Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 8, 1939 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 8, 1939
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P.-\GE FO'url StAE, HOPE. ARKANSAS Frulny, . r !opU : i London, Paris—Possible War Targets—as the Enemy Sees Them WALLACE COLLECTION Fueled for Flight—But Uncle Sam Said "Half: lYom stem to stem. Hughes to Seek New Record in $250,000 Plane In n.;. Sir.n.onn .-trnloiinr-r. shown tr.king off on trial hop r;t Gl(.-nci;ilf, Ho\v:irc1 ITtighe=; will seek new-', eo.".:>t-l<i-c--i:"i..'. it><:-c;i tiKiri:. .Milliuruiire prorluc-fr o ilm:.iii '.vi!i iry (.,• tjii.-;il; u\','i\ ::cilo time of 7:28,25, set January, 1937, at 327 mik-j I-CT hom-. '' ', How a Bomber Finds the Bull's-eye Plane flies 50 seconds parallel to ground on a straight line extending out to a point immediately over target. Bombs continue forward — from original momentum of plane — whi'le falling to target ahead. Thi.. -,-,> di',<"".n> illustrates how a plane in levM flight :.i.irv: ils bomb.- at ;• ground target ahead " - - interval ol . cr n- to a prearranged foma,!.-, AwrMn* or, -,^<l and r.ltiludt. The interval ol ,:-. -rie MtacUini piano for almc, t u mi,--.,^ r,v 1!,- , Ji( ,u ; cliv, dodg.ng tactics by wh.ch s to avoid the Hre of a.'ili-rijrtr.ili unit-' ueluv, 1 . ___ Richard C. Massock Melvin K. Whifeleather Lloyd Lehrbas Ihmtock THE AP IS READY- The largest and most experienced staff of American-trained newspaper men ever assembled abroad-four times the si/e ol' the staff which covered the World War-is on the job in the danger zones of Europe, prepared for any emergency. Their assignment is to report the facts accurately, promptly and fully, without sensational embellishment. A direct cable connection speeds their dispatches from the London bureau to New York headquarters, assuring 1,400 member newspapers quick protection <m every development. - THE ASSOCIATED PR Alvin Steinkoof J. C. Stark Drew Middleton Lynn Heinzeriing

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