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The WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE : Capt. Sir BEACHEROFT Towse, V.C., Chairman, of the 'National Institute for the Blind, appealing for Broadcast Programmes in Braille for the Blind.

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EVERYBODY knows that the wireless has been a heavensent boon to the blind, and if only they could have the programmes in their own Braille type, their enjoyment would be materially increased. The National Institute for the mind is the leading organization of its kind in the country, and Captain Sir Beacheroft Towse , is its chairman. The address to which donations should be sent is [address removed]. (Picture on page 419.)

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The WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE : Capt. Sir BEACHEROFT Towse, V.C., Chairman, of the 'National Institute for the Blind, appealing for Broadcast Programmes in Braille for the Blind.

2LO London, 27 February 1927 20.55






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