Transport: Nature for Lindbergh

Once the most heroic living name in the U. S., Lindbergh is now a hated word in Communist, Jewish and other anti-Nazi groups. With Charles Augustus Lindbergh taking Nazi medals and househunting in Berlin, Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc., last week paid the new anti-Lindberghism the deference of dropping its soubriquet of "The Lindbergh Line."

For a fortnight or more Lindbergh-haters had been putting the heat on T. W. A. Letters and wires poured in; Manhattan's Daily Worker boomed the drive. Gossip columnists noted its progress. Result was that in the December Official...

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