Page 3, 19th April 1940

19th April 1940
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Page 3, 19th April 1940
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The Working Man Will Have To Pay

BUT FAMILY ALLOWANCES WOULD HELP TO RAISE OUR WAR BUDGET Front Our City Editor At the present moment total Government spending is running at the rate of sonic £2,400 million a......

Married

and DEPENDANTS Unmarried In the House of Lords last week the Earl of Glasgow moved a resolution protesting against the action of the Government in giving equal recognition to......

The "stop One Man Me And Buy

FINDS THE GOING HARD * AT FIVE BOB A DAY By a Staff Reporter Spring brings forth, besides offen sives, ice cream men. Given the right lane and the right amount of sunshine,......

Rosaries For The Troops

Parcels of Rosaries have been received from: "Eire," Dublin; Mrs A. M. Burns, Stockton-on-Tees; Colonel Sheppherd, Pall Mall, S.W.1; An Old Age Pensioner, Preston. Also several......

In Brief

BADGES FOR POLES,—The chief of the Gestapo, Himrnler, has issued a new decree, published in the official journal of the Reich, Reichsgesetzblatt, ordering the Poles working in......

The French-canadian Soldiers Need French Books

THREE MEN WHOM THE CANADIAN FORCES WILL WELCOME INTO FRANCE From a Staff Reporter There arrived in England this week the three representatives of the Canadian Knights of......

Catholic Poor Man's Lawyer —is Threatened By War

By a Staff Reporter Since war began 530 cases needing free legal aid have been dealt with by the Society of Our Lady of Good Counsel. Many of these cases have been concerned......

We Shall Have Music

W herever We Go LORD MACMILLAN'S PLANS FOR MUSIC AND THE ARTS From Our Educational Correspondent Encouragement of the practice and enjoyment of the arts in war-time has been......

Church Leaders Plead For Refugees

In September, 1939, the total number of refugees from Germany and Central Europe in this country was about 82,250, of whom 74,000 came from Germany and Austria, and the......