National Affairs: Embargo Eased

One swallow does not make a summer. One plane does not make an airforce. Nevertheless, the approval of the U. S. State Department, given last week, to the purchase by Mexico of a Ford-Stout all-metal monoplane like the one in which Mrs. Lindbergh, Engineer William B. Stout & Mrs. Stout & friends flew from Detroit to Mexico City, was welcomed in Mexico and discussed in Washington as the harbinger of a general lifting by the State Department of the embargo on U. S. planes sold to Mexico. In approving purchase of the single plane,...

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