RAILWAY CLERKS' ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
Telegraphic Address: FORESHADOW NORWEST LONDON (as two words) Telephone: TERMINUS 6267 (3 lines).
General Secretary WILLIAM STOTT.
Representing the Clerical, Administrative, Professional, Technical and Supervisory Employees in all Departments of the Railways and allied Undertakings, and London Transport.
25 EUSTON ROAD LONDON N.W.1
15th March, 1939.
Dear Mr. Tewson,
POSITION OF SPANISH SEAMEN IN GREAT BRITAIN
In accordance with the arrangement that was reached at a meeting of representatives of the British Section of the International Transportworkers' Federation, when it was agreed that the Unions represented should contribute £1,000 towards the maintenance of Spanish Seamen stranded in this country, I have pleasure in sending you herewith a cheque for £80, which represents the amount due from the R.C.A., and I have to make it quite clear that the money is intended for the Spanish Seamen's Maintance Fund.
Mr. H. V. Tewson,
Trades Union Congress,
Smith Square, S.W. 1.