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New Britain herald. [microfilm reel] (New Britain, Conn.) 1890-1976, April 21, 1925, Image 14

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The Peter Pun effect is seen on Representing U. S. government at Boston, Mass., celebration of
Kirille and the upper sleeves of battle of Lexington and Concord, where "first shot heard around
this chic new spring gown. It world" was fired, Vice President Dawes was greeted upon arrival
is of pretty flowered crepe with by Hub city's mayor. L. to r.: Mayor Curley, Vice President
plain satin border. lawes and Senator William Butler.
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Photo shows Miss Eleanor
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Kept Auake 115 Hours to Test Value of Sleep
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Claiming she never felt better
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celebrated her 101st birthday in
Chicago by giving party to
relatives and friends. Mentally
and physically alert, she does
own household chores.
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Dr. Kathan Kleitman of University of Chicago kept Dr. N. F. Fisher
awake 115 hours in teU to determine value of sleep. Patient
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Ilere, man to man greeting, flashed out to sailors on the Mississippi by quartet from Goat Island, Cal. rierTBriggs, ex -mayoress - of
Latter, riding on stern of a tug, doffed hats and signaled welcome as the big battleship moved down to Leeds. '
Swim Included in Cross-Country Run
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Melhe Panter Downes has al- race W(?ro forccd to crofs tht
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published. shotvs crossing.
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ovr stone viaduct in Jersey City, X. J., imperiling live? of passers
by below. A police guard was stationed to warn against passing
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James C. Blauvelt and wife of Hackensack, N. J., were married in
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"Play day" is title of this work, being completed by Miss Harriet
Frismuth, eminent American sculptress, in her New York studio.
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Carryinfr of motor lifeboats equipped with radio will be com
pulsory for all British ships soon under new law. Photo shows
boat and antenna erected on board the liner Orbita.
. (Copyrifhti I925i PaclSe Atlantic Photo. Inc.)

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