AERONAUTICS: Berlin to Tokyo

"Almost nonchalantly it heaved its proud silver beauty to the first pale rays of the pastel dawn, sunning the gleaming breast with almost birdlike coquetry."

So, last week, to please Publisher William Randolph Hearst, wrote coquettish Lady Grace Drummond Hay of the corps of Hearst correspondents on the Hearst-arranged globe trot of the Graf Zeppelin

First Day. The "pastel dawn" was of course, at Friedrichshafen, Germany. In moving north, the ship circled Berlin before heading for Tokyo, 6,880 mi. away. Hearty Charles C. Younggreen of Milwaukee, President of the International Advertising Association there...

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