Aeronautics: Within Two Years

"Within Two Years "

"There was a man who built a house upon the sand. And the rains descended and the floods came and the winds blew and beat upon that house and it is still there, and will be till Hell freezes over; because the man that built it had brains enough to know what he was doing. Costs too much to build a house upon a rock."

Thus, with parables perverted, did William Bushnell Stout, designer and builder of Ford tri-motor planes, last week in Aviation magazine castigate the airplane industry for...

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