VOL. 30, NO. 5218 GAL., THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1937--24 PAGES (TWO SECTIONS) filtered Â« second-clM* mttter (Per COPT. B*By 5c, fiaÂ»da!r. Oet, IT, 1932, at Pifsnt}, Cillf. (By Currier DetiÂ«ry SSc ' ZEPPELI BLOWS UP Most Of 100 On Craft Believed Killed In Blast Terrific Burst Of Flame* From Stern Sends Von Hindenburg Crashing To Ground As It Prepares To Land At Lakehurst, N. J. LAKEHOEST (N. J.}, May 6.--(ff)--ThÂ« big German Zeppelin Hindenburg burst into flaaes today as it prepared to alight at the naval air station on her first crossing of the .year. Aboard Aboard the Hindenburg were thirty-nine passengers, a crew of sixty-one, including several students. It was feared none of them survived. The sound of the explosion and the flames brought shrieks from many spectators who had gathered to see the ship complete complete her twenty-first safe crossing between the United States and Germany. Immediately afterward the great ship collapsed and fell Within a few moments there was nothing but a twisted steel frame collapsed on the ground. No estimate of the injured or dead was available immediately. immediately. The Zeppelin had been delayed several hours by strong headwinds over the Atlantic and a rainstorm which broke shortly before it was sighted here kept it aloft. Germany's Sky Queen Moored Ai LakÂ«vliurst lust Not Fail' ACIlPflOIECIGOrders Go To 0|[ Italian Fighters ROME, May 6.--W--Kalian war OFFICE Government Troops LTM TakeOver Barcelona In 'War Within War' EMU'S EDJTAYH: Sister Of Mary Miles Winter Collapses After Grand Jury Testimony LEGAL ROW WITH MOTHER RESULTS IN NEW QUIZ Mrs. Ftllmore Refuses To Answer Answer Question Did Parent Slay Director? (By The United Press) LOS AKGELES, May 6.---MfÂ». Margaret Fillmore. sister of Mary Miles Minter, was led from the county grand jury chambers in a . condition of virtual collapse aftef she had testified at a new investigation investigation into the 15-year-old mysterious mysterious death o.f William Desmond Taylor, Taylor, film director. Last night District Attorney Buron Buron JTitts seized two diaries at Misa Minter's home which Mrs. Fillmore. m a civil case deposition, had called "diabolical and pathetic" aad which she said "made Mary Actor's diary look like a postscript." Miss Minter and her mother. .Sirs, Charlotte Shelby, were present at the grand jury chambers waitm 0 * to be called. After Mrs. Fiilmore's testimony.