on at the old airport. So
Chamberlin (right) flew up
and down Harrison Avenue
to attract attention. Finally,
some cars drove to the air..
field and shined headlights
on the grass runway so they
Chamberlin's weekend in Panama City was memorable, thanks to a child who had wandered away from his parents at the airport.
''The world-famous flier," the News-Herald reported, "experienced his first stowaway yesterday, After gaining altitude on one of his numerous sight-seeing trips from the local airport,
(Chamberlin) discovered four-year- old Nickolas Hutchings of Pensacola calmly enjoying the ride. Knowing their son's love for planes, the parents rushed to Chamberlin's plane when it landed. There they found Nickey, all smiles."
Chamberlin--who spent his later years designing engines and operating flight