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H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G.

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Introduces 'SOS'
A series of Broadcast Talks on Unemployment
H.R.H. The Prince of Wales introduces tonight a new series of talks on unemployment, entitled
'S O S,' which will be given on successive
Fridays, from January 13 onwards. The object of these talks is to help those who ftre themselves willing to help, by describing the history and progress of the most successful voluntary schemes in various districts, designed to assist in the relief of the conditions of unemployed workers, so that they may individually or collectively imitate or adopt these scheme' or inaugurate similar ones. His Royal Highness will talk of the importance of such voluntary effort, and will appeal to listeners for their support of the schemes about to be co-ordinated by the National
Council of Social Service, of which he is Patron.

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