The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25,:-1933 BLYTIIEVILLK, • (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAQB mn Soviet Parades Its Might Start of Daring Stratosphere Flight Turk on" Edge A red letter day in Russian history was the 10th anniversary of the Bolshevist revolution. In celebration of' the occasion thousands ol gray coated troops lined up In Moscow's Red Square, as shown here, in an impressive display of military, strength. Never, Never Rock This Cradle Villa's Daughter Lives in Want Pretty Frances Jones, Mis ml, Fin., bathing beauty, hasn't so much "3 wot her Icot, but the turk she' holding U in hot water! Tho bird —n prlts snow wUUo gabblar—li shown trying to steel himself to that ordea) on ThkGltsglvlug 'Buckets' and €onl Straining at mooring lines held by her ground crew, the big gas bag which carried Lieut. Com. T..G. W. Settle and his aide, Ma). Chester H. Fordney, on their stialosphcre flight is shown outside the yawning doors of the Gooilypar-Zcpvcliii alrdocfc at Akron, O. In the 'photo, taken just before' the start of the flight, attendants arc seen steadying the ylobnhir gondola In which Keltic nnn Fordney were to seal themselves when (iicy Invaded rarlficd atmosphere, miles nbovo tlie earth. Shucks! All This Work For a Corn Crown Father wlll"be glnd to "niliitl" tile cradle—11' it's one like pretty Elvlru. Peterson resurrected In Cnllfovnln for this demonstrations of how to pour wine In the most np|>rovccl manner. Red wine is stored on Its side, sediment, forms, ami the antique cradle carries,' uncorks and serves the wine wllhoul dlsUnVne Hie dregs. Well, Well - - A Crooner Gets Rich! :-..V:C 5$*H ,V ^&^i!-iga^:-'.'y:-.-v*:TMi.-\^ Fifty thousand clamoring fans cheered 18 corntieJd aces as they beat, a machine gun tattoo against bangboards in the annual conriusking "world pi-ries" at West. Point, Neb. Out jf the gruelling 80- minule contest, Sherman Henril-sen, stnlwart Lancaster county Nebraskaii, cmergeri victor .shucking 27.624 blifhels. Weary but still smiling, HcnnKsen is shown at the right with Harry Brown, second place winner. Jobless and penniless. Celia Villa, pretty, 18-ytar-old daughter ol i Pnncho Villa, once rebel terror of Mexico, has bjfm revealed living k In (ihsrnriry in PI Paso. Tex., .with an uncle. Ronvcd'in luxury and M'inairri hv nr>vat» tutors, she was left nothlnj.of the vast wealth • if her fallii": when he was slain in 1923. Celia' is '. a . ranianl, bro\vn-eycd urunet. Plans Ether Hop in Open Balloon Reign Is Ende^cl By- Assassiii- The four-year reign of King Nadir Khan, above, liallcd as "The. Savior ot Afghanistan," .was ended with his assassination. : by an unnamed person said- to Ibo a trusted friend who turned rtraitor. Mohammed Zahlr Khan, 113-year-old son ot tho dead *u!er, immediately was ekvated ~""',to ths throas. • • Philippine Post To Republican A Michigan Hep'ublican, Joseph nalstca Haydcn, above, has been nanied by l'rc5Wcnt,lloos«velt as vice- governor, of-tlie I'hllipplnd Islands.-, Professor.: llnydco,. a member • oi . the UnlrersUy ot Michigan! faculty, is' recoenlicd is an authority on colonial gov- «rnm»nt-aad Fir E««tern prob- Plans.for a solo ascent of more llian 12 miles Into tlio stratosphere, in .an open balloon aro lieiug • completed in Madrid by MeutenautColonel Kmillo Herrcra (above), Spanish balloonist. By using an open balloon llerrera expects Uo'wlll-not bo handicapped In his invcsttgatlons to tho tame titent a: h« might be In a m'ttal sphere,... Tluckctt; Goldcnberg, above, former Wisconsin gritl star, 1ms lieen ."coring poMs for tlie Green Hay 1'nckers' pro squad Ibis year. But lliere are .two other coals he's after—one is Miss Marian Wcrba. below, whoso liiinil he hopes to win, nnd'lho other is the movie job ofitlia Into Louis WoUicim. Uuckets lliinhs his homeliness, qualifies liiln [or the position,; Chicagoan Wins Hand of Fifi . Peggy Rich, beautiful Broadway show girl, was looking forward optimistically- to another marital Venture when the posed, for this picture In New York with her husband-to-be, Edward Maxwell, 26- year-old crooner of Detroit. Peggy said she might forget that 5250,000 breach of promise suit which she filed against Jack DC; Ruytcr, social reglstcrite, following her divorce from Freddie Rich, the orchestra leader. The military might of Soviet Russia was dcmoiv.tratcd impressively in the gigantic celebration held in Moscow on the sixteenth anniversary oC the October revolution. Above is shown the Red Square, as 76 modern army tanks rumbled down the broart thorouglitarc past Lenin's tomb, at the right, to the cheers of hundreds of thousands ol spectators. The Cathedral of St. Basil Is silhouetted against the sky In the distance. France Mourns Lasl Wartime Premier .IKsi os MIO:I as.Kiil.D'Orsay, liHtcr-skcller little '.Krcncli- Ciiiiailian actrc-ci Tanrl, finger, ».':m get a I'cw liouvs avvayfroin tins stinlia. she'll' b'ccotne i lihJ liridu u( Miiurloe. KnrlrlltU. son nC a \venllliy Cliicn^o 1 business man.- Tlicy're phown.nlwvc.as they .ip)icureil at. thonnarriaBc liceuso bureau in Los<Augeles. She gave her legdl -nanio B.B Yvonne Lutiier and «»e as-2t. • Hill l«'_W.,'.:." : "" : paid'tribute to Paul Paiiileve, famed statesman and scholar oiHl'last of her .wartime-premiers when, after a'.national, funeral, he was laid to rest in the Pantheon. Tn ;hls picture.61 the'funeral pro- cfisloa, .Prof,: AujOst'e •'Plcc'ard, iam»d- stratosp^iv.tt, nity t; £ten fh«--iirjti{onnW n^iire at-left o* hearso, : •

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