rilHE homes of Spain's rich, who "live in a style with which we hi England have been unfamiliar for a generation," "the life of the workers. who are engaged in an unremitting struggle for the necessities of life," and the hovels which "disgrace the outskirts of Barcelona . . ."
All these come in for comment in BISHOP HF.ENAN'S third article in his series "Spain Today" on page 4.
RALALT MAU, Apartheid and IV.ISouth Africa's opposition to the discussion of her racial laws by the United Nations feature in the editorial leader, "Africa in Ferment," on the same page. Oo PAUL 2 the secretary of the Malta Labour Party attacks the recent article "Shadows Over Malta." by Douglas Hyde. who replies in his column on page 4.
Douglas Hyde in the same column considers what would be the effect of the expulsion of the Bevanites from the Labour Party.
B[SHOP HEENAN in the last of his articles will discuss the Church in the new Spain.
A NEW ALL SAINTS COMi'PETITION (with prizes) of the type which has created so much interest in the past will start in Fr. Basset's "All Sorts."