Monday, April 25, 2016

British Columbia Police: Spitfire Fund? 1942 to 1949

General Orders 1942  to  1949

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This list of former RAF Stations is a list of all stations, airfields and administrative headquarters previously used by the Royal Air Force.

The stations are listed under any former county or country name which was appropriate for the duration of operation. Stations initially took their station name from the nearest railway station or halt to the airfield, e.g., RAF Abingdon from Abingdon railway station.


September 26 1941

Schools Band Here Rehearsing Often
 North Vancouver Schools Band is practicing regularly Tuesday afternoons and will soon be preparing for its annual concert to be held around the first of December.  The junior band, which has been practicing Thursdays during the summer, will be together Saturday morning from now on.
 Instead of playing at the Spitfire party as advertised, the band will play at the ferry wharf on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 2 p.m. in aid of the Spitfire party to be held that evening.

December 3 1943

Missing In Action
          PO. Richard Wallace, one of the four sons of Clarence Wallace, president of Burrard Drydock Company, Ltd., who are with the armed forces, is reported missing in action overseas and is presumed a prisoner of war.
          PO. Wallace has been flying Spitfires overseas since October, 1941, as also has his twin brother, PO. Philip Wallace.
          Sergt.-Instructor, David Wallace is stationed at Lethbridge and Flt.-Lieut. Blake Wallace was reported missing presumed dead two years ago.


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