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New Britain herald. [microfilm reel] (New Britain, Conn.) 1890-1976, August 23, 1927, Second Section, Image 16

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Herald Cameramen Tell Their Story
.Channel is still being done. Here we, have Miss Hudson, the Briton, the
Zitenfeld twins; New Yorkers, and Helmy, the Egyptian, in training off
Griz NeZ. (International Newsreel)
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IN ilEMORIAM- MreJ'Winiam RSdoIpFlIearst gives a wreath io Lloyd I
Bertaud and J. D. Hill (left), which the fliers will drop in the ocean ft
between New York and Rome, in memory of Nungesser -and Coli. I
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CHAMPION Diavadc, claiming to to the
world's champion stunt flier, challenges -anyone
to. better his darcdcviltry. He's shown
in action and in a Closeiip. (International Newsreel)
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WOW ! This is what is com
ing! An embroidered coat
worn at the track at Deau
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CUTS" SWATH TO VICTORY Walter Sticknev, of Hollis,
N. II., wins the annual Durham, N. II., mowing contest,
cutting a quarter of an acre in six minutes, threcand one-
eighth seconds.
(International Newsreel)
IN SHADOWS Sorrow , , - T '
I afflicts the. 'families of i !''!:iMWM&Wm:;
fSacco and Vanzetti. Sac- tS.Mf-
co 's wife and two children i. :..
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; the prison where they bid '
; him a sad farewell. Van- i :
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. gl'ief. (Intel-national JN'cwsreel)
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DHAJIP Twelve gallons of
milk a day for four weeks I
That's the record of Boone,
owned by Richard P. Brown,
of Columbus, Kan.
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AMBITIOUS - Marian
Marshall Van Laningham
hitch-hiked from Des Moines,
la., to Philadelphia, Pa., "to
Study music there.
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;at-en than displayed at the county fair.'says Leota
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