The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on April 7, 1936 · 22
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 22

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22 TUESDAY MORNING. 2o$ riQclcstrtmc APRIL 7. 1936 fART I., Tornadoes Take Heavy Toll of Life as They Sweep Through Southern States 1 L: j ; 1 f : r 'J 11 i . Pf'l V U H r! .1 3& V5 I ''' 3 ft"" ' ;' in: -. - . , , - f . ' .- ' I I '." ' ' x ' ' ' " ' I il - 4 i s ; - f a 1 1 .JL I - f T-- ( '1 ' " ;K ' ,f TCM A - . 5 . , V-T' ' .A - " " f.( t -v - - - ' '.. ; c , - c . - . v j- - i . 4 -! --r- - . 1 - r " if, .si v'- jf ' rtf . " " . .... f '-' - .. ' : i" ... -V- 'S r - ' - - I - i " r -: I -i I 0 I f. . m ' s Z. I -If"'' jf I i , I A i -J r:j- , ;r-rv if I ' i A 5S, 5, 1 RESCUE SQUADS SEARCH WRECKAGE FOR TORNADO DEAD AND INJURED Devastated by a tornado and then seared by fire, Gainesville, taken yesterday shows wreckage , on Main street, the principal Ga is in a pitiful condition today with 139 known dead, hun- business thoroughfare, as rescue squads search for dead and in-. dreds in urcd and property damage in the millions, mis picture jurcu. ine vrinu cut a pain xwo anu nan inucs jong ana mue wmc. GAINESVILLE POLICE STATION SHAMBLES AFTER STORM VP) Wlrepboto Here Is a picture of the wreckage of police station at Gainesville, Ga.. where many buildings in the business part of the city were shambles after a three-minute twister roared down on the city with thunder of a thousand locomotives. Not a single building in the downtown area was left untouched. Screams of hurt and dying filled the air while firemen and police fought way to rescues. , '!?) Wirephoto . V J! X'A r 1 1 its l f . ir 1 s Li- & .... t ' 1 I " I ! r , ; i, j J A. 1 u flf-f V. , m f I ft ; ; 4 ! t if '4 - j-. f Iff p . 1 t ' j i Uif ."ft' I It ' 1 at" TORNADO VICTIMS TAKEN TO CITY HALL Tupelo (Miss.) citizens arc shown here carrying a woman victim of the tornado on a stretcher to the 'emergency hospital set up in the City Hall to care for the hundreds of victims injured in last Sunday's twister whiih swept through the State doing especially heavy damage in the Tupelo area. . i (ffj Wirephoto INJURED CARED FOR BY VOLUNTEER NURSES Here are several of tiie more than 500 persons injured in the Mississippi tornado at Tupelo. They are being cared for by volunteer nurses at an emergency hospital established in the various offices of the City I fall at Tupelo while the city takes stock of damage wrought by windstorm and digs out of debris. JP) Wirephoto COURTHOUSE WRECKED BY TORNADO The tornado that swept tlic business district of Gainesville, Ga., yesterday wrecked the County Courthouse, shown above, along with dozens of other buildings. Numerous fires added to devastation. ' lift WirrpSioto ; J r f '-4 X ,-,'vvJiS' ,.'" TV A v . . 4 . - ' S y PROSPECTIVE WEST POINT CADETS SAVED AT SEA REACH SAN JUAN Photo show Capt. Conrad Nilson, in uniform, of the S.S. West Toint cadets after they were rescued when the Kaydet lost her Rosario of the Bull Line, with Capt. Homer 15. Millard, owner and sails and started to sink 500 miles off Hatteras. The cadets are master of the Kaydet, and his wife, and a group of, prospective due to enter the academy July 1, following their training trip. ' Wide Worm photo MURDER VICTIM Jean Moorhcad, 17-ycar-old twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moorhcad' of Mansfield, O., was slain as she sat in auto with suitor. Charles Wilson, ex-suitor, is accused of the killing. I!P Wirephoto f i . f . - , xn, v, . til l.vi: J ...L t . ,Vc: i ' ? I - : i I. $t y t ' - i 7 - ..- If xl i i . " i , i A; i I I ; i f ' ' , . '. r; ' . i , ( f f , - U . " '-1 : mj f ... i: " ''.''.' j I ! i ....' ":" ' ' "' t ' :' II - 1 A ft'. . i 'i ) ' . A ..ft '",- ;s . .,v,; , jm: In i 3!- - v ,1 , i 7 w 1 r o, ' ; : NEW OFFICERS OF PASADENA JUNIOR LEAGUE Pasadena Junior League at its annual meeting yesterday installed new officers. Thry are; Miss Oabriellc Wright, recording secretary, left; Mrs. Albert E., Docrr, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Joseph : Holt Rose, vice-president; Mrs, Cordon Cronkhite, president, and Mrs. Charles Ackert Bank", treasurer. 1 Ttroci phota MRS. HAUPTMANN RETURNS HOME Mrs. Anna Hauptmann, saddened and dazed with grief, hown hereon her vwy back to her home following funeral services and cremation of her husband Bruno, executed in Lindbergh kidnaping. iiF) Wirephoto WEW'SEA QUEEN ENTERS GR WING DOCK Here is one of the first pictures to reach the United States of (lie gaiV.i.: new sea quern, Queen Mary, recently completed at, Southampton, Eng. '..This picture shows the huge luxury liner entering the graving dock where she will have her hull painted and be fitted nut for her maiden trip ao'is Atlantic, f) Wirephoto

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