HEROES: Lindbergh-Morrow

Col. Charles Augustus Lindbergh, prime Hero of the U. S., is well used but by no means resigned to the idolatry of his public. When he landed in Havana from British Honduras one evening last week in a Sikorsky amphibian, he eyed the thronging newsgatherers more moodily than ever. He knew their eagerness this time was not solicitude for his safety. He knew that they were not going to ask him about the new Pan-American air mail route he had been inaugurating.* He knew,.alas, that they knew that he was going to...

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