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To the A.S.C., M.T., on Active Service.

23rd December 1915
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Detached Units.

Will the 0.C.s of A.S.C., .M.T., detachments or separate units, which are not classified with Columns, Parks or Bases, communicate with us so that we may add them to our official Cam pain Comforts Fund List ? Company Nos. and number of men, for whom gifts are desired, should be notified.

Inquiry Department.

We have arrangements in force whereby ive are able to make inquiries at the Front with a view to tracing men of the A.S.C., M.T., of whose whereabouts their relatives have been in ignorance for any considerable time. Where letters or parcels continue to fail to reach their destinatzons, we are happy to advise as to the probable reason for non-delivery. All letters should be marked Inquiry Department, A.S.C„ M.T., care of this office, and contain full names, dates, and regimental addresses.

We Will Buy for 0.C.s on Active Service.

We hold the organization of the Fund available to make purchases at best possible rates of sporting and other requirements for Officers or respasible N.C.O.s. Na such despatches will be made until cash is received. We will pack and forward free of charge.

Letters from the Front.

During the state of War, we shall be pleased to see letters received by our readers from the Front, and written by anyone connected with the Transport Services. We shall be prepared to pay our usual contributors' rates for any extracts from such letters which we may publish. We will take care of and return the originals.

All communications should be clearly addressed to the Editor " The Commercial Motor," 7, Rosebery Avenue, London, B.C. They should also bear the full names and addresses of the senders.


Locations: London

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