The speaker, Albert Blakemore , has been a bookstall manager for twen:;--five years-first at Oswestry, then at Denbigh, and more recently at Walsail. He is a Shropshire man, has had a good deal of his journalistic work published, and for nearly thirty years has been a member of the British Astronomical Association.
An appeal on behalf of THE FREE NIGHT SHELTER FOR HOMELESS AND DESTITUTE MEN by The Rev. C. BOTHWELL BOTTON (Chairman of the Birmingham Diocesan C.E.T.S.)
Since it was opened by the Bishop of Birmingham in January, 1933, this night shelter has given 273,450 free meals, clothed thousands of people, and found work for two thousand unemployed. Its aim is to alleviate the misery of the down-and-out, and to transform him into a self-supporting citizen.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
Rev. C. Bothwell
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