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data Hel- date yesterday. Minimum at u, A, ft. IS FIRST INSTATE Adv. in appeal decision was $10,400 Phone guaranteed, Ave. the the are PRIMARY AND ADVANCED SECTIONS ARE BOTH BUSY With Carroll's C.A.A. fall quotas of 20 primary and 10 secondary students filled, first collegiate program program in the state to be completely under way, college authorities stated yesterday that both phases of the fall instruction are now in full swing. Six students soloed during the past wÂ«ek in the primary instruction instruction section, and the advanced group, working with a heavier military military biplane, is expected to solo early this coming week. R. E. Morrison, Morrison, flight operator in charge of instruction of the two groups, stated stated yesterday that with continued good weather the two phases could be completed by Dec. 15, but that January 1 is the probable date of completion. Two new groups are scheduled for instruction in the two phases beginning beginning February 1 or before, and another is already slated for the summer of 1941, with applications for both sessions being accepted now. Notice of a change In entrance requirements for the secondary or advanced program was received last week by college authorities, with the secondary program now open to students who will have two years college credit by the time the program program is completed, permitting students students with a one and one-half years credit to enroll. Members in the advanced class, all of whom have completed the primary program and have undergone undergone rigorous medical examinations, must agree to go on for additional military flight instruction if qualified. qualified. Class members are Robert A. James, Robert R. James, Paul Choquette, Choquette, Dick McLemore, Lewis Conrad, Conrad, Raynor Roberts, Chester Kahla, Harold Longmaid, all of Helena, and John Collins and Karl Mueller of Butte. The flight sessions of the advanced advanced group are at present confined confined to getting used to the larger ship, a Waco UPF7, military trainer, trainer, through power stalls and simple spins. Later instruction is to include include all types of aerial acrobatics, loops, slow and snap rolls, vertical reverses, Immelmans, cuban eights, and other technical maneuvers. Ground school organization meeting meeting for the advanced class will be held Wednesday evening, Nov. 6 at Carroll college, at which time schedules schedules for the instruction program will be drawn up. Dr. E. W. Neuman Neuman of Carroll college and L. W. Fahrner of the Montana school of related trades, will .be'ln charge the ground instruction, which will run three or four nights per week. Morrison and Joe Walton are instructors for the advanced program, and Benton Garlow and Archie Bray for the primary phase. Sis students accepted for the primary phase have already made their solo flights, Joe Davis, Brad Reynolds, Jack Hartnett and Bert Cathey of Helena; Joe Niece of Beach, N. D.; and Frank Cole of Anaconda. Others enrolled in the course are Helen Bennett, Jane Schuyler, Henry Anders, Al Brass, Richard Ronan, Glenn Violette, to a In it up a a bearing at the for and this and L. S. George Dykstra and Marcus Brandjord Brandjord of Helena; John Daniels of Anaconda; John Earls, Bert Jones, Prank Bermingham and Arthur McCartan of Butte; John Thomas of Shawmut. They are scheduled to receive a total of S!5 to 60 hours flight instruction, instruction, 72 hours ground instruction instruction at Carroll college, and then will, if the proper educational background background and if recommended by the instructors, be eligible for entrance entrance into the advanced program. Morrison said yesterday that five new trainer ships are at present order for use in the instruction program, one for arrival this week, for later this fall, and two for March, 1941. Equipment at present present in use includes three Aeronca Chief planes, two Aeronca trainers and one Waco military trainer. Washington.