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  • Prisoner of war
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 29 Oct 1942, p. 8     ...
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 29 Oct 1942, p. 8   ...
  • Prisoner of Nazis
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 22 Oct 1942, p. 8     ...
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 22 Oct 1942, p. 8   ...
  • Bob Alldrick writes home
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 5 Mar 1942, p. 1     The following letter was received by the parents of Sergeant-Observer Robert Alldrick, whose plane was shot down over Holland some months ago, and who is now a prisoner of war in a German internment camp. It was posted December 30, and arrived in Grimsby on February 25. Marked airmail, it ...
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 5 Mar 1942, p. 1   The following letter was received by the parents of Sergeant-Observer Robert Alldrick, whose plane was shot down over Holland some months ago, and who is now a prisoner of war ...
  • "Bobby" Alldrick in good health
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 Apr 1943, p. 1,7     The following letters received by Wm. and Mrs. Alldrick from their son, Sergeant Robert Alldrick, R.C.A.F., a Prisoner of War in Germany, will prove of interest to his many local friends: 7 Dec. 1942. Dear Mom and Dad, Just been over to see our dentist, and had a couple of ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 Apr 1943, p. 1,7   The following letters received by Wm. and Mrs. Alldrick from their son, Sergeant Robert Alldrick, R.C.A.F., a Prisoner of War in Germany, will prove of interest to his many local ...
  • Grimsby couple adopt prisoner
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 10 Dec 1942, p. 1     A young Grimsby couple have adopted - not a baby - a Prisoner of War in a German prison camp. Ever since Sgt.-Gunner "Bobby" Aldrick became a prisoner of war in Germany, a year or more ago, he has had regular parcels of "Goodies" sent to him by his parents ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 10 Dec 1942, p. 1   A young Grimsby couple have adopted - not a baby - a Prisoner of War in a German prison camp. Ever since Sgt.-Gunner "Bobby" Aldrick became a prisoner of war ...
  • Two Pacific Volunteers, Gormely P.O.W. Home
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era and Express (Newmarket, ON), 26 Jul 1945, p. 5     ...
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era and Express (Newmarket, ON), 26 Jul 1945, p. 5   ...
  • P.O.W., Two Veterans Home On "Pasteur"
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era and Express (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jul 1945, p. 1     ...
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era and Express (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jul 1945, p. 1   ...
  • Grimsby boy was "bravest of all"
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Jan 1943, p. 1,8     From a British medical officer, prisoner of war in a German military hospital, Mrs. Sarah Carlton, North Grimsby, has received a letter telling of the death and funeral of her son, Pte. John Carlton, of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry, who was taken prisoner at Dieppe and died in the ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Jan 1943, p. 1,8   From a British medical officer, prisoner of war in a German military hospital, Mrs. Sarah Carlton, North Grimsby, has received a letter telling of the death and funeral of her ...
  • Pte. Carl Juhlke, wounded and taken prisoner at Dieppe, first district boy to be repatriated - brother died of wounds
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 2 Dec 1943, p. 1,7     The Germans themselves believe they are going to lose the war, and soon, declared Pte. Carl Juhlke, 26, former Beamsville boy, who arrived Saturday, the first Niagara District boy to return home from this war's prison camps. A member of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry, he was taken prisoner at ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 2 Dec 1943, p. 1,7   The Germans themselves believe they are going to lose the war, and soon, declared Pte. Carl Juhlke, 26, former Beamsville boy, who arrived Saturday, the first Niagara District boy to ...
  • Grimsby soldier dies of wounds
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 10 Dec 1942, p. 1     Word was received over the weekend by Mrs. Sarah Carlton, North Grimsby, that her son, Pte. John A. Carleton, a Hero of Dieppe, had died of wounds in a German prison camp. Pte. Carlton enlisted with the R.H.L.I. in 1940 and proceeded overseas with that unit. He was first reported ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 10 Dec 1942, p. 1   Word was received over the weekend by Mrs. Sarah Carlton, North Grimsby, that her son, Pte. John A. Carleton, a Hero of Dieppe, had died of wounds in a German ...
  • Special Meeting of Town Council
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 28 Nov 1930, Section 1, p. 1     Newmarket Era; Era Banner ...
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 28 Nov 1930, Section 1, p. 1   Newmarket Era; Era Banner ...
  • Layoffs strike Whitby antenna plant
    Newspaper  Oshawa Whitby This Week, 7 Feb 1992, p. 1     ...
    Newspaper  Oshawa Whitby This Week, 7 Feb 1992, p. 1   ...
  • Job scene brightens, Manpower survey claims
    Newspaper  Whitby News Advertiser, 1 Jul 1981, p. 5     ...
    Newspaper  Whitby News Advertiser, 1 Jul 1981, p. 5   ...
  • Buddy, have you got a job? 11,000 look for work in Oshawa area
    Newspaper  Oshawa Whitby This Week, 12 Jan 1992, p. 1     ...
    Newspaper  Oshawa Whitby This Week, 12 Jan 1992, p. 1   ...
  • 36 more laid off at Andrew
    Newspaper  Whitby Free Press, 26 May 1993, p. 3     ...
    Newspaper  Whitby Free Press, 26 May 1993, p. 3   ...
  • We've got our jobless all right - but how many?
    NewspaperText  Brampton Guardian (Brampton, Ontario20161129), 14 Jul 1977, p. 1     ...
    NewspaperText  Brampton Guardian (Brampton, Ontario20161129), 14 Jul 1977, p. 1   ...
  • Unemployment is on decline says R. Bogart
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 May 1930, p. 1, column 4     City's relief bill for May will be negligible from present indications...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 May 1930, p. 1, column 4   City's relief bill for May will be negligible from present indications...
  • Men get work (City and District)
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 1 May 1930, p. 6, column 2     Vance engages number of local men for road work in Woodstock; helps relieve unemployment...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 1 May 1930, p. 6, column 2   Vance engages number of local men for road work in Woodstock; helps relieve unemployment...
  • Men given work (City and District)
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 24 Apr 1930, p. 7, column 1     Relief Officer Bogart places 11 men on local track work for CPR...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 24 Apr 1930, p. 7, column 1   Relief Officer Bogart places 11 men on local track work for CPR...
  • New buildings will take care of unemployed
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1930, p. 1, column 3     Work at Hospital opening up gradually; main buildings not yet started; basement of power house completed and wall construction well under way; start erecting chimney...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1930, p. 1, column 3   Work at Hospital opening up gradually; main buildings not yet started; basement of power house completed and wall construction well under way; start erecting chimney...
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