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CIVIL ACTIONS

... CIVIL ACTIONS HENLOW COUPLE’S CLAIM FOR FARMERS’ WEEKLY NOTES Increased Payment on Lime The Minister; - Agriculture made the fallowing announcement in the House of Commons last week: The Government has had under urgent consideration the question of the ...

THE NEW RATION BOOKS

... developed enormously since it began in 1938 for Civil Defence, and it now performed manifold tasks, its first aim was still Civil Defence. All their members were being asked to undertake short basic training in Civil Defence so that whatever work was being performed ...

IN THE PATH OF THE ENEMY Biggleswade Sees Invasion Tactics DEFENCE SERVICES COMBINE FOR EXERCISE Biggleswade had

... Railway Station after suffering few casualties, to reinforce the enemy already in possession. En route they wrought havoc among Civil Defence personnel who were in front of the A.R.P. headquarters and in front of the Police Station. They failed to locate two ...

Published: Friday 22 May 1942
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1652 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

HOME GUARD TWO YEARS OLD The Past and Future 'OI lA)CAI, LEADERS WILL DECIDE (By the Director-General Home ..

... whole, for on that depends the likelihood of invasion. Xow that the spring is here, there are better opportunities for each unit to train in its own battle role. Since the Home Guard is a local force, each company and platoon, whether from city or hamlet ...

Published: Friday 22 May 1942
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 835 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

EMERGENCY STEPS

... n of labour in gangs of 25 or less, to . include all men and women except those in the Home Guard. National Fire Service, Civil Defence, or Special Constabulary, or women with domestic responsibility. The Committee were working in conjunction with the ...

BETTER TRAINED

... whole, for on that depends the likelihood of invasion. Now that the spring is here, there are better opportunities for each unit to train in its own battle rOle. Since the Home Guard is a local force, each company and platoon, whether from city or hamlet ...

WON BY TWO RUNS

... has formed a Cricket Club, and members of the Local Civil Defence bodies are being invited to become members of the Club. It is hoped to arrange matches against teams of Home Guard and other Service units. A sports meeting is to be held on Whit-Monday. ...

RAVENHAM

... Hill of the Hussars, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Southfield Farm. The service was conducted by the Padre of the bridegroom’s unit. Miss Molly Asplin, friend of the bride, was the organist. The bride was given away by her father and wore a brown and blue ...

stotfold

... stotfold Sisterhood.—The weekly meeting of the Stotfold United Sisterhood at the High Street Methodist Chapel on Friday, was addressed by Sister Catherine. Mrs. Bennett, of Letchworth, was the soloist. The monthly meeting of the Stotfold Women s Institute ...

Published: Friday 22 May 1942
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 664 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

STOTFOLD

... STOTFOLD The weekly meeting of the Stotfold United Sisterhood took place a't the High Street Methodist Chapel on Friday last. The speaker was Sister Catherine, and Mrs. Bennett of Letchworth was the soloist. The funeral of Mr. Percy Charles Carter of ...

BEDFORD

... provides: Free treatment if admitted to general wards or specialist and out-patient departments of any voluntary hospital in the United Kingdom; cash grants towards paying ward treatment: convalescent and brine bath treatment; ambulance service assistance, etc ...

A/C. Randy Lee, Pt€. K. 1 Biggies' Dunton, Will relatives please note that although photographs may be returned ..

... on of transfers, promotions, decorations, etc., as they occur. SURNAME (Block letters') Christian Names Rank Unit Home Address Civil Occupation Name Employers Date joining (Signed) Date Send Form to— The Editor, Biggleswade Chronicle, Shortmead Street ...

Published: Friday 08 May 1942
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 158 | Page: 8 | Tags: none