Page 2, 27th November 1953

27th November 1953
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Page 2, 27th November 1953 — Christmas for Poles

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SIR,-Your readers have now for several years been generous in helping our plans to send Christmas parcels to Polish mental patients in hospital, especially those (and they are many) who have no family in this country to remember them, and we venture to appeal for a continuance of this welcome aid. The number of this unfortunate group of invalids, casualties of war, hardship and migration, does not grow less and we are anxious to show them again that they are not forgotten hy their friends and war-time allies. A Christmas card with a Polish greeting and a piece of "Holy Bread" which Poles are accustomed to send one another at Christmas gives. we hope, a familiar touch to each little packet. Any gifts of money. sweets or cigarettes especially will be most gratefully received at the address below. Cheques should be made out to the Polish Research Centre Ltd.

(HO Witold Czerwinski.

Chairman (Miss) G. Arminella Hansel!, Secretary

Anglo-Polish Hospital Visiting

Committee, The Polish Research Centre Ltd., 51 Eaton Place, London, S.W.1.

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