Page 6, 27th May 1938

27th May 1938
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Page 6, 27th May 1938 — THOSE SHOPS SIR—In your issue of May 13 Mr. Kenneth
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THOSE SHOPS SIR—In your issue of May 13 Mr. Kenneth

Mackenzie is advocating a bill for the prohibition of the exhibition of all pornographic literature.

Twice a day I pass two shops displaying such literature: one is on a main road where children from a council and a Catholic school can always be found with their " noses glued to the window."

The other is at a very important tram stop where crowds of people pass the weary minutes of waiting glancing over the pictures and titles.

The best of luck to the M.P. who carries through such an important bill.

A LIVERPOOL CATHOLIC




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