Camden Courier-Post – February 7, 1933
A tour of Camden’s leading industrial plants following a reception at Central Airport has been arranged for Stanley F. Hausner, the “Flying Pole” of Newark, when he is the guest of this city Thursday.
Hausner, who was rescued 550 miles off the coast of Portugal after being missing for more than a week on his solo hop from New York to Warsaw, will arrive at the airport at 10:15 AM. There he will be greeted by Mayor Roy R. Stewart, who will deliver the welcome address. The mayor will escort Hausner to the City Hall where, from the mayor’s office, the aviator will get a glimpse of Camden “from the air.”
Hausner is to address the Camden County Real Estate Board as a guest of the United Polish Organizations here. here. The real estate board has extended invitations to all other local service clubs to attend the luncheon.
After the luncheon, Hausner will visit the RCA- Victor, the New York Shipbuilding Company and other plants. The Polish organizations will hold a. mass meeting at 8:00 PM at Parrish Hall, Tenth and Liberty Streets, at which Hausner will speak.
His visit here is part of a program to raise funds for another attempted flight to Warsaw.