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: The WEEK'S Good CAUSE : Appeal by the Rev. Canon BARNARD on behalf of the Royal Midland Counties Home for Incurables

THE Royal Midland Counties Home for In-
J- curables was founded fifty-three years ago, and has been enlarged again and again to meet the pressing calls that have been made upon it. It receives 115 in-patients of limited or reduced incomes, and also gives out-pensions to incurable sufferers who can be provided for in their own homes.
The Rev. Canon Barnard , who make3 the Appeal, was formerly Rector and Rural Dean of Sutton Coldfield. He is now a member of the Committee of the Home, and is therefore well acquainted with its work and its needs.
Contributions should be sent to [address removed]


Unknown: Rev. Canon Barnard


S.B. from Cardiff
THE Silent Fellowship has a large and in. creasing membership. The monthly talks which are relayed to Daventry form a separate series, as there are many listeners who are unable to hear the Cardiff Station's broadcast on the other Sunday nights. The talk this evening will be on ' The Unresting Sea.'

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