National Geographic : 1951 Mar
(c( National Geographic Society T Long Island Skill Makes Arrows Fly Straight and True Louis E. Stemmler's Manorville plant grew from his boyhood enthusiasm for archery. Today he supplies clubs and hunters. His hunting bows shoot arrows that can kill deer at 100 yards. This employee fletches brass-tipped birch and cedar shafts with turkey feathers. jU0 Kodachromes by B. Anthony Stewart S Freeport's Propellers Meet Exacting Tests for Balance Columbian Bronze Corporation's five-foot manganese bronze screw is polished to mirror brightness. Made for a Navy mine sweeper, it must be extremely accu rate, for any noise-making flaw might betray the sweeper to submarine-detection devices.