Break-In Editorial For May 1931 Things Don't Change Much - Calling For Members Back Then!
Vol. IV. No. 5WELLINGTON NZMAY, 1931
As this issue goes to print we feel that it would not be complete without some reference to the numerous letters of appreciation that members have sent to Headquarters. From the general tone of this Correspondence it is patent that out efforts are meeting with a most gratifying reception and have won the approval of most of the Amateurs in New Zealand.
As "Break-In" is the official organ of NZART, and in view of the fact that we consider the well-being of the one to be closely bound up with the interests of the other, we need scarcely emphasise the necessity for aiming at an NZART that is strong numerically and financially. A numerically strong NZART alone can support a really adequate magazine, and the magazine in turn will react upon the strength of the organisation. Every Association of any size depends upon an official organ to act as a leavening and a welding force, and NZART, scattered as it is throughout the length and breadth of New Zealand, has need of a strong "Break-In."
Every Amateur in New Zealand owes it to his hobby to join NZART. Only through strong combination can we Amateurs hope to hold together in the face of commercial interests that would fain encroach upon and usurp our Amateur channels. We cannot appeal too strongly to all Amateurs to support the only radio organisation in New Zealand that can offer them the strength that goes with unity and the freedom that accompanies strength. Every loyal member of our Association must make some sacrifice if NZART is to mean anything to him, and we suggest that he can do most by urging his fellow-Amateurs to sink their personal prejudices and combine with us in making NZART a truly national organisation.
(S.H.P. = S H Perry ZL2BC and C.R.H.T.= C R H Taylor ZL2DG) Ed
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