Private and Confidential
LABOUR PARTY INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT
SPAIN CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
A meeting of the above Committee was held on November 9th, 1938, at 6 p.m. in the House of Commons.
Executive Members Co-opted Members Officers
George Dallas (Chair) Capt. H. Beaumont J.S. Middleton
Joseph Henderson,M.P. J. Griffiths, M.P. G.R. Shepherd
Stanley Hirst Dr. H.B. Morgan W.W. Henderson
Miss Ellen Wilkinson, M.P. G.T. Garratt Miss M. Sutherland
T. Willis Morgan Phillips
Secretary: William Gillies
Apologies for absence were received from Mr. J. Jagger, M.P., Mrs. Middleton, Sir F. Hayward, and R.A. Palmer.
2. MINUTES :
The Minutes of the meeting held on July 31, 1938 were adopted.
3. MILK FOR SPAIN FUND:
It was reported that the total receipts of the Joint 'Milk for Spain' Fund of the Labour Party and the Co-operative Union now amounted to £25,787 10s. 1Od ; that the expenditure on milk and milk powder amounted to £25,461 16s 1d, leaving a balance in hand on November 7, 1938, of £325 14s. 9d.
4. THREEPENNY TOKENS :
It was reported that new threepenny tokens were now available, and that new posters were available for Co-operative Stores advertising both the threepenny and the sixpenny tokens.
5. REPORT BY SIR DENYS BRAY AND MR. L. WEBSTER TO THE COUNCIL OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS:
This Report had been circulated. These technical experts appointed by the Council of the League of Nations were oppressed by the urgency as well as by the magnitude of the