AERONAUTICS: Emotion Mastered

Buxom, blonde, Nordic Fraulein Rasche came to the U. S. to exhibit her able stunt flying, to fly back across the Atlantic. For many weeks, she had been haunting the flying fields, quarreling with her unnamed backers, posing for photographs. A green and red Bellanca was ready for her trans-Atlantic hop, yet not available until additional safety devices should be installed. Fraulein Rasche fretted, pouted for the press.

Mrs. James A. Stillman appeared as the answer to her troubles. She bought her another Bellanca, painted a tender, feminine sky-blue. She bravely went up with her protege and returned to write a powerful...

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