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MGESIX HOPE STAR, HOpfe, ARKANSAS Wednesday, OctoWi 'Crises 1 Are Stepping Stones on Hitler's Path to Power By PAUL ROSS NBA Sen-ice Staff Correspondent Adolf Hitler today stands on a height of power achieved by few—if any— other men before him. His slightest action brings international repercussions. His merest utternace is studied down to the last syllable by apprehensive statesmen. The heads of powerful nations fly to meet him at his suggestion. Though the immediate danger of war seems to be past, a word from Adolf Hitler could plunge the world into the most frightful strife in its history. How did the one-time house-painter maneuver himself into this position? Leader of a malcontent group since 1920; co-leader of the abortive and comical but prophetic 1923 "beer hall" putsch in Munich; advocate of a program which promised all things to all men such as abolition of capitalism to the workers and retention of capitalism to the capitalists; hypnotic orator; stooge for some of Germany's most powerful bankers and industrialists— Adolf Hitler was finally called by President Von Hindenburg to take power on January 30. 1933. Within 60 days, he transformed his legal Chan- cellorship into a dictatorship. The day after he became Chancellor. Hitler dissolved the Reichstag and set March 5 as the date for a new elec- WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calomel—And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go The liver should pour out two pounds of liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn' t digest. It just decays in the bowels. Gas bloats up your stomach. You get constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you feel sour, sunk and the world looks punk. A mere bowel movement doesn't get At the cause. It takes those apod, old Carter's Little Liver Pills to Bet these two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel "up and up." Harmless, gentle, yet amazing in making bile Mow freely. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills by name. 25 cents. Stubbornly refuse anything else. HHfl Government COTTON LOANS Quick Service Immediate Payment Bring your Samples to ME. TOM mm A Government Licensed Classer. Hope, Ark. ANEW SERVICE "ECONOMY BUNDLE" Pound Includes Everything SHIRTS—DRESSES— FLATVVORK, Etc. Washed and Ironed Phone 148 COOK" LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Every House Needs Westinghouse & Radios | Refrigerators * Washers | Cabinet Ironers J Hand Irons | Percolators ' Sandv/ich Toasters | V/affie Irons Hope Hardware COMPANY Mftrch 11. Hitler scored his fcrealest triumph by marching his army into Austria nnd completing thc "ansch- Kiss." Once more, France nnd Brnltin failed to act. Austria had hardly been digested when Nazi agitation was renewed for "autonomy" for the Sudeten-German nreacs of Czechoslovakia. And again Europe teetered on the edge of war— and Hitler's will. lehmsf the Scenes in Washington By Rodney Dutcher The four-power conference of Great Britain, France. Italy and Germany having granted him virtually all he demanded of Czechoslovakia, Adolf Hitler saunters from the conference hall, the Fuehrerhaus iii Munich, Germany, very much the victor—without having fired a shot. Directly behind him, in the radiphoto above, marches Heinrich Himmlcr, chief of thc German secret police. tion. At the strategic moment—February 27—the Reichstag building suddenly burned down. Although a half- witted Dutch Communist was later beheaded for this crime, there is a widely-held suspicion that Nazis set the blaze going. In any event, it provided Hitler with the excuse he needed. The following clay he obtained from v.on Hindenburg a decree abolishing freedom of speech, press and assembly, privacy of mail and telegraph. Death became the penalty for various political offenses. The day after, the republican flag was abolished by decree. Next, Hitler's storm troopers arrested his political opponents by the thousands and either executed them or put them in concentration camps. Those who could, escaped. With the opposition leaderlcss, the Nazi party swept the elections and brought in a rubber-stamp Reichstag. Eighteen days later this Reichstag gave Hitler dictatorial power and voted itself and the democratic form of government out of existence. Persecution of thc Jews had been organized en a national basis in the meantime. Later thc Socialist and Communist parties were banned. Among thc first moves of Hitler in thc international field was withdrawal of Germany Crom the League of Nations and the 1933 disarmament conference, both on October 14. Four days later Hitler demanded the right to arm the Third Reich and to build forts like France's. On June H, 1934. Hitler laid the foundations for the "Rome-Berlin axis" by conferring with Benito Mussolini in Rome. That same day. he announced a moratorium on German payments of war debts. Two weeks later, on the 30th, armed squads of faithful Nazi slew scores of other Nazi who were planning to revolt against Hitler. Also shot were a couple of generals in the German Army which had been resisting Hitler secretly. Cn August 2, Paul Von Hindenburg died and the last obstacle for Hitler was thus removed. He made himself President, as well as Chancellor. Hitler's first international victory came on January 13, 1935, when the Saar region, long separated from Germany by the Versailles Treaty, voted heavily to return to the Reich under a plebiscite authorized by the Treaty. Having used the Treaty to his advantage. Hitler then denounced it on March 16 and told thc world that Germany wiis introducing universal military conscription. France and England did nothing. Almost a year later, on March 7, 1936, Hitler violated the Locarno Treaty by inarching his new army into the de- WASHINGTON-nehind all maneuvers of the U. S. government in relation to war-clouded Europe has been the strong belief, firmly held by thc man in the While House as well as other officials, that Hitler is aiming toward a German war of revenge against France. This conviction nurtures a certainty that ci'iicossions lo Hcrr Hitler will only strengthen Germany's economic powcr, her war machine and her prestige toward thc day when France will be attacked and Britain will come to her defense. Hence the curiously complicated administration policy of trying to make it appear that the U. S. would not have stood by in complete neutrality if England ancl France had insisted on a prompt showdown with Germany und Czechoslovakia. Mr. Roosevelt ancl Secretary Hull went on thc theory that the only thing which might dissuade Hitler from, further aggression would be a threat i of British-Fiench-Russian military i opposition plus vague threats of some-! thing or other which might bc done 1 by the U. S.. They felt Hitler had been encouraged by assurances this country would cause him no trouble. But their efforts to counteract that impression in Berlin obviously were bound to be useless unless Britain herself made thc strongest and most convincing threats. A sort of corollary American policy developed, based on hope thai strong declarations by Roosevelt and Hull, aimed at Hitler, Might "put spine" in the British and Franch. But public ORDINANCE NO. 533 An Ordinance to Be An Ordinance Entitled: An Ordinance Fixing the Annual Payment to Be Paid By thc Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company, A Delaware Corporation, In the City of Hope, Arkansas, For the Use 'sentiment for pence nnd Isolation prevented Roosevelt ancl Hull from soy- Ing anything strong enough to bc effective. tUtlcr Doesn't Scare Easily Answering the question why the government couldn't mind its own business, White House and State Department counsellors sny its very much the business of the U. S, to work for world pence ,to obtruct efforts of dictators to wipe out democracies, and to use every diplomatic effort to avert a day when the U, S. might stand almost alone in n world of aggressive war machines with guns pointed nt the western hemisphere. The hope Hitler could bo scared or bluffed nt the time was Washington's best bet for peace. American diplomats don't share the belief of some high British officials that Nazi Ger- many cnn be dtpcnded on to spend her strength ngnlnsl Soviet Russlft In- stend of seeking complete European domination by nn nttnck on Prance. Although hnrdly in n position to egg England on to n stronger stnnd, officials kept their fingers crossed as inspired cablegrams reported England had threatened military co-oncrntion with France in case of invasion of Czechoslovakia. They knew better. When Germany first began maneuvers equivalent to mobilization, both Roosevelt nnd Hull made speeches they hoped would directly affect Hitler's plans. The effect hasn't been noticeable. But it's contended at the Stntc Department that the government did all it could. Peace Through Trade Pacts? Stronger gestures, in keeping with thc present neutrality laws which thc administration wants repealed, might have been made. The State Department might have invoked the 1921 peace treaty which forbade shipment 1 ) of munitions to Germany. But Hull recently denied publicly that his department was violating the Inw in issuing licenses for munitions exports to Germany nnd apparently no such step wns contemplated. Faced with proof thnt strong words nnd solemn admonitions hnve no dissuading effect on n man like Hitler, thc Stnte Department fnlls back on its only concrete, program designed lo promote world pence. Tills is the program of international trade agreements so dear to Secretary , •'Its effectiveness as a pence program may bc duoblful. Hull and his associates, nevertheless, insist it's the only constructive effort tlnllties for pence now this worried world. OPENING SPECtM| This coiipon good for 1 f JMtne 6 Blllnrds clip and UK* ttf CtltNER'S Bir.LARD VHd DOMINO PARLdMUV J Next door to New Ttlt«ie> SEE JETT \V1U,rAM8 ;, For Quick Service uhcii <W*ktli« yon i- Government CotlottKLoans. Classed by n Government IJk*ns«d Clnsscr. 108 South Wiiliuit Schus'chnigg to a meeting, in Berchtesgaden Germany and demanded an ul t ^ Kilml ^ ror lnc usc increased share in the Austria govern- \ ot thc Public Streets. Alleys, Ave- ment for Austrian Nazis. Squeezed to' - ' the w;ill by internal disorder and outside pressure, Schuschnigg gave Hitlcr an Austrian cabinet with five pro- Nazis in it. But thc Nazi disorders increased and one of Hitler's followers in the Austrian cabinet "invited" Dcr Fuehrer to give the country "protection." On Legal Notice nucs, Public Grounds and Places In Said City Necessary In Furnishing Natural Gas to the Inhabitants of the Said City Of Hope, Arkansas, nnd For Other Purposes. WARNING ORDER J. P. McIVER. THP „„,,„„„,,, CHANCERY BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS: Section 1: That the Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company, a Delaware corporation, its successors and assigns I (hereinafter referred to as "Gas Com- I pany"l shall continue to .operate dts natural gas system in the City of Hope, ° f Arka "« s 'hereinafter referred and thc EMORY McIVER, ct al Defendants tion and appurlenanccs used in or incident lo serving natural gas and to thc maintenance of a natural gas ,• Mclver, Her- j business and system by the Gas Com- •t D u ,„ ,v „ £ Walbcrt > his rany in said City shall remain as now wife. Ruby Walbert, Robert Rowe and cons t m ctcd, subject to such changes Helen Rowe, his wife Mary Kirgan, as may be considered necessary by thc Dennis Hurt and Icy Hurt, his wife. 1 City in thc exercise of its inherent Vfinn ^"r 3 "' ! m ° S A ." dcrs °" a " d , Power and by thc Gas Company in Mma Anderson, his wife, Charlie the conduct of its business; and said ?'1 rm w^ , , C ^ arnl M?',l liS Wife ' G;us Col11 P a »y "hall continue to ex- John Walbert tmd Eh/a Walbert. his| crci . sc iLs ri ght to place, remove, con- wife, Lucy Humes, Mimic Gaston,! f i Fanny Fields, W. P. Cawthon I m TT , , ,,. T» ! * lllv » 11104IHC11II I U ""f, 1 ! W ', ""I"'' ,, Ui ', th " Yarbcrry and appurtenances and reconstruct, extend maintain its plaivt, mains as the busi- m U10 D "?" B " d ..9f rro ". and "*** »n" Purposes for which it is Willie Mac Garrett, his wife, Dclmcr Garrett and Alvina Garrett. his wife, may be incorporated may from time, to time require along, across, on, overrl rii i/-< i-ii •••-'<••••"- iv-m-tn i,- (iivjn^, <i\_i (jso Edward Garrett, Reba Strange, H. T. • Bnd lhrougn „„ the public , . . c Fields and Vergic Fields, his wife, , leys and the public grounds and places' Edgar Anderson and Nola Anderson, | within the limits of said City as the his wife, Myrtle Peek Jessee. Emmettj gamc from limc to tilnc ma * bc ™« Anderson, Elam Anderson and Ina tablished. Anderson, his wife, Eudora Hurt, Enola Clcmmons, Houston Walbert and Section 2: That for the privilege, of usins< thc public streets, alleys, .,,,,,, , • -. - .—. u.->iiit^ intj jniuuu sirccus, alleys, ave- Ada Walbert h,s wife, Vergic E. Gib- nucs , public grounds and places in Ihe =^n?±f.. u?.£_ r h ^. rnC .! t ,. W , i j!.^ rl i City . of . H "P C ' Arkansas, neccs-^ry in and Dorothy Walbert, hi.s wife. Velimij jurnishing natural Suffcrn and Louis Suffcrn, his wife, Vora Walbert, Elsie Walbert, Mary Collins, Homer Peek, Lea Peek, J. gas lo the inhabitants of siiid City, and the fur-' ni.shing, selling and distributing of natural gas within thc said City of, I militarized Rhinclci Again. France Radtord Peck, Roy Peek. Clara B. Hope. Arkansas, as a public utility.,, COODC, Mary E. Karnes, Ada Anderson, the Gas Company shall (a) furnish to! Anna Shclton, Bessie McElfresh, thc City free of all charges to the City Amanda Christy, Manic Minnix, all gas consumed by the City in op-! Haties Janes, Helen Janes Newsom,! crating ancl heating the City Hall Ihe W. P. Janes and Lucy F. Janes, his I City Jail and thc Fire Station, pro- wife. T. A. Janes and Zula E. Janes, vidcd that the same does not exceed his wife. James Muncie Janes, James five hundred thousand (500,000) cubic; Martin Janes, Marvin Bucll Janes and; feet per year. Gas consumed by thc I Mrs. Ina Janes, his guardian, Roy C. j City for use'in thc City Hall City Anderson. Frank W. Jackman, R. L. Jail and Fire Station in excess of, Jackman and Velma J. Jackman, his five hundred thousand (500,000) cubic! wife, Wood ford W. Jackman, Ida, feet per year shall be paid for at the' Blankenship. Daisy Roscnbaum, Fini.s icgular commercial rate. 'Ihe Gas Roscnbaum and Lucile Roscnbaum,' Company shall not bc required to his wife, Othcl Rosenbaum, Oleri furnish free gas lo thc City for fuel or Roscnbaum, Annie Mae Burnett, O. C.! heat in connection with thc operation Hurt and Mr.s. O. C. Hurt, his wife, ' of the municipal water 'and light M. G. Hurt and Mrs. M. G. Hurt, his j plants. The Gas Company shall nlso wife, Schoolin Hurt and Mrs. Schoolin | (b) pay to the City within fifteen (15> Hurt, his wife, Allie Kuddleston, Mrs.! days after the and England did nothing. In the meantime, on June 18, 1935. England signed an agreement with Germany permitting the latter to build a navy. On January n. 1937, Hermann Wilhelm Gocring made -A trip to Rome to consult with Mussolini. The "Rome- Berlin axix" was publicly announced. There were subsequent meetings between Hitler <.nd Mussolini. In the early weeks of 1933, Austria wa.s in such a state of turmoil that it vn-n apparent things were; coming to a head. On the 12th of February, Hitler summoned Chancellor Kurt von [Government Cotton Loans Quick Service— Immediate Payment Co tic n Classed by E. C.Brown, Licensed Government Clussfr iii Our Office. E. C. BROWN & CO. passage Ordinance the sum of Six of this Hundred Lewis Masby, Mrs. E. A. Stinson, Robert Hurt and Mrs. Robert Hurt, his wife. Mrs. Wylic Scott, Mrs. Corclie Ault. Mrs. Maggie Monroe, Mrs. Maude Hodge, Mr.s Amma Petty, Clyde Hurt, . . „..,., „ and Mrs. Clyde Hurt, his wife, Mary j (his Ordinance remains in force, said Addie Aveni, Eliza Mclver, Annie | payments to be in lieu of nil other Mclvcr. Lenna Mclver Buchanan, 1 taxes, licenses, charges, fco.i or impo- Marvin Mclver and Mrs. Marvin Me- ' Dollars ($600.00) and a like sum on thc first day of July. 1939, ancl Six Hundred Dollars ($600.00) on thc first clay of each July thereafter so long as A t- : _. f~\ i • . • . . . . Tver, hi,. fe, Catherine Mclver, •sition:- 'other than the usual or special ad valorem taxes.) which might be John Mclvt-r and Mr.s. John Mclver, legally imposed by the City under the his wife. Joe D. Mclver and Mrs. Joe authority conferred by law. D. Mclvcr. hi.s wife, Alton Mclver and | Section 3: All other Ordinances, Mrs. Altai, Mclver, hi.s wife, Stella parts of Ordinances and agreements Mclver, .Mir.nic Mclver. J. R. Mclver between the City and the Giu Comand Mrs. J R Mclver, his wife, Joseph | pany in conflict herewith are hereby William Mt-Iver and Mrs. Joseph rejK-aled. William Mclvt-r. his wife, the unknown deceased, the heirs of E'j unknown ii ceased, the force ~et;tion 4: The said Ga:s ihall have fifteen (15) days fro f frank Hurt, de- after its passage and approval to file unknown heirs of Fannie i its written acceptance of tln.^ Or- Anderson .MtGlas.son, deceased, the , dinance with the City Clerk. ;-i,J U p. unknown heir.-, of Roy C. Anderson, | on iuch acceptance being filed this, deceased. ;,;xj the unknown heirs of Ordinance shall bu considered < A. W. Mel-, vr, deceased, and each of' ing effect and being in full them, arc K'.-r'-by warned to appear in 1 from and after the date of its Lhi.s Court .vuhin thirty days arid and approval by the Mayor. Miswer the complaint of the plain- j Kissed and approved tin's 4th day of I October 1938. d and .seal a.s clerk 1 Published in the Hope Star tin. hi.s 27th day of Scp- day of October 1938. ] Albert Graves RALPH BAILEY . Attest Mayor ck-rk j T. R. Billingsley tiffs hereu Witness, nv. of said court ternber. 1938. 1938 PENNEY'S YEAR BUSINESS IS GOOD AT PENNEY'S WAR IS OVER! PEACE IS IN THE AIR! PRICES ARE BOUND TO GO UP! Here at Penney's we have a store loaded to the rafters with merchandise bought at the all timcl low of last Spring ... No wonder business is popping. No wonder we are expecting the greatest! October in Years! The lowest prices since 1933! What more do you want! Hurry down toj morrow and stock up before the selection is gone. We'll haxe extra salespeople to serve you. ECORD TOBER COMPARE! Quality and Style Pcnncy's Finely Tailored Men's Suits Single or Double Breasted Models Rich Fall Fabrics See Them Now More Arrived For This Great Month. Ladies Plnln Tailored or Fur -Trimmed COATS Don't Make Your Purchase Until You've Seen These. $14,75 A SAVING! .Tfi-lnch Heavy Fancies or Plain OUTING FLANNEL lOc yd FOR GIRLS Novelty Sport SWEATERS S1.98 Ladies Fall Jean Nedra DRESSES S3.98 Special Purchase! Oirls Plain Tailored or Fur Trimmed COATS Tailored Like * m no Mothers *f Sec Them today and Use Our Lay-Away Plan. Sept '&, Qct 5, 12 15. City Clerk. Boys' Finely Tailored 2 Pant SUITS Made Like $"7.00 DAD'S I — Handsome and Hard Wearing. CHILDREN'S PULL-ON BOOTS E± fo Size 8 You Can't Equal This Value. 40-inch Brown Honor DOMESTIC lOc Hope's Favorite 39-inch Novelty Printed Sorority Crepe yd 49c Just Arrived! Again Every Size in Hope's Favorite Cynthia Slip , Misses Wedge Heel Crepe Sole OXFORDS .J1.98 It Pays to Use the Best! 81x99 Nation Wide SHEETS ,74c Early Purchase! Ladies Outing Gowns ea 49c New Patterns, 54-inch DRESS and COAT WOOLENS yd $1.49 Ladies Capeskin Pull-On GLOVES p All You Can Put in a Bag Quilt Scraps Ladies Brassiere Top Bemberg Princess SLIPS 98c 2000 yds Fast Color 36-inch PRINT yd lOc Ladies All Leather Platform Sole and Heel—Pump or Tie SHOES P ,$198 70x80 Double Cotton Plaid BLANKETS , $100 Ladies Rayon Striped Cotton BLOOMERS 25c 70 x 80 Part Wool Double Blankets Plaids $1.66 Compare Anywhere Peiincy's Fnmous Chiffon HOSE .First- Quality Full Fashioned New Fall Shades 49c Slight? Soiled Higher Priced BATH TOWELS 15c Special Purchase You Can't Afford to Miss! Children's UNIONS 25c ea Children's 2 to 8 PLAYSUITS 49c MEN'S 12 Lb. WINTER UNIONS 59c Mothers Know Its True Blue SHIRTS Fo t'cH Boys' Novelty Wool Dress&'-'l PANTS pr MEN'S SANFOKI/KI) SHRUNK COVERT PANTS 69c Boys' All Wool Jacket SUITS 2to8 $ 2_ JUST LIKE DAD'S— Boy's Crepe Sole * OXFORDS Pr $1-91 Men's 8 oz. Cotton Work GLOVES P , 5c Boys' Black Cowboy BOOTS P J298 A Challenge Value! Heavy Cotton 80x105 " BEDSPREADS $1.00 Ladies Novelty Rayon Night Gowns ea 98c A Special Purchase—100 Doz. 17x35 Heavy Turkish Bath Towels ea 5c Boys' Novelty School & Dress SWEATERS $298 Arrived Today! Heavy Quality Outing Flannel Children's 2 to 8 All Wool SWEATERS $1.49 Close Out—1 Lot Ladies House Shoes pr 250 Men's New FALL Fur Felt Marathon HATS $3.98 Men's Fall Top Flight Shirts All Si7.cs Hope's greatest Shirt Value. Whiles, Fancies Sixes 11 to 20 98c Ladies Accordian Pleated Rayon Panties 25c 72x84 Goose Down Filled COMFORT Boys' Novelty Popeye Sweat Shirts 49c ea 72x90 Hudson Bay 4-point ALL WOOL SINGLE • BLANKET $131 Just What Men Want— A Suede Leather COAT $9.90 Comparable to Any Dollar NECKTIES 49c Men's Novelty Broadcloth PAJAMAS $1.49 Men's Black or Brown OXFORDS >>r $298 (WHERE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES

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