Appeal on behalf of the Building Fund, Service Men's Y.M.C.A., Union Street. Plymouth, by Sir ARTHUR K. YAPP , K.B.E., Deputy President of the National Council of Y.M.C.A.'s, Incorporated.
THE Service Men's Institute, Plymouth, which will be officially reopened on Sunday by Admiral The Hon. Sir Hubert G. Brand , K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., has boon a popular rendezvous for our sailors, soldiers, and airmen since the early days of the war. It is kept open day and night, and has proved a home from home to many thousands of Service men. Owing to the front portion of the building becoming unsafe, it became absolutely necessary to rebuild the promises, and the sum of £8,000 must be found to prevent the disappointing and drastic measure of closing down.
Sir Arthur K.
Sir Hubert G.
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