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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 ...

MOBILE CANTEEN FOR A.R.P. WORKERS Lady Beauchamp's Tribute To Local Women C,v.. Defence persouna Evesham and ..

... Superinteraier.t Price. I am sure that the W.VB. are the best people to look after the canteen and provide for the welfare of the Civil Defence services in this area WONDERFUL MANAGEMENT On behalf of the W.V.S.. Lady Beauchamp said that it gave her great pleasure ...

PLANNING DANGERS

... wise: but details of some of the schemes already announced reveal real dangers to that democratic way of life for which the United Nations are fighting In several quarters there is a growing tendency to plan a future in which local authorities as we know ...

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 ...

AT THE CLIFTON

... but most hotheaded opponent of slavery. With 11 white and 35 negro associates he set up a provisional Constitution for the United States and seized a Federal arsenal at Harper's Ferry. The Sol:swing morning a force of U.S. marines under Colonel Robert ...

CORN I

... reported killed in the Micidti. East. A former Territorial in the Gloucestershire Regiment. Sapper Bartlett was employed in civil life by Mr. Amos Fall. bui!der cif Winchcomb. He served in Belgium, and was wounded there in 1940. tier :ItanDarD. Offices: ...

TAR FIRE GUARDS

... new wound for the average individual, who, perhaps, now finds, it nomethinit of an effort to diatingoigh between the various units in the vast organisation brought into being to deal espevially with outbreaks ailing from enemy attack, the air can be cleared ...

Published: Saturday 16 May 1942
Newspaper: Kington Times
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1130 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

GEORGE

... substituted for the Man of Nazareth as the new loader of the human race. Lord Hatitax in a broadcast to the people of the United States of America said Although we see this war as one of liberation for the enslaved peoples, we also see it as a struggle ...

POULTRY. Etc

... 31t 61n.: elate top, complete polished bails and marking Board; top to suit the table for meals, etc.: would suit small club Civil Defence Post; £2O or nearest. —l4. Church Bank, Hampton. Evesham 82449 VOR Sale. Coney Seal Fur Coat. as 1 new. i:10.—Box 1465 ...

UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT

... to him the sum of £9 Ile. KM. which SCHOOL TEACHERS Post VACATION WORK FOR BOARDING- was undoubtedly be Office. As he was a civil servant he would have No special schemes are bein organised by received a pension of £2 a week on reaching g the Ministry of ...

Published: Saturday 05 December 1942
Newspaper: Kington Times
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1430 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

A very successful whist drive was held at St. Bede's, Kinston, on Wednesday evening behalf of the funda‘of St. ..

... Moreton Parva. Bishop Smith is an anthropologist of considerable repute. Grandchildren of former Mayors of Leominster were united on Thursday by the marriage of Miss Yvonne Gosling, only child of Mr. & Mts. C. 0. Gosling, and eldest grandchild of the late ...

Published: Saturday 21 November 1942
Newspaper: Kington Times
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1151 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

\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 ...