AERONAUTICS: No Lake Landings?

In New Jersey recently one Frank A. Morgan made routine application to the State Board of Commerce & Navigation for permission to operate an amphibian service between Lake Hopatcong, popular resort, and New York. Last week leaders of the aviation industry, no less than Mr. Morgan, were astounded, then indignant to learn that permission was refused; moreover, that aircraft "will not be permitted to land on any New Jersey inland waters."

Unprecedented, this ruling whipped up a squall of protest. The Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce called...

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