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CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEER Says He Borrowed Hospital Doctors’ Coats for First Aid Post Before Mr. Marshall ..

... CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEER Says He Borrowed Hospital Doctors’ Coats for First Aid Post Before Mr. Marshall rt’estminster Police Court on Monday. Sidney Stanley Sells (411, carpenter, 72 Linnell-road. Camberwell, was charged with stealing between February ...

CHELSEA HONOURS FLAGS OF UNITED NATIONS Mavor Reads Prime Minister’s Message Standing on the steps of Chelsea ..

... CHELSEA HONOURS FLAGS OF UNITED NATIONS Mavor Reads Prime Minister’s Message Standing on the steps of Chelsea Town Hall beneath the flags the United Nations, the Mayor of Chelsea (Councillor R. G. Wharam, J.P.) read the Prime Minister's message on Sunday ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... to support the Hampstead Council in contesting the appeal. • The Ministry of Labour and National Service scheme for the resettlement in civilian life of the war disabled, is being operated from the Fulham Employment Exchange, Wyfold-road, which serves ...

Round & About West London ’ By Watchman

... return to civil life, the Resettlement Advice Service la at the disposal all citizens alike. Whatever the problem (no matter how unusual it may be or how doubtful the enquirer feels about getting help from an official service), the Resettlement Advice officers ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... thousand garments have been dispatched follows Navy, 1,728 ; army, 3.468 ; air force, 2,103 ; merchant service, 561 ; and civil defence, 173. Mrs. Townsend is acting as honorary secretary, and the accounts show balance in hand of £62. The depot depends ...

WKST LONDON PRESS. MARCH 21, 1941

... each Q, au eur Ci With Theft us admits the obligation to do everything possible, when the time comes. ■ as Bailee aid in resettlement. , Mr. Marshall at Westminster Police Court on Wednesday week. The Sea Cadet Movement in which ,h«Tie Parker (29), chauffeur ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... male civil defence whole-time workers, including members of the National Fire .Service, throughout (treat Britain, not occupied on other essential duties training, may work on the construction, adaptotion, or improvement of air raid shelters, civil defence ...

WEST LONDON PRESS, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942

... positions and dispositions; the National Fire Stvii and civil it (enve -vv sunder invasion conditions; t liaison between the police. National Fire Service, civil defence and Home Guild; and military and civil defend communications and mesoing. and billeting ...

WARSHIP WEEK

... ), I-ondon Regional Commissioner for Civil Defence, took the salute at a march past of military and other units their way to Fulham and I’ntney, They consisted of two Canadian Scottish pipe bands, infantry unit of Guards, members of the R.A.F., the, ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... emphasised that the Council’s decision was based upon a circular issued by Sir John Anderson urging local authorities to give civil defence work absolute prioiity over other services during the next three months.’* However early any authority may have begun ...

YOUTH PARADE

... tenants). The Air Chief Marshal took the salute the march past of the four units-the Chelsea isea Cadet C6rps with their band, a Condon Irisb Uifles Cadet Company and band unit, No. 291 Chelsea Squadron Air Training Corps, and Girls' Training Corps. The ...

Other People's Views

... WARDENS’ ASSOCIATION not generally luiown Unit the Chelaca wardens, whom many of us came *o know In ulr raids, are still banded together, despite the of civil defence. They have Instituted the Chelsea Civil Defence Wardens' Association, to ] rovlde medium ...