AERONAUTICS: Flights, Flyers: Jul. 16, 1928

Many a sportsman has his pilot's license, his private plane. But not until last week could he look forward to the prospect of a day at his flying country club. Miss Ruth Rowland Nichols, Junior Leaguer of Rye, N. Y., enthusiastic amateur aviatrix with a non-stop flight from New York to Miami to her credit, shouldered the task of promoting three clubs in New York and New Jersey, forerunners of a nation-wide chain of private and exclusive country clubs devoted to aeronautical sports. Associated with Promoter Nichols are such younger capitalists as William...

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