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CHURCHESAND FUTURE OF EUROPE

... Navy's frogmen who blasted a hole Hitler's Atlantic Wall and enabled Invasion craft to reach the Normandy beaches on D-Day. Ten units—four from the Royal Navy and six from the Royal Marines —took part in the operations. Among those who were decorated are P/O ...

CHARITY GOLF EFFORTS

... set themselves the task of providing year's playing fees for each one of the 100-odd »members the Forces on his return to civil life. FOOTBALL RESULTS League North Sheffield Otd 4 Sunderland League South Brentford Newport 2Charlton League lit (South) ...

MIDDLESBROUGH

... high-class goods; very good position with excellent prospects.—Write in confidence to T26, Yorkshire Past. Leeds. for the United States of America. —American concern with excellent following In the manufacturing, wholesale and retail marlcts wishes to ...

SCHOOL PROBLEMS AT BIRDWELL Transfers and Question of Uniform From Our Own Correspondent WOMB WELL, Tuesday ..

... Office on the first Civil Affairs staff course at Wimbledon. He landed In Normandy shortly after D-Day with a Civil Affairs detachment and commanded Caen for two months. While was there he was sent to Brussels to his present unit, the 210 th Detachment ...

AOKNTS. IT* \\ EIXKIf S. Etc

... Manager. 2. Walk. Mooftown, Leeds. rjnRAVEI.LEL'R regularly calling on retail trade-; can make P. 5 per week easily selling unit enabling trader make his •mi selling message, also Xnua hues. entirely buying agency basis, areas arranged; only substantial ...

LONDON NOTES AND COMMENT

... already familiar to many novel readers and film-goers. It is concerned with young American civil affairs officer of Italian descent who brings to the task of resettling newly captured Sicilian town warm love humanity and democracy. He eventually loses his ...

PI BUC APPOINTMBNTO

... per annum. plus war bonus -it >0 nnd car allow iice the rate of £62 per annum Appltiants must Associate Members the It. ' it Civil Engineers and/or Associate Members examination the Institution ol Mimlclpul County Engineers and must .have had considerable ...

Scarborough Dance

... four children. For a short period after the they lived the United States, and returned to Canada. On the certificate of marriage to Miss Wilson was described as a metallurgical chemist civil life. He is now 45. Just before Mr. J. Kinghorn. official shorthand ...

University's Part in City Lifd Culture the current of ideas which live. This definition a much degraded word

... things completely disinterested atmosphere. The speaker referred a recent proposal by a well-known Yorkshire engineer that all civil engineers should take a degree in arts. This had his full approval, he said. because scientists don't ask * why,' hut only ...

Lord Keynes's Figures

... two and three-quarters as great those of the United States, with losses in killed and missing three and half times great. •I. Members of the British Forces contributed twice a much in manyears as did the United States Purees —and tills does not lake into ...

TELEPHONES

... MacARTHUR S J views on the future of Japan, as they were revealed in an interview with Mr. Hugh Baillie, President of the United Press, which publish to-day. will be read with great interest by a people shocked and appalled recent revelations the atrocities ...

R.A.F. Transport Command as an Air Line Springboard

... Britain —if Britain had thought first and the energy to act first In other words the American line a military line, run by the United States Army Air Force's Transport Command, and not a commercial operator. The Royal Air Force has a transport Command, which ...