Transport: Aviation Show

Round & round over New York City one noon last week wheeled some 100 private planes to draw the city's eyes to the sky, its feet to New York's first aviation show since 1930. New Yorkers, 95% male and 50% under 20, responded with a will. They trooped into Grand Central Palace, gaped at 32 planes, milled around 100 exhibition booths, badgered salesmen and demonstrators with questions they could not always answer. With 1936 sales up 85% over 1935 on a gross business of $76,805,000 in ships and parts, U. S. air-crafters beamed on...

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