GUATEMALA: The Black Eagle Flies Again

Back from oblivion last week came Colonel Hubert Fauntleroy Julian, the "Black Eagle of Harlem," whose exploits in aeronautics kept Manhattan city editors in copy during the years before World War II. Colonel Julian came to public view, with a riffling of $1,000 bills, as he boarded an airliner to leave Guatemalan City, fared from his latest position as arms buyer for the Guatemalan government.

Julian frankly admitted that "what has happened to me here hurts." But the Black Eagle has become accustomed to a fantastic up & down career in the years since 1923, when he learned parachute jumping...

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