Issue: 19270808

Monday, August 8, 1927
August 8
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AVIATION
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0001.xml
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Advertisements
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PACKARD AVIATION ENGINES
MODEL 2A-1500 GEARED
PACKARD AVIATION ENGINES
MODEL 3A-2500 DIRECT
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0002.xml
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THE CURTISS AEROPLANE & MOTOR CO., Inc.
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THE CURTISS AEROPLANE & MOTOR CO., Inc.
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0003.xml
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SOCIÉTÉ LORRAINE-DIETRICH
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SOCIÉTÉ LORRAINE-DIETRICH
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0004.xml
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THE PRATT & WHITNEY AIRCRAFT CO.
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THE PRATT & WHITNEY AIRCRAFT CO.
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0005.xml
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ADVANCE AIRCRAFT CO.
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ADVANCE AIRCRAFT CO.
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0006.xml
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Aviation Institute of U. S. A.
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Aviation Institute of U. S. A.
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PITCAIRN AIRCRAFT·INC.
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PITCAIRN AIRCRAFT·INC.
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0009.xml
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Spokane
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Spokane
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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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Sometime between the tenth and fifteenth day of this month the Fokker single engined (450 hp. Jupiter) monoplane “Old Glory” will be taken off Roosevelt Field, L. I., by Lloyd Bertand and James DeWitt Hill to attempt to make a non-stop flight to Rome, and, if successful, a return flight to New York, stopping en route at places yet to be announced.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0013.xml
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0014.xml
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Editorials
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New Markets for New Types
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AT THE present time there seem to be three principal types of planes which are being manufactured commercially and on a production basis in this country. One is the three place open cockpit plane, another is the cabin plane built around the Wright Whirlwind engine, while the third plane is the large single engined mail plane.
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Editorials
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Step by Step
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THOUGH Col. Charles A. Lindbergh. Clarence Chamberlin, Commander Bvrd and Lieutenant Maitland mav have had different exneriences during their great flights, and obtained a varying assortment of impressions, there is one point on which they all agree.
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Editorials
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The Follow-Through
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HOW LONG will it Last?” is a question that is being asked in aviation circles regarding the enthusiasm of the public for flying. The great overocean flights that have come so regularly after the Lindbergh hop have served to whip the aeronautical cream of popular enthusiasm to a plastic condition.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0017.xml
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Construction of New York to Rome Fokker is Similar to Commander Byrd’s "America”
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Construction of New York to Rome Fokker is Similar to Commander Byrd’s "America”
Has Less Wing Area and a 450 Hp. Jupiter Engine Replaces Three Wright Whirlwlnds
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AS THE result of efforts extended by the Public Press Corp. an attempt is to be made to fly from New York to Rome and return. The flight is being financed by William Randolph Hearst, and Lloyd W. Bertaud and James DeWitt Hill, both of the air mail, are to act as pilot and navigator.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0018.xml
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Air Show to be Held at Teterboro Airport
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An airplane show and air circus is to be held at the Teterboro Airport, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., on Aug. 26, 27, 28, under the management of Ivan R. Gates of the nationally known Gates Flying Circus. The proceeds of the meet are for the benefit of a charity fund of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0019.xml
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Herr Loose to Pilot Junkers Plane
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Despite the efforts of the Junker Company at Dessau, Germany, to maintain utmost secrecy regarding a Germany to America non-stop flight attempt, it became known recently that the pilot of the plane, af-33, is to be Herr Loose, well known airman and holder of many records.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0020.xml
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International Aircraft Corp. is Now On a Weekly Production Basis
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International Aircraft Corp. is Now On a Weekly Production Basis
The F17 is an Open Cockpit Biplane Suitable for an OX5 or 150 H.P. Hisso Engine
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ONE OF THE most promising of California’s commercial aircraft firms is the International Aircraft Corp, of Long Beach. The company started construction of their first plane in Feb. 1927 and within two months it was completed. Shortly after that the company was on a production basis of one plane a week and later increased production to two planes a week.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0021.xml
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Canadian Trans-Atlantic Fliers Selected
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Official announcement has been made by Charles Burns, president of Carling Breweries, Ltd., London, Ontario, Can., donor of the $25,000 prize for a 3900 mi. non-stop flight from London Ont., to London, England, to be made at an early date, that the Stinson monoplane (Wright Whirlwind) being built for the trip will be piloted by Capt. W. Roy Maxwell, director of Ontario Government Air Service, together with Capt. Terry Tully, chief pilot of the Northern Ontario Government Forest Fire Patrol.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0022.xml
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Reorganization of Ryan Airlines, Inc.
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The B. F. Mahoney Aicraft Corp. of San Diego, builders of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh’s “Spirit of St. Louis” and formerly known as the Ryan Airways, has been reorganized and recapitalized at $500,000. An expansion program which calls for the construction of one complete monoplane for each working day and a change in name of the monoplane which came into fame through the successful flight of Colonel Lindbergh has been announced by Mr. Mahoney.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0023.xml
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Guessing Contest
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0024.xml
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Navy Pilot Sets Twelve New Records
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Navy Pilot Sets Twelve New Records
Speed, Duration and Distance Marks Made by Lieutenant Connell During 11 Hr. 7 Min. 18 Sec. Flight in PN-10 Navy Seaplane
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LIEUT. BYRON J. CONNEL, U. S. N,, navigator of the ill-fated seaplane in which the late Comdr. John Rodgers and crew drifted on the Pacific near Honolulu until rescued, recently piloted a PN-10 into the air at San Diego, Cal., with a total gross load of nearly 11 tons and remained aloft for 11 hr. 7 min. 18 sec. while flying over a triangular course for a total distance of 947.58 mi. and established what are claimed to be 12 new records for twin engined seaplane.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0025.xml
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The Trans-Atlantic Airmen Return
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0026.xml
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Flies 10,000 Miles During Good Will Tour
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During the recent seven week Good Will Tour of the United States made in an amphibian airplane by Major Herbert A. Dargue, Army Air Corps, and Walter 0. Lochner of Trenton, N. J., a total distance of 10,000 mi. was flown and visits were paid to 100 cities in 34 states of the Union.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0027.xml
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Junkers Three Engined Planes on 17 Lines
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A recent report issued by the Junkers corporation in Germany tells of the number of its single and three engined planes used in the operating of 50 air transport lines in various parts of the world. The report states that 17 of the lines are equipped with three engined planes while the others use single engined planes.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0028.xml
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The Distinguished Flying Cross
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Since the Distinguished Flying Cross has been awarded to officers of the Army and Navy for recent long distance flight, there have been many enquiries regarding the awarding the cross to air mail pilots and aviators for extraordinary deeds and heroic achievements.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0029.xml
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On the Wing
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0030.xml
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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British Schneider Cup Entry Being Tested
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According to reports received from England the British mystery seaplane entry for the Schneider Cup race to take place this Fall at Venice, Italy, is now undergoing secret tests. The plane is closely guarded at the Calshot Airdrome, and even officers of the Royal Air Force are unable to approach it.
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Salvaged “America” Back in its Hangar
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The salvaged parts of the three-engined Fokker monoplane “America” in which Commander Byrd and his three companions flew from New York to the shores of Ver-Sur-Mer, France, have been returned to its hangar at Reosevelt Field, L. I. Five trucks transported the parts of the plane from the SS Leviathan to the field.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0032.xml
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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Bids Invited for Two Air Mail Routes
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Postmaster General New recently issued advertisements inviting bids, returnable Aug. 18, on two additional air mail routes, one between Atlanta and New Orleans via Birmingham and Mobile, and the other between Memphis and St. Louis. The successful bidders are expected to begin service on both routes not later than six months from the date of award of contract.
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Coming in to Land
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Transportation Accidents
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Transportation Accidents
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ROY E. RUSSELL
IN ALL history there has never been a mode of transportation which has received the interest from the public that the airplane is today receiving. Every newspaper and periodical makes mention of it in some way and the general topic of conversation concerns airplanes.
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German Fliers Hasten Flight Preparations
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German reports state that Ernst Udet, famous war ace, and Otto Koenneeke, also an ace, are speeding up preparations for their respective Germany to America non-stop flights. Udet has announced that he will start from Munich not later than Sept. 5.
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New Seaplane Altitude Record
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Aircraft Trade Notes
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Record Landing Gear Tests by Photography
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A novel and very effective system of recording tests of new designs has recently been put into practice at the Alexander Aircraft factory, Denver, Colo. By means of a small moving picture camera, a complete picture of the loading, test, and point of failure is made.
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Aircraft Trade Notes
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Haskelite on Ocean Flight Planes
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The many air records held by planes in which albumenglue plywood was used indicates the important part this product has in aircraft construction. Plywood manufactured with albumen glue by the Haskelite Manufacturing Corp. was used in Lindbergh’s Ryan monoplane for wing beams, leading edges, and in part of the fuselage structure, including the closed cabin in which Lindbergh sat.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0039.xml
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Aircraft Trade Notes
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Spalding Flying Helmet and Suit
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For many years A. G. Spalding and Bros., New York City, have given much time and effort to the development of aviators’ clothing and other flying equipment. H. R. Hart of the Aviation Department, who developed much of this, equipment, has been granted patents on an improved radio helmet and an oxygen helmet, as well as a flying suit.
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Aircraft Trade Notes
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The Westinghouse Micarta Propeller
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The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa., has been experimenting for some time with propellers made of a material called “micarta”. Originally developed as an insulator for electrical work, micarta has found many other uses due to the facility with which it can be moulded or machined.
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Aircraft Trade Notes
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Pioneer Manufacturing Navigation Lights
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The Pioneer Instrument Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y., is now producing navigation lights which fulfill the requirements of Sec. 85 “Lights”, of the air commerce regulations. They include side lights designed for mounting on vertical surfaces and tail lights for mounting on a horizontal surface.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0042.xml
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LOENING AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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LOENING AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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AIRCRAFT PATENTS
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AIRCRAFT PATENTS
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Copies of patents may be obtained by writing the Patent Office, Washington, D. C., giving the patent number and the name of the inventor. Cost 10c each. Reissue No. 16,644—HEAT-TRANSFER SYSTEM FOR AIRCRAFT. Hemphrey F. Parker, Philadelphia, Pa. 20 Claims.
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Another Famous Signature
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Aviation Publishing Corporation
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Aviation Publishing 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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An airplane service between Johannesburg and Durban, South Africa, will be inaugurated during the early part of next year. Negotiations in connection with this new service have extended over a period of six months. A contract, it is learned, has been entered into with the Post Office authorities for five years, which provides for the payment of an annual subsidy of £8,000.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS
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U. S. Airway Facilities Increasing
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According to Wm. P. MacCracken, Jr., assistant secretary of commerce for aeronautics, a survey of the airway facilities in the United States shows that there are 864 airports and intermediate landing fields, and that as a result of cooperative work now under way 1,000 airports and intermediate landing fields will be established by the end of the current year.
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SCINTILLA MAGNETO COMPANY, INC.
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SCINTILLA MAGNETO COMPANY, INC.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Detroit, Mich.
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C. E. Planck
The “Wise Birds” of Detroit now consist of nine business men who own two Stinson Detroiter enclosed cabin, fourpassenger biplanes. They bought their first plane less than a year ago and last week placed an order with the Stinson Aircraft Corporation for a duplicate plane, upon the acceptance of two more members.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Boston, Mass.
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Daniel Rochford
Boston had its share in the rejoicing over Lindbergh, Byrd, Maitland and Hegenberger and the other brilliant long-distance fliers in official celebrations Friday and Saturday, July 22-23. The Boston parade on Saturday was strengthened by the presence of the 26th Division, Massachusetts National Guard, which had just hiked back on a four day march from the summer training at Camp Devens.
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ALEXANDER AIRCRAET Co.
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ALEXANDER AIRCRAET Co.
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STANDARD STEEL AND BEARINGS INCORPORATED
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STANDARD STEEL AND BEARINGS INCORPORATED
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Springfield, Mass.
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Charles Hanson Gale
Col. Charles A. Lindbergh flew over Springfield July 21 and dropped a message to the mayor. He had been invited to land here but was prevented, largely because of inadequate landing facilities. He circled the center of the city several times and flew low in front of the municipal buildings to drop the message.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Rochester, N. Y.
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Joseph F. Farren
Rochester’s dream of a well equipped airport will soon become a reality as announcement was made by city officials that preliminary steps will be taken within the next few days to equip the municipal aviation field, consisting of 110 acres of land in the southwestern part of the city just outside of the three mile circle.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Santa Monica, Cal.
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George L. Geiger
Civic leaders of this city are working out details for the erection of a statue one hundred and ninety-two feet high as a memorial to the Around-The-World flight which began and ended at Clover Field, then a government training and flying field and now a municipal airport.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0056.xml
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REMINGTON BURNELLI AIRCRAFT CORP.
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REMINGTON BURNELLI AIRCRAFT CORP.
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0057.xml
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Boise, Idaho, Field
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Robert Edward Blackstone
The first commercial airplane to fly from a factory to the Boise airport arrived here July 17. Art L. Walters, who operates the Walters Flying School of Boise, piloted the new plane, a Waco Ten, from Troy, Ohio. For more than 1500 mi. of the distance he was accompanied by Mrs. Walters, who joined her husband at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0058.xml
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THE ACME WIRE CO.
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THE ACME WIRE CO.
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0059.xml
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AVIATION PUBLISHING CORPORATION
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AVIATION PUBLISHING CORPORATION
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0060.xml
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Duluth, Minn.
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H. A. Lindbergh
The well known boulevard drive is providing tourists and local citizens with a fine aerial view of Duluth, but the tremendous interest recently created in aviation means that adequate facilities must be provided to make sightseeing trips from the air convenient, and stamp the community as a progressive stop on the air highways.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0061.xml
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Macwhyte Company
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Macwhyte Company
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0062.xml
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NICHOLAS-BEAZLEY AIRPLANE CO., INC.
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NICHOLAS-BEAZLEY AIRPLANE CO., INC.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Oklahoma City, Okla., Airport
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Ernest W. Fair
The air mail totals are climbing fast, W. G. Johnston, postmaster announced. The second week of July was the peak, 208 lb. and 209 lb. being the record for a week. Bob and Burrell Tibbs both gave short talks to the Exchange Club here as part of the club’s work of putting Oklahoma City forward on the aviation map.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Cheyenne, Wyoming
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George R. Hand
Governor Frank C. Emerson of Wyoming having occasion to make an offcial visit to the President, at the summer White House, in the Black Hills chose to travel by air. An Alexander Eaglerock, piloted by Dick Leferink of the Wyoming Airways, of Casper, was used.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0065.xml
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Gordon & Ferguson Inc.
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Gordon & Ferguson Inc.
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0066.xml
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0067.xml
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PHEASANT AIRCRAFT COMPANY
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PHEASANT AIRCRAFT COMPANY
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0068.xml
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES
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Initial steps have been taken by the Air Corps Reserve Officers Association of Kansas City, Mo., toward the organization of a national association of Air Corps Reserve Officers. The Kansas City Association is communicating with various Air Corps Reserve groups and individuals throughout the country setting forth a tentative plan of organization and asking for suggestions and cooperation with the idea.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0069.xml
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331
331
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0070.xml
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331
331
[no value]
[no value]
THURSTON CUTTING CORPORATION
[no value]
THURSTON CUTTING CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0071.xml
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331
331
[no value]
[no value]
SUMMERILL TUBING COMPANY
[no value]
SUMMERILL TUBING COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0072.xml
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331
331
[no value]
[no value]
J. W. WOOD ELASTIC WEB CO.
[no value]
J. W. WOOD ELASTIC WEB CO.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0073.xml
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332
332
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0074.xml
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332
332
[no value]
[no value]
TITANINE, Inc.
[no value]
TITANINE, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0075.xml
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332
332
[no value]
[no value]
RAGGIO’S MOTOR SHOP
[no value]
RAGGIO’S MOTOR SHOP
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0076.xml
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333
333
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0077.xml
article
334
334
PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER
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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER
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The great interest that is being shown in all parts of the country for the creation of airports is one of the most significant signs of the aeronautical times that we are passing through. Every city that has an airport is taking pride in its foresight.
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0078.xml
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335
335,336
[no value]
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Where to Fly
[no value]
[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0079.xml
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337
337
[no value]
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[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0080.xml
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338
338,339,340
[no value]
[no value]
The Aircraft Service Directory
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[no value]
[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0081.xml
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341
341,342
[no value]
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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[no value]
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[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0082.xml
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342
342
[no value]
[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0083.xml
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343
343
[no value]
[no value]
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AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0084.xml
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52
52
[no value]
[no value]
CHANCE VOUGHT CORPORATION
[no value]
CHANCE VOUGHT CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19270808_0023_006_0085.xml