Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 20, No. 7. 30th May, 1957
"One of these evenings, when you've got a bit of time on your hands, take a took round the house. We don't doubt you'll find all the essentials, most of the comforts and some of the luxuries which really make life worth while . . . Almost everything which contributes to your present comfort adn standard of living had to be imported . . . New Zealand Must have ships. And not just Ships . . . There must a regular and dependable Service or ships . . That is the service which is yours today. It did not come by chance . . . Co-operation between Shippers and Shipowners alike . . . is the foundation of New Zealand's link with the outside world . . . You have . . . the direct result . . . your standard of living, among the highest in the world . . . and that indeed, is worth preserving.—Issued in the interests of mutual understanding by N.Z. Overseas Shipping Lines, Shaw. Savill & Albion Co. Ltd., The N.Z. Shipping Co. Ltd. Port Line Ltd., Blue Star Line Ltd."—Advert in "N.Z. Listener", 3rd May, 1957.