Lindbergh says staying awake was biggest trouble on transatlantic flight

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a - Lindbergh Says Staying Awake Biggest Trouble (Associated Press Leased Wire) PARIS, May 22. (Sunday) Before Before Captain Charles A. Lindbergh went to sleep early this morning after his New York-to-Parls York-to-Parls York-to-Parls York-to-Parls York-to-Parls flight he asked Ambassador Herrick and others who have taken charge of him to let him go back to his plane In order to "show the people how the windows work." "Never mind your old windows,'' said the ambassador. "Come -and -and get a rest at the embassy." Just before he retired Lindbergh had a bracing cup of coffee, which for a few seconds, brought him out of his sleepiness, enough to talk a little of his flight. "It wasn't huch a bad trip." he said. I ran into some snow and ice in the early part of the trip; the rest of it wasnt so bad. "The biggest trouble was In staying staying awake. I went to Bleep several times, but was lucky enough to wake myself up right away. I was afraid of the sandman all the time." o

Clipped from Arizona Republic22 May 1927, SunPage 15

Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)22 May 1927, SunPage 15
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