Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 20, 1934 · Page 5
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^Thursday, September 20,1934 ,-ARKANSAS [APPEQVEMY In Governors' Trophy Race Carrying tin 1 cdlors of (iov. Henry llorner of Illinois, Horace Temies, above, national amateur oullioard rlucinpion, will raoe, for tho Coveniors 1 National Trophy duriiiK tho i-Piitral cliampiou- nhip outboard motor rojiatlii at, J>al;e WiiiRrn, Madison, \Vis., -Sept. S-10. Knlric.'i rcpi-iwentiiiK governors of oO siatoa avc ex- jiectc'ii to tal<c part In the race. Censor Can't Get Norma No\v liesult nf worship or not, Xnnna shearer, him :.|ar uf liu* nlu.i- Koplii.sticatPd type, isn't woarin;,- ihiw rlinninn drap..! i,. ; i n her lati'st picture. The xlamnmus cinon.alili 1 is sln.wn her,> J M ., mm- ruvealijig foatuma that billows far, far away, in ih,.- i.i.,hi,,n ,,r a half century or more ui:o. This latent photo reveals not only Jean H a r 1 o w, but some; leniency on| the part of the new motion plc- t u r e censor tooard, headed by Jaseph I. Breon. The a p p r o v al stamp, right, jnust ndorn all publicity. AUG 16 1934 As the Endeavor Crept to Victory Maritime sporting history was'In tlie malcing when this aerial picture was taken. For the'Royrl Blue cutter Endeavour, British challenger, was slowly but on rely creeping up on the def ending 'Ralrr bow to win-the first decision; in : the America's Cup series off Newport,,H. I. The yachts are. shown-heading the'half-way buoy.- The race was the second of the series,' the flret having been declared 'no contest. Doctors Fight to Save Lad Yielded by Faith Healers His life in danger after his. parents refused medical attention for Him and relied on raltd neaimg, ,vy» lace Doyle Sharp. 8, Is shown here just, before physicians, backed by the courts, amputated an Infected log in an effort to save him. The lad had been spirited away to a hideout In the Dark Sand mountain:;, nenr Ft. 'Payne, Ala , where mumbers of the Holiness cult prayed for hours In an attempt t» cure him. The p" st °r of the cult and two members of the congregation were Jailed on abduction charges before ttie buy was surremlorptl to county officers. Is Huey Happy? And His Boys, Too? Have a Look! All' 11, 1'i.ijil, air Hi FORD DEALERS GIVE EXPERT SERVICE Ruins New Deal Painting; Jailed Six months in jail was the'sen- tence Imposed on John Smiuske. oliown here in court, for throw- Ing.naphtha on a painting .that .scathingly satirized the -"New Deal a«d especially the, Roosevelt family, as ft was exhibited in 'Tarrytown. N. Y. Smluska . ruined the picture, he said, because he did not -like the Idea of holding the Roosevelts 'up to ridicule "Be Warlike!" WHILE McLARNIN HAD l-v.-.t'j m BoS In maintaining .the record, of. the Madison Square Garden Long Island City, for being a jinx to champions; Jimmy McLnj gets under'this fierce left jab of Barney Ross, arid whales'/a with both hands to head and body. This bit of fiction took ul In the thirteenth -round, after which the Irish warrior tired-ba; McLarnln regained the world weltei \\eight title on a divided clsion'after 16 hard-fought sessions. Youth Called Hero of 'Ship "We must become a military nation, even militaristic, even — I might udd—a warlike nation. \Ve must prepare for the war of today, not tomorrow!" That is the stirring message Benito Mussolini is shown delivering to his troops I'rom the top of an army tank during manueVers near Bologna. This was the first time General Italo Balbo and II Duce had met In public since the aviator's "exile." Balbo is at lower left. Faith Cured Lad Cultists Claim Gouverneur Morris Plielps, Jr., 19-year-old son of a New tork Pbj>sl- clan shown above with.his mother, has been revealed by evidence given,at the ; Federal Inquiry as one of the outstanding heroes of'(he Morro Castle catastrophe. At the same time officers of the liner were abandoning ship, young Phelps and his room-mate continued to play water on the flames In'a brave effort to extinguish them. •".'• Mechanical? Maybe! But He Bhishes^Says ^ ISMOMOth Visitor To Firestone Exhibit ^ Every month . . . every week . . . every day . . . Ford dealers are on their toes keeping Ford service as goo<1 a.s the cur itself. Regular service training schools are held far the Ford dealer mechanics. These schools are very tliorouprh and complete. Wherever you drive your Ford V-8, you will find un expertly trained mechanic ready tc 1 service your car quickly. Cuied by faith, his parents claim, cured by an operation, physicians .say, \ValIace Uoyal Sharp, s. is shown here, a happy fonval,\s.-piit. The lad was hidden in the mountains lu-ur Ft. Payne. Ala., whilo Homioss cult niembers prayeil yver him until a court unlor loivcd ni'.,Ural atii'iilion r>,r ;» seripua |,, jiiicti Dashing up to the World's Fair from Newcomb College, New Orleans, Miss Betty Bowlby entered the Firestone Exhibit at the 'moment when the counting machine at the entrance clocked her as the Ki,000,000th visitor to the building. >: '.e was made guest of honor and awarded a set of Air Balloon Tirej| for her car. Miss Bowlby is shown with Jack Heims, "the mechanics^ man," who stands in front of thf Model Firestone One-Stop Seryicaj Station. Is he wax or is he humftaf Others are baffled, but Misa B«t|K discovered a clue—he blushes. *S|

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