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CRESE BLUSHED

CRESE BLUSHED

The principal defendants like Kramer, Klein and Weingartner showed no emotion as the verdict was read to them, but Irma Grese blushed deeply as she was found guilty on both counts. Speaking in extenuation for Kramer. Major Winwood said that he held' the rank of S.S. captain. The
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
J£SSOLDO. Newcastle. Tel. 23232 Next Week; Dally from 11.30 JEANETTE MACDONALD ALLAN JONES THE FIREFLY (u) Showing at: 11.50 2.5.

J£SSOLDO. Newcastle. Tel. 23232 Next Week; Dally from 11.30 JEANETTE MACDONALD ALLAN JONES THE FIREFLY (u) Showing at: 11.50 2.5.

4.50. 7.50 Plus Walt Disney Cartoon HOW TO PLAY FOOTBALL (u) Showing at; 1.40. 4.15, 6.53 TO-MGHT ESCAPE IN THE DESERT (a) SPORTING CHANCE (a)
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GAUMQNT BRITISH THEATRES QUEEN’S and W TGATE ALL NEXT WEEK. Continuous from 11-20 a.m. JAMES SYLVIA CAGNEY SIDNEY In BLOOD

GAUMQNT BRITISH THEATRES QUEEN’S and W TGATE ALL NEXT WEEK. Continuous from 11-20 a.m. JAMES SYLVIA CAGNEY SIDNEY In BLOOD

ON THE SUN (a) 11.20. 2.10, 5.5. 8.0. Leo Corcey. Hunt! in FOLLOW THE LEADER (a) 1.0. 3.55. 6.55. PAVILION, Newcastle. ALL NEXT WEEK. Continuous from 11.50 GENE TIERNEY JOHN HODIAK WILLIAM BENDIX A BELL FOR ADANO (a) 1.15. 4.40. 7.55. Full Supporting Programme.
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FIRST PRIZE

FIRST PRIZE

It has been awarded the first prize for fiction in the Macmillan Centenary awards. The author served with the Bth Army, and although his bock is cast in novel form, his primary object has been to describe the life of the officer and soldier in battle. The whole story is concerne
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE STOCK EXCHANGE

NEWCASTLE STOCK EXCHANGE

A/ firm tone was maintained and Partners were marked at 125., stock markets yesterday. Chief as were Richardsons Westgarth Ord. interest was centred In the Kaffir at 7s. o}d.. and South Hetton Coal market and steel shares. Ord at 14s. 9d. 28^ N E M 1 O-H • l« d no/rt’ Lines were
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
the word reoulred

the word reoulred

Across: 1. P° et Pigeon (5). 5, Impromptu dances the shop (4) 9, Sour (4). 10. English emblem (4). 11. I went for string (5 12 Level (4). 13. Open ditch (4). 14! “Purple tea (anag.) (9) < Anagram of “20 down" (4)_ 0 Snakes (4). 22 Track (5) 23! Dancing shoe <4). 24, Family histo
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE BRITISH LEGION WELCOMES

THE BRITISH LEGION WELCOMES

HOW to achieve GO HEALTH - Vigour - Vital We arc all being told that wc must continue to work hard, long and energetically. If you observe signs of fatigue, irritability, disturbed digestion, depression, you may be suffering from a deficiency in Vitamin Bi. Everybody needs a min
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Agricultural Situations Wanted P ARM Worker, capable, reliable, 38. Seeks engagement January Ploughman. Shepherd: Hexham district preferred. C. Johnson. Dent

Agricultural Situations Wanted P ARM Worker, capable, reliable, 38. Seeks engagement January Ploughman. Shepherd: Hexham district preferred. C. Johnson. Dent

Gate Cottage. Marwood, Barnard Castle. YOUNG Woman seeks Situation now, Mor-1 district dairy or byres, hand or machine milking; Cottage Preferred but not essential. I. Turnbull. Old Moor Farm. Longhirst. Morpeth.
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Sales by Auction

Sales by Auction

“WOOLER” AUCTION! MONDAY. November *at 1 40 STORE 520 SHEEP.'S°O PlSs, MIT K- POULTRY HEIFERS- 4 H fjffr.s i ™ IFFRS 30 STEERS and bOWN v Aj 2 ears - CROSS FFFrv vc- - BR LAMBS. 20 5 YOUNG PIGS, in ti.I.R. and W.L. X PULLETS 93 G<?\T DUCKS. MILCH T K adcttion JV A Phone ' Auitio
17 November 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RUSSIANS TAKE ALL

RUSSIANS TAKE ALL

I When the Renner Government submitted this agreement to the four occupying Powers for approval, the Russians replied that what happens to Zistersdorf oil was neither for the Austrians nor for the other three Powers to decide; but solely a matter for the Russian authorities now
08 October 1945 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England