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The Halifax bomber

The Halifax bomber

craft in their glare for ten or 15 minutes, have cau s machines to crash. From Emden to Charleroi, a distance of about 250 miles, there is a belt of searchlights 60 miles in width. The first serious opposition our men normally encounter is when they cross the Friesian Islands or
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
* * To-day’s Radio ♦ ♦

* * To-day’s Radio ♦ ♦

8.8. C. and Northern Rediffusion programmes to-day are:— “Lighten Our Darkness.” 10.50, “Berlioz on Trial.” 11.35, Billy Cotton anti Band. 12.0 mdt„ News.
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HOME SERVICE

HOME SERVICE

8.0 a.i«.. News. 8.15, The Kitchen Front, 8.20. Records, a.O, Harold Hunt (cinema organ). y.go, “I Married a Welshman.” 9.35, Short Morning Service lor Schools. 9.55, Yvonne Arnaud (piano) (records). 10.5, Schools. 10. 10. The Daily Service. 10.30, Twos Company” (records). , Wis
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
found piling against windows and drifting inside, and the rear-gunner’s gloves coated white with frost. Against night-fighters, we have the

found piling against windows and drifting inside, and the rear-gunner’s gloves coated white with frost. Against night-fighters, we have the

advantage of more pairs of eyes on the watch, and eyes which have for several hours grown accustomed to the darkness; our air crews tell me. They certainly don’t appear to put night-fighters at the top of the list hazards. These then, are the dangers they face. How often they su
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Notes

Notes

faith beyond the Forms of Faith’ saw that high destiny for mankind towards the realisation of which her own life and conduct contributed so much. Mildred Atkinson’s life stands for honesty and integrity of purpose in public and private relationships to an unusually high degree,
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PILOTS’ 30 HOURS’ ORDEAL IN DINGHY

PILOTS’ 30 HOURS’ ORDEAL IN DINGHY

With his jaw and nose broken and shrapnel wounds in his left leg, a sergeant-pilot, shot down into the Mediterranean while on convoy patrol, more than 30 miles from shore, paddled his dinghy for 30 hours, until, within sight of land, he was picked up by a corvette. Sorgeant-Pilo
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ERSPEX'

ERSPEX'

registered trade mark for the acrylic sheet so widely used for transparent aircraft and made by
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
c.l. (PLASTICS) LTD.

c.l. (PLASTICS) LTD.

company of Imperial Chemical Induatries Ltd.)
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE SPORTS REVIEW

THE SPORTS REVIEW

‘November’ Money For Feberion Despite .he fact that geographical restrictions confine candidates, for the substitute November Handicap to horses trained *' North of the Trent.’' there has been fairly large volume bettin* on the last bi« handicap the season, to be run at Pontefra
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARITIME RUGBY XV

MARITIME RUGBY XV

Maritime Ru«by XV in the Nwttv-Ea'St has vacant dates which they would to ftld with ma'tches against local Clubs. me secretary Ueut S. C. Rodger. 5, Alexandra Road West, North Shie.de < t>o» i. who would be pleased to hear from ocher secretaries.
27 October 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England