§ Mr. T. Williams
County allocations of imported combined harvesters will not be made until after the closing date for the
|WOMEN'S LAND ARMY 1946 RECRUITING CAMPAIGN (£30,000).|
|I. Before March, 1946.||£||s.||d.||£||s.||d.||£||s.||d.|
|Posters and Leaflets||…||…||…||2,891||19||4|
|Advertising space in buses, trams, etc.||…||1,459||8||0|
|II. Since March, 1946.|
|Authorised for expenditure by County Offices (recruiting rallies, marches, publicity stalls, local press publicity, etc.)||…||…||…||5,029||17||6|
|Expenditure on advertising (through Central Office of Information)||…||…||…||13,681||0||4|
§ 74. Mr. Garry Allighan
asked the Minister of Agriculture whether in view of the fact that after expending £23,153 on a recruiting campaign for the W.L.A., at the conclusion of which there are 24,741 fewer members of the service than there were
§ submission of applications which has been fixed for 15th November, 1946. Each county war agricultural executive committee will be notified of its quota as soon as possible after that date. Home-produced combines are not now subject to county quota, but applications for them still require approval by executive committees.
§ Mr. Williams
Wherever possible selected applicants are offered the model of their choice. I hope that will apply to Norfolk also.