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Effect in Leeds

... continued without success until darkness caused a postponement. York Service for Canadians From Our Own Correspondent YORK, Sunday Units of the Royal Canadian Air Force serving in the North of England to day attended an all-Canadian service in York Minster to ...

Export Policy

... towns are being asked to release their Medical Officers to serve hygienlsts in the Civil Affairs Branch ol the Army. A Ministry of Health official told a reporter that the Civil Affairs Branch of the Army Is concerned with the reconstruction and reorganisation ...

Wool Issue Prices

... Wool Issue Prices Wool Control announces that raw material required for the Home Civil trade against the ration to granted for the period March 1 June 1945. will be issued the basis of Home Issue prices Nos. 13 and 14. The effect this announcement is ...

E.A.M. ENVOYS RECEIVED BY GEN. SCOBIE

... correspondent of the New York Tim/es. who cabled: Despite its basic policy of non-intervention Greece's present civil war. the United States Government, has evolved its own mind and crystallised a ptogramme for the rectification of the Greek border ...

TELEPHONES

... Anglo-American unity possible. The dangers affect more than this country. America also will be danger the Allies do not maintain a united front. Every European is conscious of the risk of a renewal of German militarism future generations, and is acutely anxious ...

THE YORKSHIRE POST AND LEEDS MERCURY. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 3. 1945 LONDON NOTES AND COMMENT

... City appointment. Northerners will particularly remember Lord Harlech for his work North-Eastern Regional Commissioner for Civil Defence In the sombre days of 1940. He left Leeds to become High Commissioner in South Africa. He has devoted great deal of ...

B.E.M

... received Knighthoods Mr. William Percy Hildred, C.8., 0.8. E., Director-General of Civil Aviation. Air Ministry; and Mr. Mark Hodgson, 0.8. E., general secretary, United Society Boilermakers and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders. Professor Jessop Is with the ...

FOOD CONTROL

... Struct E.. Chartered Structural Engineer. 27. Watcrer Gardens. Burgh Heath, Surrey, January 3. Sir. Patrick Duff, lately Deputy United Kingdom High Commissioner Canada, has been selected to fill the post of High Commissioner New Zealand in succession to Sir ...

U.S. 'Planes Grounded

... these discussions have resulted substantial agreement between the two Governments. 41 is perfectly clear that the United States and the United Kingdom Governments are basic agreement in their desire to provide assistance to cnnnle Italians to start rebuilding ...

THE YORKSHIRE POST AND LEEDS MERCURY. MONDAY. JANUARY 8. 1945 LONDON NOTES AND COMMENT

... this kind. Especial pleasure felt here the President's' unequivocal statement of America's determination to stand with the United Nations in foreign policy not for war alone but for the victory for whicli it being fought. Mr. Roosevelt's insistence on ...

Two New Ministers

... —Renter. Obituary .Mr. E. Grantham Mr Edgar Grantham, of Cantley Lane. Doncaster, who died his home at the age of 55, was a civil engineering surveyor with H. Arnold and Son, public works contractors, of Doncaster, for about 40 years. He was chief surveyor ...

• Late business previous day

... 12*-; National United Laundries. 145.; Atrspced Prefd.. ss. 10> 2 d.; British Ber.zol and Con! Distillation. 41s. 6d.; Bradford Dyers. 255. 6d.; Singer Motors 7« Pref., 9s. Od.; Courtaulds, 575. 9d.; Vanghnn Bros.. 14s. 9d., United Motors, 3a. « d.; ...