AERONAUTICS: Two Airplanes

On the slim neck of earth that connects the Western continents two airplanes waited. They were the two most famous active airplanes in the world today, the Spirit of St. Louis and the Nungesser-Coli. They waited while their pilots were shaking hands in Panama. Col. Lindbergh (resting for several days) greeted with the most energetic approval Frenchmen Dieudonne Costes and Joseph Lebrix, first airmen to fly the South Atlantic. (TIME, Oct. 24.) Panama City displayed the triple red white and blues of France, of Panama, of the U. S. Unwearied by the...

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