More than $140,000 has been offered for transatlantic flights. Raymond Orteig's $25,000 for a flight between New York and Paris was won by the then Capt. Charles Augustus Lindbergh. The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce's $15,000 was won by the Cham-berlin-Levine flight to Germany. About $100,000 rests unclaimed. The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin posted $25,000 for a flight from Europe to Philadelphia; the Boston Chamber of Commerce pledged $25,-000 for a flight from Europe to Boston; the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce will give $25,000 for a plane to alight in Cleveland from Paris....

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