The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1939 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Friday, August 18, 1939
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PAGE SIX Streamliner Tumbles Into Canyon BLYTHEVILLE, (ASK.) COURIER NEWS ^V-<^ v "v?H;J^ : r;^Ai^;^r^^^ /r '^'' "*j : . * 3 V* ^ * \ ! *?"!*&> ** Xi ^ X **^ y * e ' * *tS* ^ * A ^ ^l^V * .* * ( », "^ •/<> ^ V- P^J^i ; ^^TVtfH «; ? ^ •- * * i ^W' ^ % * f £>{ e /»>^* ^* V< *A ' ^**^^ V ^V!S^i /^^^l^: f :.v/ : - cs v;: W*T V^» .** • 1 'v;^.^^-*'^'-v 'i *^*ft "JlV<^ : .st «^\-*r>X^^;^. , V,., - 4, • • 'X-r Jv.-v, - ' ' ••/t'mgfV'-i&S ,/j*^* f ( ^A * ^.^* i^,.^*v.s%^-*. ,4&>.{ J ,,, ^atAfe' rf . * *4 Sfei4fw *?. &.„ «>«s. Speeding Southern Pacific, slrcnm- llne train, City of San Francisco, leaped from bridge over liumboldt river, 20 miles west of Ciultn, Nov., killing 21, injuring more than 70. Investigators found rails on bridge had been lambered with. Striking airvicw, top, shows twisted wreckae« jof. nvillion-c'ollar trnb> strewn: along.'the canyon bed. Below, cioseup of derailed cars alongside tangled bridge girders. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1939 Reward Brings Skunk Back 'Scarecrow' 'Ray Bolder Two-year-old Greg Mettle's pet skunk "Beau" is back home again in Columbus. O., as shown above, alter being at large In nelglibo: liood. Grandratlicr Mettle offered rcwnrd which pickaninny collected, bringing; animal home in his shirt. Everything is under control, for skunk Is descent—and desccnled. Casting Off Afflictions Several ol Oz," not the triumphs of the art of makeup will be seen in "The Wizard but that of converting Rny Bolgcr into the Scarecrow is least of them. Here he Is. nil rags, and wistfully wishing he had n brain. National Guard 'Attacked' " -" sv< > •'• -c.-.,^ -. ,„-,r.':Ki.'iM^M^'<^ i ?,-5»-• < d National Guard plane of Pennsylvania's 103rd Observation Squadron swoops down on sprawling jrachinc gunners atop famous Signal Hill near M anaSMSi Va. Realistic bombardment and rat-tat-tat of Buns makes combat exercises look like real thing. (Train Wreck Hero Dr E. A Belts, above. Perm blate professor and passenger on tram City of San Francisco, wrecKed in Nevada, gave fust aid to more than 30 crash v lc - tims. He is credited with saving lives of many. _Nazi Reply to Democracies' Air Challenge is answering the recent great expansion of the democracies'air fleets. Orphan Goes to Wonderland 'Go, Bjiirit, go! Oh, loose her'."—and Preacher Charlie Jessup -watches woman swoon, collapse In dramatic finish to '-toying- on of hands" healing sen'iee at Fellowship Revival tent church In Fort Worth, Tex. Jinnnie Jessup, 1 one of four evangelist brothers, catches subjects, stretches them out on sawdust floor. "When your knees get. weak, just. drop. It is the spirit of the Lord," .rays Preacher Jessitp. Cinderella story comes true for 1-1-year-old Pauline Phillips, fibove, of Kansas City, Mo. .jWho's oft to Hollywood with H other orphans lo be guest of :Llnda Ware, Bing Crosby's new • child movie star discovery. Armory Slaying Victim, Suspect Police seek 47-year-old Frank Japsynski, lower, Illinois National Guardsman, for questioning in shooting of 23-year-old Elsie Doolewerdt, top, of Harvey, III., found slain in 124th field artillery armory at Chicago. The young stenographer had kept rendezvous wilu Japsynski There^Was a Bal>y Who Lived In a Shoe •lhals , hl p-h«|h mnnwert boot that 2-^, old Mll , Jean r(MIelt „ ^ D c UOSP.UI «l,ere she „ flghl^ ^.ng.ene ,nr ttllon of thc fcct TI)e llcve, may mea,, ], er recoVLM . y Jack Carner-1 JeVl Rather Fish 7* T7 "xT T " a "' / Lt ^j/"' '^ r— ^ i .1 ,_ At last: After long months of waiting, Washington -weary Jack, i •ini-lielinct, dangles the line. Lower left, President lies his canoe to lop of Garner aims a his roadster. cast. Lower right, the Vies-

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