Salesian College boys TM) pupils from the Salesian College, Farnborough. Barry , Coles, aged 14, and Terence Barham, aged 15, have been awarded the "Master Bowmen" badges (junior) by the Grand National Archery Society, for their exceptionally high performance last year.
They ale the youngest Master Bowmen in the kountry. Only two other boys have ever qualifiedand they were both 17 years old.
Barry Coles. whose home is in Farnborough. won the under-14 national championship in 1953. with an open record score of 513 for the St. Nicholas round. This year he has won medals at the Hampshire county championships. the Open meeting at Caversham Park. Reading, the Berkshire meeting, the Open meeting at Slough. and the Open meeting at Guildford.
Terence Barham. who lives in Fareham. has won medals at Caversham Park, the Berkshire meeting. Slough and Guildford. and was runner-up in the national chamnionships (under 18) in London last September when he scored 687, two points behind the winner.
Cardinal Griffin: Sunday: Visitation and C'onfirmation at the Chum!, of Christ the Xing, Cockfosters, 6.0 p.m. Monday : Attends Australia Club dinner at the Savoy Hotel. 7.45 .m. Tuesday : Attends Mayor of estminster s reception at the Savoy Hotel. 8 p.m. Wednesday ;Blesses candles. takes part in procession and presides at Solemn Mass in the Cathedral, 10 ti.m. Thursday : Offers Maas in he Cathedral for members living and deceased of the Society of St. Augustine, 8 a.m. Attends reception for Commonwealth Freer
miciers in the Guildlinfl, 9 p.m.
Mgr. Grintshass, Arebbialiop of Birmingham : Sunday : Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction at St. Mary's, Flarhorne. 3 p.m. Mgr. Kling. Archbishop-Bishop of Portamouth.-Stmday : Blesses new classrooms at St, Maty's School. Gosport. 3 p.m.: Wednesday: ClothMg and professional ceremony at La Sagestse Convent, Rornsey. 9.30 a.m. Mgr. Beck, Bishop of Brentwood.Sunday : Attends GPM A. diocesan conference at St. Angela's, Forest Gate : Tuesday, Attends meeting of Diocesa n Chapterat Brentwood; Wednesday: Presides at clothing and profession ceremony at Chigwell Convent: Thursday : Addresses West Essex Catenien circle on school
Appointments Brentwood.-Er. Vincent J. anion, of Ruinham-on-Crouch, has gone on sick leave Fr. W. Loveland. of W'ickforel, has been appointed parish priest of Ongar ; Fr. S. Keane. of Ongar, parish priest of Burnham-on-Crouch, to replace Fr. Dutton, who is on sick leave; Fr. B. Collings, of Westcliff, parish priest of Wickford ; Fr. F.. Thomas, or Walthamstow, has been appointed assistant priest at Westclifl ' • and Fr. W. Murray. of Canning Town, assistant priest of Grays.
Travelling Mission westatInster.-Mass will be said on Sunday at 19, Lower Road, Breachwood Green, at 8.30 a.m., and at the Village FlaIl, Ashwell. at 10 a.m.
Shrewsbury.-Mass will be said on Sunday at 9 a.m. in Ford. Next week the Mission will visit Pontesbury. Brentwood.-Mass will be said on Sunday at Hullbridge and Burnhamoh-C. roust. Next week the Mission will visit Danbui y, Mayland and Tiltingham.
Sonthwark.-The Mission will visit this week : I. Barham in the parish of Canterbury, and Chilham in the parish of Ashford. Mass will be said on Sunday at 28 'The Grove Barham, at 8.30 a.m. and at the Village Hall. Chilham, at 10 a,m.: 2. Headcorn in the parish of Maidstone arid Bathersden in the parish of Ashford. Mass will be said on Sunday at the Village Hall, Headmen, at 8.30 a.m. and at the Village Hall, kethersden, at JO a.m.
Nortisampton.-Mass will be said to-morrow at 8 a.m. at Mrs. Oakes' The Cottage, Great Barton, and on Sunday at 9 a.m. at Hicks'. High Street. Ixworth, Bury-St.-Edmund's menevia.-This week-end: Fr. Riordan, C.S.S.R. will visit and say Mass for Polish people in the Llandovery parish, and Ccrman miners at the Cynheidre mine (near Ponteates); Fr. Doyle, C.S.S.R., will visit and say Mass at Kinnerton and Llanamoon.