Aeronautics: Films, Flowers, Fruits

Air transport operators made one rate cut because they wanted to last week, prepared to take another because they had to. The voluntary reduction, as high as 50%, was made in air express rates by five airlines operating with Railway Express Agency. The other, and far more important, was a 10% cut in the base pay of all airmail operators, politely "suggested'' to them by Postmaster General Walter Folger Brown.

The mail operators, assembled in conference in Washington, were told by the Postmaster General that a "responsible"' company had offered to undertake the daylight flying...

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