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Publication Title:Model Builder
Issue Number:32
Publisher:Model Builder
Issue:July 1974
Publishing Date:01-07-1974
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Workbench by Bill Northrop.
Over the counter by Bill Northrop.
Radio Control Report by Frank Schwartz.
Chopper Chatter by John Tucker.
RC Pylon by Jerry Silverman.
RC Soaring by Le Gray.
Products In Use by Bill Northrop and Phil Bernhardt.
Strictly Sail by Rod Carr.
FF Scale by Fernando Ramos.
Hannans Hangar by Bill Hannan.
Free Flight by Bob Stalick.
NFFS News.
Control Line by Jed Kusik.
Plus Sparks by John Pond.
RC Auto News by Chuck Hallum.

Scale Views
Curtiss Gulfhawk IA by Peter Westburg.

Curtiss A12 Shrike by Charlie Smith.
Peanut Ramsey Flying Bathtub by Don Drury.
Peanut Wittman VW Racer by Walt Mooney.
Out O Sight Old Timer by Phil Bernhardt.
WORKBENCH from Bill Northrops.

We suspect theres a clever plot afoot to sink MODEL BUILDER. The method being used is pretty sneaky and appears quite innocent.
A short time ago we received a small package marked Plain Wrapper Publications Jacksonville Florida. Expecting something entirely different we were nevertheless pleasantly surprised to unwrap an Avon pocket book entitled Nothing By Chance. The author was Richard Bach and if that name doesnt happen to click try Jonathan Livingston Seagull Dick has also written two other flying books Biplane and Stranger To The Ground. Nothing By Chance is the true account of a modern day pilot who set out to recapture the excitement romance and whats-around-the-corner adventures of barnstorming in the 20s and 30s. Dick and some friends spent a summer in the mid-west flying from small town to small town selling rides and giving aerobatic demonstrations. They flew a 3-place Parks biplane a Luscombe and a Travelair 2000 biplane slept in the grass under the wings of their planes performed their own repairs and refusing help from home lived from day to day on the money made doing their thing . . . sometimes having just enough to put off hunger with a hamburger and milkshake.

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