BASQUE CHILDREN'S COMMITTEE .
MINUTES OF A MEETING OF THE BASQUE CHILDREN'S COMMITTEE HELD ON MAY 3RD, 1938, IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, AT 5.30 P.M.
Miss Eleanor Rathbone, M.P. (In the Chair)
Dame Janet Campbell
Colonel Gordon ( Salvation Army )
Mrs. Manning ( Spanish Medical Aid )
Hon. Mrs. Gilbert Rollo
Mr. Wilfrid Roberts, M.P.
Dr. Audrey Russell
Mr. Vyvyan Adams, M.P.
Mr. G.T. Garratt (attending)
Miss McDiarmid -ditto-
Miss Frida Stewart -ditto-
1. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE Received from Miss Mary Sutherland.
2. MINUTES : The Minutes of the Meetings of -
December 22nd, 1937
January 12th, 1938
March 17th, 1938
April 6th, 1938
having been handed to the members at the beginning of the meeting, were taken as read, approved and signed, at the meeting's close.
3. CORRESPONDENCE: The Secretary reported a letter received from Mr. Paul H. Guenault, of Johannesburg reporting the formation of a branch of the National Joint Committee in Johannesburg working under the same objects and provisions as the Joint Committee. All moneys would be sent to the National Joint Committee in London. Mr. Guenault, who was known to the Committee as having worked on the Leeds Committee, asked permission to use the names of the Duchess of Atholl, the Earl of Listowel and Viscount Cecil of Chelwood. It was agreed to ask permission for these names to be used.
(b) It was reported that a letter had been received from Messrs. J. & E. Hall, Ltd., of Dartford, Kent, asking for permission to use the playing field at the back of Laleham School, Margate, as a camping ground for one week in August. Agreed that provided -
(a) there were no practical objections such as infection
(b) that Messrs. J. & E. Hall, were willing to pay compensation for the use of the site.
(c) that the local Committee be asked whether they approved the suggestion
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