AERONAUTICS: General Aviation Corp.

A fourth very great aviation group* took form last week when Fokker Aircraft Corp. changed its name to General Aviation Corp. and increased its capital shares from 1,000,000 to 5,000,000. Next step is to buy the Fokker manufacturing units of Fokker Aircraft and the Dornier Co. of America. Purpose of General Aviation is to hold control of air producing and operating concerns. So, because Harris M. Hanshue is president of Western Air Express as well as of General Aviation, Western Air Express' inclusion is in prospect. So too is...

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