The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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FRIDAY, • MAY'.7, • 1937 In Telephoto ::I ' v Pictiii|||' TWP * '"F^J _ __ . .. . The Hindenburg is shown as it arrived over New York.en route to Lakeluirst where it met disaster , -Acme Telcphoto ^W^.i^^'^WIHfi^'&f^" ™™** s ^* i v* s *>** g **> i * t ™* - ~ - v ' 1 B&i :; ^ '•/ mmm®&:'-\ ...-^.^^v Shocked licyoml speech—terribly injured—this survivor of the Hfiuleubui'g djsnslur is.being given.: : -livKt;aid: spot. Ilisi fnec reveals his injuries, The expression on the fiicc of the. spectator''holdiJig'liim''i : clloels'-tho^Uorbi 1( 'exi)'orill iuncud by those who saw deal)) drop from lhe slues. ' ••''.• ''' As' 1 the Hindcnburg exploded at Lakehurst, N. J-, last night, an Acme Tclcphoto photograplier—his caiifcra fociiKcd on the mammoth dingiblt—snapped the above pictuie, one of the mo^t icmaiKable ne\\s shots c\ei taken The an--hip \\asdioppmghei lines to be haulr' into the na\\ mooim,? mast, and photogiapheis ^eic following a loutmc ,»s ign mcnt. SuddcMily the explosion demolished an entire section of the dirigible's structure and the "Flying"Hotel" .burst into a mass of flame. Rushed to New York, this picture was sped across the continent by Telephoto to'appear here with news oi' the disaster. -, —Aciiic Telenhoto (ponlinucd p planted to justify It, Mr./LiUle jias agreed to a&sist' thciiV hi ' combine oii..a,.coonpraUv.c. basis. 1'resfent. p.lans 'hKlicate that ab'otit 20 will v.aht h 'shnf; in bership of the Gosncll club is made up of children from these farms. An active local Farm Bureau at Gosncll, .which is largely responsible for trie Rural Electrification iirojc'cl underway in that conimu- lytv, has maiiy Reciitin tenants ns me.inlicrs.., sixteen ,pf them have bJjeli ciirbllst! in the riant to Pros- ix|ri contest.. '• Active Homo Demonstration cliibs have been largely rdsponsilile" for ,the live-at-lioinc prpgrtiin. ,'. •'-•' ... alird';i r pu(h's Need (UP)—Crime commlUcd ,by boy'.s cauuot, be cured by reformatories'.nor penitentiaries in lhe opinion.. of. Earl p. Stanza,-St LONDON. (UP)—Nearly i 200 per sons in the-British Isles 7 arc oul- aws and,. according to; la\v, may ;e shot on sight. ( ership., reducing the csst per share ! -°U' s . President of .Optimist Into about 010 each. With "two ysars ernatlonal. His solution is "a; fair lo pay, c:iiy $15 would"be required chance . for the boys to earn an this year. An operating..fee would loncs t living." lie charged to pay. the operators, the fuel, oil and repairs,' which ; is estimated to coat- only 15 cents per bushel. Practically all, of the tenants' children'of club age have access to and arc enrolled In 4-H clubs- Miss Ilcchtin has been responsible for developing some of the outstanding •!-H club leaders of the co\:nly through her cncouragetnent by offering various prir.?s for outstanding achievements -in the club projects, particularly horns improvement. Miss Lola Thompson, who lives on one of Inc.farms.and-has been.a leading. 4-H club girl ol the county, now local leader ol the Promised Land. club,, says "Whenever^Miss' Rec'htiiy.visits Jier farms one, of, the first' things"jshr wants to know Is how the 4-H club is progressing." ' About 30 per cent;of. the-:mem FUAPPER FANNY %pi By: Sylvia Wrapped in flarne.s, the Hindenburg crashed to earth at I as it settled to the ground. SO KPOF, "Handy Mar." T.uilds Itomc PA1NESVILLE, O. (UP)—Vlclor ,ong. altliongli not a carpenter, > rapidly completing construction of p. new lv.o-:itory home. Reau- i^.rly employed in a railroad car Long has done all of the '.vori; uimirtcti. with Hie exccplion cu^cd o[ forcing of plumbing and clcctrlcnl wiring.' rioter in France. ^Jan Tried Over Fence PAIIIS (U! J )—To avoid the ex- pcnric of cxttadilion proceeding, Ernest Barniclie. 69-ycar-olcl Bel- Bian. was tried [(cross ft fencn that marks the Frnnco-Bclglnn frontier [it Hogissavt. Barnichc was : ac- bank- alcchtirst last night. This picture shows the .giant'dirigible j ; .• .—Acnie^ Telep.hoto. | \ .... RcaU Courier News JJUOW Oil »io*iA,iuiNa! "You've been into my candy again." ' "Aw, Farmcy, I didn't ;thinl< you'd miss il if 1 took just | a HUie bile out of each piece." STEELE, MO. ALL TAX PAID MOW. MAY AMERICAN LEGION nmror Cu. Past A'o. 88 NLICHT DANCE TRIP A /so Free Premiums Worth Ic Per Gallon I Vo»r Friends on lite "Cn/iifoJ" Super 72 ' Hi-Test -1100^ Anti-Knock , rl' All Tax:Paid- Kerosene in 30 gal, lots , White Gas in 30 gal. lots ... 24-Hour Service

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