AERONAUTICS: Canada's Air Dominion

(See map p. 77)

Returning from gaily cold Montreal to unusually chilly Washington last week, Warren Irving Glover, Assistant Postmaster General in charge of mail transportation (see p. 68), had a new respect for Canada's aviation enterprise. He had been to Montreal to arrange for two more U. S.-Canadian air mail services and for the passage of Canadian mail through U. S. territory. The existing U. S.-Canadian routes are between Montreal and Albany, Toronto and Buffalo and Vancouver and Seattle. Next month a new line will connect Minneapolis-St. Paul to Winnipeg by way...

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