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IH RANGOON. seen as Rangoon was liberated military and civil welfare units got to work 1o provide amenities for ..

... IH RANGOON. seen as Rangoon was liberated military and civil welfare units got to work 1o provide amenities for troops in the city. Photo shows ths swimming pool at the Lucky Dip canteen, Bombardier J. Beales, of Hull, is pulling out Lce.-Bdr. B. Hudson ...

Published: Saturday 08 September 1945
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 46 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

i ost UNITED NATIONS

... UNITED NATIONS General Assembly to Meet in Lbndon Th# General Assembly of the United. Nations organisation to convoked London, if possible not later than December 4. the executive committee the Preparatory Commission the United Nations decided In London ...

Published: Monday 17 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 174 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

THE YORKSHI

... organisation has large and active membership. The Civil Defence side has naturally ceased eiLst, but many opportunities remain for other forms service, ' Fuel economy National savings salvage schemes. Resettlement. continue to undertake work behalf ®r the local ...

Published: Friday 14 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 888 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

CITIZENS' ADVICE BUREAU

... bureaux in the United Kingdom—there is one in Hull —are working at almost their war-time pace, especially, in the larger centres. Resettlement problems, with housing a first priority, account for the greatest number of inquiries. * RESETTLEMENT PROBLEMS Along ...

Published: Saturday 15 September 1945
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 263 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

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 ...

OURS

... on defence, with separate Navy. Army and Air Committees, which will deal also with demobilisation and resettlement. Other committees will consider civil aviation, questions affecting social services and education, housing, home affairs and welfare, town ...

In Both A and B. Classes CABINET URGED TO GIVE FIGURES

... .M..n.ii.ni is fully the need foe »uch ft resettlement of the members of the armed forces ta .Civilian with » minimum detsf. corpwft is .iso satisfied Government will view the entire prob- Ism ot resettlement from the point ot civtlten needs, end will ...

Published: Monday 10 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 455 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Big Hits at Cricket

... Commons last week. The following replies may be interest to relatives. Civilian internees will able to make use of the Resettlement Advice Bureaux set up for Servicemen. Applications regarding the loss of personal effects, etc., by prisoners of war or ...

Replies to Readers

... Correspondents must give their names ana addresses, not necessarily tor puo- FOOTBALL (R.P.).—Hull City played Manchester United in 1914 (friendly) and from 1922 to 192 p. Thev played Manchester City from 1927 1930, and West Bromwich during the period ...

Published: Friday 14 September 1945
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 264 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

t»r of the Daniel and Lucy id of the lats Joseph Fry 7 Richmond Avenue. Head'nglev

... benefit through the fact that the war against Japan ended at the moment when great numbers of American troops were in the United States on their way from Europe to the Far Eastern theatre of war. Many of these men. who naturally drew on their fair share ...

DAILY—ONE PENNY THOUSANDS WANT TO STAY ON IN THE ARMY

... Military Correspondent A CONSIDERABLE percentage of soldiers do not want to return to civil life. More are avoiding demobilisa- tion parades and registration for civil employment. The number men wishing to stay in the Army is greater than commanding officers ...

FRANCO DISPLACED IN SIX MONTHS' TIME

... to re-establish harmony among the people granting generous amnesty tor all political offences, naturally excluding ordinary civil and military crimes. The Change Over ich a new regime would come Asked how the change over would take place, General Kindelan ...