National Geographic : 1957 Jul
© National Geographic Society + Charlie Drinks a Milk Can of Gas; Every Half Pint Means an Extra Mile The plane's 60-gallon capacity allowed nonstop hops as long as 750 miles. Even so, finding fuel in remote places was a major problem. Once the only gasoline available had been used as cleaning fluid. The authors filtered it through chamois to remove dirt and water. 4' Baby, Head Shielded from the Sun, Rides Papoose-style in Dakar Senegalese women, displaying their wealth through elaborate and gaudy clothes, favor voluminous Mother Hubbards and intricately wound turbans with rakishly projecting ends. This mother chews a limewood stick; Tay Thomas smiles at the infant.