AERONAUTICS: Midlands Man

If cows could fly, Chicagoans would rejoice. Bovines could then be driven from the plains of Texas to the vast abattoirs of the Windy City in coveys, flocks, flights. If airplanes ever get big enough, even this may come to pass. . For the present, Chicagoans and Texans alike are content to rejoice that their lette. 3 back and forth about cows, and about oil, cotton, shipping and mail-order goods, are in transit a whole business day less than they used to be. Last week the National Air Transport Inc. inaugurated daily service with a fleet of airmail trucks between...

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