July / August 1966 American ModelerTable of Contents
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July /August 1966
Vol. 63, No. 4
|A Statement of Policy||4|
|Arrow Sportby Howard Levy||6|
|No Strings Attachedby Larry Conover||8|
|Windmillby Dallas Armstrong, Jr.||16|
|Cesar Milaniby Henry J. Nicholls||20|
|Control-Line Aerodynamics Made Painless, by Bill Netzeband||22|
|Case of the Wandering Bellcrank, by Walter Williamson||26|
|Spitfire MK VIIIby Walter Musciano||27|
|Radio Control World, by Howard McEntee||30|
|One Day Wonder, by Jack Dietrich||34|
|New For RC||38|
|Glossary of Technical Terms||40|
|AMA Welcomes American Modeler||41|
|What AMA and Modeling Mean to an Astronaut||42|
|Radio Control Judging at the Nationals||43|
|AMA Teams Ready for the World Championships||44|
|Sorry We Had to Let You Go||44|
|World's Biggest Meet||45|
|Directory of AMA Officers||46|
William J. Winter, Editor
Edward C. Sweeney, Jr., Assoc. Ed.
CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Willis Brown, Education; Larry Conover, Free Flight; Howard Levy, Modern Planes;
Howard McEntee, Radio Control; William Netzeband. UControl; G. Harry Stine, Rockets; H. A. Thomas,
Sketchbook; Rosalie Vanzant, Clubs.
Copyright © 1966 by Potomac Aviation Publications Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.
American Modeler is published bi-monthly by Potomac Aviation Publications Inc., 1012 Fourteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005. William J. Winter, Publisher; Gordon G. Crowder, Vice President and Treasurer; Edward C. Sweeney. Jr., Secretary. American Modeler Business Manager, Norman J. Ward.
Posted February 20, 2011