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THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS

MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1939.

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EIGHT FLIERS ENTERED IN 1939 BENDIX RACE
Burbank, Calif., Aug. 28.-(AP)-

Eight fliers, one of them a woman, were entered today in the Bendix transcontinental air race to start Saturday at 12:01 a. m. The race, part of the Cleveland air show, will be from Burbank to Bendix, N. J., via Cleveland.

The feminine entry was Jacqueline Cochran of Los Angeles, 1938 winner, who tested her new plane Saturday by establishing a national record of 214.95 miles an hour for 1,000 kilometers, on a course from Burbank to San Francisco and return.

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AYS' TRIAL -  NO MONEY DOWN

RICHARD J. JACKER
PATENT ATTORNEY
INVENTION ENGINEER
Box 17, CHICAGO, ILL.
   
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