In Partnership With

October 25, 1930

Washington; Laws and Regulations

Larger Personnel for Navy Air Force

Airports and Operation Bases

Airport Construction

WATCHING THE NEWS GO BY

Watching the News Go By

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Washington; Laws and Regulations

Larger Personnel for Navy Air Force

Will Transfer 560 Men To That Branch; Other Plans

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Airports and Operation Bases

Airport Construction

The municipal airport at Hattiesburg, Miss., has been completed at a cost of about $50,000. The 328-acre field, which lies two miles south of the city, is lighted and has a 12-plane hangar. English Field, Amarillo, Tex., has been completed and dedicated.
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WATCHING THE NEWS GO BY

Watching the News Go By

According to the newspapers, the Massachusetts Coast Guard is about to acquire some amphibion airplanes for the purpose of going out to sea and photographing rum-runners in the actual process of obtaining liquor from the larger boats outside of the twelve mile limit.

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Technical

Test Deviometer in Actual Service

Device to Supplement Visual Radio Range Beacon

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AIRCRAFT IN SERVICE

Aircraft in Service

ST. LOUIS—A Bellanca Wasp-powered skyrocket has been added to the Shed Petroleum Corp. fleet. The company’s other planes are a Lockheed Vega and a Travel Air low-wing “S.” The firm’s tri-engined Fokker was lost in the million-dollar fire that consumed the Chicago Municipal Airport hangars.
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AERONAUTICAL FINANCE

The Importance of Adequate Working Capital

THE DEVOTION of all available capital to the building up of a sound selling plan and selling organization, to the financing of sales, to establishing the credit of the company, and to the installation of essential mechanical and business improvements, has proven in the past the most profitable procedure on the part of industrial corporations.

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BRIEFLY

Briefly

The Prince of Wales has been invited to attend the twenty-seventh anniversary celebration of the first successful airplane flight by the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk, N. C., on December 17. The invitation was issued by the Kill Devil Hill Memorial Association through the Department of State.
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Industrial

Warner Sales Rights for China to Gale Firm

DETROIT — Exclusive sales rights in China on Warner Scarab engines have been granted to The L. E. Ga’e Co., Hankow, by Warner Aircraft Corp., Detroit, according to Willis C. Brown, vice-president in charge of sales. The initial two-year contract was made by L. E. Gale, president, and includes authorized service for Warner Scarab engines with repair and replacement parts and accessories.
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Meets, Tours, Derbies

All-Eastern States Air Races Held at Trenton, New Jersey

American Legion Sponsors Affair on Oct. 18-19 To Acquire Funds for Air Memorial at Lakehurst

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Foreign

Japanese Aviation Activities Outlined

Government and Civilian Departments Now Expanding

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