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in Brief . .

alaltuesbury: Mr. Rohe! t Lush, Catholic Mayor of Malmesbury, Wiltshire, has been re-elected for a second term of office.

London: A film programme featuring life in East Africa, will be shown in the hall of the French Church, Leicester Square, on Tuesday. April 14. It will be the first in a series of three programmes shown there by the Africa Centre.

Dunfermline: Canon F. Thomson, Rector of St. Mary's College, Blain, will preach at this year's National Pilgrimage to Dunfermline in Honour of St. Margaret of Scotland on June 7.

Bolton: In May this year the Bolton Circle of the Catenian Association celebrates its Golden Jubilee.

Southwark: Out of £12.677 left by Mr. George Davies, of Hove, Sussex. £3,000 has gone to Bishop Cowderoy for ecclesiastical education; £500 each to St. John's Convent, Alton, Staffs., and the Sons of Divine Providence, Hampton Wick, Middlesex. After other bequests the residuary estate divided equally between Bishop Cowdcroy, the National Society for Cancer Relief, and Fr. Hudson's Homes for Poor Boys. Coleshill.

London: Cross Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice has been awarded by Pope Paul to Miss Doris Harrison. 18 years assistant National Secretary of the S.V.P. The Cross will be presented tomorrow (Saturday) by Bishop Craven, auxiliary Bishop of Westminster.

London: Westminster Diecesan Rally of the Catholic Nurses' Guild will take place in Westminster Cathedral and in the Cathedral Hall from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, May 21.

Wales: Canon Philip Webb. Chancellor of the Menevia Diocese and Secretary to Cymdeithas Richard Gwyn, has been appointed by the Holy Father as a Domestic Prelate.

Stamford: £12,000 extensions, including classroom, hall and kitchen, are planned for St. Augustine's school, next year.

Nottingham: Oat of £21,009 net left by the late Mgr. Maurice Parmentier of Nottingham, £1,000 each goes to the Nottingham Johnson fund, and the Nottingham Sick Clergy Friendly Society; £250 each to Nazareth House, the Sacred Heart Convent. Nottingham, the St. Vincent de Paul Conference, Nottingham, and the Little Company of Mary of the Convent Nursing home, Nottingham; the residue has been left to Bishop Ellis of Nottingham.

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