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BUILDING OF SCHOOL Department's Action Criticised KATANNING, Nov. 1: A public meeting at the Wood anilling Hall last night con sidered a proposal by the Edu cation Department that a new school capable of accommodat ing children up to and includ ing third standard be built at Woodanilling and that older children be taken to Katanning by bus. The Woodanilling State School was destroyed by fire on July 1. At the meeting it was learnt that the department had already called tenders for a second school bus to carry out its proposal. By a unanimous decision, the meeting adopted a resolution of strong protest against the action of the Minister and the department, which was in complete disregard of feeling expressed at the pre vious Woodanilling meeting. By 40 votes to six, the meeting also resolved that a request be made for the building of a school at Woodanilling capable of ac commodating children up to and including fifth standard, with older children being taken at Katan ning. Paralysis: One case of polio myelitis was reported in Victoria yesterday, bringing the total, for the year to 684. The patient was a woman, aged 23, from Carlton.