Senator Harry Flood JByra of Virginia. Because Police CliM' Morris Beck (right) refused to believe Brad way Brown, wealthy ;ind socially prominent clubman, had committed suj- cide iu his Kiverion, N. J., home, Adam Szewczak (center) is facing f rial for the man's murder. The accused man, a convict, traced by Beck through an automobile license plate, is shown being led to the opening o£ his trial at Muum Holly, N. J., by Beck aud Pete Homer. .(left). Standing grotesquely on her nose, here is the wreekaga of the plan* !n which JtffiKiy Wedell, lamed uiruiau aud speed flier, met his death .while Instructing a student (Jier over Patterson, l4». The ship liived from a 300 toot

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