June 3, 1946

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Cab Latin American Decision Opens Area to U. S. Competition

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Rigid Industry Control Failed,says Nazi Expert

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Industry Spokesmen Plead for Effective Air Policy

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Cab Latin American Decision Opens Area to U. S. Competition

Truman intervenes to bolster national welfare with new routes; Board again frowns on efforts of surface carriers to bid for air certificates.

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Rigid Industry Control Failed,says Nazi Expert

German War Production Chief Speer testifies technicians not bureaucrats get most out of total effort.
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Industry Spokesmen Plead for Effective Air Policy

Wilson, Ward, Northrop cite failures of U. S. planning in hearings on Mitchell Bill; CAA opposes new group.
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President Pushes Plan for Foreign Bases

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Merganser Flight Test Is Scheduled for Fall

British transport designed for short haul and feeder lines will reflect all comforts of larger models.
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Bellatrix Spearheads French Market Quest

Twin-engine airliner made for export market; cruises at 225 mph at 21 cents a mile cost.
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New Latin American Routes

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C. A. Rheinstrom Heads Air Consultants Firm

Stalker new American Airlines vice-president; George Doole chief of Panam Middle East region; other appointments.
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Four-engine Beech Planned for Feeders

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Nata Seeks Man for Executive Post

Membership campaign successful as organization girds to expand and establish state groups.
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