Lord Pakenham, Minister of Civil Aviation, who presented prizes at Gunnersbury Catholic Grammar School. W.4., on Friday last week, was applauded when he laughingly observed: " If one cannot achieve fame, the next best thing is to obtain notoriety.
" As I see it, you have achieved fame when the newspapers think you have done something exciting; you have achieved notoriety when they -think something exciting may be done to you."
Although the Catholic faith was simple enough to be understood by a peasant woman." said Lord Pakenhain. " it was full of infinite complexity." The boys had a duty to cultivate their mental powers to the full, in order to understand the faith to the full extent possible for them. " It is not possible to be a good Catholic. and neglect the training of one's mind," he added. Ciunnersbury Catholic Grammar School had been accented by the Ministry of Education as a voluntary aided school, the headmaster, the Rev. R. J. McCliment, 0.B.E., M.A., said in his report to the parents.