AERONAUTICS: Levine's New Model

All summer Charles Albert Levine looped luridly about Europe. Such were his squabbles, such his eccentricities that jokes flourished around his name. Some termed him "publicity seeker;" some, "crank." Many wondered why he did not cease blinking brashly in the limelight and return home.

One reason why Charles Albert Levine did not immediately return home appeared last week. From France came four men and a model. She was trim, neatly proportioned, tapering. She was a model for a 40-ton, 7-motored "flying wing," the like of which Mr. Levine hopes to put into...

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