1954-Blue Island Sun Standard

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1954-Blue Island Sun Standard - / Kinqshiitqs BY ERLYIME KING Rubinkam Airport:...
/ Kinqshiitqs BY ERLYIME KING Rubinkam Airport: CAA Exa iner Shortv La Bolle issued a private pilot ticket to Edward J Martens of South Chicago, and during tne past flight school are Charles Thomsen from Lansing Norman Hanes of Hazel Crest Georga Mc-Ateer Park Forest Wilbur Mar tin and Karl Huppert from Chica Rensselaer Cessna 140 Russell and Donald Weyent piloted the weyeni isiavion to council biuus Iowa, Shorty LaBolle Ray and Ed Hinch flew to Paftama City Fla and New Orleans La All have re turned to the port. On Saturday Mac MctracKen roue ouai wun Lyle Burge of Blue Island to Rens selaer ana la forte ina fie at this Dort has been heavy partly due to a large flock of new flight students and first solos In structor Irene Leverton soloed Phyhs Matticr WhiUng, Willtam O Mallcy Chicago Eugene Bou ma Chicago, Arnold Pickel. Ham mond Don MacDongcll, Whiting and Harley Archibald, Hammond Instructor Fred Pasternak soloed Charles Mother Jr. (husband of Phvlis), and fred McAteer of Park Forest Instructor Bob Marchand gave the go sign to Jack Dabis of Hammond Robert Simonaes from Whiting and Jerry Tidy of Calu met City Bob, newest addition to the CH flight staff formerly in structed at Chain o Lake* and Field in scum ueno ina in 12 planes flew from CH port to Springfield, for breakfast ar t rivina back at home port before Harlam Airport license was issued by CAA aminer James Crea to John Ne ville on Saturday and Flight In A onvate nilot structor Clem O' Edwin MrHugh of Chicago Ed Duvelle also from Chicago, pilot ed a first solo okaved bv In Airport; Traf j structor Bob Bax David Meade John Jacrtis and Vincent iseisey all from Chicago, have started flight training A first solo crosscountry flight was made on Friday by Paul Hennip of Oak Lawn to DuPage County Airport and Wally Sedgwick rode dual with Charles Pry or to Champaign Same day Instructor Harry Data rode with and Ray Fox have returned to Chicago to make their home after a vcar s residence in California Both were former Harlem Airport Instructor Paul Love Injured in i industrial accident remains on an ex-GI with many hours the critical list in Passavant hos- ot t light logged |pitai students recently enrolled in tne Jllgni ot That's all for now'

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  1. Blue Island Sun Standard,
  2. 08 Apr 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 19

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