Issue: 19270627

Monday, June 27, 1927
June 27
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AVIATION
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PRATT & WHITNEY AIRCRAFT CO.
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PRATT & WHITNEY AIRCRAFT CO.
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AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0002.xml
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CURTISS FLYING SERVICE, INC.
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CURTISS FLYING SERVICE, INC.
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CHANCE VOUGHT CORPORATION
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CHANCE VOUGHT CORPORATION
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THURSTON CUTTING CORPORATION: DARTMOUTH-TEX
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THURSTON CUTTING CORPORATION
DARTMOUTH-TEX
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AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0005.xml
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ADVANCE AIRCRAFT CO.: WACO AIRPLANES
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ADVANCE AIRCRAFT CO.
WACO AIRPLANES
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masthead
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Masthead
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Index to Contents
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Editor's Note
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With the Editor
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By the time this issue of AVIATION reaches its readers some twenty odd airplanes of various sizes and capacities will have taken off from the Ford Airport at Detroit to begin the 3800 mile reliability tour about the country that calls for stops at twenty cities en route.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0009.xml
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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Editorials
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Both Are Good
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EVER SINCE Charles A. Lindbergh and Clarence D. Chamberlin took their respective planes off Roosevelt Field and hours later landed them on European soil the aeronautical world and the man in the street have been making all sorts of comparisons and assertions.
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Editorials
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Trend of Commercial Flying
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THE DIFFERENCE between the character of commercial aviation in Europe and the United States is that in Europe the civil air activity is almost entirely in the nature of air transport lines operating on fixedschedules, while in the United States it is in the nature of localized operations by numerous independent units, except for our air mail contract lines, which are just, beginning to come into importance.
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The History of the Columbia
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The History of the Columbia
Facts and Figures on the Construction, Performance And Records of the New York to Germany Plane
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THE COLUMBIA, the latest of the Bellanca models, has made an enviable record. After its first test flight, it was hailed in the aeronautical press as a commercial plane in a class by itself. In the New York Air Races of 1925 it won the Light Efficiency Trophy donated by the Aviation Town and Country Club of Detroit with a score of 602 points against the 394 points of its nearest competitor.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0013.xml
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Wright Whirlwinds Have Played Important Parts in Making Aeronautical History
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Wright Whirlwinds Have Played Important Parts in Making Aeronautical History
Have Proved Merit at National and Local Air Races and Reliability Tours as Well as on Famous North Pole and Trans-Atlantic Flights
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NOWHERE in history has any mechanical device shown such a tenacious singleness of purpose to perform as that exhibited by the Wright Whirlwind engine. Out of the rush and welter of a world conflict came the clear eyed, clear visioned procedure of a typical American manufacturing organization—to build and refine, redesign and rebuild, until every experience, every advantage was incorporated within an engine that has shown perfection in its performance.
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Giuseppe M. Bellanca Has Been Designing Successful Airplanes Since 1908
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Giuseppe M. Bellanca Has Been Designing Successful Airplanes Since 1908
Noteworthy Designs include the First Tractor Biplane, The Roos-Bellanca and the Record Breaking Columbia
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FROM HIS boyhood days Giuseppe M. Bellanca has been interested in aeronautics. While he was a student at Milan (Lombardy) in 1900, he started a series of public experiments in aviation. In 1908 and 1909 in collaboration with E. Bossi and P. Invernizzi he built a two seater pusher biplane using a Zust engine.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Thousands Greet Chamberlin at Vienna
With Charles Levine as Passenger He Flies the Columbia through Storms to the Austrian Capital, Stopping on the Way at Munich
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AFTER A delay of one hour and a half Clarence D. Chamberlin, accompanied by his trans-Atlantic passenger, Charles A. Levine, took the “Columbia” off the Templehof Airdrome in Berlin and headed towards Munich, en route to the city of Vienna.
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Novel Balsa Wood Airplane Loud Speaker
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A radio loud speaker in the form of a model of the Spirit of St. Louis has been presented to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh by the Balsa Wood Co., of New York. The model is constructed entirely of Lata Balsa Wood; the same wood furnished the Ryan Airlines, Inc., for streamlining.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0017.xml
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Advertising and Selling Airplanes
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Advertising and Selling Airplanes
Alexander Aircraft Co. Divides Country Into Sales Territories And Aids Its Dealers With Direct to Consumer Advertising
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WILLIS H. PARKER
THE PROBLEM of advertising and selling airplanes now is not much different from the problem of advertising and selling automobiles 20 years ago, declares J. A. McInaney, salesmanager of the Alexander Aircraft Co., Denver, Colo., manufacturers and distributors of airplanes and said to be the first airplane company to have an “air sales force.”
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Lindbergh Flight Comment
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Commenting upon Lindbergh’s wonderful achievement, Chance Vought, designer and manufacturer of many of the airplanes used in the Naval Air Service, said: “In all of aviation’s remarkable history there has been nothing so audacious, so courageous, so signally successful, as Lindbergh’s solo flight to Paris—a modern Viking, who, of necessity, could not utilize many of the newest scientific instruments available to insure accuracy of trans-oceanic navigation.
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Air Service to Him Mexican Border
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According to an oral statement made recently by M. Schnurr, secretary of the Commission on the Equitable use of the Waters of the Lower Rio Grande River, aerial photographs will be taken by the Air Service of the Department of War of certain areas bordering the Rio Grande, Colorado and Tia Juana Rivers, for use by the Commission.
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Chamberlin an Ex-Army Pilot
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Clarence Duncan Chamberlin was born in Denison, Iowa, Nov. 11, 1893. He enlisted in the United States Army at Fort Omaha, Nebraska, in 1917. He was sent to the Ground School, Urbana, Illinois, March 9, 1918, and graduated May 25, 1918. He attended the Flying School, Chanute Field, Illinois, from May 1918 until he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant, Reserve Military Aviator, Air Service, July 16, 1918.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0021.xml
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No Accidents in 320,000 Miles of Flying
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A recent announcement made by the Bureau of Aeronautics of the Department of the Navy states that airplanes comprising the Aircraft Squadrons of the Scouting Fleet established a record of 320,000 miles in the air without a major accident during the annual winter maneuvers at Narragansett Bay and related maneuvers.
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Ryan NY-P Covered With Flightex Fabric
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The wings, fuselage and tail surfaces of the Ryan monoplane used by Colonel Lindbergh were covered with Flightex Fabric, E. S. Twining & Co. It has been stated in reports that the plane encountered a heavy sleet storm for 10 hours, more than one thousand miles, and it is interesting to note that the fabric on the plane, after examination at Le Bourget Field was in the same condition as when it left America with the exception of a few strips removed by souvenir hunters.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Byrd’s Scientific New York to Paris Flight Awaits Favorable Weather Reports
Plan to Study Air Currents and Storm Conditions Over North Atlantic In an Effort to Determine Quickest and Safest Air Course to Europe
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AS AVIATION goes to press the three engined Fokker monoplane “America” is waiting, fully equipped, at Roosevelt Field, L. I until favorable reports of weather conditions over the North Atlantic areas permit Commander Richard E. Byrd to take it aloft and begin a contemplated non-stop flight to Paris.
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English Flying-Boat Has Duralumin Hull
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The new Supermarine-Napier “Southampton” is fitted with two 450 lip. Napier aero engines. An interesting feature of the flying-boat is that the hull and floats are constructed entirely of duralumin with stainless steel fittings. The duralumin has been treated so as to prevent the action of sea water, and the result is that a hull is obtained which is free from both rust and corrosion.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0025.xml
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New Italian Eight Passenger Flying-Boat
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In Italy commercial airplane production is proceeding rapidly. Aeronautica Macchi of Varese, Italy, have produced a large flying boat accommodating eight passengers and two pilots. The passenger cabin is divided into two sections, two passengers being in the forward part of the hull and the other two in the rear behind the pilots.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0026.xml
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De Pinedo Ends Four-Continent Flight
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Piloting the Santa Maria II, Col. Francesco de Pinedo arrived safely at the mouth of the River Tiber at Ostia, Italy on the afternoon of June 16, thus completing the 25,000 mi. aerial journey which twice carried him across the Atlantic and over some of the wildest unexplored regions of the world in South America.
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The Pitcairn Fleetwing De Luxe
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The Pitcairn Fleetwing De Luxe
Powered by a 90 Hp. OX5 Engine and Designed to Give Maximum Performance
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THE PITCAIRN Fleetwing De luxe, fourth in line of Pitcairn Commercial Aircraft and successor to the Orowing, was designed to give maximum performance with the OX 5 engine, combined with the highest standard of construction and careful attention to finish and appointments.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0028.xml
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Column Effect in Wing Spars Report
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Approximations for column effect in airplane wing spars forms the subject of Report No. 251, issued by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and compiled by Edward P. Warner and Mac Short. The significance attaching to column effect in airplane wing spars has been increasingly realized with the passage of time, but exact computations of the corrections to bending moment curves resulting from the existence of end loads are frequently omitted because of the additional labor involved in an analysis by rigorously correct methods.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Twenty-Seven Planes Expected to Start In the 1927 National Air Tour
Program Calls for a Flight of 3800 Miles in Sixteen Days With Stops at Twenty Cities Along the Route
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ACCORDING TO the latest statement issued by Ray Coopper, tour manager of the National Air Tour, at the time AVIATION goes to press, twenty entries have been officially received and an additional seven are expected before the entry closing date.
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General Fechet to Serve Only Four Years
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In a Department of War announcement it is stated that, at his own request, Brig. Gen. James E. Fechet, assistant chief of the Army Air Corps, will serve only one term of four years as Chief of Air Corps after he succeeds Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick who retires next December.
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Bids for Four New Air Mail Routes
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Postmaster General New has announced that on July 16, 1927, bids will be opened at the Post Office Department for the operation of four new contract air mail routes in various sections of the country. The first route runs from Albany, N. Y. to Cleveland, Ohio, via Schenectady, Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo.
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Rohrbach-Roland Sets New World Records
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On May 29 and 30, 1927, the third machine of the airliner type, Rohrbach-Roland, fitted with three BMW engines, established three new world records at the Staaken Aerodrome. The plane was piloted by Herman Steindorff, and took off for the first flight in twelve seconds, carrying a useful load of 4420 lb. over a distance of 62.2 mi. from Belitz to Marwitz.
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Marking On Hotel Roof Directs Airmen
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In order to assist the fliers coming to Buffalo, who are not acquainted with the location of Buffalo’s Airport, the Hotel Statler in that city has marked its roof. This marking can be seen for several miles in the day time and has already proven a great aid to strangers in the locality.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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A. C. C. Dinner in Honor of Lindbergh
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Fifteen hundred guests attended a Dinner in honor of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh in recognition of his successful flight from New York to Paris. The Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America gave the Dinner and it proved to be one of the largest and most successful aeronautical meetings ever held.
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Michigan National Guard Encampment
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For the first time in Michigan National Guard history the national guard units will comprise an aviation squadron when they assemble at Grayling, Mich. August 6 for their annual summer encampment. The 107th Observation squadron, Michigan National Guard the most recent air unit to be added to the national guard air service of the country, has been officially informed it is to attend the training camp.
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Colonel Lindbergh’s Decorations
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Among the decorations bestowed upon Col. Charles A. Lindbergh in honor of his history making New York to Paris flight are the Distinguished Flying Cross, the French Legion of Honor Cross, the Belgium Order of Leopold, the British Flying Cross, the Lafayette Escadrille medal, the French Aero Club gold medal, the Belgium Aero Club gold medal, the French “Broken Wings” insignia, the medal of the International League of Aviators, the medal of the French Geographical Society, Spain’s “Plus Ultra” medal, the Gold Medal of Paris, the Gold Medal of Brussels, the Medal of Valor of New York, the Langley Medal for Aviation, the Hubbard Gold Medal of the National Geographical Society, the Cross of Honor of the United States Flag Association and the medal of New York City.
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A Correction
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In a previous issue of AVIATION the name of the Superintendent of Construction of the Ryan Airlines, Inc., was spelled incorrectly. It should be W. H. Bowlus.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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St. Louis Welcomes Lindbergh
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More than half a million men, women and children jammed the streets of St. Louis to welcome Col. Charles A. Lindbergh during his seven mile parade through that city on June 18. The trans-Atlantic flier had arrived the evening before in the Spirit of St. Louis but the official welcome to his home town was not held until the following day.
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N.A.C.A. Publishes Radiator Report
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The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics has published report No. 261 on the Resistance and Cooling of Various Radiators by R. H. Smith. The report combines the wind-tunnel results of radiator tests made at the Navy Aerodynamic Laboratory in Washington during the Summers of 1921, 1925, and 1926, and submitted for publication to the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, November, 1926.
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Department Store Holds Aircraft Show
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A rather remarkable display of modern aircraft construction has been on exhibition during the month at the Gimbel Brothers’ department store in Philadelphia. This exhibition grew out of the tremendous public interest aroused by Colonel Lindbergh’s flight, and began with a window showing a Wright engine and several details of wing and fuselage construction.
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Commercial Aviation Values Discussed
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The First National Commercial Aviation Conference was held in St. Joseph, Mo., June 6-7, and was attended by representatives of the industry, government officials, and military and civilian fliers from all parts of the country. Porter H. Adams, president of the National Aeronautic Association, presided, having been introduced after the meeting was called to order at 10 a.m. by Carl H. Wolfley, vice-president of the association, and after an address of welcome had been given by Mayor Louis V. Stigall.
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Plans Berlin-New York-Frisco Flight
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According to a report from Berlin a German Lufthansa pilot, Koennecke, intends to fly a three-engine Junker plane from Berlin to San Francisco, with a short halt in New York. Koennecke hopes to hop off the latter part of July, accompanied by a radio operator and two passengers—unnamed brothers who are financing the undertaking.
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Plane Used in Towing Glider
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An experiment in starting glider planes by towing was recently carried out successfully at the Cassell aviation field in Germany. The ‘glider’ pilot attached his engineless plane to an ordinary airplane with a rope having a quick release device at each end, and allowed himself to be towed to a certain height, when he loosened the tow line. He then was able to carry out the usual glider feats and land on the aviation field.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0044.xml
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SCINTILLA MAGNETO COMPANY, INC.
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SCINTILLA MAGNETO COMPANY, INC.
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VALENTINE’S VALSPAR
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VALENTINE’S VALSPAR
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Side Slips
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Side Slips
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ROBERT R. OSBORN
Having just returned from the Lindbergh celebration at Roosevelt Field we can report that most of the citizens in this section of the country are still enthusiastically in favor of Colonel Lindbergh for our next president. One of the peculiar things about his home-coming celebration is that the toughest and hardest-boiled old1 fliers are as anxious to get a look at him, shake hands, or get an autograph, as is the man in the street.
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Lindbergh’s Escort Sets Speed Record
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A new speed record between New York and Washington was established on June 16 by Col. Charles A. Lindbergh's famous military escort, the pursuit group from Selfridge Field, Michigan, when it flew the distance in 1 hr. 40 min. The group, numbering nineteen speedy Curtiss single seater pursuit planes, under the command of Major Thomas G. Lamphier, took off from Mitchel Field, Long Island, at 10 a. m., and arrived over Washington at 11:45.
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BALSA WOOD COMPANY
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BALSA WOOD COMPANY
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LOENING AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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LOENING AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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FOREIGN AERONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES
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FOREIGN AERONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES
By Special Arrangement with the Automotive and Transportation Divisions, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
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A statement on the policy proposed by the Government of India for adoption in regard to certain items of expenditure in connection with the advancement of civil aviation in India was recently issued by the Government of India at Delhi. According to information contained in the “Capital” of Feb. 17, 1927, a local commercial publication, the Government of India is assisting the Imperial airship sendee to the following extent:
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Tri-City Airport, N. C.
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A new center of activity on the air-map of America was created with the inauguration of the Tri-City Airport on May 29. It is located at Friendship, N. C., midway between the towns of Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem. This is a municipal field provided as a stop on the new air-mail line from New York to Atlanta, which will go into operation this Fall.
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JOHN A. ROEBLING’S SONS COMPANY
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JOHN A. ROEBLING’S SONS COMPANY
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Duluth-Superior, Minn.
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H. A. Lindbergh
Duluth, the head of the Lakes port is getting in step with the rest of the progressive communities in the country, that are interested in the development of aviation. The field on which hangars have recenly been erected, will serve the two cities.
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0055.xml
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LARKIN AIRCRAFT SUPPLY CO. LTD.
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LARKIN AIRCRAFT SUPPLY CO. LTD.
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WALNUT PROPELLER CO.
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WALNUT PROPELLER CO.
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AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0058.xml
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1458
1458,1460,1462
AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Tulsa, Okla.
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Fred L. Foster
Tulsa, “The Oil Capital of the World”, has developed into one of the most active air centers in America. In the oil business, time is an element of paramount importance and because of the scattered producing fields, located in many Southwestern states, in which companies centered in Tulsa are interested, time-saving transportation is always in demand.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0059.xml
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1458
1458
[no value]
[no value]
ALEXANDER AIRCRAFT Co.
[no value]
ALEXANDER AIRCRAFT Co.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0060.xml
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1459
1459
[no value]
[no value]
RYAN AIRLINES, Inc.
[no value]
RYAN AIRLINES, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0061.xml
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1459
1459
[no value]
[no value]
Aero Supply Mfg. Co., Inc.
[no value]
Aero Supply Mfg. Co., Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0062.xml
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1459
1459
[no value]
[no value]
Belden Manufacturing Co.
[no value]
Belden Manufacturing Co.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0063.xml
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1459
1459
[no value]
[no value]
FLOYD J. LOGAN AIRPLANE CO.
[no value]
FLOYD J. LOGAN AIRPLANE CO.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0064.xml
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1460
1460
[no value]
[no value]
EDO AIRCRAFT CORP.
[no value]
EDO AIRCRAFT CORP.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0065.xml
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1460
1460
[no value]
[no value]
FAIRCHILD-CAMINEZ ENGINE CORPORATION
[no value]
FAIRCHILD-CAMINEZ ENGINE CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0066.xml
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1461
1461
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0067.xml
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1462
1462
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES WARD HALL, INC.
[no value]
CHARLES WARD HALL, INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0068.xml
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1462
1462
[no value]
[no value]
NICHOLAS-BEAZLEY AIRPLANE CO., INC.
[no value]
NICHOLAS-BEAZLEY AIRPLANE CO., INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0069.xml
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1463
1463
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0070.xml
article
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1464
PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER
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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER
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Owing to the volume of news and the size of the issues of AVIATION recently there have been certain delays for which the publisher expresses regret. The date of issue of any publication is usually variable. Monthlies often appear on the newsstands a week or two before the first of the month which date the issue carries.
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0071.xml
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1465
1465,1466
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Where to Fly
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AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0072.xml
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1467
1467,1468,1469
[no value]
[no value]
The Aircraft Service Directory
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0073.xml
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1469
1469
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
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[no value]
[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0074.xml
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1470
1470
[no value]
[no value]
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0075.xml
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1471
1471
[no value]
[no value]
AVIATION PUBLISHING CORP.
[no value]
AVIATION PUBLISHING CORP.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0076.xml
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1472
1472
[no value]
[no value]
ECLIPSE MACHINE COMPANY
[no value]
ECLIPSE MACHINE COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270627_0022_026_0077.xml