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AID TO RUSSIA ACKNOWLEDGING a letter infornsing• him that Benham had now nearly reached its target of WOO Aid to

... the Home Guard. He underwent training in this country and Canada, returning to this country to join an Operational Training Unit. He was married in 1943 to Miss Hazel Arnott. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnott, of 15. Leicester-grove, Evesham, and they ...

A MAJOR ISSUE

... in the name of Sir George Schuster, Sir Lewis Janes, and a number of other members on the resettlement at service personne l. which reads as follows: Resettlement of Service personnel—That this House is of the opinion that the Government's plans for the ...

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... FINANCIAL ebtstam Ibtanbart SAMIVINSAY, APRIL 14, INS WHEN THEY COME BACK rEissue to the Forces the hanabook, Release and Resettlement, prepared by the Ministry of Labour and National tierviCe, is a sensible and imaginative step on which the Government ...

THE GENERAL ATTITUDE

... THE GENERAL ATTITUDE This attitude of mind is almost always lacking where resettlement in civilian life of service personnel and war workers concerned, the general attitude being I realise bow difacult It is and will not complain U you are wrong. but ...

fanners in all lands, the other world-wide crusaders

... Engineers, Home Guard. representatives la the Civil Defence, the local 'pre-Service units. British Legion, and other local organisations. The Victory . iiarade to mark the Stand Down of the Evesham Civil Defence Services will be held later in the month ...

IVIINAM FLYING ow•

... banner was laid on the altar. A parade under Col. Sidney preceded the service in which units of H.M. Forces. U.S. Forces. British Legion, Red Cross. Dome Guard. Police. Civil Defence. A.T.C., G.T.C., Cadet Force and W.L.A. took part. The parade was marshalled ...

HAR VINGTON

... rededication of our Lives to God and to the Christian life. After the service, the units reassembled and returned in procession to the Village Hall. Among the non-Civil Defence organisations was a contingent of the Women's Land Army. The arrangements for ...

PLEA FOR HALL AT HAMPTON AGAIN VETOED

... dismissed post-war housing. damage to seats in the park, the danger of fireworks on the highways and the winding-up of the Civil Defence organisation. Owing to her being engaged at the Holidays-at - Horne children's gala, the Mayor (Caincillor Mrs. A. ...

COMMON W.EALTH'S DECISION TO CONTEST THE SEAT

... Rum! District Council. This is the second time Sunday's big parade at Evesham on the occasion of the standing down of the Civil Defencr Ser- M.P.'s WEEKLY REVIEW A News-Letter From Mr. De la Bere Mr. Rupert De la Bere, M.P. for the Division. sends us ...

Stand-Down Parade

... said everyone was united together to sincerely day - Thank you to all those who had been ready to lace any emergency. One remembers in the days of the alerts the confidence. the stout hearts and jovial faces of all wardens and Civil Defence personnel ...

POULTRY ITO

... soma work.--Dos MA Raportor MALL Country Iresidiace. with Wog; all convection's; MN* J. D. Batton, Land Agent. ReastemL INN Civil Servant sad Will Unfurnished Howe. 0111814 8 . to Real. Bagley. Disloistra. Maw olotter. Dingwall. districts: no family, careful ...

WELFARE FOODS

... conducted at the beautif'it little English church at Christ Church. an Army padre °Mc:citing. The commanding officer of the bride's unit gave her away. and she was attired in a pretty dress of khaki, with brass buttons, matching hat and shoes, and wore a spray ...