February 4, 1946

Headline News Section

Disposal of Engines, Final Phase of Surplus Task, Taking Shape

FINANCIAL

Airlines Expected to Require Considerable Financing in 1946

Headline News Section

Army and Navy Pressing Work on at Least 30 Jet Planes, Engines

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Headline News Section

Disposal of Engines, Final Phase of Surplus Task, Taking Shape

Enormity of problem, involving scrapping of estimated 90 percent, underlined on tour of Midwest depots set up by WAC to process material.

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FINANCIAL

Airlines Expected to Require Considerable Financing in 1946

Parade to capital markets is by no means over, despite substantial new funds raised by many companies during past years.
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Headline News Section

Army and Navy Pressing Work on at Least 30 Jet Planes, Engines

Projects range from mighty bombers to tiny, supersonic guided missiles, indicating that all military aircraft will be jet-propelled by 1930.
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PRIVATE FLYING

Six Lose Certificates for Car Violations

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Personnel

Col. C. C. West, Jr. (left) has returned to Continental Air Lines after four years of active duty, to assume the position of senior vice-president. Col. West was assistant deputy chief of staff-personnel of the Air Transport Command. Col. Harry C. Short (right) has been named director of planning and research for Continental.
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Headline News Section

Flight Schools Hail Gi Bill Revisions

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TRANSPORT

Ata Navigation-traffic Study Promises to Be Comprehensive Effort

Outline of objectives and functions of new group shows plan is to proceed independently rather than to rely on government agencies to foster development of new methods and equipment.

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SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

15 Leading Industrialists Organize New York Area Shuttle Air Service

Data filed at Middle Atlantic route hearing discloses noted business figures have extensive operation mapped; no government aid is sought.
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PRIVATE FLYING

Unique Wyoming Aircraft Plant Builds Planes for Mountain Work

Call Aircraft Co., Afton, Wyo., has 10-man working force producing for special market based on requirements of high-altitude flying over rough Western terrain.
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PRIVATE FLYING

Briefing for Private Flying

Civil Air Patrol state leaders, wishing to continue the organization as a civilian group under federal charter, continued to call on the membership last week for suggestions as to how this might be done. Nebraska Wing Commander Rudy Mueller, in a message to state members, asked if they would be willing to contribute on a basis of 1,000 senior memberships at $10 and 1,000 cadet memberships at $5, which he said would finance a program far superior to any now existing.

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