Aeronautics: Fallen Family

Publicity-seeking George R. Hutchinson would have beamed with delight had he seen the front-page space he occupied in the U. S. Press last week when he and his "flying family" were wrecked, then rescued from Greenland's bleak eastern coast. But he must have made a wry face over such comments as:

". . . We have said before that Hutchinson ought to be clapped into jail for thus imperiling his two little daughters. . . . He certainly deserves some punishment, not only for his own act, but as a deterrent to other...

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