Spring Beds and Sheets ... and Only Pay Parades FIRST MIDLAND C.R.U. WILL BE SOLDIERS’ UtOPIA first Civil ..

... Army, authorities. Since it was decided to use it as a Civil Resettlement Unit considerable alterations have been made. modation are above the ordinary barrack standard.” The men can go to the unit nearest their homes; they can have leave every week-end ...

Published: Tuesday 31 July 1945
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Gazette
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 508 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HALF-WAY HALL FOR REPATRIATED MEN GUIDING THEM BACK TO CIVILIAN LIFE The first Civil Resettlement Unit in the ..

... HALF-WAY HALL FOR REPATRIATED MEN GUIDING THEM BACK TO CIVILIAN LIFE The first Civil Resettlement Unit in the Midlands for repatriated prisoners-of-war discharged or released from the Army to be opened on Thursday at Wightwick Hall, near Wolverhampton ...

Published: Tuesday 31 July 1945
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Post
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 148 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

The Royal Visit

... quickly. The Ilkiey Unit From Our Own Correspondent The headquarters of the Civil Resettlement Unit are at the Middelton Hotel. Ilkley, and the unit Is expected to receive 60 men a week with a maximum strength of 240. This will be the only ...

Object of the Units

... about domestic affairs, housing, their future careers and on. which it-is our job overcome if can. The staff at each Civil Resettlement Unit therefore includes not only doctor and a dental surgeon, but also an occupational officer, especially qualified to ...

Sunderland off fruit map For some time traders in Sunderland and District have been complaining that the town ..

... Officially known as Civil Resettlement Unit, No. 6, nothing more unlike Service conditions in general or the forbidding atmosphere of Stalag, which particular its purpose is to erase from men's minds, could be imagined. Through this unit, and others like ...

Published: Wednesday 18 July 1945
Newspaper: Newcastle Evening Chronicle
County: Northumberland, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1375 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Marriage of Miss Evelyn Townsley Miss Evelyn To wnsle lyounger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Townsley, ..

... Regiment IFLA in the 3rd British Infantry Division when they invaded France on D Day and is now on the staff of a Civil I Resettlement Unit stationed at Hatfield. Prior to enlistment he was a student at the University College of North Wales. The bride. ...

Published: Friday 27 July 1945
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 388 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

RE-SETTLEMENT ADVICE SERVICE

... RE-SETTLEMENT ADVICE SERVICE OFFICE FOR TAMWORTH AND DISTRICT A Re-settlement Advice Office has been opened at 50, Church Street, Tamworth. As part of the organisation of the Ministry Laboui and National Service, the Service will give all possible assistance ...

Published: Saturday 28 July 1945
Newspaper: Tamworth Herald
County: Staffordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 326 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

RE-SETTLEMENT OF SERVICE MEN

... RE-SETTLEMENT OF SERVICE MEN MINISTRY OFFICE OPENED AT TAUNTON A CIVIC VISIT The Mayor and Mayoress Taunton (Alderman and Mrs. C. Harold Goodland). with members and officials of the Corporation, paid a civic visit the Re-settlement Advisory Office of ...

Resettlement in Industry

... be so acute as is suggested. The main problem is likely to be satisfactory resettlement civilians in industry from war work. This is perhaps a bigger problem than resettlement of Servicemen. In general there will be no shortage of employment. The difficulty ...

Published: Wednesday 11 July 1945
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 481 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

RESETTLING CIVILIANS

... that re-settlement of civilians in industry from war-work is a bigger question than the re-settlement of Servicemen. In general there wiH be no shortage employment. The difficulty is to give priority to such industries as transport, public utilities, building ...

Published: Wednesday 11 July 1945
Newspaper: Gloucester Citizen
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 579 | Page: 4 | Tags: none