After a year's study (financed by $12,000 from the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics) the National Aeronautic Association last week was able to present concrete plans for private flying clubs. Such clubs exist in England and Canada, where the Governments subsidize them as an aspect of national defense (TIME, June 3). In the U. S., club flying, like commercial aviation, must depend on private finances, although the Government gave commercial aviation backbone by means of mail contracts and Government officials are now...

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