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Air Trails April 1938

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:1
Volume:10
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:April 1938
Publishing Date:01-04-1938
Edition:American
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5 ARTICLES
Your Moneys Worth in the Air by Lieut. W. M. Wood page 10
An old timer tells how not to waste your time and money during flight training.
The Luscombe Fifty by Frank Tinsley page 14
A new and exciting reason for the popularity of the modern light plane.
It Does Everything But Crash by Thomas Calvert McClary page 22
A man fell down and got an idea that is making the night airways safer.
The A. B. C. Sailplane page 28
The winner of the Warren Eaton Trophy for sailplane design.
The product of this months Silver Cs pitot.
A Soaring Pilot Dozes by Chet Decker page 34
Past events parade before the pilot at the end of a record flight.

2 STORIES
Night Bird by Joe Archibald page 29
Dope was his nickname and so.
The Crest of the Cordillera (Bill Barnes Air Novel) by George L. Eaton page 38
Bill Barnes meets and matches wits with a cold eyed menace above the silent crags of the Andes.

9 FEATURES
Air Progress page 4 Keeping abreast of the intrude of aviation.
This Winged World page 6 Pictorial array of aviation headlines.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air page 13 Steps in mans climb to aerial conquest.
Weather Test Pilot page 16 A weather samplers daily chore in fair weather or foul he goes aloft to predict the weather of tomorrow.
Whats Your Question page 24 Authoritative answers to readers questions.
Split-second Action page 25 Tales by those who live to tell.
The Air Trails Gallery page 31 Three pages of large photos of modern planes.
Silver Cs page 82
Cross Winds page 93 An aviation brain teaser for cross word fans.

3 DEPARTMENTS
Light Plane Flying Clubs Conducted by Arch Whitehouse page 18
A chance for light plane enthusiasts to talk over their problems with an authority on the subject.
Gliding and Soaring Conducted by Alexis Dawydoff page 26
A European idea is presented to glider clubs as a solution to the problem of the non member flier.
Air Adventurers Conducted by Albert J. Carlson page 36
20.000 strong they march toward Americas supremacy in the air.

12 MODEL BUILDING ITEMS
Model contents are listed on a separate page 57

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