Page 5, 7th March 1958

7th March 1958
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Page 5, 7th March 1958 — REPATRIATES FROM RUSSIA

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Archbishop Godfrey supports appeal

THE Anglo-Polish Society has

issued an appeal, signed by three of its vice-presidents. including Archbishop Godfrey of Westminster. on behalf of the Poles currently being repatriated from the U.S.S.R. These people are now arriving back in Poland at the rate of 10,000 a month, and the process of repatriation is expected to last until the end of 1958.

" -1-he repatriates comprise men, women, arid children, and they are reachine Poland in utter poverty and physical exhaustion." states the letter. " All are in need of food, clothing, and medical attention."

Cardinal Wyszynski has set up an office in Warsaw to which help for the repatriates is being sent. Donations towards the cost of drugs, medicines, and nourishing food may be sent to the Hon.

Treasurer. The Anglo-Polish Society, Rarclay's Bank, 104. London Road, Liverpool. 3. Gifts of second-hand clothing, especially for men, will he gratefully received by the Anglo Polish Society, Polish Ex-Servicemen's Club, Shrewsbury Street, Brook's Bar. Manchester, 16.

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