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Publication Title:Model Builder
Issue Number:11
Publisher:Model Builder
Issue:September 1972
Publishing Date:01-09-1972
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Workbench by Bill Northrop.
Lake Elsinore by Art Snyder.
Free Flight by Mel Schmidt.
RC Soaring by Le Gray.
RC Cars by Gene Husting.
Russ Craft Museum by Bill Hannan.
Hannans Hangar by Bill Hannan.
Seaplanes in Japan by Ritsuri Honda.
Scale FF by Fernando Ramos.
Control Line by Dick Mathis.
Pylon by Chuck Smith.
Pylon 4 by Fred Reese.

Nesmith Cougar by Hal Osborne.

Collen 12 by Randy Warner.
Baby Boomer by Art Reiners.
Paper Glider by Bill Hannan.
Little Toot by Denny Elder.
WORKBENCH by Bill Northrops.

We must apologize for the lateness of this issue of The Model Builder. Its no way to run a railroad we suppose......being chief cook and bottle washer of this here simply walk out the door leave everything in a state of suspense return eleven days later and expect to pick up where we left off. Better than a third of a month shot to hell.
On the other hand weve been going to the AMA Nationals for 12 years now (except 1964) which isnt long to some modelers..Carl Goldberg has never missed one since the beginning . . . but long enough that it has become a necessity of life and when the time comes for that annual pilgrimage we seem powerless to resist. Even the Managing Gen . . . whoops. .. General Manager who swore she had too many Real Estate deals in the making to go anywhere was all of a sudden stuffing a suitcase the night before departure time.
As working officials andor press we were offered free air transportation by the Navy and since this might be the last time we could enjoy this privilege we found ourselves at President Nixons Western Airport El Toro MCAS on Saturday morning July 22 along with other personnel.
The flights to Chicago and back were pretty much without incident albeit not necessarily as scheduled in relation to time or sequence of destinations. And of course nearly everyone aboard was a modeler so time in spite of the relatively slow cruising speed of a DC-6 (about 180 to 190 mph) passed quickly ... At least going out.
Coming back was a little different. First of all departure time was changed from 10 a.m. to 530 p.m. We found out about it at 9 a.m. This was O.K.

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