TAXES: Airman at Sea

When the Miami wing of the Civil Air Patrol first got a bill for dockage of a 64-ft. yacht, the Mayan, at a Fort Lauderdale marina, Lieut. Colonel Claude F. Lowe, executive officer, just laughed and laughed. Everybody knew the Miami CAP was so poor that its members had to pay their own office phone bills. Then, when a Coral Gables man called to ask if he too could give the CAP a yacht, Lowe began to think that something was fishy.

With the help of other CAP members, he started nosing around the harbors, to his astonishment soon found...

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