The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 05, 1949, Page 11, Image 11

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t For every model plane milter, there is a feeling o satisfaci
comes wuen his mode! is finally completed and ready to fly
say! that you have spent hours of time in planning and constructing
a neat design and everything is aU finished up to thy point of actually
trying ii oui
ion that
Let's
Portland romenj
Named Top Legion
Ritualistic iTeam
Reminder 4 World War II is the reference to Adolph l Hitler ebarae-
' terised by Steve McDonald, Seaside, being firmly taken in hand; by
MaJ. Gen. The mat Rilta, Oregon adhitaat general of the national
guard. The bit of 'unmaking took place Wednesday dwring the
and t parade of the state Legion convention here. (Statesnkan
photo.) i
Nursery Order
Slated Soon;
Hearing Ends
Hearing before the state agri
cultural department on businesj
methods of L E. Marcus, owner
and operator of Shefwood Bulb
Gardens, ended early Wednesday,
with prospects for a department
order within the next two weeks.
Approval or rejection of an ap
plication to renew Marcus' nur
sery license is at stake. The state
agricultural department charged
Marcus with fraud. 'deception ind
misrepresentation in the sale of
nursery stock.
During the closing hour of the
hearing, under cross examination
by the state, Marcus admitted a
business shrinkage which, had
caused him considerable, financial
concern and also that he had con-ferred-
with a referee in bank
ruptcy and proposed that 'a group
o Portland businessmen seler-t
a committee of five person to
conduct his business.
He attributed his financial dif
ficulties largely to recent events
including the order tor the hear
ing. Marcus said there was no
serious pressure from his credit
on At the peak of last season.
Marcus said, he employed approx
imately 220 persons in his busi
. ness, He now has only 21 per
sons on his payroll.
Marcus previously, had testified
that his business increased from
approximately $60,000 in the 1946
season to more than $1,000,000 in
the 1948 season.
Marcus was represented at the
hearing by Alex Barry. Portland
attorney, 'while the state's raje
was1 handled by state agricultural
department employes.
The Sherwood Bulb Gardens
was one of the largest mail order
bulb concerns on the Pacific
coast and, according to Marcus,
its orders for one" season exceed
ed $60(5,000.
I What will rmir nirt ctns?
You won't, want to win4 up your
prop or start your engine and let
ergo into the wild blue yonder
without knowing just what is going
to happen. YouM be the luckiest
bunder in the country if your
plane had perfect flight qualities
without - any adjustments j being
necessary. !
Consider that you have selected
a sound design to begin with and
that you built your model care
fully, folSbwing all instructions.
There the big difference between
getting top quality flight perform-
adjust your model ior flight Pa
tience plays a big part in proper
adjusting.
Test Gliding Advised
Remember that befor'e trying a
flight, test-glide your model. CTBy
studying gliding characteristics
and making proper "adjustments
you 11 soon be getting teal fun
6f owning a successful little plane.
Keep in mind that if you don't
know what your, craft will do on
every flight, it isht adjusted. Be
fore the model v your hand
for the first glide, see that you
haveo-elected a breezeless day in
ance or maybe a disappointing I order to test accurately.
crack -up will depend on how you Look at your model first from
abort. Chock to set thtf winfiinf tag wlnj forward.
and tall are la alignment with each I
other and with the plane as a
whole. " j
Take another look directly head
on and correct anything out oi
line. !
Now check the ship's balance by
supporting it beneath the wing
with your fingers; Balance points
vary according to plane designs
and more accurate adjustment us
ing weights fore or aft may be
necessary later. Your plans will
usuall. indicate where) the plane
i euld balance. Unices it does
balance.' at least rougi!y. at this
point, it would be unwise to at
tempt flying. j
Does rroeeller Wobble?
Take a took at the! way your
prop- -r "tracks. When, viewed
from the side, does it seem to wob
ble? Maybe the center! hole in the
prop hasn't been drilled: true. May
he the hole for the shaft is too
large or perhaps the bearing for
the prop shaft is faulty.
Having checked alignment and
balance, let's have a jook at the
actual test glide and see what we
can learn by doing this. Conduct
your test glide over grass, keep
ing in mind a possible crash land
ing. Most modelers hold the fuse
lage well back of the wing, and
push tre eraft with the nose aimed
at a point on the grass about
25 or 30 feet ahead.
If there is any stalling tendency,
try moving the wing back. A div
ing tendency is corrected by mov-
Somftimet
it Is mora -advisable to raise the
leading edge at a wing to correct
diving or to raise the trailing edge
to correct a stalling condition.
Avoid To kfkek Weighing
Some models having fixed wings
and tail have to be altered to cor
rect stalling by adding weight
such as. solder or B-B shot in a
small box cemented within the
plane's nose. In most cases, ad
dition of more weight cuts down
performance and is to be avoided if
possible.
Adjustments in most cases are
dependent on what is to be ex
pected of the plane. If your mo
del is to be a good flyer, there
will be a problem of making it
operate; within a certain area. We
plane! that disappears from sight,
don't I want to have to hunt for a
so let's adjust our model so on a
Teg Etafagnoa, Balra, Qngosu frtda-f, XbtmI &
power flight it will circle and re
main in our immediate area.
A slight right turn is desirable
in most models. This may be ac
complished by twisting the rudder.
For every 30 feet forward the ship !
should turn about 10 feet to the.
right and when completed, the,
craft should glide in circles of a
bout 70 feet in diameter.
Generally speaking, adjusting
and aligning is an extremely im
portant part of good model per
formance. Experience will add
much to your skill in prepjng
planes for flight.
Portland Sym phony I j
Conductor Appointed ,
PORTLAND, Aug. 4 -Vi The
conductor of Portland's j "shot
string" symphony was appointed
today. ! ! 1
He is James Sample, 3. Loo
Angeles, former associate con
ductor of the San Francisco sym
phony orchestra. Sample i wis
chosen from among 20 applicants
to succeed Werner Janssen.! j I
JUSTiTRY TO FIND TM
CHICAGO. Aug. Chi
cago concern reported todav the
theft of 123,000 needles "atmost
enough to hide a haystack."
Salem Lawn Sprinkling Co.
Complete installation. Manual, semi-automatic, full- auto
matic. Stand or pop-up heads. Frea timate. Abso
lutely no obligation. Wo go anywhere.
734 No. High
Ph. 3-4537
On Your Vacation
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The white uniformed ritualistic
team from r the all-women Dana
King post lof Portland won J top
honors in the state American j Le
gion competition atj the Elks tem
ple Wednesday. Itj was the irst
time in history that . the ritualistic
contest trophy was carried ofif by
a woman's organisation.
The smooth working team, jonly
two years old, topped a field Of 12
initiating squads during the after
noon program. Portland pofst . 1
placed second. i
On the winning team were Orace
Loomis, captain; Louise Patterson,
chaplain; Melbaj! Magnusonf 1st
vice-commander;jDe?rrnar Lirsen,
2nd vice-comma nfler; Lilah Bfrnvn,
commander; Connie Wesselj past
commander, and i Dot thea Fuller,
sergcant-at-armsj !
U.S. Tax Officials
An tli ori zed to See
Welfare Records
A special agent , of the internal
revenue service, upon making
request in writing and pre.-er.
ing proper credentials, has au
thority to inspect the records of
the state public welfare commis
sion without a : court order. At
tomey General George Neuner
ruled Thursday.
Neuner said he based his ooin
Ion largely on the policy of ihe
state and federal governments
and the fait that the social secur
ity agency contributes liberally f
its funds to the Oregon public
welfare commission.
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