Page 14, 12th November 1937

12th November 1937
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Page 14, 12th November 1937 — Relief of Spanish Distress
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Relief of Spanish Distress

An interesting collection of books on Spain, including some important recent French publications, will be displayed at the Catholic Bazaar Book Stall on November 23 and 24. The stall will include hooks of general interest, children's books, Spanish stamps, badges and pictures. The proceeds of the stall will go to the work of the Bishops' Committee for the Relief of Spanish Distress, and in particular to the upkeep of its mobile hospital in Spain.

The bitter cold in Spain has greatly increased the distress of the war victims, for whom medical aid and warm clothing are more than ever needed. The committee earnestly begs sympathisers to support their book stall by (1) donations for the purchase of books for the stall, (2) gifts of books on Spain and other subjects, new or secondhand, (3) visiting the book stall at Kensington Town Hall. (November 23, 2.30 to 10 p.m.; November 24, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.) Books or donations should be sent immediately to the Bishops' Committee, 38, Eccleston Square, S.W.1. (Telephone: Victoria 1161.)




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