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Malcolm Campbell, famous racer, who listened carefully but not with conviction. He delicately manicured his finger nails the first ten minutes.
GABBY GRAHAM McNAMEE and HAPPY HACK WILSON, who came through Station L-U-D-I-N-G-T-O-N. There was considerable static until Graham reached first base at the Washington Hoover field. 
ASSISTANT SECRETARY ERNEST LEE JAHNCKE and MRS.JAHNCKE, air-minded and merry, waiting for the Atlantic City plane. The beautiful and dutiful daughters, Adele and Cora, "planed" along.
LAWRENCE RICHEY, SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT, who caused mouths and cameras to fly open when he arrived at the airport in a White House car and boarded a plane en route to Panama.
GALLANT CAPTAIN GENE PEGNIER, MILITARY AIDE TO SECRETARY STIMSON, ready to take off on a cross-country trip to Los Angeles. Leaving here on Saturday night, Gene ought to be eating hot cakes and sausage with his daddy on Monday morning. 

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[[caption]] Mrs. [[line]] Hattil [[?]] [[Barueab?]] with [[?]] [[/line]] Ralph Barnaby before the glider in which she qualified for her glider license. She was the first woman to achieve this distinction. 
From [[Paehe?]] newsreel
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