AERONAUTICS: Bremen v. Europa

GERMAN AIRPLANE HEADING FOR

AMERICA yelped Monday morning headlines to catch the foggy attention of a population going back to work after the week-end leisure. The population shivered with excitement, devoured the columns. Devouring they found the sentence: "The pilots served in the armies of the Central Powers during the War." The population figuratively and (along the Northeastern coast literally) packed housetops to cheer the oncoming Germans. . . . At 3 p. m. Sunday favorable weather reports sent the word sizzling over Germany that two Junkers monoplanes would start for the U....

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