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The Week's Good Cause

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An Appeal on behalf of The Aylesbury After-Care Association by Lilian C. Barker, C.B.E., Director of the Association.
The work of the Aylesbury After-Care Association is to arrange for the future career and well-being of all Borstal girls and women convicts. Their welfare is the Association's one aim, and therefore if any of them falls sick before she has worked a sufficient time to obtain benefit, or loses her work, or if any other ill befalls, she knows that they are at hand all the time to assist financially and to give whatever help is necessary. The relationship is a very personal one, and is cemented by the friend or supervisor attached to every one of them, who not only reports to the Association as to the kind and extent of help needed, but at the same time is a real friend to her own protegee. All the help given costs money, and it is for this urgent present need the Association pleads to fill what is now an empty purse.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
(London National will radiate the London Regional Week's Good Cause and North National the North Regional Week's Good Cause. West National will close down from 8.45 to 8.50)

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