The Roanoker - September/October 2014 - 22
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WHO'S WHO OF AREA AVIATION
'Aviation in Roanoke':
AMONG THE EVER-EXPANDING
number of photo-driven history books on
the Roanoke area from Arcadia Publishing,
the new "Aviation in Roanoke," by Marshall
Harris and Nelson Harris may well be the
most compelling, not least because of the
many images of the stars of area flying.
Here's the ever-intriguing Salem native Knox
Martin, the first man to fly across the Andes
Mountains. Clayton Lemon, the "father of
aviation in the Roanoke Valley," posing in
front of a propeller. And so many more:
Louise Thaden, Wes Hillman, generations
of the Woodrum family. And a wonderful
1940s' photograph of Helen Fitzpatrick.
There's much more to the book of course.
Each image - of people, airplanes, geography,
towers and more - is accompanied by a deep
and detailed caption, bringing the full scope
of aviation in the valley into focus.
Marshall Harris grew up near Woodrum
Field, which his late father managed for 30
years. Nelson Harris (no relation), former
mayor of Roanoke, has written numerous
articles (several for this magazine) and books
Aviation in Roanoke. Arcadia Publishing. 128 pages. Softbound: $21.99.
on the region's history. Together, and with the
acknowledged help of Wes Hillman, they have
created the definitive picture history of flight
in and around Roanoke.
TOP 10 THINGS GOING ON THE DAY THE FIRST ROANOKER CAME OUT
(THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1974)
Big sale at Heironimus on Mila wigs: $19.99
C&P seeks rate increase from a dime to 20
cents for calls from its 20,000
Virginia pay phones.
U.S. Rep Wilbur Mills tries to explain his
romp with three women in the
D.C. Tidal Pool.
PBR: $1.23 for an 8-pack at People's Drug.
Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty at the
Coliseum on Saturday!
9 a.m. TV choices: Art Levin on 7, Phil Donahue on 10, "I Dream of Jeannie" on 13.
State Senator George Barnes opines that
Virginia should go ahead with
Newspaper Fearless Forecasters on the
Tech/UVa game on Saturday: Dan Smith:
Tech. Bill Brill: UVa. Doug Doughty: UVa.
(Final: UVa 28, Tech 27.)
Faux Hollywood movie producer Mel
Greenberg is about to be sentenced to
12 months for his five days of casting and
other fool-people fun in Lexington.
going on that week: Milan Brothers getting
ready to host its annual Fall Tobacco Festival and Pipe Show!
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