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THE LIFE OF THE NATION MUST GO ON!

THE LIFE OF THE NATION MUST GO ON!

IT IS NOW OBVIOUS THAT RADIO IN EVERY HOME IS OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE : CONSEQUENTLY we are maintaining Large Stocks of the Leading Makes of Radio Receivers. OUR RADIO SERVICE organisation has been extended to cope with the increasing demand for Servicing of existing Receivers. T
16 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
Lord Kenyon was 22 on Wednesday. The Ear: of Enri.ski::en w•as 63 on Sunday. Major Sir Deices Broughton was on

Lord Kenyon was 22 on Wednesday. The Ear: of Enri.ski::en w•as 63 on Sunday. Major Sir Deices Broughton was on

Sunday. His Honour Judge Whitmore Richards was 70 on Tuesday. Miss Megan Loyd George, M.P., :s recovering from an attack of gastric influenza which has prevented her from attending Par:lament sun* before the war began. The marriage took place quietly on Saturday. at Acton Church
16 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
"THE WAR IS HOLY"

"THE WAR IS HOLY"

Rev. R. flrrgreaves, preaching at Warmingham Church on Sundry said: "We have no cause to repent of the origin of the war. Our hands are clean, and it seems to me the gigantic task Is set before us by Almighty God. It is certainly not of our choosing. God has given us no alternat
16 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
THEATRES AND CINEMAS: SOME

THEATRES AND CINEMAS: SOME

TO BE OPENED. Theatres. cinemas, football grounds. and other places of entertainment in some of the neutral and reception areas only have been allowed to reopen up to 10 p.m. BRITAIN'S UNSHAKEN DETERMINATION WE base no quarrel with German people, but there can be no lasting peac
16 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
RED CROSS SOCIETY. LECTURES IN FIRST AID will start on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 11th. at 7-30 p.m., in the FRIENDS' MEETING

RED CROSS SOCIETY. LECTURES IN FIRST AID will start on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 11th. at 7-30 p.m., in the FRIENDS' MEETING

HOUSE. PILLORY STREET. NANTWICH. in order to form a new Women's Detachment. Those wishing to join are urgently requested to attend.
09 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 

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WAR DEPARTMENT

WAR DEPARTMENT

OT ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CAPT F. R BULKELEY, TILSTON LODGE, MALPA S. is authorised to purchase HORSES FOR THE ARMY in the Area—North. South and East Cheshire (excluding Audlem district). The Public is hereby warned that this authority is not delegated to any other person, and
09 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
VETERAN ALLOTMENT-HOLDERS.

VETERAN ALLOTMENT-HOLDERS.

In accordance with a resolution passed by the Allotments Committee, Old Age Pensioners will be allowed to tenant any number of plots whilst there are a large number vacant, and they will be allowed a rebate of 3s. 6d. per plot. The Committee reserve the right to take possession
09 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
CENTRAL TOWN

CENTRAL TOWN

SUBJECT TO MINISTRY'S SANCTION It was reported that at a meeting of the Town Improvements Comm.ttee. held that day, it had been decided to proceed with the scheme subject to the necessary grants being still forthcoming from the Ministry of Health. Ald. T. ICe:sall said the commi
09 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
FIRST WEEK OF WAR WITH GERMANY

FIRST WEEK OF WAR WITH GERMANY

PETROL TO BE RATIONED Petro. is to be rationed from Sept. 16th and :here w•il: be on:y one grade. FRENCH ARMY ACTIVITY CONTACT MADE AT THE FRONTIER. Tuesday evenings French communique No. 4 stated: "Our troops made contact everywhere at the outlet of our frontier between the Rhi
09 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
TOO LATE FUR CLASSIFICA nom.

TOO LATE FUR CLASSIFICA nom.

['ALFORD CYCLE CO,. CREWE ha; IA a Vacancy tot Smart SOY. age 14 App:y Manager. GOOD COOK-GENERAL reqred.— ui AR* Mrs. Worthington. Delamere-street West. Crewe. cJCt WANTED. two Capable MEN as Cow. man and Second Wagoner; machine milking: good cottages.—Furnival, Made:ey Manor,
09 September 1939 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England