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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 ...

MILITARY TRAINING ACT Matthew Arnold Chapman, comfo-itor. 31 Dulwich Villaite. wrote in statement. If I wa* the ..

... do work a civil character, but not anything to with the military machine. The tribunal decided that ChaniU-r--)ain should registered until the end of the nrewent emergency on the condition that he undertook work of civil character under civil control specified ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... powers and duties of the Emergency Committee w ill cease to l»e exercised to the full. is proposed that the Civil Defence Committee l*e renamed Civil I)efence and General Purposes Committee, and should for the time being undertake all functions of the General ...

CHKLSEA GOSSIP

... dale. The large proportion families have a horror of owing money, and are fearful of the day when the husband returns to civil lib* with months, or possibly years, of debt to make good. These families are receipt allowances at Service rates, a Hal scale ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... that for years the Conservative minority on the Council have been easing that, when applications have been made Territorial units for the school buildings, playgrounds, and County Council parks, consent should given. He goes on ■ When the armament policy ...

Defending Life and Property

... civilians and property at home. Would you object to saving the life a soldier wounded ? Mears : I would not deliberately join unit whose sole object is to save life and send it lack again. The chairman announced that the decision of the tribunal was that ...

Peaceful Gestures Misinterpreted

... Paul. Mrs. Jacobson, and Mr. 'I- Douglas. WROTE 250 WORDS A MINUTE Shorthand Writer’s High Speed Demonstration Students the civil service department of the Fulham Commercial Institute, Childerley-street, had the privilege Thursday watching a surprising ...

Art Master’s Return from Australia

... over a year absence, during most of which was teaching in Australia. He made the journey round the world, and crossed the United States by motor coach. The alterations to the Townmead road School were proceeding rapidly, and it was possible that the removal ...

GARDENING AND ALLOTMENT CULTIVATION

... Examine them every few davs. giving vat r a- neeiled. When —hoot - are ulKint high, tiring the bowls into the light, and them unite near the window, but -till as cool U'fore Only when flower buds amiear. bring into warm room. generous with tepid water a- ...

HE COULDN’T UNDERSTAND Motorist Blames His Tiredness Ou Friday before Mr. Langley at West London Police Court. ..

... that he had been driving a long time that day. After reading defendant’s letter, the magistrate observed. ** He writes very civil letter and gives a very good reason why cannot here, lie says he is children’s camp. He also says it is his first offence in ...

Vaults Under the Pavement

... public appearance of the King and Queen since Britain entered the war, took place Tuesday. Their Majesties made tour of civil defence units London and at each one were ...