Walter & Margaret Hindenberg

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of A In otganlaa- In Its of Ja-reckl. ZEP STARTS TRIP TO U.S. Hinricnburg Scheduled Arrive in Lakehurst Saturday. FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, CER MANY.-..! MANY.-..! MANY.-..! Motois of ths Hin-denbuia Hin-denbuia Hin-denbuia were nut through Hnsl teals We.lnee.lar and pronounced ready for lha glsnt altahlp's first North American rrulaa whirn osgan Wrdneaday night with BO paaaen sera and a nugs cargo aboard. Ths Zennelin Is due to arrive al Lakehurst. N. J., Beturday aner noon. An extra motor waa taken aboard ana Uebnacsi appliances glvea a last tuning. More hydrogen gas was placed In the bags and two and one half tons of foodstuffs shlppsd. Krkener W ill be Aboard. Ths passenger list Included Sir Hu bert Wllklns, the explorer, and Lady Wllklns; the Rev. Fr. Paul rVhulle. a Roman tainouo priesi who ob tained special permission from the pope to hold mass dally aboard the Irahlp; Ministerial Director Karl Rltter of ths German foreign office; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Leeds of New York, and I-ord I-ord I-ord Mayor Frits Kreba of Frankfort. Although Ir. Hugo Eckener, fa mous Zeppelin designer ana com' mender, was aboard lha Hlnden burg as on its recent maiden voy age to South America, the ship again waa under the control of Capt Ernst A. Lehmann. Broadcast to He Relayed. All Germany Is expected to listen Thursday evening to a special wire lens telephone conversation between Capt. Iehmann and Commodore Zlegenbeln, commander of the New York-bound York-bound York-bound liner Bremen. The Bremen, Bremen, already at sea, Is due In New York Friday. The conversation was! expected to take place between 10 p. m. and midnight (3 and 5 p. m. Bloomington time). Other wireless reports will bs ex changed between the Hindenburg and both Friedrichshafen and Lakehurst, Lakehurst, so actually four aending sets will be In operation. In addition, three short wave dl rertlonal senders will operate from Berlin toward the United States to relay the broadcast, but If weather conditions are favorable the listen ers In America may hear the Hin ilenburg and Bremen directly. JO

Clipped from The Pantagraph06 May 1936, WedPage 1

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)06 May 1936, WedPage 1
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