Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 4, 1939 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 4, 1939
Page 6
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PAGE.SITt HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, Od.obeii -•111 Hf M : - n _,*.>-,JHM»* ..-•..•.,——.—iU DREW MIIWLETON Al* London THOMAS l\ HAVi KIN* Al' AmMrrdam J. HILEY O'SULLIVAN Al' Ainstfrdiim \VADK WERNER \\ll I' HVVOf K Al' Moscow J MILO >1. THOMPSON AP Executive For Europe IK n CnonJinatin<r Coverag SOVIETi f UNION KOBKRT BI.NNE1.L.1- AP London J. C. STARK Al* London LOUIS P. LOriLNEK AP Berlin ALM,\ AP Berlin *\,-\' /^>> 5 »BBACOW tWOW . c ' CHARLES JL KLJNE AP London LV.\\ IIKIiN/KKLl.NG AP Itfi-lin FRED YANDKR.SUiMIDT AP London TAYLOR HENRY AP Par!-, JOHN P. M'<-KM<;m AP Li-lion LAHHY Al.l.K.N AP Madrid JMCHAKI) MA.SSOCK. v\P Home HOHKHT B. PARKEK Al' Bu<Jii]><-»( LLOYD A. LEHRHAS AP iiuclinrot \\. M. Mri;Al'I AP London EDWJN SHA.NKE AP Itcrlin MAX HARHELSO.N Al' London JOHN MAKTLN AP Puri^ <:HAKLI:S s. roi/rz JR. AP Paris EDWARD KENNEDY AP Home <:IIAKI.ES (il 1'TILL AP Ronnr CEOKCE AP <:. JORDAN Home RO1IERT OKIN AP London JA.MES C. OLDITELD Al' London nu<;n \VACNON AP Londoit The shades of 1914 are falling once more upon the world. Roads are choked wilh tanks and troops moving up to the "front." The banshee wail of air raid sirens sends civilians scurrying to shelter. Torpedoes streak their white feather of foam 011 the seas. Big guns roar.; Again the nations of Europe are locked in a great conflict whose outcome no one can foretell. The biggest news story since "The War To End Wars" is unfolding. Well informed Americans are making it a point to keep posted on the turbulent rush of events which are piecing out a grim new chapter of modern history. For an intelligent opinion, they want all the news-from the battlefields on land, the submarine zones at sea, from the warring capitals, the neighboring neutrals and the sensitive commodity markets of the world. This newspaper is fully prepared to bring its readers that complete story. It is prepared because it is a member of The Associated Press, the world-wide news gathering organization which today maintains the largest and most experienced news staff ever assembled in Europe. There are more than 2,500 alert correspondents on that stall-many times more than the number of men assigned to report the World War for AP a quarter of a century ago. Several outstanding members of this large, carefully coordinated news gathering army are pictured above. They represent only a few of the 110 American-trained newspaper men located in key spots lo cover the news as il occurs and lo direct the work of Ihe far flung auxiliary force of resident correspondents and accredited reporters. Many of the men have had previous experience with modern war, some dating back to World War days. t All these men have only one joh-to report the facts accurately, promptly and fully for ],100 member newspapers from Maine to Key West, from New York lo San Francisco, and to. reporl those facts without sensational embellishment or wartime hysteria, j The nvinnlc-hy-minulc reports of these correspondents are flashed into this newspaper's office day and night and our own staff hurries the dispatches lo waiting presses for regular or extra editions, depending on the gravity of the news. You will find the complete STORY of The Great War at your fingertips • in newspaper every day. I Hope Star A Member Of The Associated Press

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