To you and me he's just the man in the booking office, but any of the station staff would recognise him—even from here—as the chap who runs their National Savings Group. If you were to ask him why he does this fine unpaid job as a Voluntary Worker in the National Savings Movement he'd say : " We all want to see plenty of things in the shops again, don't we? But that won't be till the Old Country's prosperous again. If we all spend as little as we can, we shall be bringing this prosperity nearer. That's why I'm keeping on with my Savings work."
Why not become a Voluntary Savings Worker yourself? Your Local Savings Committee will welcome you, or write to the National Savings Committee (Dept. V. W.3), London.