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May 1, 1931

EDITORIALS

Accident publicity

EDITORIALS

You don’t say so!

EDITORIALS

Too many beacons

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EDITORIALS

Accident publicity

IN the past nine months there has been little compulsion to give attention to transport accidents or to devise means of dealing with them. There has been little need, in particular, to think of those questions of accident publicity which became so lively a topic in Washington a year and a half ago, but immunity could not continue forever, and now the tragic occurrence in Kansas which cost the life of the best-known figure in American football has brought the matter again very much to the fore.
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EDITORIALS

You don’t say so!

IT IS always pleasant, and sometimes it is absolutely necessary, to engage in controversy with the sprightly gentleman who subscribes himself C.G.G. He is always amusing and always provocative of thought, especially when involved in an argument.
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EDITORIALS

Too many beacons

LIGHTING the national air routes of the United States has been a monumental task, thus far ably performed by the Department of Commerce. Many private beacons have been erected along air routes or near airports. These have been certified by the Department of Commerce wherever they represented a real contribution to air route lighting.
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EDITORIALS

Autogiration and the private market

THE grimmest fact that the aeronautical industry has had to face in the last two years has been the failure of the private purchaser to come up to expectations. He has remained persistently coy, so well hidden that a private market can hardly be said to have existed.
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News of the Month

Century Offers Frequent Trips

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News of the Month

New Transcontinental Schedules

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News of the Month

New Service Started

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News of the Month

Traffic Increases

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News of the Month

Annual Reports

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Safety Records

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