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GUSTAV. HAMMEL BREAKS FREAK RECORD
IN SENSATIONAL HIGH-LOOP FLIGHT
London-, England. Gustav Ham
mel, the aviator, has beaten the aerial
record by making twenty-one loops
in a Morane-Saulnier monoplane at
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an altitude of 4,000 feet at Hendon,
Hammel has demonstrated the
practicability of an air machine as a
conveyance of mail by using his
monoplane for that purpose. This
picture shows him receiving mail
bags onto his machine from two post
ANIMALS YOU OUGHT TO KNOW
This is the aristocrat of the forest
world, the ibis. He traces his lineage
back to the days of the Pharaohs, and
in that early time all Egypt worship
ped this long-beeked member" of the
stork family and considered him a
The ibis is a bird of many colors.
Along the Florida coast he in invari
ably snow white. In: other 'southern
states hewears'.a. scarletplumage
and in the southwest he's a bird of
white face or bill and black or brown,
Rub the kitchen faucets with'
lemon peel. Polish with soft .cloth:
dndV they will' be beautif ully: bright.
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