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Model Builder August 1974

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Publication Title:Model Builder
Issue Number:33
Publisher:Model Builder
Issue:August 1974
Publishing Date:01-08-1974
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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.
Products In Use by Bill Northrop.
RC Soaring by Le Gray.
Control Line by Jed Kusik.
FF Scale by Fernando Ramos.
Hannans Hangar by Bill Hannan.
Free Flight by Bob Stalick.
RC Auto News by Chuck Hallum.
Plus Sparks by John Pond.
Strictly Sail by Rod Carr.

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Douglas 0-46A byPeter Westburg.

Woody Pusher by Chris Moes.
American Yankee by Bob Sargent.
Beam Scale Scale by Daniel Walton.
Peanut Macchi MB 308 by Walt Mooney.
Powerhouse Old Timer by Phil Bernhardt.
WORKBENCH from Bill Northrops.

Coincident with the publication of this issue MODEL BUILDER is notifying all of its dealers and advertisers that the September issue will be combined with October. The combined issue will be mailed on or about September 11 the scheduled date for mailing of the October issue.
Actually this will not really present any gap in the monthly distribution of MODEL BUILDER. As most of our readers have noticed ... and we must thank you for your patience and understanding ... each issue since January 1974 has been coming out progressively later in the month until now when we combine issues... we wont be noticeably dropping a stitch. Its been sorta sneaking up on us for some time.
Naturally all subscriptions will be extended one month.
The explanation for all of this is somewhat like the Good news - Bad news routine used by so many comedians. The good news is that MODEL BUILDER is growing as if it had an overactive thyroid problem while the bad news is that our much overworked staff is having a tough time keeping up with the expansion.
And speaking of time the AM A Nationals is about to hit us with a two week slug just as this issue comes from the printer. Of course like the Mohammedans heading for Mecca we must attend the Nats. Can you think of a better time to do what must be done

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