Page 5, 14th September 1951

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Page 5, 14th September 1951 — WASTE PAPER SOLD FOR SCHOOL FUND
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WASTE PAPER SOLD FOR SCHOOL FUND

A start has already been made by some of Bournemouth's 9,000 Catholics to raise the £100,000 needed to pay for their part in the county borough's Education Reconstruction Plan to improve existing schools and build others.

To explain the Education Committee's proposals, a rally in Bournemouth Pavilion, the largest hall in the area, will be held on October 7. Mgr. King, Bishop of Portsmouth will attend the rally, and the chair will be taken by the Catholic Mayor of Bournemouth, Councillor McInnes.

Two of Bournemouth's eight churches have provided boxes in their porches for waste paper, which will be sold. Some people have promised 10 years copies of women's magazines.




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