SEN 1949

Table of Contents - SEN 1949


  1. Dave Anderson - A little more
  2. Dave remembered
  3. For Sale
  4. King Orange

Dave Anderson - A little more


 
From:     Adrian Bryant
 

 
Sorry Rodger.   Dave was  84.  My memory not what it should be.  All the
best  for 2015   
 

Adrian Bryant


Dave - Remembered


From:     Pierre CHAUSSEBOURG
 
I met David Anderson in the seventies when he was coming to the Pierre Trebod contest with Alan Edwards. He was flying A/2 gliders, and I remember that several times, I retreived his model which had been landed close to mine. He was a very special person. I am very sad to think he passed away. Life has not been so kind with him, but Free Flight gave him the opportunity to be strong and efficient against his problems.

Pierre Chaussebourg 

  
F1B Models For Sale
 
From:     Ron Felix <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>

I have five (5) Stefanchuk models for sale.  These are in very good condition, and are ready to fly.  These include three (3) 172's and two (2) 155's.  All models have StS mechanical timers and StS fixed-pitch DPR front ends.  Price = $600.00 each.  Other items are for sale, and include six (6) StS half tubes, bobbins, & roller-hooks.  I also have two (2) Romanchenko adjustable VP-DPR front ends, and various other items.  E-Mail me and I will send you a complete list with details.  If you are seriously interested, I will bring models or items to Lost Hills for the Fab-Feb events.  E-mail me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



2014 King Orange FAI Free Flight Events Report

Jim Bradley, FAI Events Director

Entries in the FAI events were up a little this year with at least 1 entry in every event except F1P.  Also the winds stayed as they were predicted and we didn’t have to move the flight line either day.

This year we have good weather for the 2 FAI days.  It got a little windy and the direction was poor for the last 2 rounds on the day the 3 minute events were flown so the maxes were cut to 2 minutes for the 6th and 7th rounds.  The direction of the wind on the 2nd FAI day was causing us to fly over 2 rows of pepper trees, really large bushes about 20 to 25 feet high, along some drainage ditches.  The wind was also carrying models that got in big thermals about ¾ of a mile.

 

F1G, 1 Flier
1. Paul Masterman 22 120 120 0 0 262

F1H, 3 Fliers
1. Jean Pailet 35 120 043 116 434
2. Bob Handford 90 73 066 0 283
3. Tommy Bell 47 47 000 0 108

F1J, 3 fliers
1. Gil Morris 120 120 120 101 120 581
2. Jean Pailet 120 120 120 47 120 527
3. Denny Dock 46 120 88 120 0 374


Rnd. 1 Rnd.2 Rnd. 3 Rnd. 4 Rnd. 5 Rnd. 6 Rnd. 7 Total
F1A, 1 flier
1. Jody Miller 180 154 180 145 180 839

F1B, 1 Flier
1. Jim Bradley 180 159 164 180 18 844

F1C, 2 Fliers
1. Gil Morris 180 180 180 142 180 120 120 1102
2. Charlie Stiles 180 180 180 180 69 0 0 789

F1P, No Fliers

F1Q, 1 Flier
1. Paul Masterman 68 103 164 106 156 104 91 792
 

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Roger Morrell