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Radio edged into the tun of making model planes shortly be
fore World War II, and work on that angle of the hobby now is coming to the tore Patterned otter the military developments in controlling war planes by radio, sturdy robots will take the air in the District area this summer, and wdl be shown at the model oirplane contest, sponsored bv the Nationol Airport Aviation Club and The Star, in June. One ot the Icodcrs in this interesting radio work is Dr Walter Good, 9123 Eton road, Silver Spring, Md , who held a national recoid for free flight <n 1938 with one of his radio models. Dr Good has an interested spectator in his 18 month old daughter Ginnic as he works on a model of his own design. i Tho rcceivina set in o plane has o super reqenerotive circuit, and operates a relay which works the controls An enthusiast with gas engines is Bryton Barron, Springfield, Va entire family indulges in the hobby of making model planes. H.s The transmitter, m the square box m the right foreground, is operated by batteries. To support the weight of the receiver, radio planes are strongly built.