Page 8, 18th May 1984

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Keeping the Polish route open

IRENA KUJAWSKY, one of the organisers of International Medical Aid for Poland, tells me that thanks to the generosity of readers they have been able to send another truck-load of vital medical supplies to assist the children and orphans and people of Poland in their need.

Thanks to CadburySchweppes a brand new DAT 2500 lorry has been loaned to take the supplies to the nuns in Rakka, to their orphanage, and to Prasek hospital in Warsaw.

The volunteer driver of the truck is David Powdrill, and Mrs Helena Leoniswska will accompany the 20 tons of vital supplies, which were organised by Tom Cornish.

Polish children continue to be in dire need of such voluntary supplies of medical aid from the West. While we say a thousand thanks to readers for their generous donations, more is needed to keep the lorries rolling with their life-saving supplies.

Further details from Irena Kujawsky, International Medical Aid for Poland, 30 Kings Road, Ealing, London W5 Telephone 01-998-0807.




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