Monday, November 7, 2011

Aviation Souvenir Feb 1977 Southwest Airlines Magazine Flight Attendants Hostess of the Month retro Texan 1970's Texana San Antonio Texas






Aviation Souvenir Feb 1977 Southwest Airlines Magazine Flight Attendants Hostess of the Month retro Texan 1970's Texana San Antonio Texas
Aviation Souvenir Feb 1977 Southwest Airlines Magazine Flight Attendants Hostess of the Month retro Texan 1970's Texana San Antonio Texas







































SOUTHWEST AIRLINES MAGAZINE dated February 1977

Shaping the Future of San Antonio's Missions

Ruin or Restoration

FOLLOW THE SUN The Valley offers relief for winter-weary fishermen

December through March fishing in the Valley

Plus HOSTESS OF THE MONTH ....

Beverly Brundage ....wife of Southwest Pilot Captain Brundage

But there are many photos of Gayle Cook ( Aerobic Instructor ) on pages 12 thru 14



PROFILES OF TEXAS : AVIATION PIONEERS

1901 EZEKIEL AIRSHIP MANUFACTURING COMPANY

It flew in the Spring of 1902 - powered by a two cylinder gasoline engine developing 80 horsepower

Concept of "wind wheel" - wheels within wheels equipped with vanes to give them lifting power

In Texarkana in 1903 it was destroyed by a hurricane

In 1910 another airship was built in Chicago - it flew successfully but Pilot crashed into a light pole & knocked off a wing

The helicopter is a direct descendant of the flying machine invented by Rev. Burrell Cannon, Pastor of a Baptist Church in Pittsburg , Texas

of course there is a Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant on page 24 too!

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