Aeronautics: Jumping Nurse

A few hours after the Hutchinson "flying family" had been picked up on the coast of Greenland last week (see col. 2), a big Wasp-powered Bellanca monoplane lumbered across Floyd Bennett Field, N. Y. and roared off for Italy. It carried

Danish-born Pilot William Ulbrich, 31, Italian-born Dr. Leon Martocci Pisculli, Manhattan gynecologist, and Edna New comer, 28, a pretty, plumpish brunette nurse from Williamsport, Pa. Also aboard was a woodchuck named Tailwind. Announced purpose of the expedition was to permit Dr. Pisculli to study the effects of fatigue on transatlantic flyers. Believing...

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