Transport: Sky Centre

Already well-established as a highway, automobile-equipment and racing centre, Indianapolis last week reached for the sky—and apparently got quite a piece of it. Aware that the U. S. Bureau of Air Commerce conducts its all-important aircraft tests here, there & everywhere, Indianapolis' Mayor Walter C. Boetcher and Airport Manager Nish Dienhart descended on Washington, grandly offered the north-west 400 acres of their new 974-acre, $1,500,000 municipal airport to the B. A. C. as a free gift from a great-hearted city. Safely inland in case of war, less than eight miles from downtown Monument...

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