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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 09, 1984
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(Studio) Famous events in 1927 listed; numerous indivs. named.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Round Lake, ME) New search for plane carrying 2 Frenchmen (Nungesser and Coli) who attempted first Paris-New York City flight on May 8, 1927, noted; their mysterious disappearance recalled. [Rick GILLESPIE - notes discovering plane wreckage in Maine won't change world.] [William ROBERTS, Albert MATTATALL, Floyd DOTEN - recall alleged crash.] [GILLESPIE - describes excitement.] [Museum OFFICIAL - feels remains could still exist.] [GILLESPIE - feels kinship with Nungesser and Coli.] Films shown courtesy Musee de L'Air.
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Kelley, Chris;
Rather, Dan

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