AERONAUTICS: Manhattan Show

Only three dozen planes appeared at the New York Aviation Show last week. Few of the better known planes were there. The American Legion, not the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce, had organized the show. But it was the first air exposition that New York has had for almost eight years and 20,000 persons daily endured the active discourtesies of Grand Central Palace Exposition factotums to see the planes. Many a sight-seer bought a plane on the spot. Many another was there just to learn to recognize the different makes in the sky.

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