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WACO PLANE HOLDS PERFECT SCORE FOR NATIONAL AIR TOUR All Troy-Buil Upon [[new page]] LINDBERGH FLIES TO NEW JERSEY; VISITS NEW YORK nous Colonel Leaves Spirit of St. Louis" at Airport for Overhauling. PPING PLACE IS SECRET tic Flight Hero Expects Give Attention to Preparation of His Book y The Associated Press) BROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J.- Charles A. Lindbergh [[new column]] AMERICAN FLYERS ARE HONORED IN PARIS (Continued from Page One.) play of the Stars and Stripes as much in welcome to the flyers as to celebrate America's Independence day. PEAK IS ATTAINED The peak of Commander Byrd's Paris triumph was reached tonight when Marshal Foch, ex-President Millerand, General Gourand, M. Bokanowski, M. Doumer, Minister of Public Works M. Franchet and a hundred other notable Frenchmen joined with Americans in cheering him, and Clarence D. Chamberlin and their flying comrades, at the American Chamber of Commerce dinner. It was more a manifestation for the American aviators than a celebration of Independence day. Sheldon Whitehouse, the American charge in the absence of Ambassador Herrick, spoke and Benjamin Connor president of the [[new column]] DRIVER OF TRUCK LOSES CONTROL; SEVEN ARE HURT Colored Occupants of Vehicle On Way to Ball Game, Injured in Mishap at Middletown. (Special to The Dayton Journal.) MIDDLETOWN, O., July 4 - Seven colored persons were injured at 4 o'clock this afternoon when John Bowen, colored, 44 yeras [[years]] old, Royal street, Dayton, lost control of a truck he was driving near Germantown, eight miles northwest of here. The injured were taken to the city hospital. Several sustained internal injuries. All were cut and bruised about the body. The injured are: Josephine Mil- [[new column]] Altitude Mark For Seaplanes Boosted, Is Tip (By the Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, July 4.- What is believed to be an altitude record for seaplanes was established here today by Lieutenant C.C. Champion, naval aviator, holder of the old record. Flying a Wright Apache place, Lieutenant Champion soared to a height of 37,500 feet. The instrument will be sent to the bureau of standards tomorrow for verification. The Apache is a light fighting plane, carrying a Pratt and Whitney Wasp engine, capable of developing 450 horsepower. COUPLE KILLED AS TRAIN HITS [[new column]] (By the Associated Press) NEW YORK, July 4. - More than 1,500 persons who attended the Independence day celebration of the Tammany society in the old Fourteenth street "wigwam" today were roused to several minutes of sustained cheering by the mention of Governor Alfred E. Smith as a presidential possibility. State Senator William T. Byrne of Albany declared that the governor "stood shoulder to shoulder with Thomas Jefferson" as presidential timber. Supreme Court Justice C.T. Crain demanded that this country "cease to stand with its hat in its hand (at the Geneva conference), asking Great Britain how many cruisers it may build." Dargue in Florida (By The Associated Press.) TALLAHASSEE, Fla., July 4 - Major H.A. Dargue, who led the Pan-American flight, reached Tal- [[Next Page]] Lindbergh's Mile His Ho Colonel Charles A traveled about 40,000 mile their arrival in St. Louis represents in part, the Panama, Januray 8, and not listed: From 10, 1927 - San Diego 12, 1927 - St. Louis 20, 1927 - NEW Y 27-31, 1927 - Paris 17, 1927 - New Yo 20, 1927 - New Yo 13, 1927 - Washing 28, 1927 3, 1928 - Mexico 3, 1928 - Havana Lindbergh's own Panama, was miles 31:44 ho to Santo Dom iles, 12 hou represents to his dation sp [[new column]] Attend Dinner for Airmen rs. E.J. Junkin and Mrs. Charles wers went to Dayton Monday to et the pilots of the airplanes com- ng in the third annual National ability air tour. They experienced indescribable thrill when Mr. Mey- in Waco No. 10, accompanied by mascot, "Whirlwind Jimmy," was first of the flyers to land. Mrs. Junkin and Mrs. Meyers weere at the dinner given for the fly- in the Miami hotel. In their group Mr. Meyers, Richard Blythe who publicity man for Col. Charles dbergh [[Lindbergh]], and T.H. Embry, both of are passengers in Meyers' plane, Nelson and John Wood who is al- piloting a Waco in the tour. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. Jun- met Orville Wright, Detroit official ted each plane as it arrived. Mrs. Junkin, whose late husband president of the Advance Air- company and Mrs. Meyers, whose band is a Waco pilot, said the af- noon [[afternoon]] and evening was a wonderful perience [[experience]] meeting and talking agian the pilots, many of whose names among the famous for their daring oits in the air and their contribu- [[contributions]] to aircraft [[new paper]] "Of all the inventions, the alphabet and the printing press excepted, these inventions which bridged distances have done more for civilization." - McCauly
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