DRAMATIC EPISODES IN LT. FLOYD BENNETT'S AIR CAREER -tj4 -tj4 Nr R D " v.-ci v.-ci v.-ci y:-G y:-G y:-G ita-X-X ita-X-X ita-X-X ita-X-X ita-X-X r" I i,, viv fill ," Si I i V 'I 1 f (f,5 '! r;,' ""v-y ""v-y ""v-y V i F sr. kj BrM f ft j -tH -tH " 'lir :V " Left to right Col. Charles A. Lir.dbergh preparing to hop off from Curtiss Field, L. !., with serum which it was hoped would; air expedition for the relief of the stranded Bremen fliers the expedition on which he started while suffering with influenza and save Bennett's life. Bennett on crutches after he had been injured in a test flight of Byrd's transatlantic plane America. (The .which resulted in the fatal attack of pneumonia. (Left to right are Fitzmaurice, Bennett, "Duke" Schiller and Balohen.) Bennett insert shows Mr. Bennett.) The last photograph of Bennett, taken after he had flown to Lake Ste. Agnes as commander of an and Commander Richard E. Byrd just after their North Pole flight, with the dog which flew across the top of the world with them. Ms) s THE mtOOKLYN " DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY. Al'lUL 23. 1928.