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ELLIS.—May 5- Krtdhnf;on. ag^d

... been overlooked. Civil Aviation Problems THE wide range of yesterday's debate in the Commons on civil aviation covered both domestic and international problems. A remarkable diversity views was expressed. Mr i Perkins thought that civil aviation should ...

French Discussions

... .—Reuter. Civil Servants yel Iliyher bonus Non-Industrial Civil Servants are to receive increased war bonus. The Treasury stated yesterday that an application, by the staff side, for an increase, liad been under consideration by the Civil Service National ...

WORLD AIRWAYS

... far as air power is concerned. 'Planes from the United States to Europe or to Alaska and Russia would have to fly over Canada, perhaps land and refuel at Canadian bases. 'Planes from England to the United States would want bases in Canada. And Canada would ...

KNIGHTS COMMANDER

... Honours list will published on , Friday morning. It will restricted the following civil awards on the United Kingdom list:—O.B.E., 1.5.0.. M.8.E., British Empire Medal, and ! civil commendations for valuable :: service In the air. The Earl of Minister told ...

THE ELECTORAL TRUCE SHOULD CONTINUE

... THE FLAGS UNITED NATIONS DAY Behind the lighting men of the United Nations, the Home Guard, and the Civil Defence workers, the army ordinary men and women who supply them with all the needs war was represented yesterday in all its strength United Nations ...

VAST PLAN FOR RELIEF OF WAR VICTIMS Essential Supplies as Areas are Liberated U.S. Government yesterday ..

... Supplies as Areas are Liberated U.S. Government yesterday communicated to all members of the United Nations draft agreement providing for the establishment of a United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. area receiving relief without the Dir ...

Ministry o: Maternity Hospi Counties thifc mornlni

... friendly Power owns it, and they even propose that return for Lease-Lend aid the United States should demand the right to be the only nation permitted to manufacture civil and military aircraft and to control all the big petroleum fields of the world.' ...

Ration Rooks issue

... Chief for Leeds Dr. R. O. Barber, Deputy Medical ontcer for Civil Defence at Ramsgate, appeared for interview Leeds Emergency Committee yesterday for the p-st o£ First-Aid Commandant for Civil Defence in succession to Dr. W. santon Gilmour, who has been ...

No Authorised Strikes

... Correspondent Flectoral Reform Mr. G. W snid that FREEDOM FROM HUNGER Civil Servrei and T.U.C. Food Conference of Liberated and Feeding Peoples Labour Appeal to THF. recommendations of the United Nations conference on food and agriculture at Hot Springs-, Virginia ...

OF THE What the W.V.S. Has Done Five Years of Service

... Restaurants, Civil Defence canteens and war nurseries. To-day 65,000 members work British Restaurants and canteens and 1.145 mobile canteens are run them. The Army wanted station canteens, socks mended (a service now extended to the United States. Forces ...

TELEPHONES

... the Act is to maintain intact that ancient and valuable rule which holds that in this country Civil Servants shall play no organised part party politics. A Civil Servant has chosen his profession that of serving the State, an organisation which transcends ...

Latest Returns

... connection with the dispute. INVASION AND BOMBING Call to Home Guard and Civil Defence From Our Own Correspondent HALIFAX. Sunday Wing Commander P. L. Hodsall, Inspector-General «of Civil Defence, addressing a co-ordination meeting of Halifax Home Guard and ...