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All British troops out of Greece by January 31

All British troops out of Greece by January 31

Athens, Saturday, All British troops will have left Greece by January 31, it was oftl announoed here to-day. Six hundred men of the Ist Battalion Oxfordshire and ,Buckingharnshire Light Infantry will leave Salonika for Cyprus in ,the troopship Westralia on .January 7. On January
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DACK-WEATHERHEAD

DACK-WEATHERHEAD

Mr. Cecil Dack. only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dack. 28, Clifton Street. Sowerby Bridge. was mar-, tied to-day at Christ Church. Sow erbv Bridge, to Doreen M. Weatherheacl second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Weatherhead. Coleman House. Sowerby Bridge. The bride is health visitor in
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE

WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE

—sad lame N le MI el sad Mom The lives should pour out two pints of liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. It de.sys in the bowels. You get constipated. Your whose system Is poisoned and you feel ,our, sunk, and the worl
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
se ice at BradThw Much Backache due to the Kidneys Don't worry along feeling depressed, tired and generally out of

se ice at BradThw Much Backache due to the Kidneys Don't worry along feeling depressed, tired and generally out of

sorts TT IS OFTEN SURPRISING pun and distension are do how quickly backache, stiff, frequent results. aching muscles or joints, Doan's Backache Kidney lumbago, rheumatic pains and bring happy relief by helping common urinary disorders due to cleanse the kidney filters to sluggis
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S SOLIATON OLD NORTHGATF.

FRIDAY'S SOLIATON OLD NORTHGATF.

December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
'GRAN DFATHER RESCUES THREE CHILDREN

'GRAN DFATHER RESCUES THREE CHILDREN

Awaking about 4 a.m. to-day. Mr.l H. M. Stranks. of the Regal Hotel, Banbury. discovered that adjoining Ipremises at North Bar. Banbury. were on fire. He dashed in and brought his three grandchildren to safety and awakened his son-in-law and daughter. Major and Mrs. Woollett. wh
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
"Plenty of opportunities for the venturous" Field-Marshal Lord Wilson said at the schoolboys and senior students own exhibition in London,

"Plenty of opportunities for the venturous" Field-Marshal Lord Wilson said at the schoolboys and senior students own exhibition in London,

to-day. that Britain's heritage could never have developed without the spirit of enterprise shown by our forefathers.
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
11EQ1JIRED. rie:p 3 mornir.gs per seek. Kebroyd -- Bbx X3O. ,pRIISTWORTHY Help. Monday to I day. 830 to 11.30. Accustomed

11EQ1JIRED. rie:p 3 mornir.gs per seek. Kebroyd -- Bbx X3O. ,pRIISTWORTHY Help. Monday to I day. 830 to 11.30. Accustomed

to • service preferred. 2 6d, per hour. Trim- . mingharis distriet.—Box rrRAINED Rennie required for early A February: boy 4. girl 2. Modern house. near Halifax. Staff kept, uniform provtded, good salary, outings, holidays. Refs, essentiat—Full parties. to Box L 27. vt-ODIAN wan
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
GIRLS & WOMEN REQUIRED FOR COIL WINDING AND LIGHT ASSEMBLY WORK. MORNING AND AFTERNOON SHIFTS, 8 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.,

GIRLS & WOMEN REQUIRED FOR COIL WINDING AND LIGHT ASSEMBLY WORK. MORNING AND AFTERNOON SHIFTS, 8 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.,

1 p.m. to 5.30 p.m., OR FULL TIME. APPLY ALFRED GRAHAM & Co. Ltd. WASHER LANE WORKS, HALIFAX
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
YACHTSMAN AND "SAFE" IN ADEN Keighley native who sought adventure

YACHTSMAN AND "SAFE" IN ADEN Keighley native who sought adventure

7HE British "round-the-world" yachtsman, Mr. A. E. Liddemore, a native of Keighley, and his wife, reported last nigbt in a Lloyd's cable from Aden to have been captured by natives at Haura, were to-day stated by the Aden Government to be safe in Mukalla. Their yacht. Anne Lorett
December 31, 1949 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England