and cheque for £15 to Mrs. M. Quinan, mother of 10year-old Thomas Quinan, an evacuee from St. Patrick's, Sunderland, drowned while making two attempts last May to rescue another boy from the Tees at Eaglescliffe, A " shove-ha'-penny board " is needed by the Catholic Social Club (address: Columba Club, Davygate. York), for tthe amusement of men in the Forces who daily spend a few leisure hours there.
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The Carnegie Hero Trust Fund has presented an oak-framed certificate
Keywords: Local Government In England, Counties Of England, Tyne And Wear, Eaglescliffe, Sunderland, Religion / Belief
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