Page 14, 2nd July 1937

2nd July 1937
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Page 14, 2nd July 1937 — The Relief of Spanish Distress
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The Relief of Spanish Distress

The Bishops' Committee gratefully acknowledges the following donations : Anon., Lanes, £10; Mr. A. B. Leitch, £10; Sir Francis and Lady Lindley, £10; and 200 dollars from an American sympathiser. Mr. A. M. Tilney. The Bishops' Committee has allocated £100 to the Catholic Times for the "Committee for Catholic Refugees from Spain." The refugee work is being admirably carried out by the Catholic Council for International Relations, and although every effort has been made to repatriate as many refugees as possible, there are still a number who have to be maintained as they are not yet in a fit state to travel. A consignment of drugs and dressings, including anti-tetanus serum, locaine, percaine, novacaine, adhesive plaster and suture needles, has been sent to Spain this week by the Bishops' Committee. Donations. which may be earmarked for medical relief or refugees. should be sent to the Bishops' Committee, efo The National Bank, Ltd., 21, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W.1.




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