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KIMPTON

KIMPTON

president, presided at the November meeting of ihe W I . held the Village Hall A most enjoyable talk was given bv Miss Edith Cavell on Elizabeth Fry. Mrs. J. Whitbread moved a cordial expression of thanks. A competition for the best knittad jumper or
November 23, 1950 - Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Glory

Glory

Highland Council and the local uniformed organisations at the war memorial in the gardens, named after Great War victim Nurse Edith Cavell. murdered by the Germans on suspicion of spying. Representatives of all organisations taking part laid wreaths at the memorial
November 9, 1998 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROSE TREEs AGENTS FOR WM. FERGUSON & SON

ROSE TREEs AGENTS FOR WM. FERGUSON & SON

PEACE HARICNIDNI PRESIDENT HOOVER GOLDEN DAWN YELLOW LADY WILLIAM HARVEY COLLECTION D 12 DWARF 40 /- DOLLY VARDEN IDEAL EDITH CAVELL LITTLE FIREBALL • ORLIAN'S ROSE OLOIRt Dt MIDI PAUL CRAMP= OOLDILOCKS SUMMER SNOW GOLDEN SALMON SUPERIOR MAONITIQUE STANDARD
October 20, 1954 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
BENNY HILL

BENNY HILL

of “The Velvet Glove," BBC2’s now Wednesday series about famous women, but I was left with several nagging doubts -about Edith Cavell, Her 'latest biographer, Rowland Ryder, claims that "It would have been completely against Edith Caveil’s nature to betray
January 29, 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NURSING AS A CAREER.

NURSING AS A CAREER.

Christian Church; St. Francis of Assissi; St. Vincent Paul, 1600; Sarah Gamp, 1830; a London hospital nurse, 1900; a model of Edith Cavell, 1915; Florence Nightingale, 1854; and a state registered nurse of 1949. On the left stands the model of an operating theatre
August 22, 1951 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Regional Reviews: Voices from the Great War

Regional Reviews: Voices from the Great War

statements from George V or von Hindenburg; observations by Woolf or Lawrence follow last letters from a German soldier or Edith Cavell. The collage of quotes is ocasionally irksome, producing some odd non sequiturs, but overall it is cleverly constructed
April 14, 1983 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Television News: Greater share

Television News: Greater share

working on a string of further projects, including a series based on Jilly Cooper's Riders and a film based on the life of Edith Cavell, the British nurse who was shot in World War I. This summer Friday will co-produce with the BBC a series of 13 30-minute
July 9, 1987 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH FLAVOUR: In the Days of Silent Films

SCOTTISH FLAVOUR: In the Days of Silent Films

in the days when it was a cinema. The film "Dawn" was the current attraction silent, of course with Sybil Thorndike as Edith Cavell jnd Osborn, a small boy soprano from the London College of Chori sters, stood in the wings to sing two verses from "Abide
August 14, 1958 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Six in The Velvet Glove

Six in The Velvet Glove

plays, to be produced by Anne Head, are in order of recording: Happy in War by Andrew Davies with Lynn Farleigh playing Edith Cavell. directed by James Ormerod Married Love by Fay Weldon with Vivian Pickles as Marie Stopes, directed by Hugh David Beyond
November 18, 1976 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Very bad advice indeed Milton

LETTERS: Very bad advice indeed Milton

would suggest to Milton that when near near St Martin-in-the-Fields he takes a little time to look at the fine words of Edith Cavell: "I realise patriotism is not enough. I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone." Donald Groves Equity councillor
February 2, 1995 - The Stage - London, London, England