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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 18, 1948, Image 18

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Stunts, Speed Flights to Feature
Air Derby Group's Show May 9
“Passenger” Bud Thrasher is shown practicing for the Air
Derby Association’s show at Bailey’s Cross Roads by taking oft
from the “World’s Smallest Airport” to climb aboard an airplane
in flight. Bud is a member of the All Star Air Circus.
Stunts, speed flights and rella-'
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the 12th annual Langley Day air
show to be staged by the Wash
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Senator Kem said in a prepared
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Senator Kem attacked Federal
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