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7th July 1944
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MISCELLANEA Communications to the Hop. Seereretary of the United Servioes Catholic Association should only be sent to the

Association's registered office, 26, Portugal Street, London, W.C.2.

The death took place last week, at Nottingham of Mr. Arthur Goulding, a well-known Nottingham Catholic business man, and member of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

Mr. Charles Howison. well-known Coin libuior in OW correspondence columns on educational matters, is leaving his post as Head of St. Mary's School, Walsall, to take up the headship at St. Joseph's Boys' School, Bradford, Yorks.

First baby to be baptised in the newly-opened chapel of the Most Holy Trinity, Otford, Kent, is Patricia Mary Wallas, horn Jtme Hers is believed to be the first baptism in Otford since the Reformation.

The Rev. Dom Lambert Nolte, O.S.B. (now Chaplain at the Convent of the Holy Child at Coughton Court. Alcester), will celebrate. his golden jubilee Mass at Erdington Abbey ins Saturday, July I. at 10 o'clock.

A memorial service for Centred Wladyslaw Sikorski, Polish Premier, "iborawhaasr killed yeianr a flying waaccsidheenit near at

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