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Schneider Pushes Plane  (1930) 

Eddie August Schneider as the subject of an article written by the Associated Press and published in the New York Times on August 22, 1930.

Schneider Pushes Plane. Lands at Albuquerque, New Mexico Under Eight Hours From Los Angeles. Albuquerque, New Mexico; August 21, 1930 (Associated Press). Eddie Schneider, who is attempting to set a west-to-east transcontinental junior flight record, landed here today at 3:15 P.M., Mountain Time, with elapsed time from Los Angeles, California of 7 hours and 58 minutes. Schneider will spend the night here, planning to take off for Wichita, Kansas, at 7:30 A.M. tomorrow. He expects to make the 600-mile flight in six hours. After spending the night in Wichita, Schneider said he will take off for New York City, which he hopes to reach before Saturday night.

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