Page 7, 18th February 1949

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Page 7, 18th February 1949 — ACTU MAKES PROGRESS
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People: R. J. Mellish
Locations: Bath, London

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ACTU MAKES PROGRESS

At an inaugural meeting of the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, of Deptford, S.E. London, at which Mr. R. J. Mellish, M.P., spoke, over 30 Catholic trade unionists joined the organisation.

A very flourishing branch of ACTU is also established at Bath, Somerset. Regular meetings take place and each month sees an increase in the membership.




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