Brownsville Herald/1930/Schneider After Another Record

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Schneider After Another Record. Municipal Airport, Los Angeles, California; August 21, 1930 (Associated Press) Eddie Schneider, newly crowned east-west junior transcontinental speed king, took off at 6:17:30 a.m. (Pacific Standard Time) today in an effort to establish a new west-east junior transcontinental air record. He planned to make his first stop at Albuquerque, New Mexico. Despite a load of 140 gallons of gasoline, Schneider pulled his little monoplane into a fast climb and quickly was out of sight.

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