Miscellany: Jun. 20, 1927

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"It is unfair for our flyers to get all the glory while those poor Frenchmen [Captains Nungesser & Coli] are dead," said Joseph Lewis, 39, Negro, as he stood poised on a window sill of his fifth-floor apartment in Manhattan. Then he jumped, died on the pavement below. Mr. Lewis' sister said that he had been melancholy for several weeks.

The inhabitants of Kenton, Ohio,* were so befuddled last week that they would not have been surprised to find rabbits in their beds or eggs in their shoes. For three days,...

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