local businesses welcome Ozark Air to Moberly 1964

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local businesses welcome Ozark Air to Moberly 1964 - Com- lane; 140 and Ferguson, Donald Skyinne;...
Com- lane; 140 and Ferguson, Donald Skyinne; members, service. Man of the Year; and the Na- liounl Aeronautic Associalioi selected him as the 1957 recipient of the Wright Brothers Na tional Trophy," for siguificnn public service of enduring vir lue to aviation in the Unilec Fox R M A N Y Col. Mrs. Anna parli- the Stuttgart, 30. lo r a t i o al evaluate of the Headquarters, Army Army over- this graduate Slates." Born In Massachusetts Senator Symington was bori June 20, 1901, in A m h e r s t Mass., his f a t h e r , Ihe lat Judge William Stuart Syming Ion be.ing a teacher at Amhers In 1924 he was married lo Eve lyn Wadsworth, daughter United Stales Senator James \\ Wadsworlh of New York. The have two sons, S t u a r t am James, bolh veterans and lav ycrs. He was graduated froi Ynle University with an AB d gree. After leaving college i 192o, he worked with variot electrical and iron and stee companies, becoming presider of Emerson Electric Iiranufm t tiring Company of St. Louis i 1938. The old airport association passed a petition around, and venluaily Ilia people of Mobery voted to construct the airport, nt its present location, with WPA funds. When World War II developed, a Civil Air Palrol squadron in a plan to keep open for flying. was formed the airport However, the government took all available aircraft for training and Ihe airport was closed. Brnyton Flying Service The city procured the Brayton Flying Service of SI. Louis to house and store the aircraft, 12 in number, with the understanding that they would start a CPT flying program in conjunction with the Moberly Junior College. This Was done, and quite a number of pllols ceived their wings and went on lo fly heavier aircraft all over Ihe world. (Editor's note: James G. Carney, cashier In the city water department, was in the office Are Chandlers Paris Guests PARIS - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cliandler of Bemidji, Minn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boss McGee Tuesday and Wednesday. The Chandlers f l e w their own plane and they were supposed to arrive In Paris on Saturday but were forced to land at N'ewton, Iowa aud remain there until Tuesday because of the stormy weather conditions. Mr. Chandler was tail gunner on a plane in World War II that was burned. J. T. McGee, a son of the Paris McGees, was one of a crew of 13 that perished. Chandler was the only one thai survived. He has conie to have a son-like relation with th'e McGees. the Danny and and will be at a Paris high p.m. The be will king and are Danny ATTEND BRADLEY AIRPORT REDEDICATION SUNDAY Pardon Us... We're A Day Early! We j u s t couldn't pass "Congratulations" to . . . up the o p p o r t u n i t y to say OZARK For several years now we've been urging folks to pro; feet the investment they have in their property with one payment, low cost Title Insurance. : With Ozark's record of 5,000,000 passengers carried ! in safety, we feel they offer protection too ... travel safety, Funny thing, we always enjoy talking about protection, Randolph County Abstract Company W. B. Stone, Pres. James L Stone, Sec. Frances W. Stone, Mgr. ?09 N. Clork St. Mojxrly, Mo. Dial AM 3-5018 YOUR CONNECTION... to the world of air travel to the world of banking (Fir BANK V TRUST iTYV TRUST ca Mlnil«a TtAtiJ t,.,, , '' · ·"·w^ 1 *' rv^^WT^H ftn^T^V Mcmbet F«4er«l Dtp*** hkMr*** Corp******

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  1. Moberly Monitor-Index,
  2. 24 Apr 1964, Fri,
  3. Page 14

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