Page 11, 14th October 1938

14th October 1938
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Page 11, 14th October 1938 — CATHOLIC LAWYERS TO DEBATE ON SPAIN

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From Our Own Correspondent


Two Scottish Catholic lawyers, one a protagonist of National Spain, and the other, from his public utterances, a supporter of the Government, are to debate the Spanish issue at a date to be arranged within the next few days in Glasgow.

This is a sequel to a scene which occurred at a luncheon of the Glasgow Business Club when, after Mr. James Mallon, Greenock Catholic solicitor, had spoken in defence of the Leftists, Mr. Alexander McGregor, well-known Glasgow Catholic lawyer and official of the Friends of National Spain, rose to his feet and described Mr. Mallon's address as a gross travesty of affairs in Spain.

He thereupon challenged Mr. Mallon to a public debate upon Spain. The challenge was accepted, and dates have been proffered.

Mr. Mallon has, I am informed, acted as a legal representative for the Spanish Government in shipping legislations.

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