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I stumbled across the story at left today when going through archived newspapers. It's on the backside of an article about my mother that appeared in a February 1940 issue of the Pembina New Era.
What's interesting about this article (although the term is never mentioned in the article itself), is that it's talking about Ferry Command.
I get a big chuckle out of how it's repeatedly stated that NO airplanes are being flown across the border. That is literally true. But what is not mentioned is that there had been planes towed across the border just the month before, thus not breaking the letter of the Neutrality Act of 1939...