Transport: Into Arkansas Loblolly

Up from Newark Airport one noon last week climbed The Southerner, American Airlines' crack transcontinental transport. Southward it flew through perfect flying weather, halting briefly for passengers at Philadelphia, Washington, Nashville. Aboard the 11-ton, twin-motored Douglas was W. R. Dyess, WPAdministrator for Arkansas, on the way home. Partners W. S. Hardwick and David A. Chernus, engineers, and wealthy young Frank C. Hart, head of Hartol Products Corp., were making business trips. Young Charles Altschul, nephew of New York's Governor Herbert H. Lehman, amused himself by experimenting with his new candid camera. Mrs....

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