Page 15, 28th May 1937

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Relief of Spanish Distress

The two ambulances sent to Spain by the Iliehops' Committee, and known as the "Egeipo Anglu-Espanol " have been working at Marquise and Ciuernice, and also at Aloza where a hundred cases of wounded have been treated daily. The work done recently by the ambulances has earned the highest praise of the authorities.

Miss Gabriel Herbert has telephoned from France, earnestly appealifig for a further £100 worth of drugs for the Equip°. Anti-gangrene serum is urgently needed; without this indispensable drug wounds fester, and men die or are crippled for life who could otherwise be saved. Special contributions for the purchase of this serum will be gratefully received by the Bishops' Committee, c/o the National Bank. Ltd., 21, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W.I.




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