AERONAUTICS: Flights & Flyers: Jul. 29, 1929

Endurance Attempts. Of a flock of aspirants towards new refueling endurance records, one at Houston, Texas, another at Shreveport, La., each managed to keep aloft more than 100 hours last week. A third, a Curtiss-Robertsoh at St. Louis, had been up more than 200 hours, flew on into this week hopeful of passing the 246-hour record.

Stultz Drunk? After Wilmer Stultz was killed, a medical examination, ordered by the District Attorney of Nassau County, Long Island, disclosed sufficient alcohol in his brain to indicate that he was drunk at the time of his crash...

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