From a Special Correspondent The Catenian Association are compiling a special war-time register of all their members. showing
in what particular manner each member is serving his country during the present war.
All circles have received a special letter from the Grand Secretary of the Catenlan Association, Mr Frank Rudman, K.S.G.. in which the latter stresses the importance of each circle knowing where each of its members is and what they are doing. Infer mation is also requested as to the whereabouts of the sons and nephews of Catenians serving in the Navy, Army and Air Force.
PLEA FOR " HOSPITALITY" Mr Rudman then explains that he desires to have this information so that he can notify Circles of any Catenians or close relatives of Catenians who may be posted to stations in their area. At the same time it is proposed to notify those in the Services of the meeting place and times of meeting of the nearest Circle of the Catenian Associa, time to the place where they find themselves.
A plea is also put forward for members of the association to give private hospitality to Catenians and the sons of Catenians billeted in their districts,