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Wakefield 71-7 Plan 6721 Mongster Plan 6722 California Coaster Plan 6723

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Publication Title:Model Builder
Issue Number:8
Publisher:Model Builder
Issue:June 1972
Publishing Date:01-06-1972
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Workbench by Bill Northrop.
Pylon by Chuck Smith.
Pylon 4 by Fred Reese.
Control Line by Dick Mathis.
Free Flight by Mel Schmidt.
RC Soaring by Le Gray.
In The Lee by Ben Hogensen.
Scale FF by Fernando Ramos.
RC Auto by Ted Maciag.

Deperdussin by Granger Williams.
Pik Glider by llmailu Magazine.
Pesco Special by Hal Osborne.

Mongster by Ed Nobora.
California Coaster by Mat Tennison.
Profile Peanuts by Walt and Curtiss Mooney.
Wakefield by Bob White.
WORKBENCH by Bill Northrops.

Who doesnt know by now that the AMA Nationals are back on for 1972 with Navy sponsorship for the last of 25 consecutive years at Glenview Naval Air Station July 24 through 30 ... except possibly George Wallace and James Hoffa who are both quite busy with other things
Just one comment regarding next year and please overlook the fact that were now a California taxpayer.
Indications are that next years site may be determined chiefly on the basis of bids submitted by various clubs and organizations around the country.
We think the selection of a site area should not be left up to chance.
The last California AMA Nationals was 1967. By this time many Junior contestants in 1967 are now open never having had the opportunity to compete as a Senior.
Checking the results from previous Nats you will find that better than 80 percent of the contestants came from within a one days drive of the contest site. The rotation plan of the past was great. Everyone could get a shot at The Big One at least once or twice every two years. With the Navy economy freeze on the traveling road show stopped in Chicago two years ago following Willow Grove Penna. in 1969 and Olathe Kansas in 1968.
The fact that Oshkosh and Huntsville are even considered prior to 1974 or 1975 much less an all-comers bidding competition is quite a blow to the many Nats starved AMA members of the Southwestern United States.
In our opinion it would be better to point at Southern California and say Youre IT for 1973 and let us get on with it . . . knowing for sure that the hard work of planning is for real not


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