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Robbins as active head of the organization.
Robbins retained "president" title temporarily.
Traveling with Frye was the (then) president of TWA, Richard W. Robbins, Assistant to
Richard W. Robbins
by a Technical Committee
with members being Frye, Robbins
, Lindbergh, and Tomlinson.
technical assistant to the TWA president Richard W. Robbins, who incidentally, was a business
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Kohler Aviation had been used by former TWA President Richard Robbins as a test case.
Robbins, who was forced out of TWA for his involvement in the Spoils Conference of 1930, convinced Kohler they would benefit from his involvement.
Robbins was named Vice-President of Kohler Aviation.
It was then that the carrier's application for their own contract was denied by the Post Office.
Robbins then resigned from Kohler.
But a few cowboys still call ...
But a few cowboys still call Belvidere home, including 71-year-old Dick Robbins, whose ranch is situated not far from town.
"Oh yeah," he
"I'm living proof that the only ex-cowman is a dead man."
has "250 damn cows now" after being down to zero twice.
Despite its beauty, there was little potable water, Robbins
"You could drill a hole in downtown Belvidere and you'll probably find fluid that even a rabbit couldn't drink," he
"The good water came a little higher."
The railroad began shipping water in tank cars, transferring it to a cistern near the depot, according the Kiowa history book.
Crews drilled a well two miles east and eventually water was piped into town.
comes to town
likes to tell of a story that supposedly ran in the Yale University alumni bulletin at one time.
About 10 percent of the population of Belvidere was Yale
The rest, bootleggers, the publication stated.
"There never was a legal source of alcohol," Robbins
said with a chuckle, but noted his
father, a couple uncles and a cousin all graduated from Yale
Robbins' father, Richard
, graduated form Yale in 1913 and attended Carnegie Tech.
then worked on the New York Stock Exchange
He eventually was president of Trans World Airlines.
In the early 1970s, Dick Robbins
took over the operation.
recalls when there were six trains a day going into Belvidere.
also recalls the day the 2002 when the last train rolled into town.
It still brings hard feelings to the surface for Robbins
, who said he
wouldn't elaborate much on the topic.
said matter-of-factly, "that railroad didn't die a natural death.
Richard W. Robbins, ...
Richard W. Robbins, president of Transcontinental and Western Air, announced that starting January 1st, transcontinental mail from New York to Los Angeles will be handled in one day.
This is faster by one day than in the past.
The new route will consisted of Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City, Wichita, Amarillo, Albuquerque, Winslow and Kingman.
There is also a route from Chicago to Salt Lake City.
Mr. Robbins stated, "The change is in line with the post office department's program to improve service and still reduce expenses.
The mail will be flown at a net savings of 10 per cent to the post office department.
Within a week, two Douglas engineers ...
Within a week, two Douglas engineers were in TWA's New York office with plans laid out before Frye and TWA's president, Richard Robbins.