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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

TROOPS' CLUB IMPROVED

... and a mobile canteen had been provided to supplement the one which would look after units in rural areas. A local organisation was now in being to feed and look after Civil Defence personnel. Referring to the problem of limited accommodation, he said that ...

Lonesome Flag

... while village collectors have been from a heavy cold during the past working zealously for the Red week, but his ,feeling of civil re- Oross and St. John Prisoners of •sponsibility has impelled him to War Fund. attend various mc ['taiga. I think that due ...