19th January, 1937.
Mr. G. Stolz,
The International Federation of Trade Unions,
9, Avenue D'Orsay,
Dear Mr. Stolz,
GOODS FOR SPAIN.
In accordance with our practise of communicating with Mr. Schevenels when supplies of goods are leaving this country for Spain I am writing to inform you in Mr. Schevenel's absence that two British ships are leaving this country during the present week as follows:-
S.S. PELAYO leaves Liverpool for Valencia on January 21st, with the following goods consigned to Carlos Hermandez, UGT, Salvador Segui 5, Valencia:-
15 tons of corned beef, 100 bales (5 tons) dried cod, 5 tons biscuits.
S.S. CARPIO leaves London for Valencia on January 21st (sailing delayed from January 19th) with the following goods consigned to Carlos Hernandez:-
275 tons of sugar, 4 tons of jam, 4 tons of bacon, 50 cases of eggs, 100 cases full cream unsweetened evaporated milk, 5 tons full cream milk unsweetened.