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SHIPS, SITES, AND [[image]] Photo: Tom Heavener Art Heavener, Editor of SOUTH JERSEY SOARING SOCIETY'S NEWSLETTER, poses with his children Geraldine and Stephen in Club's 1-19. [[image]] The very high aspect ratio and slender wing are apparent in the Italian designed and built SPILLO. [[image]] Photo: Tom Page The Schweizer SGU-1-19A, experimental LK-10A and Ford V-8 tow car owned by The Illinois Glider Club, with the PT-17 Aeronca which they rent from the University Institute of Aviation. [[image]] Photo: Nick Goodhart Wave cloud over Tehachafi Pass during Goodhart's visit to Bishop this winter. [[image]] Photo: Art B. Millay John and Jane Jednacz of the Philadelphia Glider Council, appear to have enjoyed their flight! [[image]] Photo: Allan Ash The Hawkridge "Venture" two-seater training sailplane built by members of the dubbo Gliding Club, NSW, Australia, Harold Bolton, the designer, is now with Republic Aircraft Company in New York. [[image]] Photo: Jim Spurgeon Sandra Sebby, Queen Evelyn Renshaw, and Penny Mastt, display their charms and the distance and championship trophies, during Torrey Pines Meet. 4 SOARING
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