Rugeley and District Labour Party
Hon Treasurer: MR. S. WILSON 10 Queen Street, Rugeley
Chairman: MR. F. ROGERS
Hon. Secretary: MR W.M. SCARTH Fortescue Lane, Rugeley, Staffs.
May 27 1937
My party, meeting last evening, decided to organise a special effort on behalf of your fund. We have already made arrangements for works collections tomorrow, a mass meeting tomorrow evening, street, cinema and public-house collections on Saturday and a special appeal in the Churches and Chapels on Sunday.
What I would like you to do is to wire me a message which could be read at tomorrow's meeting, pointing out the voluntary nature of the work and the urgent need for funds. A cheque for whatever amount is collected will be forwarded to you each Monday as long as we can sustain the effort
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