Aviation Adventures and Model Building (1946) comic books 1946
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Stories and art by Ed Yulke, Louis Maresca, Doris Yulke, Dan Young, Joe Granai, Hal Goodwin, Edd Ashe and Bruce Lester. Tales of aerial adventure and tips on creating model airplanes. Numbering continues from True Aviation Picture Stories (Parents' Magazine Press, 1943 series) #15. Model builder Kip Clark struggles to master his control-line (wired remote) model plane before a big fan meet; Navy pilot John Rodgers attempts the first non-stop flight to Hawaii in 1925; The instructional comic Flying Is Easy covers emergency landings. Speaking of Models; The Hi-Rider; Planes in the News; Engine Trouble; Aero-Club Roundup; Everything Under Control; Fundamentals of Model Building; N.A. Navion; ROG Sheet Balsa Baby; Hawaii Bound; How to Build the Stinson 150 Flying Scale Rubber Model; Flying Is Easy Lesson IV; Black Fury; They Called Him Mad; Tri-Motor Connie. 48 pages, Full Color.