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is Still Necessary

... numbers of United States troops in this country. The 100,000 Is exclusive of building workers brought to sites by contractors. In the words of Mr. Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour, in letter of thanks which he sent to-day to building and civil engineering ...

mi mi Brighouse and Elland

... Elland A large-scale exercise which all units the military and civil defence took part was held in the Brighouse and Elland area during the week-end. The exercise began on Saturday with a mock air raid, and civil defence services were brought into action ...

SCRAP METAL

... Qretton. Alderman R. Bretherick and Flight-Lieutenant Lcyshon, inspected the members the unit. After the inspection Major Milner said that he thought the unit was very lucky have such fine premises and were able use the University grounds and equipment ...

The Ceremony

... ceremony, Lord Chatfield inspected a naval guard of honour, and later, front of the Town Hall, he took the salute a march past of units representing nearly 30 branches of the Services. Led by mounted police and a Royal Marine band from the Royal Naval School ...

INDIAN OPINION STRONG AGAINST DISORDERS

... opposed civil disobedience. They interpret It as a blackmailing attempt on the part India's great Hindu majority to force the British Government in the face of a crisis to give up a huge share of political [lower. The Moslems regard the civil disobedience ...

LESSONS

... LESSONS Home Guard and Civil Defence Co-operation Home Guard units, the N.F.S. and civil defence services In the Skyrack area last night concluded large-scale exercise based on the assumption that the area had been heavily blitzed before an attempt at ...

Call to Women

... Guards are called u|>on to help with civil defence duties local authorities must make lull use of other man-power resources that military training is not unduly interfered with. The War Office, explaining the new civil defence duties which Home Guards may ...

NEW CALLS FOR NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

... demands the time of the framing a permanent constitution. Civil Disobedience Further points were:— Congress should persuaded by their own countrymen who negotiate with them to call off the civil disobedience campaign. thev decline to do so, then those ...

Ensuring Employment

... aerodromes have been taken over. The total British Empire cash purchases m United States since September, are about 7.000.000.000 dollars, a great deal more than the total United States Lend-Lcase deliveries to Britain far. Women IJberils Fiijlit Kleelions ...

To-day s Food News BRITAIN WILL ALLOCATE TEA BUT RATION WILL NOT BE INCREASED From Our Food Correspondent FLEET ..

... that they are receive bigger tea rations. •' On the contrary, said. in the interests of the United Nations, and in order to secure fair distribution, the United Kingdom has agreed to forgo a certain amount of tea and to reduce its requirements. This will ...

TELEPHONES

... Mr. Greenwood recognised that the British Government could not weaken in its determination to prevent the spread of the civil disobedience movement.' And he made a good point when ne said that he did not think you will encourage those men in India ...

Little Owl Defended

... expected. People In Britain are eager to give warm welcome to the United States troops who are arriving here Teasing numbers show their appreciation ol America's great contri- Ming the United doing so. they should no overlook the immense contribution made ...