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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, October 21, 1932, Image 7

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four sisters perish irr fire
jjj. tuiviiiu- Connors, I'O years
u j t - -hev. n with two of her
:r.ee gr-.-ut-grandchildren she
W p c j rvcue from the fire which
destroyed the John Hedglin home
it Volant. l‘a.. in which four
jaw, He«ig!:n children perished.
Singing a Jungle Torch Song
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° the higher branches of art in his new noma "***-
Trouper at Seventy-One
?*''!' u *' <’. >rai ■, Madame Schumann Heink, one-lime leading prima
def 1 , | f (, mer ican operatic stage, is still the great trouper at heart,
tirrf-i * ' an , ' nno Domini to n.ake her quit. The grand old song
‘ 5 ' fiu Y n in er dressing room in a Philadelphia movie theatre wher*.
utent.y appeared, making up befcre her entrance.’ The famou*
M *r. a grandmothe is making five performance? daily.
Preview of France’s New Ocean Pride
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pus 10 P roc «M of construction at St. Nasarrei
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l In the photo above are
! a & e e *ght. and Maude, age fiva.
The parents escaped with bums.
Fourteen-year-old Delilia, who
; started the fire when she poured
kerosene 'in the kitchen sto**,
died with three of her sister*.
lorc _. t .w.n in the world, with a tonnage of 7*.^00
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This first photo of Samuel Insuli, utilities magnate,
Ul his Greek reiuge was flown from Greece to London
n»o radioed to 'lew York. The erstwhile czar of the
Chicago utilities empire is shown (left) with a repre
saotaUve of the American Expresa Co. leaving the
Taking Her Exam for Navy Commission
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Ihe new United States cruiser “Indianapolis” is i
shown as a fleet of tugs nosed her out of the yards
at Camden, N. J., to give her a start on her run to
Rockland. Me., where Uncle Sam’s brand new sea- I
Last Century Champ
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Colonel John A. Wells, of Bryn
Athyn, Pa., who was the world’s
hill-climbing bicycle champion back
in 18S5-1890, as he demonstrated
that he could still do his stuff on
the ancient wheel that helped hina
win his title. The photo was mad#
at the annual reunion of the Vet
eran Wheelmen’s Association a*
Cwynned. Pa., recently.
Eolice station in Athena where Insall had been held
efore his release was ordered by Greek government
authorties. The Greek Foreign Office has now defi
nitely refused to extradite the magnate who is wanted
here on chargee of embezzlement and grand lareeay
fighter will be put through a series of rigorous teats
in ocean maneuvers If she meets with government
requirements during her trials she will ba formally
accepted and put into commission.
HOOVER RETURNS TO MIDDLE WEST
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Detroit, which probably has felt
the depression more than any of
the larger industrial cities of the
niuntry, it preparing to receive
President Hjover. Returning to
the middle west, the president
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makes his third campaign speech
in the Motor City. Saturday night.
Map shows the itinerary which
will be followed. The piesident's
tour is routed so he can make
talks in West Virginia and Ohio.
IWSt/LL'S ARMED CAR NOW REFUGE OF UNION LEADER
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When this diminutive master of hounds gives his dogs a command then
know how to obey, as can be seen here. The young fox-hunting en
thusiast is shown at the Radlett Kennels, near London, just before the
opening meet of the season. The pack, kn«\. n as the South Hertfordanira
Heaglcs. has many juveniles among its followers .
GOTHAM’S NEXT FIRST CITIZENS?-;
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This Is the latest photo of Sur- ■,
rogate John P. O’Brien, Demo- I
crntic nominee for mayor of New !
York City, snapped with Mrs. j
O'Brien in their New York home
Kin o t Manchukuo’s President
Unperturbed by the status of the new State of Manehukuo, H. JijdL
who is brother-in-law of Manchukuo’a President, Henry Pu-Yi. by dot
ble ties, is shown with his wife at their home in a Tokyo suburb. JimL
who is a student at the Peers College, is married to President Po-rfa
sister, and the Manehukuo Executive is the husband of Jingi's siaWv.
of Chicago. Containing hollet
proof glsss throughout, the ear
was even equipped with machine
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following his nomination by tfft
Democratic city convention. Mr*l
O’Brien is the former Helen E. C.
Madigan, of New York.
O’Brien is a loyal Tammanvitf.
Steve Sumner, inset, secretary*
treasurer of the Milk Wi|Oft
Drivers* union. Sumner has a Mh

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