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Publication Title:RCModeler
Issue Number:3
Publisher:RCModeler Corp.
Issue:December 1963
Publishing Date:10-12-1963
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The Nova by Meade Hallock.
Blueprint for Beginners by Ken Willard.
The Torero by Willie Smith.
Space Control Modifications by D. D. Foss.
International Data Sheets Preface by Harry Brooks.

Editors Memo.
Dear RCM.
Bench Bits.
RCM Interview.
Fly In.
Showcase 1963
Tach Talk.
Reader Service.

(Editors Note This month we are privileged to have as oar guest editorialist Paul Runge Publisher of Grid Leaks Magazine one of the finest magazines dedicated exclusively to radio control. We feel that Pauls message is of utmost importance to all RCers and urge every radio control hobbyist to take an active part in supporting the program outlined below.)
At the outset lt us say that we very much appreciate the invitation extended by RCM to do a guest editorial. This is indicative of the excellent cooperative attitude that exists in most phases of our grand mutual hobby of radio control.
It is time for all modelers to stand up and be counted especially if they hope to continue in radio control as a hobby. With a new Form 505 due about the time that these lines are in print (this one even simpler than the previous 505s) this will be your last chance to get registered for an FCC license for radio control without having to pay a fee. If your license should expire during this year of 1963 you also ought to get your renewal in since a renewal in 64 will cost you 8.00 Not only is it good economics to apply for a license now if you do not yet have one but it will help us all because it will make the FCC more aware of the total number of radio modelers.
This has become increasingly important with the AMA having recently appointed an FCC Committee. Ed Lorenz is chairman with Vernon McNabb Dr. Walter Good John Phelps and Paul Runge as members.
Earlier this year at a meeting of this committee it was felt that a competent communications attorney would need to be retained to represent the AMA RCer before the FCC in all matters relating to radio control. This the committee felt was necessary because it would help prevent others from usurping our spots as they seemed ready and willing to do and might possibly provide us with the opportunity for filing other petitions for additional spots and frequencies away from the increasing interference problems of the Citizens Band.

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