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SITUATIONS VACANT

... minute effort to add an interesting topical section to the exhibition. Miss Peggy iHdius shows a series of pictures of her unit the Women's Transport Sendee camp, on parade, and canyingout exercises. Miss Delius usually photographs ballet dancers. Another ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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- ...

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 ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... Borough Chelsea, yet there are more Chelseas in the world. There are at least two cities bearing the name Chelsea. One in the United States of America in Massachusetts or the Bay Slate.” It thrive on the manufacture pottery. The other City of Chelsea in Victoria ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... nature. Their work has Isten recognised and approved by the Government contributing towards tlm maintenance of Hie morale the civil population during these difficult day-. Of greatest satisfaction, however, is the fact that all over the country there are ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... (jovernment, instead paying percentage, w ill pay the whole of the coal of civil defence, and will also pay for the coat hospital beds for civil casualties. Hitherto, the Civil Defence Act, 1939. ha? provided that the Government should give grant to local ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... considered the subject of admission of visitors A.R.l*. canteens. They still consider that it is in the l*est interests the civil defence services that limited facilities for use of the canteens should given to otticially authorised visitors. They are not ...

MIDLAND BANK

... woman. convictions against her. '¦*!ic had civil scrvnnt 'Mice l!» and cannd L- per week lived with an invalid >n«tor. whom she had keep, ami the rent wa* 2os. per week. and Bnttervt>a t.imilir- wore united »•> a prettv >t. Andrew's (.’huroh, Chelsea ...