September 6, 1930

National Air Races

360,000 Total Attendance Reported as Races Close

Industrial

July Exports Show Recession

Airports and Operation Bases

Official Report of Fire Tests Given

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National Air Races

360,000 Total Attendance Reported as Races Close

Contests More Numerous During Final Days; The Running Story, Wednesday Through Monday
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Industrial

July Exports Show Recession

Above July, ’29, However; Report 7-Mo. Totals for 1930
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Airports and Operation Bases

Official Report of Fire Tests Given

Consideration of Sprinklers Urged in Building Projects
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Airports and Operation Bases

Airport Construction

New Sites, Enlargements
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National Air Races

Day-by-Day Results for Full Race Period

Saturday—Opening Day EVENT No. 26—Civilians’ closed course (open), 1,000 cu.in.—first, J. G. Haizlip, lowwing Travel Air, 183.36 m.p.h.; second, "Speed” Holman, Wright-powered Laird Speedwing, 170.72 m.p.h.; third, B. O. Howard, Wright Gipsy Howard 159.43 m.p.h. Five entries.

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National Air Races

Report on S.A.E.; A. S. M. E. Sessions

Economics of Designing Emphasized at Chicago
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Finance

Aero Security Trends

IT is HIGHLY important at this time to carefully observe the relationship of the movement of aeronautical securities to that of the general trend of the market as a whole. Herein may rest an important clew—as the combined opinion of the market is certainly not altogether without value—in arriving at an estimate of the near future prospects of the various corporations.
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Editorial

Editorial

ANOTHER National Air Race week has passed into history without a shambles among the spectators. To continue indefinitely the practice of diving across the grandstand in formation, however great the altitude may be, is none the less to invite disaster.
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Foreign

Foreign

The publishers of The Aeroplane (London) are introducing a new magazine to be called The Sailplane and Glider. The first issue appears this week, and the subscription rate is $.75 for three months, in England. As a result of slight heating of one engine in a recent test flight, caused by a tight crankshaft bearing, all of the Curtiss Conquerors on the Do.X are to be torn down and inspected.
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Lines, Services, Traffic

Airways

A. F. Taliaferro, Jr., chairman of the airport section of the Aeronautics Branch, was in Milwaukee, Wis., recently, advising local officials and business men on the selection of a site for a new lakefront airport. Local pilots have protested strongly against levying of a three-dollar fee per plane for lighting the Rochester, N. Y., municipal airport.
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