EUROPE'S PIRE NEED
APPEAL BY LADY NBWALL
P.A. WELLINGTON, Tuesday. "When one reads of the tragic sufferings of the peoples of devastated Europe and of the' millions who may die this coming winter unless something is done immediately to see that they are adequately clothed, it is clearly the duty of every man and woman cf goodwill to answer the call and do their utmost for the world cause," says a message from Lady Newall, in sup-., port of the drive for clothing. "1 appeal to the chairmen of all women's organisations in New Zealand to continue the splendid work they have been doing throughout the war Years and to collect imu:e ; diately as many warm garments and blankets as possible—new, or in any cage strong and worthy of the long journey. ' Realising as we all do that New Zealand has been extreihely fortunate in most ways during this war, I am sure it would be the wish of everybody in the Dominion to unite in a still greater effort to assist the less fortunate people of Europe. "This appeal for blankets and clothes is not a matter of the Government only, or parties or any two or three charitable organisations. Urgency and dire need demand the wholehearted, immediate and active support of every man, woman and child in NeAV Zealand."
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CLOTHING WANTED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945
CLOTHING WANTED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945
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