November 22, 1943

Headline News Section

Postwar Air Problems Threshed Out at Oklahoma City Aviation Clinic

THE AIR WAR

Three-Way Air Assault Stepped Up in Move to Knock Nazis Out of War

THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

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Headline News Section

Postwar Air Problems Threshed Out at Oklahoma City Aviation Clinic

400 representatives of aircraft industry, airlines and private flyers discuss wide range of topics at first national aviation planning conference.

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THE AIR WAR

Three-Way Air Assault Stepped Up in Move to Knock Nazis Out of War

Allied strategy indicates increasing large-scale bombing attacks from south and east, as well as from Britain, in gigantic softening-up operation.
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THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

AVIATION CLINIC—The National Clinic of Aviation Planning at Oklahoma City, sponsored by the National Aeronautic Association, was regarded with some skepticism in the industry when it was first proposed. The results of the meeting, attended by aviation-minded men from the government, aircraft industry and airlines, routed that skepticism and the fact that these leaders were able to agree on unified action on subjects of vital importance to aviation generally indicates that aviation, suffering from growing pains, is beginning to mature.
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Personnel

All mail and express business in the New York district will be handled for Transcontinental & Western Air by William J. Halliday (photo), formerly a civilian employee of the War Department Signal Corps shipments division at Bradley Beach, N. J.
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TRANSPORT

Shortlines

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Headline News Section

12 Lines Seek Routes to Latin America

Applications reveal firms’ plans for post-war expansion.
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TRANSPORT

Two More Airlines Issue Story of ATC Contract Jobs

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AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION

Post-War Plane Demand May Drop to 3.7% of 1944 Peak, Report Says

Survey prepared for National Resources Planning Board says 1944 program stood at 129,000 planes last August.

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FINANCIAL

Airline Survey By Brokerage Firm Lists Factors in Industry’s Future

Contains valuable statistical material but fails to give completely accurate picture of aviation industry and problems facing individual companies.

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Headline News Section

$800,000,000 Airport Program Urged By Burden for Post-War Era

Stresses need of bigger and better fields for accommodation of large transports, increased commercial and private traffic.
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