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Some members of every flying club never intend to fly, and simply like to be identified with the groups that do.  We welcome that type of member heartily, and wish we had more of them. Those who intend to fly however but who drag along week after week and month after month without action, are penalizing themselves and the club and are forcing a division of the club into separate classes. 
If you want to fly but haven't been flying regularly come on out and " get hot". One must necessarily put his heart and soul into this game if he expects to get any thing out of it.
This letter is being sent to every member regardless of age, office, race, color, creed, or flying status, and each member can figure out for himself whether or not he is keeping apace to the extent he wishes.  If you have any suggestions to offer lets have them at our meeting Thursday night. 
Sincerely yours, 
Ernest W. Spink
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