Mr. S. P. B. Mais
Following the recent plea of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales for voluntary work in aid of the unemployed, Mr. Mais is now making a series of visits to various parts of the country, and will return to the microphone at regular intervals to describe and compare the many schemes of the effective organisation of voluntary assistance that are now being put into practice. His immediate itinerary includes the following districts : Lancashire, Northumberland, Yorkshire, Durham, Tyneside, Worcester, Birmingham, Leicester, Orpington, Guildford, Malvern, and Reading. The problem may vary in its details according to local conditions, but not in its urgency.
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