December 17, 1945

Special Air Services

Exemption as Common Carriers Asked for Pioneer Cargo Lines

Financial

Twa Loan Definitely Establishes Financial Maturity of Airlines

Personnel

Caa Appoints Warlick Regional Counsellor

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Special Air Services

Exemption as Common Carriers Asked for Pioneer Cargo Lines

U. S. Airlines attorney’s presentation at CAB oral argument urges classification which would not subject companies to economic regulation until after notice and hearing.
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Financial

Twa Loan Definitely Establishes Financial Maturity of Airlines

Credit agreement with Equitable Life Assurance Society is largest ever swung by any air carrier, is unsecured and avoids dilution of the existing equity.
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Personnel

Caa Appoints Warlick Regional Counsellor

Maj. John F. Warlick (photo) has been appointed regional counsellor for the Civil Aeronautics Administration. Warlick, who recently was discharged from the Air Rescue division of AAF, will act as liaison between A. S. Koch, assistant administrator for field operations, and the regional offices.
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Transport

Agreement with Britain Clouded Despite Conditions on Loan

"Working arrangement” appears most that can be achieved now; U. S. lines restricted to total of 500passengers weekly; opening of "destroyer deal
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EDITORIAL

Dissolve the Military, Dictatorial Iatcb

WHEN is civil aviation to be freed of the war-born Interdepartmental Air Traffic Control Board which, with its military and naval representatives, continues to hold virtual veto power over all navigable airspace? The board has not a shred of legal justification for its existence.

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Headline News Section

Vigorous Convention Indicates Strong Aviation Role for Adma

Attempts of association leaders to bring order into parts business beginning to take effect; resolution criticizes government disposal of surplus aircraft components.

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Private Flying

Federal Vs. State Regulation of Aircraft Nearing Showdown

CAA and NASAO representatives to meet next month to discuss final point of difference—whether states shall issue and revoke pilot and aircraft licenses.

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Private Flying

Briefing for Private Flying

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Production

U.s. Aircraft Industry Can Learn Little From German Methods

Enemy’s high production rate was sustained by vast pool of slave labor in face of inferior practices, Navy investigators report; American tooling technique not followed.
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Transport

Shortlines

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