Coshocton Tribune/1930/Boy Flyer Hops Again For Columbus

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Boy Flyer Hops Again For Columbus.

Stultz Field, Williamsburg, Pennsylvania; August 15, 1930 (International News Service) Eddie Schneider, 18-year-old Jersey City aviator, took off from here for Columbus, Ohio, at 12:30 p.m. today. Schneider, attempting to lower the junior transcontinental flying record set by the late Frank Goldsborough, was forced down here after rain and low clouds had forced him to descend at Huntington and Water Street, Pennsylvania, yesterday. Schneider refueled his 110 horsepower Cessna monoplane here and said he would stop to refuel again at Columbus. Flying conditions west were reported favorable.

Stultz Field, Williamsburg, Pennsylvania; August 15, 1930. (International News Service) Forced down here, for the third time, after a ten mile hop from Water Street, Pennsylvania, where rain ... fleeting sunshine and winds.

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