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Hope Star (Newspaper) - July 28, 1941, Hope, Arkansas WorldWide News Coverage Given Impartially by Associated Press Hope Star The Weather ARKANSAS Partly cloudy Mon day night and Tuesday and continued VOLUME 42 NUMBER 244 SI or of 1899 Consolidated January 1925 JULY 1941 Newspaper Enterprise Assn Associated press I I mfltff f T It1 mm I I I I V V I fl3TT enterprise n rm I f Associated press PRIGE OC COPY utch Break With Japan M Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor WASHBURN to Be Jnitiative Nazi Invasion Forces Reported Using Tanks for Siege Tactics MOSCOW The Red army appeared to be taking the initative on several sectors of the Russian ficrman a miles fighting zone along which Soviet spokesmen earlier said the Nazi blitzkrieg had fight broken down to scigc A communique reported infi action of the Russian troops through the night in the direction of and in the central sector and at Zhitomir in the This report was a variation from the wording of previous communiques which mentioned only stubborn bat tles indicating that Russia now is more than defensive op The Red air fleet ns well as ground troops were said to be gradually swing ing into the The com munique cited several specific in stances of Russian thrusts against the ranging from local raids on invaders lines to a large scale at O Warplancs Overhead and No Fooling The war edges nearer all of us not because of what we read in the but because of what we actually see and and again on a twinmotored warplane the housetops of Hope flying fast and IV Thoy i00kctj but they were two different Ul Iff A Ench wns a Lockheed Hudson bomb KUNXIri ilUUCniA cr built in sold to Bri taini being flown to the war in full camouflage and with Britains I RAF markings in plain I flit Infi You m6ht have known they were IVllXIIIU neither civilian craft nor Army for when aircraft flits low enough to display its markings it is on special mission and exempt from the usual rules against hedgehop When those warplancs reach thc Atlantic as you they shut tle north to then make the long jump across thc ocean to And while there have been one or two crashes on the trans continental at last reports no plane has been lost on thc trans oceanic All this touches nnd brings us closer to thc realization that our country has an active interest in this For when you see thc product of American skill and America ma terials actually winging its way over seas what you read in the paper sud denly becomes vivid and Around the Town Observation of motorists making a righthand turn on a red light in Hope leads us to believe not many of them know what the law is on this Drivers plow through a red light and make n righthand without even slackening Thats a violation of the law in all cities having traffic The law requires all traffic to come to a complete stop in front of a red having come to a complete traffic wishing to turn right may proceed slowly into thc new stream of But the fellow in the other stream oT traffic has and you proceed into that traffic at your own Anyone making a righthand turn on a red light without first coming to a stop has simply run thc light and faces He ought to be pro bably will Jy WILLIS THORNTON In Midst of War Peace Men arc meeting in Washington who may hold thc internal pence of the Western Hemisphere in their Millions of people in both North and South America arc hoping that they will be able to work out a formula to avert war between Peru and Ecua Nazi Garrisons Attacked One detaahrnent ported to have attacked a German garrison city Z and driven out iShc Nazis in bloody street inflicting upon them some 200 cas Other units were said to have raided German artillery bat teries commonly placed behind the infantry and routed German motor ized The significant reference followed reports Sunday night that Germans were burying tanks for use as pill boxes because of fuel All evidence on thc Russian side in dicated that the German drive against Tioviet lines was draining the Ger man army strength and progress is coming to a halt in the sixth week of the Smolensk Fall Near BERLIN A Red army divis 20 Army Trucks Begin Moving Farmers Out 13 Tents Issued by County Reloca tion Committee 20 More Apply Twenty Army trucks nnd trnilcrs mnnned by 45 soldiers under command of Melvin Amen arrived in Hope at oclock Sunday afternoon from Camp Robin son nnd began work Monday helping farmers move out of the Southwestern Proving Ground Lieutenant Amen set up field head quarters at the Lee Garland home on the HopcBlevins highway to keep contact with his but will transfer headquarters to the Walker or Rowe homes on the Hope Washington highway beginning Tues the telephone lines on the Blevins highway have been cut to allow Proving Ground construction to Through traffic is cut on the Blevins and is being deloured east of Hope on 67 on a marked Where to Register Farmers wishing to use the trucks in moving should register at one of three Urreys or Lloyds stores on the Blevins or the Coun ty Relocation Committee fourth flour of the telephone Two men are on each but neighbors expected to help load and pack implements and other household and farm The trucks will move all farm articles except Lieutenant Amcns truckcommand on arriving in Hope Sunday after noon proceeded to Hope High School grounds and camped in the football around the stadium but not on the playing The men have been granted the use of eight showers and the dressing rooms in the athletic department of the high They sleep in their Proving Ground Takes Carrigan Estate Germans reported hut to the peoples of all without having the All Russian attempts to prevent peoples of the Western Hemisphere i e others They are all C fT sufficiently affected by the sweep ot I m T I lhc Wolltl without wnr o rt M Z ring among of the Nazi thrust to Moscow is growing to successful conclusions the German high command communique 4 The announcement also claimed that another Russian division was wiped out east of A Russian division normally official German news said that the knockout was delivered by a German tank division and that disclosed it had been moved at miles across the vast Russian spaces to bolster thc capitals On the Finnish front of Nazi push to the Soviet unions second largest the bulletin the Rus sian arc offering tough resistance but reported Earlier reports placed the Germans within 45 miles of On the southern end the report said armies of German and her al lies were in pursuit of enemies in spite of bad The average North American will do well to take no contemptuous tone toward this border dispute which has caused illfeeling between Ecuador nnd Peru for 100 will not do to A stupid row over a few I miles of jungle and let it go at To Peruvians and thc fate ot the vast interior territory of thc Orient of utmost It lies in the overthcmountains hin terland of both it is the outlet to the headwaters of thc Amazon it is potentially Danzig was not so important to Germany as the Orient to both of these Thc United States itself came to thc verge of war with Great Britain over our own northwest boundary at a lime when it must have seemed to any European a stupid dispute over an un trodden Yet because cooler heads prevailed Mottled A Mongol group of living in Rumanias seized by Rus sia a few months speak use thc Greek and arc COTTON the Associated NEW ORLEANS Open High Press August October Decernbej January March May July NEW YORK October December January May July Low Close Middling spot 11 AS Continued on Page Six CRANIUM CRACKERS Americas Leaders Not all the men who are lead ing the defense effort were born in From the clews can you name the country or state in which each of the following leaders was the and the position each holds William a Lithuania b Denmark c Sweden d William a Ohio b Ireland c Colombia d Fiorello La a Russia b Italy e New York d Philip a Illinois b Latvia c Denmark id Sidney a New York bj Lithuania c England d ou Comic Where They Eat Breakfast is being served them at 6 nnd supper at I by the Roosevelt delivered to the boys when their trucks are parked for the purpose on the city parking lot op cific City police give posite city hall on the Missouri Pa tliem an escort at this A box luncheon is furnished the soldiers for dinner in the Lieutenant Amens command has worth of equipment Manager Rommel Young of the Saenger and Rialto theaters was host to the boys Sunday night when he let them in free at the it be ing explained that this is near the end of lie a long way from their last payday and most of the soldiers arc The soldiers will be guests of Hope Star Monday being admitted free to the Saenger theater to see I Wanted On arrival here the 20 army trucks gascd with 500 gallons of gasoline at the Arkansas Highway department The fuel was furnished by the Highway Department on the orders of Homer to aid the Hempstcnd Yanks Good in Dark NEW YORK only two more night games scheduled this sea the New York Yankees are con vinced theyre pretty good at night even if they dont particularly like arc light The Yanks have won every nocturnal engagement this Star Photos Among thc farms taken by the Southwestern Proving Ground is the estate of the late Judge one of the famous plan tations of this lying south east of Comprising hundreds of it has been in thc possession of the Carrigan family for 80 and supported up to last week six negro all descendants of the Carrigitn The Carrigan estate is owned by three surviving heirs Miss Mary Dolph and all of The pictures were made by of The Star in com pany of Currigun on a tour of he plantation July just before the evacuation is the old Carrigan framed by magnificent Owned by Dolph Carrigan about 80 years Four genera tions of Cnrrigans have lived and ii has never been out of the familys graze on this woodid with a live of vvatcf u the is a typical sivccp of flccstuddcd bank loading down from the hill on wliicli family house stands to a great meadow And through he meadow winds a flowing cold stream that can be heard for u bundled miracle in July in this normally dry Follows British Move Freezes Assets Measure Also Breaks Oil Agree ment Which Is Vital to Japan Netherlands EastIndies agreement of last year whereby Japan was to get tons of oil annually from the Nether land EastIndies has been suspend ed by the Dutch and all monetary and commercial dealings with Japan were placed on a special permit The extent of the economic mea sure was outlined Monday at a sion of the peoples council of this Dutch colony by van di rector of economic who has been chief of the economic negoti tations with Blamed TOKIO The foreign officeV controlled Japan Time and Advertis er Monday described the United States as hostile and the leader in a grim economic battle against Japan as the Japanese press employed sharp er terms in attacking Washingtons economic Informed said the action of the Netherlands EastIndies in freezing Japanese assets follow ing the might produce far more consequence than the Amer ican Shuts off Oil Supplies Japan gets oil from the Dutch Ind ies and the shutting off of supplies might bring about drastic changes in the Far East The agreement wherebby Japan was to get oil was The Japanese privy council in the presence of Emperor Hirohiio fied Monday the JapaneseFrench ac cord under which Japan was moving planes and warships southeast Asia for further v A Word ing to Japanese news further encouraged the government to prepare to cope with any which may arise in the East Asia Vichy Announces Agreement was announced of ficially in Vichy Monday night that Japan will occupy two points on the coast of French IndoChina and sev eral points in the interior by agree ment with the Vichy The inland concessions are in An coastal region running most of the length of the colony and in China at the southernmost tip across the Gulf of Siam from Japanese troops were said also to have use of IndoChina roads and pos sibly railroads to move to newly ac quanited They already have bases in northern Officers to Philippine WASHINGTON In an ap parent move to strengthen Americas easternmost army post the war de partment Monday ordered 16 officers to duty in the Philippine the men ranging in rank from second lieutenants to captains will leave San Francisco about August They will travel either by army or commercial British Preparing NEW YORK The Berlin radio Monday night broadcast a dis patch from capital of Thia reporting that heavy British troops concentrations were arriving daily in adjacent to NBC heard the broadcast in New State Police Changes Here Sergeant Dillihunty to Head Hope District Sergeant Dillihunty will have charge of the local office of thc state police department it was learned here Monday aong with other transfers in the Charles formerly stationed here has been transferred to DeQueen and Herald Portcnield of the local office has been transferred to New Johnny Faulkner of Forrest City and Glen Garrett of McGehee will replace Porterfield and Boyd in the local Sergeant Frank form trly of this will have charge of the El Dorado Ivison who just completed his training course has been stationed at Camden and Otis Langston of will be station ed at Odd Ornaments In the 1800s wooden chop ping and other uten sils were painted with and and used as wall
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