September 17, 1945

PRIVATE FLYING

Urban Airpark Pattern Seen St. Louis Nata Test Result

EDITORIAL

Keeping Non-scheduled Aviation Alive

Headline News Section

Rfc Reverses Sales Policy; Plane Dealers Get Discounts

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PRIVATE FLYING

Urban Airpark Pattern Seen St. Louis Nata Test Result

Sixty-day demonstration of landing facility in congested metropolitan area slated to begin Oct. 1; large-scale public unveiling of new planes and ground equipment expected.

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EDITORIAL

Keeping Non-scheduled Aviation Alive

DURING THE LAST 24 HOURS before the deadline last Tuesday, telegrams and letters reached the Civil Aeronautics Board urging a hearing and protesting either all or parts of the proposals made by examiners for economic regulation of non-scheduled aviation.

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Headline News Section

Rfc Reverses Sales Policy; Plane Dealers Get Discounts

Prices cut for BT’s, PT’s and Cessnas as agency ends long criticized ban on "to-the-trade” disposal; 15 to 20 percent cost reduction set for initial purchase of three planes.
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Headline News Section

Non-schedule Rules Hearing Looms as Opposition Unites

Last-minute rally of protests against CAB examiners’ proposal to provide economic regulations, including statement by CAA Administrator Wright, seen paving way for oral arguments soon.
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TRANSPORT

Lockheed, Alpa Lone Objectors as Industry Asks Stall Rule End

Certification for airline use of war-born transports built with landing speed exceeding present limits largely dependent upon outcome of CAB hearings on proposed CAR Part 04 revision.

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Personnel

Lt. Col. James D. Henry (photo) has returned to his duties as assistant to the president of Pennsylvania-Central Airlines. Early this year, Colonel Henry attained the distinction of being decorated twice in one day, receiving the Legion of Merit and cluster to the Bronze Star Medal.
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TRANSPORT

Expect Early Decision By Aa on Five Proposed Planes

Boeing, Consolidated, Curtiss-Wright, Martin and Douglas offerings are submitted to airline employees for opinion.

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Industry Observer

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AIR FORCES

Ryan Fireball Composite-engine Uses Turbo-jet, Reciprocation

Twelve-hundred horsepower Wright Cyclone in nose supplemented by Whittle type GE jet unit in tail to provide short, powerful, takeoff for carrier operation; small output continues for Navy.

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PRODUCTION

Government’s Research Policies to Shape in Senate Next Month

Present trends point toward overall agency with no segregation of military and naval programs; hearings, spurred by President’s message, slated to begin Oct. 2.

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