Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1930 · Page 2
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US FROM . '' ft. BAfftD, IT. I*. A*l*tl<m Editor. ttlKatON, D. C.. May 27.- tfi* Impetus of federal money on'g wr«ayg win be vnotly 1m- fcnd «tp»ndfd during the cdm« fl«5*t year, which begins June 30, WJf tt bffleial* of the commerce »nt> aeronautics bureau. *d in the bureau's vast pro- Which Will cost $7,944.000. are following outstanding projects : i1f«t— -Installation of 900 miles of M» Wf routes. ' giscond— Lighting of 3,000 miles of Hnyt for night flying. Ttilrd— Construction of thirty-three iiaitlonm radio beacons and twenty lrWay radio message stations. fourth— Maintenance In good order the existing wide-spread system of l*8 to flying. What officials regard as one of the Wort IffipOtUAt itngle phase* of the ft*W Mtwifuittes program will be the Opening of a lighted transcontinental airway Across the southern half of the tinned States. When this route is completed, commercial planes will fly ftem New York to Sfln Diego In two nights and one day. Thus, with the use of "Pullman planes," generally forecast, the eastern business man may journey to the west coast with the loss of only one business day. The new transcontinental route will make use of several existing sections, but unllghted portions of the present routes between Midland, Tex., and San Diego, will be equipped with beacons. The cross-continent route will touch tlif following large cities: New York, Atlanta. Port Worth, El Paso, San Diego and T..OS Angeles. Also, a lighted airway will be Installed between Dallas, Little Hock, Memphis, Nashville and Louisville, forming an alternate route to this southern transcontinental system. Further, an additional airway from the middle west to the east will be provided by the St. Louls-IndlanapollB, Columbus. Pittsburgh, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, New York route, which win be equipped with navigation faciii< ties. It is likely, the aeronautics bureau points out, that transcontinental fliers mav vary their route from day to day, selecting the one over which the most Ideal weather conditions prevail. A far-flung weather information servlc* will operate to keep dispatch stations and pilots advised of atmospheric conditions all over the country. Still another lighted airway of considerable importance planned by thd bureau for completion within tho next thirteen months is a cut-off route between Richmond, Va., and Jacksonville, Fla., a distance of 560 miles. Installation ot this airway will provide an alternate night route for planes flving- between Boston, New York and "Florida, connecting at Miami with Pan-American planes. Pilots will have a choice between one route following the Atlantic, coast-line and another over the foothills of the Piedmont section via Atlanta, Completion of tlie aeronautics bureau's ambitious program will give the United States 17,500 miles of lighted airways, which la about 75 per cent tHfi ALfOONA the n*t»oftt m*talted by » At th* tnd thete *IU be stations broftdcaitiftg motion liflurfy. At the i»w>e tim«, thfe government's teletype system for crni- vwHig weather data will have b««n extended to 8,800 miles, or more thftft twice the distance from AmMle* to Then,' scarcely a square mile will be left in tho United States over which flying normally takes place, where a pilot may nbt receive hourly broadcasts of weather information affecting the safety of flight. Along with the development of stable aids to flying, It is forecast, will go further refinement of airplane instruments to insure safety of flight. Two developments of the past year— the automatic pilot and artificial horizon—likely will come into general uae soon, aviation leaders believe. pie.ne* fullv equipped with the most modern Instruments and guided over lighted airways by accurate weather advices should b« able to offer transportation under conditions of unprecedented safety. NEW HOSPITAL IS FAVORED BY ADAMS (Special to Alloona WASHINGTON, O. C'., May ».-* Secretary of the Navy Adams today gave ^'a very favorable reception" to 'the pleas of HepMeentatlveB George Oai-row and William R. Coylo of Penn- sylvanla, for K new hospital where eastern Pennsylvania war veterans may be hospitalized. This was the statement of tlie two Pennsylvanlans after they had discussed • the matter with Secretary Ada»ns at considerable length today. They pointed out to tho secretary that the present facilities in the hospital at the Philadelphia navy yard are severely taxed, and that the necessity for further 1 expansion has been shown In hearings before tho veterans committee of the house. Adams replied, according to tho visitors, that he was heartily in sympathy with them In their effort to secure th6 •••... . bf'our , it they fie* one*, ."T«a fit*JNMnttftf WrVftart, ihsfstftftht to all eKittm Pitin»ylvanl»; cities," ftepregentatlvc Coyle ' featd; titter the audience with Adama,. "JteMiittf'* he veterans lit. cjtler in th* mWflft and eastern portfona are being IrospHalZed at Philadelphia. . >'?>'.•-; "If the neW.bulWIng ft.- will mean th\lt etllf M" veterans can be hospital place near their homes, a. win have the Advantag* <t>t rtfofe ern facilities." ; Representative ttartow Mid he Has high hopes ot passage of Itt* bill which would authorise the new building at Philadelphia to replace the existing structures. . This bill has already been approved by the veterans committee, of the house, and is now on the o*lendar. having been recently reported. You can have your beverages cooled with attractive colored Ice cubs If you use' vegetable coloring in the water you put Into the Ice-cubes In the mechanical refrigerator. *v 411 w fi in li II. <l II II 11 II II tl 31 n ti II II (I II If tl il II II II II II II II Coming events cast their "Beef to the Ankles!" When tempted to ovar-fnduff • "Reach for a lucky instead" Bemoderate—bemoderateinallthingg.eveninsmok- ing. Avoid that future shadow* by avoiding over* indulgence, if you would maintain that modern, ever-youthful figure. "Reach for a lucky instead." Lucky Strike/ the finest Cigarette you ever smoked/ made of the finest tobacco —The Cream of the Crop— "IT'S TOASTED." Lucky Strike has an extra, secret heating process. Everyone knows that heat purifies and so 20,679 physicians say that Luckies are less irritating to your throat. 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