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Amelia Makes Another Flight
Honolulu, Jan. 11 (U.P.) - Amelia Earhart Putnam will take off late today in her red monoplane on a 2,400 mile flight across the Pacific Ocean to Oakland, California, if the weather is favorable the United Press learned from reliable sources.
Although there was no official announcement of Miss Earhart’s plans the United Press source of information was considered authoritative.
The plane is red. The flyer and her husband, George Putnam, the publisher, are in seclusion.
According to present plans the take-off will be made sometime this afternoon if weather and other conditions are favorable for a flight which required 15 hours in a similar type plane two months ago.
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Betty Gow in Tears
In this dramatic Central Press photo, Betty Gow, nurse of the murdered Lindbergh baby, is seen leaving court in tears following cross-examination by defense in Hauptmann trial at Flemington, N.J. Observe the movie cameras in background.
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This article explores how students at Cleburne High School read nearly 37,000 books in one school year. View the full article here.
This article discusses the assistance checks given out to Cleburne residents. Read the full article here.
After a long dry spell, this article details how citizens were praying for rain. For more information, visit the full article.