10th May, 1937.
Mr. James Lyno,
Amalgamated Society of Woodcutting Machinists,
32, Milton St.,
Dear Mr. Lyno,
VOLUNTARY INDUSTRIAL AID.
We thank you for your letter of 8th instant, from which we gather that your Executive cannot see their way to agree to the proposals made by the above Association, as they consider it would set a dangerous precedent.
We will keep in mind the views of your Executive when we again discuss this matter with the Voluntary Industrial Aid organisation.