Business & Finance: Financing

Fields. Speculative is stock in airplane companies; somewhat less speculative is stock in flying fields, since though companies may come and go, the flying field remains always necessary. So last week reasoned many an air-minded U.S. investor, offered stock in Roosevelt Field, Inc., at $18 a share. The new corporation plans to purchase in fee Roosevelt Field, L.I. (from which Col. Lindbergh made his Paris flight) and adjacent Curtiss Field, to supply hangars for planes and parking space and a restaurant for the general public.

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