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Models help these Royal Corps of Signals Cadets (top) to grasp intricate details in their high-speed training. The other picture shows some of the Cadets at flag drill.

Models help these Royal Corps of Signals Cadets (top) to grasp intricate details in their high-speed training. The other picture shows some of the Cadets at flag drill.

'T'HREE years of normal peacetime training, for which candidates had to be specially selected by virtue of outstanding qualifications, are now being compressed into an almost incredibly intensive eight-months’ course for Officer Cadets of the Royal Corps of Signals. There are on
29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
east-west

east-west

H Davidson and J McGulness +5650 P H Edwards and J H Morgan ... +3480 E Farrage and J Boyd + 3410 H Bl&ck and S Black +5550 J Elliott and W Hurford +5160 C G D Joyce and S Pullan +2680 Bell and S A Wikner +l7OO H Thompson and W A Briggs +1560 A Taylor and A Ronald +152'0 W Greav
29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ADVANCES Without Security.—Hurst and Dawson. Ltd., 77. Westgate Road. Tel. 26748.

ADVANCES Without Security.—Hurst and Dawson. Ltd., 77. Westgate Road. Tel. 26748.

29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TOFT HILL WAR VICTIM

TOFT HILL WAR VICTIM

News was received by Mr. and Mrs. J. Graham of 3, Quarry Heads, Toft Hill, on Saturday that their eldest son, Colin Graham, had been killed in action. Graham, who was 19 years old, joined the Navy when was 16 a wireless operator. He was formerly an active member of the Etherley
29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SCORES IN TIES

SCORES IN TIES

The results of the various rounds were: First round: Medical 11. 10, Hexham Army 3: Tj’ncdale 11. 9. Old Novos O; Tvntdalc I. 17, Gateshead 5. Second round; Medical I. 11. Wallsend 0: College of Commerce 6, Medical II 3: Carlisle 8, Tynedale 11. 0: Tynedaie 1 23. Wat send o. Scm
29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
rpHOS. J^TD CONDENSING ENGINE, ONE 18" and 33*' Cylinders Class L H.C. CONDENSING ENGINE. Developing 350 HP. ISOIbs. pressure running

rpHOS. J^TD CONDENSING ENGINE, ONE 18" and 33*' Cylinders Class L H.C. CONDENSING ENGINE. Developing 350 HP. ISOIbs. pressure running

96 r.p.m NON-CONDENSING ENGINE. 14” and 25” 37” Cylinders Class "L.T." TANDEM NON-CONDENSING ENGINE. Developing 275 B.H.P , 150ib» Workln* Pressure at 90 r.p..in. INSPECTION INVITED. WRITE FOR ALBION CATALOGOE. ALBION WORKS, SHEFFIELD. Gr»ms: Forward, Sheffield; Phor.e 25001 (15
6 March 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOR SALE

FOR SALE

.A. Bull tor Sale. 18 months correct.—Apply rw. Tait, Harbottle Grange, Harbottle. GREY Mare, real Dales type, 15 hands; used land and machine work, cannot be yoked wrong; £l2, allow trial; no traders. —Write Box 131, Journal. Darlington HEAVY Van Horse, 16 hands; good worker al
6 March 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DURHAM CITY

DURHAM CITY

7.0 (250 yards): MISS MARGARET Yellow Girl, A.R.p.. F.A.P., Barnev’s Bill * (250 vds. h’can); Jet Black (scr). Mick the Duck (11, Romany (2). ROYAL MAIL (5). Grev Mark <4) . Give-Her-a-Chance (5). 7.30 (250 vds. h’cap): Little Audrey (sen. Blackmail Angel (2). Baker’s Pun BLACK
29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WHITE CITY

WHITE CITY

3.0. —BRINDLED BILLIE (3), 9-4. fav.. I: Oarmlon Crest t 2), 7-2, 2. Four lengths; 30.55 Tote: 4/-, 4'-: c>s/6 3.i7.—FAME UNSUNG (5). 1. 2-1 Jo;nt fav with Crag t 2/. 2. Neck; 29.96- Tote: 7/9: 3/9. 3/5: 19/6, S.34.—POLLY DONKIN (4). 10yds, 5-2. 1: Manet's Heir (5), 10yds. 7-4,
29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Studied Lack of News

Studied Lack of News

Foils Enemy Purpose BY OUR MILITARY CORRESPONDENT IT IS good to see that the A 1 lied Governments are looking on Norway as a most i mportant front, and not as a mere side-show. it doctrine would be fatal if a too rigid application of the that the war can only be won on the Weste
29 April 1940 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England