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mums op nti FRIDAY-. THE AFTERMATH OF WAR Warwick Unites in Thanksgiving STREET PARTIES, Ps.O.W. ENTERTAINED

... mums nti FRIDAY-. THE AFTERMATH OF WAR Warwick Unites in Thanksgiving STREET PARTIES, Ps.O.W. ENTERTAINED was a happy Impulse on the part 01 Warwick civic authority, m tne persons 01 the Mayor and Mayoress (Councillor and Mrs. W. V. Collier), extend an ...

PICKFORDS

... and banners will displayed by the inhabitants in honour of the occasion. A very serious responsibility rests upon both the civil and military authorities to put down violence on th epart soldiers and militiamen in the borough of Warwick. One poor man has ...

EX-SERVICEMEN AND C.D.S IN WARWICKSHIRE

... Mobile Welfare Centre Six more villages and their surrounding areas are now being visited monthly by the mobile child welfare unit, making total of fifteen districts being served In this way. Further development of this service will necessitate the appointment ...

WAHV/K'lv. FIMDAVx MARCH 2, 1945

... 1 end darts 5 to 4. Snooker was witnessed between Civil Defence and the Police. The Civil Defence teams wire A Meredith and G. Brown, and PC. Harwood and P.C. Faulkner renresented the Police. The Civil Defence won on the black after being behind all thr^rgh ...

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... wholeheartedly than fought the war. We achieved wonders then —we can do the same in the Peace • War has created United Nations. We must stay united to build a new world order of peace and freedom, security and prosperity. Labour’s Part in Victory Labour has ...

Water Supply

... necessary for the Civil Defence Servl«'s to keep a constant vigil. The Regional Commissioner Is accordingly anxious that It should > widely recognised that, although drastic reductions have taken place In personnel establishments. Civil Defence Is not stood ...

YEAH Warwick Advertiser £' THE LATEST TIME FOR V!SG ADVERTISEMENTS IS p.m. on Thursday hi Our Opinion Franklin ..

... {xioossion sentimentality. however, exaggeration to hat the sudden demise of j.'t inldm Delano Roosevelt. President •he United States ot America, . , sod the nation to a degree it has . • experienced for generation. jor in the eyes of the English ,„' ...

Warwick School Notes

... Warwick School Notes Tho Scliool Junior Training Corps was Inspected by Colonel A. K. Chltty, DB.O. The United Nations Association Social was held, the Headmaster presiding. Members of the geological subsection of the Science Society paid visit to the ...

War Over this Year?

... the field of foreign policy propose to stand together with the United Nations not f r war alone but for the victory for which the war being fought. It is not only common danger which unites us but a common hope. Ours Is an association not of Governments ...

OF WARWICK

... hoping to create worth-w.ille and lasting peace.. A congregation numbering fully 1,500, constituent units of the Armed Forces. Senior and Junior Civil Defence ervlces. police, fire, nursing and ambulance services, members of the ccunty and borough magistrates ...

Not Forgotten

... also done enormous work for the ; Civil Defence Units and the body prisoncrs-of-war.” j the public drawn from aU the The Mayor concluded by reltcrat- churches in the town. Ing that two or thrte weeks’ time All units were played into church the Corporation ...

COUNTY TOWN’S FINAL SPLENDID ACHIEVEMENT

... on Saturday with a luncheon in the Drill Hall at Coten End and a Parade of the fighting Services, Women’s Services, units of the Civil Defence Service, and a small representation of war industries. The Parade came to a brief halt to allow of the presentation ...