National Affairs: Chamberlin & Levine

Pilot Clarence Duncan Chamberlin and Passenger Charles A. Levine were last week enjoying the hospitality of Germans, resting in the watering place known as Baden-Baden, inspecting huge multi-motored airships at the Dornier and Zeppelin plants. Some of their doings: ¶Fraulein Thea Rasche, Germany's only licensed woman pilot, was taken for a ride over Berlin by Pilot Chamberlin. Skillful, she also took Passenger Levine for a ride. Correspondents heralded the trips as strengthening to U. S.-German relations.

¶Flyers Chamberlin and Levine hustled to Bremen to meet their respective wives, who arrived from the U....

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