(From the Birmingham Studio)
lntroit, 'I heard the voice of Jesus say' (Tune: Kingsfold')
Hymn. 'How sweet the name of Jesus sounds'
(Tune: 'St. Peter')
Hymns with Descants: 'Hail to the Lord's anointed' (Tune: 'Cruger') 'Glorious things of Thee are spoken' (Tune: 'Austrian Hymn')
Address by the Rev. F. C. Spurr, of Hampstead Road Baptist Church
Hymn, 'City of God' (Tune: 'Kingsfold')
Appeal on behalf of the Walsall Hospital Carnival by the Rt. Worshipful the Mayor of Walsall. Council J Lockie, J.P. (From Birmingham) The spirit of charity and the spirit of carnival seem to have some natural affinity in human nature for no carnivals are gayer, more exhilarating and more hilarious than those that help a charitable cause. Hospitals are particularly lucky in this respect, and there is every reason to anticipate that the Walsall Hospital Carnival next Saturday will be one of the brightest occasions of the year.
Listeners who want to help the Walsall General Hospital and the Walsall Victoria Nursing Institution should, of course, go to the Carnival on Saturday, and in the meantime they can give vent to their charitable fervour by sending their contributions to [address removed]
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