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WITH THE RUSSIANS IN GERMANY

... Monday The Princess Royal visited Scottish Command Signals and Auxiliary Territorial Service units at No. 1 War Office Selection Board, and No. 9 Civil Resettlement Unit at Riccarton to-day Her Royal Highness also visited the Church of Scotland canteen at North ...

Resettlement Corps of

... them In a Resettlement Corps which will be British organisation and administered by Service Ministers. Return to Civil Life The men would be discharged from the Polish Armed Forces and enrolled this new corps with a view to transfer to civil life as soon ...

CIVIL ESTIMATES SOAR Increase of Over £109,500,000 Civil estimates for 1946 in respect of trade, industry and ..

... figure for food production services—£4.9ls.ooo. The Ministry of Civil Aviation Increase mainly accounted for by extra £11.555.000 needed for civil aircraft and associated equipment* Civil estimates for the supply of fcod and miscellaneous services for ...

BRITAIN'S CIVIL AIR SERVICE

... air transport agreement between the United Kingdom end Eire was signed London yesterday Lord IVlnster. Minister of Civil Aviation, and Mr. Sean Lemass, Eire Minister for Industry and Commerce, on behalf of the United Kingdom and Eire Governments. ...

CONCERN OVER CIVIL AVIATION

... CONCERN OVER CIVIL AVIATION CRITICISM IN THE LORDS From Our Special Representative HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday British civil aviation prospects were described as grim by Lord Balfour of inchrye in the House of Lords to-day. He told the House that the An ...

-■ Mr. A. V. Alexander Lord Nathan Minister Without Portfolio Minister for Civil Aviation Mr. G. H. Hail First Lord

... -■ Mr. A. V. Alexander Lord Nathan Minister Without Portfolio Minister for Civil Aviation Mr. G. H. Hail First Lord of the Admiralty Mr. P. J. Noel Baker Secretary for Air • HR Mr. Hector McNeill Minister of State Secretary for the Colonies ATTLEE-TRUMAN ...

MR. TRUMAN WARNS UNITED NATIONS

... TRUMAN WARNS UNITED NATIONS Split into Blocs Would be Disastrous From Our Own Correspondent, M. R. WERNER NEW YORK, Wednesday PRESIDENT TRUMAN, opening the second meeting of the United Nations General Assembly here to-day, warned the United Nations that ...

Commons Approve Civil Air Plan

... Commons Approve Civil Air Plan OPPOSITION CRITICISM OF BUREAUCRACY MR HAROLD MacMILLAN, former Air Minister, launched a heavy attack in the Commons last night on the Government's civil aviation plans, and roused laughter when he quoted the lines Let ...

Published: Friday 25 January 1946
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 487 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Civil Servants' Rights

... Civil Servants' Rights Tire Federation of Civil Servants, comprising 40.000 members In nine Independent bodies, decided at a meeting In London to-day launch Itself against the closed shop principle. A resolution was passed recommending the constituent ...

CIVIL DEFENCE WORKERS HONOURED

... CIVIL DEFENCE WORKERS HONOURED Many Northern Names the List MANY Northern names appear the second part of the King's New Year Honours List published to-day. There Is recognition for men and women In a wide field of Civil Defence, public service and workers ...

INDIA FACING CIVIL WAR MENACE

... INDIA FACING CIVIL WAR MENACE Effect on British Army Releases From Our Military Correspondent LONDON, Monday Night EVENTS in India are moving rapidly towards a clash. Many factions of Hindus and Moslems are out of hand as the result of inflammatory speeches ...