Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 4, 1939 · Page 1
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World-Wide News Coverage Given Impartially by A s s o c i fi I e d P r os s The Weather ARKANSAS - Partly cloudy Vr'o'l- nc-idav night and Thursday; wanrior .Wednesday nigbt. ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 4, 19W PRICE 5c COPY Sales Tax Due on Cars Brought to This State Hope Selected As Headquarters for ...i™- i::;;{,i;! :i ^rz^;,; - i-nui-., , ..mini:- ioli'M :.limil(l ron- - •'. \«-t- ^ ^.>^* d nut.-idr the Mali Norwegian Paper N E w A s s rc N M E N T Shipment Arrives Si;tr (id- < 'unsi.u'iinu nt— Personal Injury Suit Is Heard In Hempstead Court Jesse Hrown and .J. T Krooks Seeking $4,500 for Alleged Injuries AUTO HIT "BY TRAIN Demurrers Are Filed It Case of Former Sheriff Hearden ',!,'• ,.!'..- tin- i-vi- of thi- .,,,,' i,,,,,,,.],; p.ip.ll-. l.v .Jr.'iX- Biuv I ..•...: lii,., ,iiiiv(-d here '. iriii j T j-,,, n k:. l.oth "f Blcvii 74,000 Square Miles, 18 Million People Added to Germany; She Turns to West iGermany to Sink Our Ships Unless ^ EmbargoRepcaled Reich Adds Much to Industry With Raid Upon Poland But. Many of the Newcomers Within the Realm Are Openly Hostile FOOD STILL SCARCE (lermanv Has Only T\vo of ;;<> Materials Vital ' | Tin- ].!air,.!ff... in •!;.• mint I-.IM-. an- , i .,.,..1. ,,-;' ; : ','.!:» fur :il"n-i;i-il i,<TM,nai m-i [(I llHlUSUv '" i 'j,,,';',.-":.u ',,m<-i li,:.! .luiy :i v.-h-n „; ^ '.],,, ,,,,,..,.,,. Mi--...1111 I'iicifif fir-inht'; By NI-'.A St-rvii-c ii-. ' I:'..in :-ti-'i'--l. li' 1 -' ';" m W 1 ,", 1 ,''...".:" : \Vi-di l l-';r-! 1"U inillin men wo- ....,.,,. , ; , llh .- : ,i il-.... lia.-.-i .-.n.-ci '••• i- ^ ( _ ^^ .,.;,,,,,.,, ,,, i u .,. oxpi.ndniK l)ur i-; • 1:1 I!..-,"- ',1,.! ( ; r nn ..iiv turn. 1 -: from the d>n- j "'• ,•...',!'..- i, .,-,..:i:-. ir-:-. t'r.c .u:1i.'i!i->bili- '.j'J'],',..,', ... ,',','ii.hi. into th,- connict in thr li,',... i:,l,,,,-d '.II !h' :: '','--.,d::. Sll-.l..iniiu', '.^..'^ " ' |,,.,,'.1 . l,,,u''l,T i.lvi -.Mil.,,'!, llljlli-K March 22, 1939 1099 sq. mi. 150,000 pop. LITH../ NAZI-RED PARTITION Sept., 1939 74,000 sq.rri!. 18,000,000 pop RUSSIA ' SAAR March 1, 1935 738 sq. mi, 812,030 pop. CZECHOSLOVAKIA March 15, 1939 49,376 sq. mi. 14,004,179 pop. HUNGARY RUMANIA AUSTRIA March 13, 1938 32,369 sq. mi. ,760,233 p_o Present Restrictions Insut- ficient, Texas Senator Says DEB AT ^CONTINUES Vandenberg, Michi.e-«'.si Republican, Opposes Embargo Repeal WASHINGTON—W- Senalo rCon- n-illy Texas Democrat, predicted m he "senate Wednesday that Germany would begin sinking American rn..a- chant vessels unless congress repea^l the arms embargo and restncic-:. American shipping. ( . Conna'ly opened the second _'..•.:•> debate over the neutrality lav/:-. '<-vision. T , Senator Vandenberg, Ivnchigr.ii Republican, was scheduled to follow r.i:.. on the floor in opposition to revision. Connally pointed out that the h.-.y which imposed an arms embargo I.-.:'. American 'merchantmen free to i:r.; ry other goods to the belligerents;. Hfc said the embargo act doesn't guaiw.'.: the United States against war. ,,.„,, .,..,, ,,,.,,.,, I-,,.,,,!;,,.!..--! 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"" "" !l ' r ''•' M ""--'I Dm.unri-s AIT l-il.-d i il-.-M- iinl i.'.l ..:„• r , ..,-.!:,- !.,, I,.,..--!::!'-! Ml...i.'-y (-• /N <''"•-•' •;•;-• '" ,;,.:,:, I '" IMV- I ,„..,!•,.!:- .« li;" —' ;"' '' ^ l ," i '!' 1 ^"^ •]•]>,• M-i.,,:-,,! (.,.•! • I ,.,...,; ,,; d .-.in-.HI.,I .„•;.•'" ' !-.'I-'"- ,.;.,., !. .!. .-.lid t!,,.- I.''', i ,„;„,.!,I 'in- !..l!l.- :' !i'',"i'- ''••<'''• "''•'>•':• .::. v. i' i :.|c Hit •!.,. S S Mm. i -i-i,., .1,.,,.,,. • ,., :,, ill, ,•;'. •! ." ' '-' '•'-.•• Wliral I'- l-ni;cst Sini:!.- linporl I',.-. .,,1 i.. i.MM.m-d |I.'.-..M.M- i-v-n t ic( i y s Ninth Wins Opener' Methodist Revival- ,-,,":,.-i,lan!-- sa Chamlterlain'r. )-u,lr,!M--nts "loft unan.'Avered the ques- .„',,," ,','f" v ..;.,i- i'.r [io:u-o." and contained ,,,.;i,:,-... s'.il.-tantially new. , j,,,:,-,^.. ., -- , . . ]r •li-,. m funr,ants a.-.siM'ted Hitler ex- Uvhich cut the iiirnback m nail. ,- ,.,,lnira! ivpi'." t" Iboj Tu ,. n ) W( -k hv couniie.s mclmlei,: X ROCK-i.-Vi-Sti.tc Tveas- Norris for Repeal WASHINGTON -(/!')— Senator (.',-•• rge Norris find., Neb), who vot:." -.gainst United Stales entry into -<•••'. World war. urged repeal of iht a=-ir:.= embargo Tuesday asserting that t:y : land and France were fightini:; "t;•:?.• battle of humanity and civJhzat'-'-n against ''ruthless and murderous !"•,••-. ^Speaking to a radio audience v:h.!;-' the senat'es youngest member. J!'.- ; D. Holt (Dem. W. Va.), V.TLS sr;yc..-r ; ins 1 , over another net-work mat . eiubargo be retained, the elderiy ^••••-_ rls said the guiding theory oi -''••'•-. HiO r '" ant 3 "other air!-'or; ^' .'.' mean the end of existing civli/. t;. r. if carried to its logical conclu.-;^-. Norris said it had been argi'.f:;.;^:;'-.. the administration-supK'rtcu , n/'Nr 1 !.' i i^ ^t-.lp i rt ab- me (iviinii»..^". * > ... , LITTI-K ROCK-'..-. ,-St. tc .it. ban and form ,, A . T; . ... lr or Eiid Papc beg:.,. niMiibut.on ^^ dr; , r , ; ,, uror Eiid Papc beg:.!, cu.uiuuuu,, - " . any g oo dr; lr, -.-.Wednesday of *»'* '" U ^™«\ b^Ugercnts would favor Kr, g !,i^i- ties in gasoline turnhacK foi tht pasi because they would cont:o ; '.- ciuarter, the larsc.st i.llofmcnt .since | ^^_^ ^ prcvcnt Germany from m.,K ;, ; ,s,aeo of im.< Mi:-',-', refunding act -^ ^ . chascs in this country. Arrr--l riifilists r.'.idS. i .•..in:,: -• '"' - Military "','", .IT 1 ' '(IS i ..<""' -•'''• - Military au. Kl'lUH'tll Sport 1 I '.l ,,..,''„.; 1 . ; .: l ,U,-d d'.wn Wednesday ___ . ill.. ....... , Two St rmi Dailv •''But it is equally true.'' hc^ eel "that if we fail to take tne r..-ui;- : I have outlined, ar.d the i.-resc-nt. e:u- la\v is kept inUict, such ?-'.:'.•• '"'•'' ';,;• ;; ; :';j:;:•.":', S;?." Rediscovers the Damascus o Ohi( i.u t. v<i i >•" • • 11' "• It v.-iis forturiiite. Korrs a:-U,.'.i. J-.;-"in following our legal nf.nK a; U.M- vprf:ally recognized, v;e are ;.iiu- ; mad a law whicli will ir,o.-(> L'•.'•:.-' ki-ep us out of the war and aMhe :-.:;-- Uiv.e puts us on the side of )i..i::v.-i;. • and civii'.'.alion.'' Norris .-aid he "lei'VL-nii:-' i'---. S thi.i the couiso he advoc;,t,;-..i 1 After l-'ashioll Of i ^r.^.-'stan^'ni'.'t only h',,-i".',' ihe Ancients IK K-I;;,I H^in to yiui.--uo.-uch ^ , ;. il. - '.i'' iii- i- i! - 1 " M '' r> .'j priiin- re,,:-,-u v-hy v.o .-h---.. : . S:u...,! Ci-iii'. 1 '- •-'•''•" iiiii.-'." - -,i , j, f , ,.,,,. |, ; ..,,n,^od." ;Ji'-.nU;.{ I '';!^V^;^-;;•'• Mrs. W. »ies C-otton

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