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-1- SOUND Scott,- FREEDOM OF FLIGHT WHK-MUTUAL 8:15-8:30 PM EST NOVEMBER 15, 1946 ANN'CR: The first Annual National Aircraft Show opens its doors to all America .. greeting you with an aeronautical revue of familiar names .. "Freedom of Flight" .. staged from the flag draped International Bazaar in the heart of aviation's first TOTAL exposition. SOUND: PLANE ZOOMS MUSIC: COME JOSEPHINE IN MY FLYING MACHINE, FULL AND FADE ANN'CR: Tonight the cowling is off the heart of America's mighty air fleet. In Cleveland, Ohio, the forty-three year old aircraft industry is showing the world that the airplane is of age, ready to assume its rightful place in a peacetime world. On the floor of the Fisher Bomber Plant, onetime B-29 factory, over a half million square feet of aeronautical exhibits are thrilling thousands of aviation's first nighters, printing a message significant to all .. MUSIC: CUT NARRATOR: (LOUD SPEAKER ECHO) AIR POWER IS PEACE POWER! MUSIC: MILITARY FANFARE MUSIC: DRUM BG ANN'CR: In a military spectacle, the most fabulous ever presented, cu[[corner of page torn off]] crowds surround the airplanes of today and tomorrow. From [[torn off]] the Lightning and the Black Widow to the Shooting Star and [[torn off]] jet propelled Phantom, just revealed. But in this total [[torn off]]
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