Page 8, 25th December 1964

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Organisations: Women's Association
Locations: Cardiff

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HELPING OUT AT CHRISTMAS

Eighty-six Jewish people in Cardiff have volunteered to spend four hours each on Christmas Day washing dishes and helping out in local hospital wards. so that the normal domestic workers can spend the day with their families. They are also providing three cars to bring nurses to the hospitals as there is no public transport in the city on Christmas Day.

The scheme has been organised by thelocal Jewish ex-Service Men's and Women's Association whose chairman. Mr. Neville Littlestone, said: "This is a gesture from a small section of the community to the community at large on a day that is associated with good will to one's fellow men."




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