Edwin - Alaska 1942?
AIRMAIL Airmail arrived in Fairbanks from Outside and left the city for the States today. Laverv Airvay* Pilot Albert Peterson took off for Anchorage today with Jalcr Ulvany. James V. Kc-s'.er. Harry Corrick, Edwin Jones, ar.d Collis Duley. Next night to Anchorage is scheduled for 10 a. m. tomorrow. Pollock Flying Service Pilot John Lynn flew to Grubstake today with E. M. Keyes as passc-n- ger. Pilot Frank Pollack took Mite Jivcoff to Eureka. Pilot Tc-rrence McDonald was riue in Fairbanks from Whitc-hcrse -.v:th six passengers, Pilot Maurice King flew freight 10 1 Wiseman. Scheduled for tomorror,' are flights Whitehorse and Kantishna. Wien Alaska Airlines Pilot Sis Wien was due- in Fairbanks today from Barrow with Corporal James Truly as passenger. PUct Bob Ausley was scheduled to freight to Tar.acrosi and Te'.lin. Pilot Bob Rice \vc.s to tske off for ihe Fcnymilc- Or. ;chedule for tomorrow are flight 'o Nome Crcc':, For: Yukon, ^nd Beaver. Star Air Lines Pilots Chet Brown and Joe Mcr- took off this morning with 550 pounds of rnwl for Kodiak, Homer, Seward, and Anchorage. Passengers aboard the Ford tri-Tioior for Ar.! chorage were Robert E. Pherrir.. Helen Lorimer, Woocrow Weber, Maxine Davis, Earl Fosse, and Gus Uotila. Next flight to Kodiak, vie. Anchorage, with mail and passengers is scheduled for 9 a. m. Saturday. Pan American Airways Arriving in Fairbanks today aboard PAA planes were John Ogriz. inaie Ogriz, Wellman Holbrook, Ray Gerald Cummings. Irving Krause, and Fred Deeming, from Seattle; Ray Wrede, Arnold W. Wrede, Collis Druley. James Pocsky, Edwin Jones, from Juneau; and E. Lenhart and William Heizler i Whitehorse.