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N.P.A. Aids Amateur Radio Operators to Get Materials

Issue 11 and Volume 104.

N.P.A. Aids Amateur Radio Operators to Get Materials Under order dated Oct. 4, 1951, the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Production authority, provides assistance “to amateur radio operators and active members of the Civil Air Patrol” in obtaining materials for the maintenance and repair of their radio stations and stations used by the Civil Air Patrol, for capital additions to such stations, and for new stations. It makes special provision for those operators who are members of emergency radio communications networks. It assigns to each operator a quota within the limits of which he may use a symbol or rating to obtain materials, and allows operators to combine their quotas in making purchases within the provisions of the order.

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