AeroModeller Annual 1968-69 (RCL#1626)
"Some years ago I became involved with Aeromodeller's tame cartoonist, Ernie Sherry, in a project straight out of Jules Verne - or was it Walt Disney? A huge pair of wings was made to strap on our backs - a sort of latter day Lilienthal*. I hasten to say that all this was Ernie's idea - I just went along for the laughs!"
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AeroModeller Annual 1968-69
R.G. Moulton & D.J. Laidlaw-Dickson (Eds.)
Model & Allied Publications Ltd., Hemel Hempstead, Herts
Book, 66 pages
About this title
"A review of the year's aeromodelling throughout the world in theory and practice; together with useful data, contest results and authoritative articles, produced by staff and contributors of the AEROMODELLER"
STILETTO: 1/2A Power, by Bob Stalick, U.S.A.
FINK: One Metre Sports R/C
ONE STAGE FURTHER — BUILDING A LIGHT PLANE
SUZIE QUE: Acrobatic R/C Multi Soaring Glider, Ken Binks, G.B.
DORNIER Do 27: S/Scale R/C Sports from Japan
GRAY GHOST: Rubber Scale, Harold Swanson, U.S.A.
"SECRETS OF ENGINE PERFORMANCE", George M. Aldrich
D.E.F.: Contest Glider, Guy Cognet, France
MOUNTIE: 1966/7 A/2 W/C Glider, Alan Riches, Vancouver, Canada
C.D.H. WINNER, Jacques Griveau
R/C BIRDLIKE GLIDER, H. Handler
THEORY OF MODEL FLIGHT: R.H. Warring
1/2A TUNED PIPE: Barry Hobkirk
PENETRATOR: Outdoor Handlaunch Glider, D. Teeples, St. Louis, U.S.A.
UTOPIAN: Thermal soaring R/C Glider, C. Foss, G.B.
NOISE EXPLAINED: P. Newell
STANDARD AIRFISH: Motor Glider for R/C, E. Jedelsky, Austria
KWIK-FLI 3: 1968 World Champion Multi R/C, Phil Kraft, U.S.A.
RIVETS: Scale R/C Pylon Racer, Joe Foster, U.S.A.
HOME-BREW FOAM PLASTICS, Erich Heimann
GEMINI IV: F.A.I. Team Racer, D. McNeill, Belfast
VUM-18: Stunt C/L, Tibor Vellai, Hungary
NOVI III: Stunt C/L, Dave Gierke, U.S.A.
TAILLESS: Open Rubber, Henry Tubbs, Baildon, G.B.
QUAIL: Beginner's Glider, Radoslav Cizek, Czechoslovakia
A WORD ABOUT WARPS: L. Ranson
IDRO OP23: R/C Waterplane, Paolo Origini, Italy
STRUZ: C/L Trainer, Jerzy Kaczorek & Marek Cybulski, Poland
GAZELA: A/1 Glider, M.P. Zehrovice, Czechoslovakia
1967 WAKE: Jim Patterson, U.S.A.
1967 Czech WAKE: Meta-67, Miroslav Urban, Czechoslovakia
GOEDETIC WING A/2: Tino Cosma, Milan, Italy
SHORT CUTS & BUILDING EFFICIENCY AIDS, Martin Dilly
HEADMASTER: Small R/C Multi, Ken Willard, U.S.A.
FAI RACER: 1967 Polish Nationals Winner, Valdemar Salach, Poland
WARLORD: Nationals Winning Combat Control Liner, Heanor M.A.C., G.B.
KEEPING CONTROL LINE TENSION, G. Read, G.B.
STRUMPFMEISTER : R/C Sports -"Le Perroquet" France
A/2 GLIDER: 1967 Champs Entry, Valdemar Lensi, Italy
THERMAL SENSITIVE A/2 GLIDER: G. Cattaneo & B. Murray, Italy
CHICO: Beginner's Glider Kit, Aero-Bras, Brazil
ABREGO: A/2 Glider, Jose Ramon Perez, Spain
CHARYDE & SCYLLA: French Power Champ Runner-Up, O. Malherat, France
BELL P. 39 AIRACOBRA: Semi Scale R/C, Fujio Airgaya, Japan
HYDRO-WAKE: 1967 Italian Champion, G. Cattaneo, Italy
EXPERIMENTAL A/2 GLIDER : Tino Cosma, Italy
AMA CLASS II: Indoor Record Holder, Harry Lerman, U.S.A.
SIMPLE MICRO: Tissue Covered Indoor, Guy Cogner, France
KANIBLE: Combat for 2.5 c.c., John Dixon, G.B.
FOKKER DR1: Multi R/C, Bryce Petersen, U.S.A.
SHORTHORN: 1/2A Power Design, Bill Chenault, Texas, U.S.A.
FLY-OPIC: Top Canadian F.A.I. Power, Dan Elliott, Vancouver, B.C.
BIG BOSS: Mini R/C Speed, Ing. F. W. Wullner, Germany
NEO NEMESIS: F.A.I. Power Design, Bill Giesking, Denver, U.S.A.
How TO USE EPOXY, J. Kloth, U.S.A.
C.D.H., Bernard Raulin, France
C.D.H., Roberto Giolitto, Italy
RIESEMUCKE: Indoor Flyer, Otto Hoffer, Switzerland
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User comments:*According to wikipedia "Otto Lilienthal (1848-1896) was a German pioneer of aviation who became known as the Glider King. He was the first person to make well-documented, repeated, successful gliding flights. Newspapers and magazines published photographs of Lilienthal gliding, favorably influencing public and scientific opinion about the possibility of flying machines becoming practical. On August 9 1896, his glider stalled and he was unable to regain control. Falling from about 15 m (50 ft), he broke his neck and died the next day, 10 August 1896."
Mary - 12/10/2016
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