Oh, the humanity!
al- 70 HIED 10 FLY ON THE HINDENBURG Passengers Booked For Re - I turn Flight Wouldn't Believe ship Had Exploded MOST OF THEM WOMEN (By The Associated Press) Xew York, May 6 They thought it was a joke. Seventy men and women, watching their bags "weighed in" for the outgoing outgoing trip at midnight, wouldn't be lieve the Hindenburg had exploded. Waiting in the lobby of the Bilt-more Bilt-more Bilt-more hotel for the taxi trip to Lakehurst, Lakehurst, they grinned and giggled when newspapermen told them they wouldn't make the trip to Frankfort. Most of them were women, coronation coronation bound. "They're kidding it's their idea of a joke," a man cried. , But Mrs. Iva Mogridge of Philadelphia Philadelphia didn't think it so funny. "I feel terrible about what may have happened to all those passengers," passengers," she said, "but, selfishly enough, I'm sorry I can't make the trip, "I'd planned on this trip for months and the coronation. I was going to fly directly from Frankfort to England Now I won't make the trip." The trip was to be the first in an airship for Mrs. W. F. Sharpe, of Hartford, Conn. May Take Boat "What can I say? There'll be no trip, no coronation. I had no premonition premonition of this. Perhaps I can get a boat tomorrow that will get to (Continued on Page 16) i :