Science: Biggest Bridge

Last week the first bridge across the lower Hudson River was ready. It joins Manhattan at 178th Street to Fort Lee, N. J., near which are Englewood, Edgewater, Ridgefield Park, Leonia.

A warship lay anchored in the river. Airplanes streamed about. Soldiers, sailors, marines and police paraded on to the bridge. Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his predecessor, Alfred Emanuel Smith of New York motored to the bridge centre, where they encountered Governor Morgan Foster Larson of New Jersey. Mayor James John Walker of New York City stayed away. He went, instead, to the...

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