Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 30, 1938 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 30, 1938
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS FHday, September 80,1938 As Europe's War Fever Infects Britain —NEA' Ra'dtorhoto . ,' V , As Great Britain moved rapidly to put herself on a h<»<is of complete wnV preparedness \oltiiiteers flocked 'to answer recruiting eppcals. The radiophoto above shows the, .first' group; ''at recruits ^porting foi: duty lit 'S-tiughton Barracks. Guildford. Have been sworn in a.iJ, "equipped.with riftcs and uniforms by the tiuarter : "mdtcr, they're "in the army new,", marching off "in charge c't-a-sergeant. ", 1805—"Stop Napoleon'." 1911—"Stop the. Kaiser"'. 1938—"Stop Hitler!" Down Ihe years (lie slogans change,' • but the fear of Englishmen of a single dominating power en the continent remains the same. It moved the .LiMidr.n nnli-Ilillei dcmcn.striitors pictured above to• battle ' with "mnutilcd police in their efforts to gel Into. Downing Slrcel. The camera snapped dramatic action n« a mounted policeman, unhorsed by the mob, strives lo regain control <:f the animal, which is plunging wildly in the crowd. Seventeen person wore arrested in tlic anti-Nazi demonstration. • ' : . . —NEA Radipholo • Before returning to I'aris from London where he and other French cfficials cooperated with the British government .in a final appeal to Adolf Hitler, Premier Edounrd Oaladier of France lauded President Roosevelt's personal peace plea. In the radiophoto above, the French mission is seen leaving 1(1 Downing Strcet i London. Left to right are pictured French Fprcipi Minister Georges Bonnet, Premier Daladier, General Marie Gustavo GaiKcllh, chief of the French army staff, and a diplomatic ad- 'visor. ' .. . • «*.o crewdcd has Prague, Czethoslo\akia, become with loy?l Czech, families who fled from their homes in V -Sudctonland towns that the giant Masaryk Stadium, where Uie great annual Sofcol gymnastic spectacles'are'held, ' has been turned into a relief station hi the photo alx>vc, C«rh -worn™ mid children, refugees from the guerilla raids oC Kcnrad Hcnlin's Nazi Free Corps,' arc <-hown rccti\hig cooking utcns(b and other snppUci from Red Cross relief workers. ." ''• inv6l> ing whole populations as it docs, modern warfare puts not only armed 'troops In danger but brings horror to good soldiers like the littio biond-haircd child above. 'Although .tender in years, its role in life is already that of a refugee fro'iv* strlfi> : tprn Sudctenland In Czechoslovakia. The photo was taken as the'child lay sleeping—nestled against a doll for er-in a Prague relief'station. ' With niany homes and shops wrecked in rioting between pro-Na-/.ls Sudeten Germans and loyal Czechs, the. Prague government maintains a constant patrol of Eger, former llvnleinist headquarters town. In the photo above,; Czech police guarding Eger's Market Place arc shown standing with bayoneted rifles before a wrecked shop. ®- Czechoslovakia!!* arc prepared lo fight "to the last breath and to the last man," declared former Senator VojUt IJencs, left above, as he arrived in New Yoik aboard the M. S. Batory. He is pictured with his (raveling companion, Colonel Vhidimjr Hufban, Czech Minister to the U. S. who is returning to his Washington post Senator Bencs, a brother ol President Eduard Benes of Czechoslovakia, will make a speaking tour i. f this country. Stewfirt. Mrs. Joe- Wilson and children of Schools across the border from Czechoslovakia have been turned into barracks, as shown in the photo, to cars for the thousands of Sudden GtrnifJi refugees who fled over the Ircntier into Germany following the tutlauing of ihe Nazificd Sudeten German party of KonraU Henlchi by the Czech gcveinment. llcn.ic-sized sketches of two fathers of (lie Ger- rran Fatherland—Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg (left! and Ucichs- fuchrer Adolf Hitler—mount guard over the refugees lolling on their ocds in the school-hall. Washington Mrs. J. P- Byers was shoping in Little Rock last Thuresday. Mrs. Lutlier Smith and Mrs. L. F. Monroe were Hope visitors on Sat- Hope last Friday. I Columbus s-x-nl the week end yith Mr. ' and Mrs. Bob Levins. 1 Loy Ward of Hope spent the week I end with Iii.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. I W. M. Ward. I Mrs. Emily Watkins. Mrs. June Pin| cgar and little son Billy, were Sunday | guests of Mrs. Clifton S'yndor in Ful| ton. I Washington people who attended the I St. Paul Homecoming Sunday were j Miss Mary CatUs, Mrs. Evelyn Hub- I bard, Let McDonald, Mrs. Luther ] Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Smith, Mrs. Gladys Erwin, Miss Grace Chil- Mrs. Lc-Roy Head and children of i dors. Mrs. Russell flowc. Miss Wilma Mr and Mrs. A. F. Simmons at- ElDorado are visiting Mi-, and Mrs. W. D. Walk ins. Miss Rfba May was shopping in Hope Saturday. i\fr. and Mr*. Cecil Wallace and little daughter of Willisville spent the week end with Mrs. L. V. Beck. ' Mi. and Mr.s. Lorenza Tate of Hope Fay Rowq, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nelson, Lynn Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Springs and little grandson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dudney, Paul Gean Duclnc.y and Mrs. Lat Moses. L-;t Holt of Rodessa, La., spent the week end at home. Mrs. Holt and Miss Nancy Clark returned to Rodessa . tended the Herapstead Ct-utity Fair injwejv week end guests of Mrs. Emijia with his Suu'Jay morning, returning in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. May and family spent Sunday with, relatives in Tcx- arkana. Mrs. Earl Bruce and Miss Mary Kath ryn Page are spending several days this week in Hope. The Washington Y.W.A. met Monday night al the home of Mrs. O. A. Williams with good attendance. The friends of A. N. Stroud arc i lo know that he is improving after a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dyers. Miss Nell Juan Bycrs, and Mi.ss Elizabeth Page spent Sunday with Mrs. E. H. Amon- netlc at Yancy. Mrs. Paul Dudney, Mr.s, Lat Moses, Mrs. Joe Jackson, Mrs. Bob Levins Mrs. Evelyn Hubbard and Miss Mary Calls attended a linen shower for Mrs. Claud Johnson, a recent bride. Tuesday afternoon in Hope. Mrs. Lee Holt. Mrs.. J. A. Wilson, Mrs. Luther Smith, Mrs. J. M. May and Mrs. W. H. Etter were Hope visitors Tuesday ultcrnoon. Beginning Monday MIIHDER TO MUSIC

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