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++ Watch the Sidelights.

++ Watch the Sidelights.

T OURY notes yesterday on the subject of lights on cars writes a correspondent) will be approved by everyone who realises the need I for as perfect a black-out as possible, but you did not mention one source of light which may create even more danger than headlamps and "twilight
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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To-day's Picture. MANOR HEATH-ROAD, as shown in the photograph above, skirts the way between Manor ,Heath and the houses built on the site thgt covers the lower part of Skircoat Moor, or Savile Park. An interesting change is now in pro- , gress there, part of which can be I seen
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LONE ENEMY PLANES OVER OTHER PARTS OF COUNTRY

LONE ENEMY PLANES OVER OTHER PARTS OF COUNTRY

Although London was their main objective, isolated enemy raiders were reported over towns in north-west. north-estB*. and south-west England. the Midlands and the south-east coast of Scotland and over Wales. An incendiary bomb which crashed through the roof of a house in the nor
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
N.A.F. RAID ITALIAN POST

N.A.F. RAID ITALIAN POST

Rome. Tuesday. In the eastern Mediterranean. the Italian aviation has been particularly active and has carried out bombing raids on the port of Jaffa in Palestine and on the railway which runs between Alexa.uiria and Mersa Matruh. "During toe raid on Jaffa. the harbour works and
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE " NEW RUMANIA' Britain to Hays " No ky is

THE " NEW RUMANIA' Britain to Hays " No ky is

Berlin. Tuesday. M. Horea Suna. leader of the Rumanian Iron Guard. is Quoted by the German news agency as stating,: In foreign policy Rumania would unconditionally support the " Axis " Power' Britain, now that the " Axis " was stationed on the Danube. would have nothing more to
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE RESERVED ENGLISHMAN A Protective Attitude

THE RESERVED ENGLISHMAN A Protective Attitude

By RODERICK RANDOM.) Emotional people carry most of their goods in the front window. That dons not mean to say that they are always seeking to make an impression. Far from it. They place their goods in the front window because they do not happen to have any other place where the
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
SANIED. A U. Etude Osst-Oft Clothing. Carpets Wanted. Oong Prices. Write or phone 2457. Kershaw. Seathrld, Elland CAtri-OFP Shoes. Apparel,

SANIED. A U. Etude Osst-Oft Clothing. Carpets Wanted. Oong Prices. Write or phone 2457. Kershaw. Seathrld, Elland CAtri-OFP Shoes. Apparel,

Carpota. Pfiefl.—Wrlte 4$ Nichol-at., King Crowe Phone 5030 CAST -OPT OLOTIIII4O. Oent.'s Suits, 850 es. Fur Oosto--Cordsy, Wlnd.nkrd. Phone 5141 UNDOWMITIT POLICIES purchased outright. .r• —A. A. 22 'rib-lans. Manchester 'J. LINDOWMF.ST POLICILS Sring or peol.-0. 31 Taylor, 20
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Mown Meier Uinta. u ZADIAMP MASKS —Tho "Hartley," toms II U edema: os any other typo. Obtainable It B. Rhodes

Mown Meier Uinta. u ZADIAMP MASKS —Tho "Hartley," toms II U edema: os any other typo. Obtainable It B. Rhodes

& Son. 44, Oross-street. TO-DAY more than ever .111 vI 1 you mono -, and tho country spare. Dont delay, oall or phone today for full particulars. Local Stockist: SALTIRREBBLE GARAGE. Tel. 4077.
10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, &c. BLACKPOOL.—auSINsas USUAL AT JUll SANDOWN " PRIVATE HOTEL. 221. CENT PROMENADE. SUMMER ENTERTAINMENTS FOR AUTUMN HOLIDAYS.

HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, &c. BLACKPOOL.—auSINsas USUAL AT JUll SANDOWN " PRIVATE HOTEL. 221. CENT PROMENADE. SUMMER ENTERTAINMENTS FOR AUTUMN HOLIDAYS.

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10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MORE ROYAL AIR FORCE AWARDS Officer Who Destroyed 18 Nazis Gets D.S.O.

MORE ROYAL AIR FORCE AWARDS Officer Who Destroyed 18 Nazis Gets D.S.O.

Royal Air Force awards announced to-day include the D S.O. for ActimtSquadron Leader Michael Nicholson Crossley. D.F.C., who, says the official announcement, has now destroyed a total of 18 enemy aircraft and possibly another five. The D.F.C. has been awarded to Acting Flight-Li
27 August 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England