... TROOPS REINFORCED They will be given until December to decide whether they want be resettled in Germany. If they decide to move, taking with them their portable property, they can either sell or rent their land or homes without suffering tax or currency ...

Published: Saturday 23 April 1949
Newspaper: Nottingham Journal
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 235 | Page: 1 | Tags: none


... Common v. Civil Service; Sedlescombe v. Red I>ake Rangers; Ore United v. Rye United II: Sldley United II v. Robertsbridge. Division ll.—Rye United in v. Northiam: Crowhurat v. Ore United 11; Peasmarsb v. ...


... become vacant on Ist June The Hospital contains 270 bed* for aged and Infirm patients and Mnternlty Unit beds. being made recognition of the Maternity Unit a Part II Training School. Salary In accordance with .• &pp oprlate scale of the Nurses' Commit:ee ...

The Week9* # • SPORT

... Wednesday’s game, and Tommy Saaham deputised. ~ . Bernard Moore, United centre-forward, is now a Hastings resident. He moved Into the town on Wednesday, UNITED IMPRESS OBAVESEND S—HASTINGS UNITED 2 Gravesend and Northfleet were full strength for the return ...

Pulpit: Sunset into sunrise

... Whats in a name? office of the United Kingdom representative in Dublin announced last night that the representative’s title will in future be United Kingdom representative with the Republic jof Ireland,” instead United j Kingdom representative to Eire ...

Published: Saturday 23 April 1949
Newspaper: Northern Whig
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2916 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Machines Stay Empty

... Asks Help For Civil Flying The International Civil Aviation Organisatlin conference in London yesterday discussed an application by the Greek Government for international. financial and technical support for the development of her civil aviation. Dr. ...

Published: Saturday 23 April 1949
Newspaper: Western Mail
County: Glamorgan, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 451 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

The Chronicle

... re..son to suppose; they may be--unless intolerable pressure is brought on a reluctant Ulster to throw in her lot with a United ire'and improved. At any rate. ill-will cannot arise from the o:d causes. Towards the new Repub:ic magnanimous good feeling ...

Published: Saturday 23 April 1949
Newspaper: Crewe Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1190 | Page: 8 | Tags: none


... services had been taken out of their hands, continued the speaker, one service had been fut on them—that of Civil Defence, November, 1948, the Civil Defence Bill was presented to Parliament, and the Council fully realised that the re-organisation this service ...


... EDENOERRY MASS AND PARADE The coniine Into force of the Republic of Ireland Act was marked In Bdenderry religious and civil Ceremonies. At 11 am on Easter Mondsv a special Mass was celebrated In St. Mary's Church the request of the Bdenderry P.C.A. The ...

Published: Saturday 23 April 1949
Newspaper: Leinster Leader
County: Kildare, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 406 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Eve of Nationalisation Dinner

... Eve of Nationalisation Dinner On May Itt Mr Therm becomes a civil servant. To commemorate the occasion Kirkcaldy Corporation Gas Department held an Eve of Nationalisation Dinner for its employees >n the Carlton Cafe on Wednesday. Councillor Peter Smith ...

Published: Saturday 23 April 1949
Newspaper: Fifeshire Advertiser
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 578 | Page: 2 | Tags: none


... where Kingshridge hope win, although they are without Warren. Gidley. and H. T. Stone, who were Injured over Easter. ALBION UNITED: I. A. C. McLennan: F. Luckraft. G. Thomas, E. Tickle. D. Jemmett- T Thomas. P. Vittle; W. Bank. F. Dart. F. Lee. D. Bowden ...

Published: Saturday 23 April 1949
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 912 | Page: 3 | Tags: none