Issue: 19370101

Friday, January 1, 1937
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Articles
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Aviation
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0001.xml
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The International Nickel Company, Inc.: the Pioneer Aircraft Engines
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY, INC.
The pioneer aircraft engines
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0002.xml
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Taylor Aircraft Company
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TAYLOR AIRCRAFT COMPANY
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0003.xml
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Western Electric: Western Electric Radio Telephone
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Western Electric
Western Electric Radio Telephone
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0004.xml
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Advertisement
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0005.xml
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Advertisements
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SKF INDUSTRIES, INC.
SKF BALL
SKF INDUSTRIES, INC.
ROLLER BEARINGS
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0006.xml
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Sikorsky Aircraft: S-45
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SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT
S-45
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0007.xml
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8
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Canadian Car & Foundry Company, Ltd.: Proven Grumman Two Seated Fighter
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CANADIAN CAR & FOUNDRY COMPANY, LTD.
proven Grumman two seated fighter
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0008.xml
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Gulf Aviation Products
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GULF AVIATION PRODUCTS
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0009.xml
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Wright Aeronautical Corporation: Wright Cyclones
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
Wright Cyclones
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0010.xml
masthead
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Aviation
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0011.xml
tableOfContents
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Contents for Vol. 36, No. 1
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0012.xml
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United Aircraft Corporation
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UNITED AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0013.xml
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Flashes
From the Skyways of the World
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AMERICAN AVIATION seems to be suffering from the wanderlust in a big way, and we think it is a good idea. In our recent wanderings about Europe we met a flock of our friends who were going places and seeing things. Almost the first person we bumped into as the “Queen Mary” pulled away from the dock on the way over was Ted Wright, Curtiss-Wright’s genial director of engineering.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0014.xml
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Aviation’s Authors
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We have with us this month. . . . Edward P. Warner, who needs no introduction to readers of this magazine. Ed has reviewed 1936 as seen by the airplane designer, also has carried on with his notes on the recent SAE Production Meeting. . . . Professor C. Fayette Taylor of M.I.T. looks over last year’s trends in engine design. . . .
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0015.xml
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Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.
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Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0016.xml
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Advertisements
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BENDIX PRODUCTS CORPORATION
AIRPLANE WHEELS
BENDIX PRODUCTS CORPORATION
PNEUDRAULIC SHOCK STRUTS
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0017.xml
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Side Slips
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ROBERT OSBORN
AS AVIATION GOES TO PRESS for the first issue of the new year, it saddens one to reflect on the holiday season which once had the happy slogan of “Peace on Earth, Good Will toward Men.” This Christmas season, in the old countries, the sound of the hooves of Santa’s prancing reindeers was unheard over the heavy footsteps of marching men, and the gleam of the candle on the Christmas tree was snuffed out for the practice air raid emergency.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0018.xml
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Advertisement: Amiot Bomber
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Amiot bomber
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0019.xml
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1936 Passes in Review
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THE TIME HAS COME, as the Walrus once said, to speak of many things. But since we are writing neither for Food Industries nor for the tabloid press, we will have to pass up the cabbages and the kings in favor of ships and sealing wax. Ships—because we write about aviation.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0020.xml
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Airplane Design in 1936
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Edward P. Warner
THE 1936 AIRPLANE bears no trademark. Rugged individualism and bright innovation have been playing a losing game. External form no longer owes itself to designer inspiration. It is dictated from Langley Field, Farn-borough, Chalais-Meudon, Adlershof, and Guidonia.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0021.xml
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Engine Design in 1936
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Prof. G. Fayette Taylor
ALTHOUGH THE YEAR 1936 has not been definitely marked by any startling changes in the field of aircraft power plants, a considerable number of important trends and developments have taken place. Perhaps the most important trend has been the increasing use of the two-row radial engine.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0022.xml
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The Army...
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Major General Oscar Westover
THE CONCEPTION of the employment of military aviation has undergone revolutionary changes since the World War. This modern conception has been brought about entirely by the enormously increased performance, in all characteristics, of the airplane.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0023.xml
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The Navy in 1936
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Rear Admiral Arthur B. Cook
THE SUCCESS with which Naval aviation is carrying out its aim to leave no stone unturned in assuring that our first line of defense shall have available the most efficient and best equipped air arm procurable, is indeed gratifying, not only to those charged with this work but to the people of the United States whose interests the Navy scrupulously guards.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0024.xml
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Air Transport in 1936
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Col. Edgar S. Gorrell
IN PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE and improvement of services rendered to the public, 1936 has been the air transport industry’s best year. Some of the happenings and developments of the year briefly listed will cover the history of 1936: 1 The coordinated development of a four engine transport at lower cost than otherwise possible by five air lines in their signing of the contract with the Douglas Aircraft Company.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0025.xml
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We Go Abroad
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S. Paul Johnston
WHEN THE GOOD SHIP “QUEEN MARY” took off from New York at noon on October 21, your editor was aboard intent upon seeing what he could of European aviation in a short time. Impossible to develop here all the details of the trip. It would take several volumes the size of the present issue to do that.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0026.xml
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And We See the Paris Show
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BEFORE WE WENT DOWN TO PARIS we ran across numerous disquieting rumors about the XVth Salon. It was understood that Germany and Italy were definitely not going to exhibit. Russia was doubtful. England was showing signs of withdrawing at the last moment.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0027.xml
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Europe Rearms in the Air
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S. Paul Johnston
WE IN AMERICA have earned a worldwide reputation as mass producers of machinery and mechanical gadgets, but, as far as aircraft are concerned, until we have had a look at production in Europe today, in the words of the poet, “We ain’t seen nuthin’ yet!”
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0028.xml
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Seaplane Handling
The first of three very practical articles on The Technique of Water Flying
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D. J. Brimm
IT IS SURPRISING to those who have flown regularly in seaplanes and flying boats that water aircraft have not come into their own long before now. The last year, however, has shown a tremendous boom in the manufacture of floats to be fitted to practically any landplane, and several new amphibians designed for the sportsman pilot or small operator are either in the process of construction or undergoing tests.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0029.xml
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IL. Design for Production
The second of two reports on the S.A.E. Production Sessions by Edward P. Warner
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<p>LOVERS OF STRIFE had looked forward eagerly to Mr. Richard C. Gazley’s appearance on behalf of the Bureau of Air Commerce to talk on “Factory Facilities and Federal Regulations,” for whispered promises had it that Mr. Gazley would propose something sensational and that the industry would rise in united and horrified indignation.</p>
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0030.xml
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EDITORIALS
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In Defense of Radicalism
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0031.xml
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Nationalized Confusion
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0032.xml
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Pilgrimage
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0033.xml
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Flying Equipment
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Douglas DF Flying Boat
Cyclone powered 32 passenger craft has over 3000-mile range
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<p>ON ONE OF OUR RECENT EDITORIAL EXPEDITIONS to the West Coast Chief Engineer Arthur Raymond, of Douglas, afforded us the opportunity of a preliminary glimpse at one of his latest designs then in the course of construction. It was the big DF long range flying boat.</p>
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0034.xml
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Flying Equipment
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Lear Motoreel
Remotely controlled antenna reel reduces radiation losses in radio transmitters
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A REMOTELY CONTROLLED REEL for trailing wire antennae, which is located near the transmitter in the tail of the ship, has heen introduced by Lear Developments, Inc. (New York). The Learadio Motoreel consists of two parts, the reel unit, and the remote control unit, and suitable connecting cable.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0035.xml
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Flying Equipment
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Twin Engined Beechcraft M18
All Metal Airplane for executive transport and charter operation
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WHEN Walter Beech and his Chief Engineer, T. A. Wells set out to build an airplane for the traveling business man and charter operator, they began by making a survey of prospective users. Based on a consensus of opinion the design they evolved as a result satisfies the requirements from the all metal structure and soundproof cabin down to the electric razor outlet in the rest-room compartment.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0036.xml
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Flying Equipment
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Rearwin Sportster
Latest model has 90 hp. LeBlond engine and many detailed refinements
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DR. ARTHUR LAROES, newly appointed representative for Rearwin Airplanes, has told us of some of the detailed improvements in the new Sportster model. Most fundamental change is found in the power plant which is a new LeBlond model developing 90 instead of 85 hp.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0037.xml
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The Texas Company
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THE TEXAS COMPANY
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0038.xml
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Buyers' Log Book
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Refueling Truck
Developed by Columbian Tank to keep water out of gasoline
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0039.xml
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Buyers' Log Book
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Circuit Breaker
Low cost unit developed by Square D Company
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0040.xml
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Buyers' Log Book
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Light Mohair
New material by Massachusetts Mohair has low weight
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0041.xml
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Buyers' Log Book
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A-40 Accessories
Cylinder head and muffler-heater are now available
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Operators’ Corner
An exchange of ideas on the problem s of the commercial aviation industry
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YES, I DEFINITELY DO BELIEVE that a special license should be required for flying instructors. The license should not be granted to anyone with less than 800 hours, and preferably 1,200 or more. In my opinion 95 per cent of the accidents we have these days are caused by lack of experience and/or improper or incomplete instruction.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0043.xml
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News of the Month
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Traffic Peak
New equipment and an October peak raise hopes for a busy winter for the domestic airlines
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IN PAST YEARS airline traffic has been violently seasonal, with a sharp peak in July or August, a heavy slump in the winter months. This past October, however (the latest for which complete returns are available) showed a new all-time high and brought the peak later in the year than it had ever been before.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0044.xml
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News of the Month
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Production
U. S. output 68 per cent above last year. Exports up.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0045.xml
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News of the Month
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NAA Convention
Speakers urge air armament, encourage private flying.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0046.xml
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News of the Month
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WPA Program
Airport expenditures up $15,090,000 in third quarter
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News of the Month
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National Show
Industry rallies behind first New York effort in seven years
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0048.xml
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Consolidated Aircraft Corporation: PBY-1
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CONSOLIDATED AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
PBY-1
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News of the Month
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Transport News
Air express up; Eastern expands; United gets Douglases.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0050.xml
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News of the Month
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Traffic
Latest available statistics from the Bureau of Air Commerce and the Post Office Department—Domestic airlines only
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Air Transport Indicator
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0052.xml
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Pioneer Instrument Company, Inc.: Boeing 299
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PIONEER INSTRUMENT COMPANY, INC.
BOEING 299
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0053.xml
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News of the Month
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Industry Notes
British buy American; Greeks to have Fairchilds
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0054.xml
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News of the Month
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Miami Meet
Evans wins Havana race; Wallace takes two events
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0055.xml
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News of the Month
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Contract Woes
Walsh-Healey law results in dearth of government bids
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0056.xml
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Calendar
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0057.xml
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American Chain & Cable Company, Inc.: Korodless
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AMERICAN CHAIN & CABLE COMPANY, INC.
KORōDLESS
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0058.xml
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News of the Month
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K. L. M. Crash
Cierva dies with 14 in London tragedy. W.A.E. plane missing
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0059.xml
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News of the Month
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Intercity Record
Klein flies Canadian Grumman 715 miles in 3 hr. 15 min.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0060.xml
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News of the Month
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News in 1936
Highlights of the News Year as reported in AVIATION (For details see issue of month indicated)
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0061.xml
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Scintilla Magneto Co., Inc.: Scintilla Aircraft Magnetos
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SCINTILLA MAGNETO CO., INC.
SCINTILLA AIRCRAFT MAGNETOS
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0062.xml
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Schools, Services, and Airports
A state-by-state tour of the flying fields
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ALABAMA—Hangars are being built at TUSCALOOSA, BREWTON, CLANTON, MONROEVILLE, and MONTEVALLO. The one at ANNISTON is to be finished, and several others are contemplated in projects now operating. CALIFORNIA — Dale Hunter northern California distributor for Porterfield planes, reports the sale of one of the little ships to W. F. Harbaugh, of SACRAMENTO. . . .
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0063.xml
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Advertisement: Boeing School of Aeronautics
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BOEING SCHOOL of AERONAUTICS
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0064.xml
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58
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The Black & Decker Mfg. Co.: the Black & Decker Vibro-Centric Valve Seat
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The Black & Decker Mfg. Co.
THE BLACK & DECKER VIBRO-CENTRIC VALVE SEAT
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0065.xml
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Commerce of America, Inc.
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Commerce of America, Inc.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0066.xml
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Kollsman Instrument Company
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KOLLSMAN INSTRUMENT COMPANY
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0067.xml
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Aviation People
Who’s who and what they are doing
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THE AERONAUTICAL WORLD can ill afford the loss of JUAN DE LA CIERVA, who died in an airplane accident near Croydon Airdrome, England, on Dec. 9. The term “autogiro” can never be dissociated from the name of its inventor, Cierva, whose life work in the development of safety in aircraft led to the first practical rotating wing machine in 1924.
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0068.xml
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The Fafnir Bearing Company: Fafnir Ball Bearings
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The Fafnir Bearing Company
Fafnir Ball Bearings
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0069.xml
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65
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Columbia Steel Company: USS Stainless Steel
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Columbia Steel Company
USS Stainless Steel
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0070.xml
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McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
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McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0071.xml
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Advertisement
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0072.xml
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69
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Socony-Vacuum Oil Co.: Gray Band
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SOCONY-VACUUM OIL CO.
Gray Band
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0073.xml
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Norma-Hoffmann Bearings Corporation: the Norma-Hoffmann Precision
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NORMA-HOFFMANN BEARINGS CORPORATION
The NORMA-HOFFMANN PRECISION
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0074.xml
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72
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John A. Roebling’s Sons Company: Curtiss A-18
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JOHN A. ROEBLING’S SONS COMPANY
Curtiss A-18
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0075.xml
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74
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RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.: RCA AVR-7C
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RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
RCA AVR-7C
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0076.xml
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74
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McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.
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McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC.
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0077.xml
advertisement
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74
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Stearman-Hammond Aircraft Corporation
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Stearman-Hammond Aircraft Corporation
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0078.xml
advertisement
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76
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Advertisements
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0079.xml
advertisement
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77
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U. S. Army Air Corps.: Champion Nocorona Spark Plugs
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U. S. Army Air Corps.
Champion Nocorona Spark Plugs
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AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0080.xml
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77
77
[no value]
[no value]
Irving Air Chute Company, Inc.: Irvin Air Chute
[no value]
Irving Air Chute Company, Inc.
IRVIN Air Chute
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0081.xml
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78
78,79
[no value]
[no value]
Classified Advertising
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0082.xml
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80
80
[no value]
[no value]
Searchlight Section
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0083.xml
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81
81
[no value]
[no value]
Aviation Schools
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0084.xml
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81
81,82,83
[no value]
[no value]
Where to Buy
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0085.xml
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84
84
[no value]
[no value]
The Sherwin-Williams Industrial and Transportation
[no value]
THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS INDUSTRIAL and TRANSPORTATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0086.xml
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84
84
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0087.xml
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85
85
[no value]
[no value]
Summerill Tubing Company
[no value]
SUMMERILL TUBING COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0088.xml
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86
86
[no value]
[no value]
Ranger Engineering Corporation
[no value]
RANGER ENGINEERING CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0089.xml
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87
87
[no value]
[no value]
Alcoa Aluminum: Alcoa Aluminum Aviation Castings
[no value]
ALCOA ALUMINUM
Alcoa Aluminum Aviation castings
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0090.xml
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88
88
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
ECLIPSE AVIATION CORPORATION
Eclipse Series 11
ECLIPSE AVIATION CORPORATION
Eclipse Type E-160
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370101_0036_001_0091.xml