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Benevolent Fund's A. J. Wilson Memorial

17th August 1945, Page 28
17th August 1945
Page 28
Page 28, 17th August 1945 — Benevolent Fund's A. J. Wilson Memorial
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IT is strange that such an excellent institution as the Motor and Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund should have a membership of only just over 10,000 when the potential is at least 250,000. All existing members are, therefore, asked to introduce at least one new member during the current year and thus realize the ambition of the founder, the late Mr. A J Wilson, to make the Fund truly representative of

every branch. This is the best form of memorial which can be erected to him.

The subscriptions are:—Members. Ll is. per year; associates, 10s. Cheques, etc., should be sent to the Fund at 204, Great Portland Street, London, W.1 The president is Mr. E. L Payton, JP., and the general secretary, Mr. A. H. Dawson Membership is open to all British subjects, of either sex, engaged in the motor, motorcycle, cycle or accessory trades as director of a public or private company, principal, manager or secretary, draughtsman, staff foreman, member as sales, general or works staff, timekeeper, or warehouseman, and thise employed in certain capacities by recognized trade organizations or the Press concerned. Certain other employees in the -trades are eligible if members of the I.A.E. or I.M.T.

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