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AMINGTON BAND PROGRESSING

AMINGTON BAND PROGRESSING

Bright prospects for coming season The annual meeting of the Amington Band was held in the Band Institute on Thursday, November 23, Mr. S. Hacking presiding. The financial statement, presented by the treasurer, Mr. E. Jackson, showed a favourable balance, as did the statement fr
9 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
Tamworth's Christmas pantomime

Tamworth's Christmas pantomime

| Christmas brings to mind the [magic of pantomime and in their production of " Little Red Riding Hood," to be staged at the Assembly Rooms from January 10 to 20, the Tamworth Entertainments Committee (Western Command) confidently expect to break all records in entertainment val
9 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
T.A.S.C. production better than film

T.A.S.C. production better than film

OVER the past month I have viewed the efforts of three or four local amateur dramatic groups. And I am worried. Not because I have witnessed shockingly low standard of footiight capers. Quite the reverse. I have found the amateur drama of this theatrestarved district to of surpr
9 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES British Legion: Two Gates and Wilnecote Branch. A SPECIAL MEETING will be held at Headquarters. TWO GATES INN,

PUBLIC NOTICES British Legion: Two Gates and Wilnecote Branch. A SPECIAL MEETING will be held at Headquarters. TWO GATES INN,

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) 1 at 7-30 p.m. ' Business: , To elect the following officials for British Legion, Group No. 7. Warwick s Area: Chairman. Vice-Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer. Also to discuss the re-formation of Two Gates and Wilnecote Branch. Will all Members and ex-Servi
9 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
situations vacant VOUNG Lady Required. Apply, |>et Shop, 9, Dolebridgic Street, HOYS Wanted, five-day week: wages £2. —Apply, Fitch. Ltd.,

situations vacant VOUNG Lady Required. Apply, |>et Shop, 9, Dolebridgic Street, HOYS Wanted, five-day week: wages £2. —Apply, Fitch. Ltd.,

Basin Lane, Tamworth. WANTED, young Lady as Shop Assistant. ag» 14 to 16 years. Apply by letter: Woodcock's, Bolebridge Street, Tamworth. TTSE Spare Time on Profitable Home- V making Fancy Goods. Write for free booklet.—(Area 18). 54. Southgate Street, Leicester. pURNERS Require
9 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 

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FAR EAST FLEET TO BE PUT ON WAR FOOTING

FAR EAST FLEET TO BE PUT ON WAR FOOTING

Time-expiring men retained and specialists recalled pOLLOWING the statement by Mr. Shinwell, Minister of Defence, in the House of Commons yesterday, the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty issued message to the Fleet. After explaining the need to increase the crews of the Far E
27 July 1950 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CHECKING-UP ON RESERVE MEN

CHECKING-UP ON RESERVE MEN

INDUSTRY TO HELP The Government's plans for a check-up of Army Z Reserve men and the equivalent Reserves in the R.N. and R.A.F. were discussed by the National Joint Advisory Council at the Ministry of Labour in London yesterday. Mr. G. Isaacs (Minister of Labour) presided, and t
27 July 1950 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FRENCH DEMAND

FRENCH DEMAND

'More British and U.S. troops on Continent' France's participation in the Allied rearmament drive now being discussed by the Atlantic Pact deputies in London will apparently depend on American and British willingness to station a substantial number of their own divisions on the
27 July 1950 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
R.A.F. THANKED BY RUSSIANS

R.A.F. THANKED BY RUSSIANS

SAVED MEMORIAL Two R.A.F. officers yesterday risked their lives to safeguard a Soviet war memorial in West Berlin, and were thanked by a group of Red Army officers, including a Russian colonel. The officers were F/Lieut. J. Reed, of Puttingham, Wolverhampton, and F/Lieut. E. Cot
27 July 1950 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BEVIN BACK TODAY

BEVIN BACK TODAY

He leaves for The Hague on Monday Mr. Ernest Bevin, the Foreign Secretary, who is recuperating at Eastbourne after his recent operation, will return to London thie afternoon to resume his duties at the Foreign Office. On Monday he will leave for The Hague to attend a meeting of
27 July 1950 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England