Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 18, 1935 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 18, 1935
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18,1936 HOPE S^Afc, fit@M Aft&ANSAS 3V?" 'LUlle girl who WAS orphaned In th« Hdpubllenn river flood In NebfMka and was cared fat by Red Cross, which aid- ad many hundreds In three itatfts affected. •• "™~™ ^"^^ Red Cross Belief Given inM Ccitastrophes^Uhusuarand Varied Freaks of Nature and Other Calamities visit distress on Nafion^People ajd^timfagh Your Membership in Red Cross 'i. ''<.' wtsyf.t .. ~ „. _. fT.'>*"' -x, x. J _.-^-,'~~wivfc«.a*iMa«BB«Bi?«i»ft lOnc of 5,000 families in southern New York helped by Red Cross following disastrous'high'waters.' During the year 29 floods occurred in the nation. First word of terrific loss of life in Florida disaster came through Red Cross short wave radio, put up on the stricken Keys by amateur operators. Here are sh,own the weary men after 48 hours continuous heroic work. Red Cross aided 1,000 families. ft ft It's a Light Car/ Says Emelie 'Copyright'. lllJi, NBA Service, Inc. After riding In that glittering kiddie tar, ably assisted by Nurse Lerous, Emelie apparently is engaged in a critical appraisal of tier new streamline job. Or maybe that determined clutch on its Jumbles means she just hates to leave her new toy,^ •< •-««*." * •> v - ' -t v v High winds stroyed many homes in North Carolina. Here , atleft,wherchome stood. At right, home rebuilt by Red Cross., Fifty tornadoes In U. S. called for Red Cross help during year. Fourteen children were killed when bus was hit by train at a Maryland crossing. Red Cross First Aiders rescued the living. Two such accidents with heavy toll of lives occurred during the year. -Vj 6.a m 1 i I e s_ ma- Tooned..'.ln : Mississippi valley floods were taken from roofs by Red Cross rescuers. 1 Du ring the.year the Red Cross gave disas- ter'relief to 110,000 persons in 306 counties in 37 •tatec. Epidemics of bronchial troubles followed devastating clouds of dust ir. midwest. Red Cross established hospitals for victlms.';hler.e/are livtie patients and Red Cross nurses. Five other epldemlcs':eiame' under Red Cress care during the year., uins Inspect Their New Three-Wheeler Budding Drivers Prepare for Kiddie Gar Tour of Nursery land its always wise, before atarting on a spin to '"checiTlip on one's car ScTlhe Misses' piohnie." shown clustered^ ibouttheii'brand-new three-wheeler, apparently are giving it a careful "once-over " While Marie te»ta the r«»r »xle, Annette intently examines the steering apparatus. Meanwhile. Emelie. unaware how perilously clog* her pink toea are to Ui« Ve»r vheel, gets ready to mount, unassisted, while Yvonne gazei< in uwe at her Cecile, almost hidden, seems fearful thai bJ.« won't get into the p)ctur«. Red Cross is a I*, ways quick to give inoculations egainst typhoid., and other prevent^ able disease*' fol< lowing disaster, Inl -cooperation with state health au- thorlties.Thls,was'i scene following f I o od s i n N e w York, i :.*&.:. This little girl arrived during the New York floods—' Red Cross provided hospital care for mother, and baby. vi ' ' " if Heads Up! Annette's on Her Way! £ "Gangway! Here I come! ' Ready to glide down Nursery Boulevard, gleeful Annette grips the "steering wheel" of her oue-quia- power kiddle car. and extends a pink foot for the starting push. Their new tpy U^s brought a lot or fuu to the merry

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