The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 18, 1938
Page 6
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PAGE SEX BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER'NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938 Rare Night Scene at Capital Mass Medina When Masse Familv Gathers i i / 'Richest Girl' at Play in Hawaii ''•< In Wnshlngton,'as in Texas, the Vice-President Garners always & to bed at 9 p.m. Tlml is—nearly always. On the occasion of the- Vice-Preside ill's dinner for the President, the Garners naturally stay "up n little later. Here are Mr. tlo:>si>velt and Mr. Garner in t 'Washington hotel where tills year's dinner was held. The president gazes at the Vice-President, and sceias to lie asking "Arc we keeping you up, old fellow?" Bui the Vicc-Pj esident .smiles and .shows he en joys tills night-life. Introducing Mr. and MLS. Onezimo Masse and their 21 hiii'.HIiy children. 'Hie Masses, who live in a little farmhouse near Zurich, ou- lai'lo, till™.- llicy Vmve the largest family in Canada. The ;>nrciii.s have been married 28 years. In the family circle ubuve, the eldest child. 230-pound Maurice, 2G. sttiml.s at the left of the tack row, uith tile other children arranged clockwise in order of nsje. '('lie parents are stilled at the left, Mrs. Masse holding the youngest, Martha, less tlian 1 year old. All six raoin.s of the Mnsss (pronounced Moss) home nro used as bedrooms nl night. The family hakes and eats 42 loaves of bread every week, and Saturday night I'upa Maxse always brings home a Kill-pound sack of flour. None of the' children has ever teen far from home. The water's fine- over in Hawaii. Shown emerging from n swim and .surfboard ride is Doris Duke Cromwell, heir to ihe great Duke totaceo fortune and America's richest girl. Her husband, James Cromwell, also wealthy, takes life easy in n canoe beached on the w r arm Hawaiian .sand. Giant Clipper Outgrows Factory Heir to Dutch Throne Soviet Scientists Awaitina; Rescue in Artie ~ Appearing as pygmies arc men as they work on the 109-foot hull of Ihe. South Seas clipper, which, growing too large for its quarters in the Boeing aircraft factory at Seattle, Wnsh., has been wheeled outdoors' for final Assembly. First of six such flylns ships to he constructed for regular trans-Atlantic nights, the dipper will carry 11 pWcngcrs on daylight trips and W on overnight journeys. Weighing 42K tons when loaded, almost twice us much ns the clippers now in use, the three-deck ship will have anvingspread of 152 feet. Factory officials said it would require nearly a month to nllix the WHIRS to the hull.- The' giant clipper, when completed, will be Ihe world's flying boat, with a lop speed ', of approximately 200 mites an hour anil a crtiislng range of 4000 miles with 40 passengers. Says Producer-Husband Was Cruel Carol Becomes Dictator: King The years have been kind to Justine Johnstone. pictured at lett as she was in 1020-cfamous Ziegfcld teatity. idol of college boys and one of the most photographed ^ho v girls In the world—and shown above as she appears now, | .smart, well-dressed, still lovrly. But If the years arc kind, her hus- [ band. Walter Wanger, film producer with her in the upper photo, has not been, the former stage beauty charged in a divorce suit. After instituting the suit, based on cruelty allegations, Mrs. Wan- gcr left for an extended tour of South America, leaving everything up to her attorneys. The Justine Johnstone ot the Follies became equally famous as a play actress. She fought a court battle when she was ousted from the cast of 'Hush Money" in 192C and In later years \vas hailed for her sponsorship of cancer research. Wan- 1 er.' her husband lor 18 years, l; one of Hollywood's leading producers. Gossip has linked his name, lately, with that of bloni Joan Bennett, recently divorced. As months of effort appeared about to be climaxed with rescue of ihe Russian scientists adrift o an ice Hoc In the Arctic, this new photo of the Soviet explorers arrived in the United States. I'ic- turccl on Rudolph Island before starting their perilous expedition to the North Pole, the men are, left to right: Fiodorov. Krenkel, Paranin (front) and Shirshov. The scientists made camp on their arrival at the pole, but drifted htmdmls of -miles to n point near the ice-bound coast of Greenland, where n re.seue ship wa.s last reported within .sighting distance of their camp. A patently proud poppa is Prince Bcrnhard <top picture', husba.KI of Crown Princess Juliana, a.s h-j holds their new-born daughter, Princess Beatrix Wilhclnnna Armgaard, heir to the throne of ,th Netherlands. The princess, shown also in the lower photo cngnjhv n a bit of infant vocalizing. ;ome day will ascend to the throne— uless her father and mother have a son. These pictures, the lirst nken of the newly-arrived prince.vs. were radioed front London to Now York. ;Wilh Premier Octavian Goga's anti-Jewish cabinet resigning In I a rage, King Carol ot Rumania : has set up a royal dictatorship ^backed by the army and a stern .'stale ot siege. Naming a new j non-political cabinet, Carol put ,a brake on both the right and Ueft wings In politics. Above is lone of Ihe most recent pictures, U>£ the Rumanian monarch, now'3 newa»t "strong roao."• j Dos Eat Don? Japan Chooses Flag for China The Windsors Settle Dom Can n feller ce a cannibal? Two doRS. Mexican chihuahuas entered in the G2nd annual show conducted by the Westminster Kennel Club in Madison Square Gnrden, contemplate n namesake—the kind that i-s hot and is eaten willi roil and mustard—and ponder canine to eat or not to cat? Japanese armed forces have penetrated m deep into China that Nippon has even selected a new nag for (t, e Chinese. The new emblem, shown above, being raised over a school In Yokohama, has live horizontal bars- red, yellow, blue, white and black - rcpriycnung Ihe flvo Chinese peoples, the Chinese, Manchus Mongolians, Moham- The wandering around Euorpe which has marked the marriage ot the world's most prominent couple, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, will come to an end when they move into the luxurious, three- story Chateau dc la Maye, above, which they have just leased :"rom Madame Paul Dupny, American-born widow of a French puRlishcr. The Chateau is near Versailles, once the scat of another dethroned king. Louis XVI of France. Robbers Ask Victim Moore. 19, they demanded "at least $50." When Moore couldn't produce Minimum Loot llle "''"imum, they forced him to drive them to his home. • There the robbers were satisfied with $5.30 lakcn from Moore's nunl. Mrs. \fiirgaret Summers. The robbers fled. In Moore's automobile, CLEVELAND IUP)—Two Cleveland robbers are demanding minimum loot from their victims. Of their first victim, Ilobert >

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