Page 15, 11th November 1938

11th November 1938
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Of Persons

And Places A Roving Causerie By G. E. ANSTRUTHER In his own column, a short while ago, *The Jotter " confessedly stood indebted to another man's memory for some data about......

The L.c.c. Defines Standards Accommodation For At Least 160

From Our Educational Correspondent Standards have been set by the London County Council for the accommodation in senior non-provided schools to enable them to qualify for grant......

Debate On Spain Soviet Plan For Iberian Peninsula

A number of Catholics were among the audience which heard a debate, arranged by the Bristol branch of the Royal Empire Society, between Lord Phillimore and Major J. Milner,......

Adopt A Priest

NEW SCHEME FOR W.E.E.F. Total Still Far Short of Requirements A suggestion that a number of parochial congregations might be induced to adopt a student in a manner somewhat......

Lord Mayor Visits Night Refuge And Home

The Lord Mayor of London (Alderman Sir Harry Twyford, K.B.E.), who was accompanied by the City Marshal, Major J. Hulme Taylor, paid a visit to the Providence (Row) Night Refuge......

The Downside Settlement

The report of the Downside Settlement, just issued, notes some important new activities in this excellent and generous work. The weekend camp at Worth Priory, Sussex, has now......

S T. Mary 's Celebrates Parish Priest Made Canon

By a C.H. Reporter The Church of St. Mary, West Croydon,' celebrated last week-end the centenary of its foundation. In 1836 an old Spanish priest of 76 years settled in Croydon,......

The Cfiurce Moves On...

STOCKWELL, LONDON A number of residents of Stockwell Park Road, S.W., are giving up large portions of their back gardens in order to make room for the extension of St. Helen's......