HEROES: Passenger Levine

The return of Hero Charles .A. Levine little resembled that of long-wandering Ulysses. Not alone the faithful watchdog of New York City, Official Handshaker Grover C. Whalen, but everyone else, recognized Hero Levine far in the distance. He was not grey and grizzled. He was only four months and a half older than when he skipped aboard the airplane Columbia at Mitchell Field, L. I., to become a hero. He had no adventures to tell because the press had told them all—how he sat with Hero Clarence Chamberlin in the Columbia until it came...

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