Page 10, 19th April 1968

19th April 1968
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Page 10, 19th April 1968
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Ycw Pledge To Help Relieve World Poverty

RBPRESENTATIVES of the Young Christian Workers from all parts of the Midlands, meeting in Birmingham. were urged by the Rev. Kenneth Cranston, a Presbyterian minister from the......

The Problem Of A Sheltered Life

STUDENTS and prisoners were up against a similar problem which must be overcome. said Bishop I Harris, Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool on Wednesday. Both groups were living a......

Olympic Athletes To Attend Sofia World Youth Festival

O NE THOUSAND young people from Britain are expected to attend the World Youth Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria from July 28 to August 6 It will be the ninth since the war, and the......

Children's Day Collectors Needed

W ITH the approval of the Queen, the Greater London Appeal organised by the Princess Elizabeth Day Joint Committee will in future be known as Children's Day, and an emblem......

Holiday Offer To Handicapped

N UNS of a Catholic missionary order are to offer low-cost country holidays in Kent to victims of multiple sclerosis, a disease affecting the nervous system causing progressive......

In Brief

WALKING through the thoroughfares of East London to the wharves of Wapping, the girls and staff of St. Victoire's Grammar School, Victoria Park Road, E.9, raised £150 for......

School Prints Own Magazine

P UPILS of St. John Fisher Catholic Secondary School, Sheffield, have • started printing their own newspaper. This Generation is the idea of Mr. G.. K. Mallon, head of the......

£15,000 Appeal For Medieval Chapel

A N APPEAL has been launched for £15,000 for the chantey chapel on Wakefield's medieval bridge across the River Calder, one of the three surviving chapel bridges in Britain. It......

Community Care As Study Topic

T HE first speaker during a Catholic Social Guild social study week on the theme "Personal Values and Community Care", to be held at Plater College, Oxford, from August 17 to 23......