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USE OF MAN-POWER

USE OF MAN-POWER

MONDAY, JULY 14, 1941 XpAIR response is made to the competing appeals of the Navy and the Air Force to youths of 19 who sign on for service". The call of the sea is in the English blood, and in maritime counties like Devon and Cornwall the response of the new generation Is as re
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
"It it of more consequence to act coniiderately than to think sagely."— Cicero.

"It it of more consequence to act coniiderately than to think sagely."— Cicero.

14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY

WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY

Maynard School (Exeter) Prize Distribution " Never in the world's history has there been such enormous scope for girls and women. There is almost nothing that women have not the opportunity of doing," said Dame Georgiana Buller when sne presented the prizes at the Maynard School
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IRISH BRIDE

IRISH BRIDE

14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AIR SUPERIORITY SOONER THAN MANY REALIZE

AIR SUPERIORITY SOONER THAN MANY REALIZE

Fruits Of Empire Scheme PILOTS COMING BY THE THOUSAND Mr* Massey's Plymouth Disclosure PROGRESS of the Empire Air Training scheme in Canada has greatly exceeded expectations, declared Mr. Vincent Massey, High Commissioner of Canada, speaking on Plymouth Hoe on Saturday. One of t
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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SMALL SHOPKEEPER " PENALIZED'

SMALL SHOPKEEPER " PENALIZED'

SMALL SHOPKEEPER PENALIZED' LISKEARD PROTEST FOOD MINISTRY Complaint was made at meeting of Liskeard Rural Food . Committee that the Ministry of t driving the small shopkeeper business. ,«* , u ; Th e Food Executive Officer Rogers) reported that under . regulation, which came int
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PRALSE BRITISH

PRALSE BRITISH

Soldiers' Respect For Our Fighting Power Ar BERNE, Sunday. from German soldiers' letters are paid to the fighting the British soldier are quoted V erner Tagwacht.' the*' the Propaganda reporters," 'tomtit TsaDer - " soldiers neyer write ly of the enemy, and never c sarcastic rem
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BRITAIN AND RUSSIA SIGN A PACT

BRITAIN AND RUSSIA SIGN A PACT

NO SEPARATE PEACE Declaration Of Mutual Aid By The Co-Belligerents HITLER IN NEW OFFENSIVE "DRITAIN AND RUSSIA are now co-belligerents in the fight against Germany. They have promised each other all aid, and have undertaken not to make a separate peace. This Pact was signed on S
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ROME PRAISE OF SOVIET DEFENCES

ROME PRAISE OF SOVIET DEFENCES

Eastern Baltic. The sinking of this ship can be assumed." BERLIN BOASTS. The Berlin radio last night oompared the " piercing of the Stalin Line," claimed in their communique, with the break through the " Weygano Line" that led to the collapse of France last year. "Not all of us
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NAZI CONSULS

NAZI CONSULS

Their Departure From The United States SAN FRANCISCO, Sunday. Officials at the British Consulate- General here state that they are mystified by Mr. Sumner Welles's statement yesterday to the effect that Britain had guaranteed a safe conduct to Axis Consular officials travelling
14 July 1941 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England