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THE EVESHAM STANDARC :: ACROSS THE VALE ::

... their revponsibility in the reign of Eliza. beth, when the affairs of the civil Parish were placed under the vestry of the WOMEN AT WORK (No. 41 pincers of the Poor. In 1782 civil Paz - Liles were grouped for poor-law purposes M ISS VERA REYNOLDS, of Boatand ...

:: ACROSS THE VALE ::

... which to pass their evenings likely to create the most mischief in the ting) find excellent accommodation at ,Home Guard and Civil Defence permitevent of a parachute and glider invasion. • the Avon Social Club. The last-named MONEY FROM MOLES has no connection ...

S.W.S. ELECTRICITY

... Rasing overthrown Maria in 1866. and detvated France in 1870, Prussia was in a nciitien to unite aa the other German Mates under her crown. Thus was born a united Germany and. with it. what has since benm !mown as the. German problem. rmany last the war ...

\JOR CHARGED WITH DRUNKENNESS t-Martial's Verdict : Not Guilty (Temp. Major) T. E. R.A.S.C., was at a courtat ..

... only three or four half-pinta of beer at a club and was perfectly sober NlJjor Parry said that he was at Dunkirk, and was. in civil hie. a bath executive baker In the Cir.l Service. Col. M. V. BlacKer was President of the Court. Capt. Neames, prosecuting ...

RAID RELIEF WORK

... 1940. Before going to Libya as a member of a supply unit, he had some exciting adventures in the Cretan campaign. Three sisters are also doing useful work on the home front. Clarice. who is with the Civil Nursing Division, was bombed out of two hospitals ...

THE EVFSHAM STANDARD

... through Dunkirk. Thereafter. in September, 1940. he was promoted Major and given command of his present unit. In civil life he was a permanent civil servant with the grade of a high executive officer. He confirmed :he statement of his advocate as to having ...

CLERICS & WORKPEOPLE

... t:sine hto war work.—Ayolv T to is Mrs Hall. Delkeiti.. Richrond Roe:: will will Ruoutv ad intormation.-0 Wptian Scott. MO. Unit Pest C;.54 PART-TIME Jobs Ladies with cycles. who are wilitnce to deliver newstuders in country districts: all inslrance paid ...

SATURDAY JUNE 27, 1942

... Pershore District Council, in its attitude to signs and portents, bears some resemblance to those complacent and obliging French units of government that were anxious to be divested of their powers. The Cor Juncil has refused to support a resolution from Cirencester ...

MARKET REPORTS

... c k y. Civilence rights have been granted to the clergy. The Christian Sunday has been restored as a day of rest. School text books have been revised and offensive passages against religion cut out. Anti -religious tests for the AntlY and Civil Service ...

ACTIVE LEADERSHIP

... other branches in the districts as they were formed. On this Committee there are represontattves of the Women's Section, the United Services Fund, the Old Contemptibles' Association, and the Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen's Families Association. A relief bureau ...