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FATAL CRASH MARS U.S.A. AIR RACES (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Wednesday 7 September 1949 page Article 2014-04-22 23:40 "JET" AVERAGES 5761
CLEVELAND, Sept. 6-A
United States Air Force Jet
miles an hopr for 150
elosed omnse race In history.
The 'plane, piloted by Cap
tain BrUce Cunningham, of
NatiUonal air races.
miles anrt hour flown by Major
Gus Lundqulst in the 19(6
-the fastest closed course run
stabllisers and elevators had
average speed of 594Z miles an
hour in an .Allison jet trophy
dash from Indianapolls to
the fastest ever ofcially
fighter pilot, of OCleveland, won
"JET" AVERAGES 576
CLEVELAND, Sept. 6—A
United States Air Force jet
miles an hour for 150
closed course race in history.
The 'plane, piloted by Cap-
tain Bruce Cunningham, of
National air races.
miles an hour flown by Major
Gus Lundquist in the 1946
—the fastest closed course run
stabilisers and elevators had
average speed of 594.8 miles an
hour in an Allison jet trophy
dash from Indianapolis to
the fastest ever officially
fighter pilot, of Cleveland, won
FATAL CRASH MARS U.S.A. AIR RACES (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Wednesday 7 September 1949 page Article 2014-04-22 23:34 FATAL (RASH
CIX'VELAND, Sept. 6.
was idlled to-day on the
second lap of the Thomp
national alr races at Cleve
land- when his plane
Bereas. Ohio, killlng the
hounew~e and her baby.
Steve Beville sid that he
easi (q swmng too wide at
Nid. 2. pylon. When he ap
pea?ed to ealise his mistlso
Odomn swerved . shrply,
than 400 miles an hour. 'The
"lene distance record. He was
modifled Air Force fighter,
noted racing pilot, .and wife
of Ployd B. Odium, New York
came fromi the flight operation's
stand for the air aces.
* The house on which Odom
crashed .was destroyed by fire.
Odom won the Ohio trophy~
closed course race In the re
cord. speed of 3873 miles an
flyn around the world twice
age, added, "It was like cram
ming all the fin of a three-day
round-the-world flight into 15,
-or maybe I am just weak."
S-fatal dive. .e? ?
FATAL CRASH
CLEVELAND, Sept. 6.—
was killed to-day on the
second lap of the Thomp-
national air races at Cleve-
land, when his plane
Berea, Ohio, killing the
housewife and her baby.
Steve Beville said that he
said Odom swung too wide at
No. 2 pylon. When he ap-
peared to realise his mistake
Odom swerved sharply,
than 400 miles an hour. The
'plane distance record. He was
modified Air Force fighter,
noted racing pilot, and wife
of Floyd B. Odlum, New York
came from the flight operation's
stand for the air races.
The house on which Odom
crashed was destroyed by fire.
Odom won the Ohio trophy
closed course race in the re-
cord speed of 387.3 miles an
fly around the world twice
age, added, "It was like cram-
ming all the fun of a three-day
round-the-world flight into 15
—or maybe I am just weak."
was flying near Odom just before the fatal dive. He
Odom Nears End Of Record Flight Australian Associated Press. NEW YORK, March 8. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Wednesday 9 March 1949 page Article 2014-04-22 23:28 the "world's light plane record
by flying non-stop from Bono
his flight by S pm. (GMT). .
Odom. who is flying a single
his schedule when be flew over
Odom established the pre
he flew from Honolulu -to Oak
land. California.
the world's light plane record
by flying non-stop from Hono-
his flight by 5 p.m. (GMT).
Odom, who is flying a single-
his schedule when he flew over
Odom established the pre-
he flew from Honolulu to Oak-
land, California.
HURRIED FLIGHT FROM SHANGHAI U.S. Millionaire's Fighter Escort To Tokyo (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 6 April 1948 page Article 2014-04-22 23:18 TOKYO, April 5: Mr. Milton Riynolds, the Chicago millon*
aire fountain pen maneaacturer, anrived to Tokyo last might with
his plane under American fighter eacort after an unamthorised
light from Shanghal. He took off for the United States via
know whether they fired. He
NOT STANDING: Generalis
candidate in the next elec
present President.
leave China resulted from seiz
ure of his passport by an im
after a body of Chinese scient
that he had broken his agree
ment to explore by air a moun
"When 1 went to the airport at
midday on Sunday an immigra
and made me give up my pass
Tokyo or to gaol," Capt Odorm
we nearly hit a couple of sam
says that Chinese civil aero
planes had pursued Mr. Rey
In Washington, State Depart
asked the United States Em
report on the happenings.
TOKYO, April 5: Mr. Milton Reynolds, the Chicago millon-
aire fountain pen manufacturer, arrived to Tokyo last night with
his plane under American fighter escort after an unauthorised
flight from Shanghai. He took off for the United States via
know whether they fired. He ||
NOT STANDING: Generalis-
candidate in the next elec-
present President. ||
leave China resulted from seiz-
ure of his passport by an im-
after a body of Chinese scient-
that he had broken his agree-
ment to explore by air a moun-
"When I went to the airport at
midday on Sunday an immigra-
and made me give up my pass-
Tokyo or to gaol," Capt. Odom
we nearly hit a couple of sam-
says that Chinese civil aero-
planes had pursued Mr. Rey-
In Washington, State Depart-
asked the United States Em-
report on the happenings.—
ESCAPE FROM CHINA U.S. Millionaire Reaches Tokio SEARCH FOR GREAT MOUNTAIN ABRUPTLY ENDS (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), Tuesday 6 April 1948 page Article 2014-04-22 22:58 as it took off from Lunghwa air
as it took off from Lunghwa air-
ESCAPE FROM CHINA U.S. Millionaire Reaches Tokio SEARCH FOR GREAT MOUNTAIN ABRUPTLY ENDS (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), Tuesday 6 April 1948 page Article 2014-04-22 22:58 Tokio, April 5.— Mr. Milton Rey
fountain pen manufacturer, ar
plane under American fighter es
a financial shakedown after aban
doning his expedition, at a rest of
£76,480, to find a mountain In
seizure of his passport by an im
been under guard for *wo days
'When I went to the airport at
midday on Sunday, an immigra
and made me give up my pass
port,' said Mr. Reynolds. 'I told
going either to Tokio or to gaol.' '
Captain Odom commented, '*I
could hear the airport radio alert
Shanghai.'
A Shanghai message^ says that
Mr. Reynolds's plane
In Washington. State Depart
Tokio, April 5.— Mr. Milton Rey-
fountain pen manufacturer, ar-
plane under American fighter es-
a financial shakedown after aban-
doning his expedition, at a cost of
£76,480, to find a mountain in
seizure of his passport by an im-
been under guard for two days
"When I went to the airport at
midday on Sunday, an immigra-
and made me give up my pass-
port," said Mr. Reynolds. "I told
going either to Tokio or to gaol.' "
Captain Odom commented, "I
could hear the airport radio alert-
Shanghai."
A Shanghai message says that
Mr. Reynolds's plane.
In Washington, State Depart-
IN SHANGHAI (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 11 September 1945 page Article 2014-04-22 22:47 POLLOCK, Mr. and Mrs Alexander, formerly
POLLOCK, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, formerly
IN SHANGHAI (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 11 September 1945 page Article 2014-04-22 22:42 In his latest despatch by our
Shanghai, are:
DRALEFORD, Fred J., brother of Mr. Arthur
Air), whose wife lives In West Coburg,
Victoria
TINGLE, Billy. boxer, well known in Sydney
the war. and has two daughters in Sydney.
HILL. Stuart dentist, formerly of Sydney.
YARD, Paul formerly of High Street Milson's
Point Sydney. Before the war he was
(India) Ltd , in Shanghai
in his latest despatch by our
Shanghai, are:—
DRAKEFORD, Fred J., (brother of Mr. Arthur
Air), whose wife lives in West Coburg,
Victoria.
TINGLE, Billy, boxer, well known in Sydney
the war, and has two daughters in Sydney.
HILL, Stuart, dentist, formerly of Sydney.
YARD, Paul, formerly of High Street, Milson's
Point, Sydney. Before the war he was
(India) Ltd., in Shanghai.
DYED HER SKIN TO FOOL JAPANESE (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 25 February 1946 page Article 2014-04-22 22:31 Japanese surrender.'
Japanese surrender."
No title (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 31 July 1947 page Article 2014-04-22 13:22 into night attire 'the best
way she could.'
into night attire "the best
way she could."

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