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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

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 ...

Post

... acceleration release the Services must recognise the obstacles to a speed that would the desire get back to civil life and the need for manpower on the civil riront. No one wishes to embarrass the Government with demands that cannot met in view of commitments ...

Published: Monday 10 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 476 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

LEEDS. MONDAY. SEPT. 10, 1945

... subject to interference. Foreign Ministers' Conference TO-MORROW'S meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Great Britain, the United States, Russia, France and China marks an important stage in the transition from war to peace. The result of their work will ...

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 ...

for UTED LAMPSHADES Pastel Colourings' Made from washable Plastic DEMOBILISATION security. Atomic energy must ..

... federation of trede unions, Mr, Edwards declared have some doubt whether the great powers which were united to win the war are going equally considerate united est —-fn^ntuijpLlnn and peace. The war Just ct ended national and tlon*. that the un not Ist workers ...

Published: Monday 10 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 293 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

H. R. HARMER

... LONDON. W I.: SEPTEMBER 17. 18. —The First Sale ot the Season, containing fine ranges France. Great Britain. Switzerland and United States; also, on Each Day. Collections and Various. SEPTEMBER 24. 25. —A Very Fine British Empire Sale, comprising rarities ...

PLANNING THE PEACE

... Bldault (France), and Dr. Wang Shi-chich (China), were appointed at Potsdam a Council draw up, with view to submission to the United Nations, treaties peace with Italy, Rumania, Hungary and Finland.* Priority is given tq peace with Italy because the Great ...

Welcome Them Back

... their employees as so many lost years. should seek as soon possible to discover how best to put this war experience to civil use. In doing so, they would at the same time give a decided lift to the men's morale. Mr. Emmerson gave reassuring figures ...

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) ...

OM FAR EAST SAFE

... Wat one of flee chums taken the fall Singapore. cloil he worked at Cardigan Mills. fClrketalJ Road. Gar. L. Hartley, who civil life was secretary .if Leeds branch the Rational Union of Retail Confectioners Has cabled to his home Road. R> leased Rangoon ...

Published: Tuesday 11 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 398 | Page: 5 | Tags: none