" The C.P.E.A. should cooperate with other bodies equally concerned with parental rights especially In these days when such rights were being assailed by various forms of legislation?'
This plea was made by Mr. W. J. Clarke at the annual public meeting of the Nottingham C.P.E.A. on Monday.
The hon. secretary, Mr. N. P. Howard, reported that they had met with no success in the efforts they had made to place Catholics on the Nottingham or the Nottik.hamthire benches of magistrates, nor had Catholic representation been secured upon either the city or the County Education Committees.
The Rev. Andres,' Beck, M.A., headmaster of the Becket School, had asked for the Council's assistance in providing details of the Catholic boy population to support him in his negotiations on behalf of the Diocesan Education Commissioners