Lakes & Streams. When New Jersey's State Board of Commerce & Navigation ruled that aircraft must not alight on Jersey's inland waters, loud was the protest of the men who build, sell and operate seaplanes and amphibians (TIME, Sept. 29). H. Stewart McDonald Jr., counsel for the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce, and John J. Redfield for Curtiss-Wright Corp. confronted the Board last fortnight, wrung from it a modification of the ruling in principle: Instead of being a blanket restriction, the rule shall apply only to Lake Hopatcong. Each application for water landings...

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