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Carrot Hot-pot

... who ittendod and addressed the member-' The organizer of tiie unit, Mrs. R. Murphy, presided at the inaugural meeting There wis large attendanc*i of women, including several engaged in the civil defence services. After fir. Summerskill the members wer given ...

IN CHELSEA

... Cadet Unit gave a display some their activities and also number of humorous sketches In the presence of the Mayor of Chelsea (Major O. A. Thesiger), Miss M. Buller. M B E, (Divisional Director) and many representatives from the Borough Council, Civil Defence ...

Round & About West London IS.OUTIU xx. Ry Watchman

... taken back by its owner, and the couple applied for units for a utility dining-room suite, which they obtained a week later. June of this year the rest the furniture was taken away, and they applied for units for a bed and wardrobe. As they were without bed ...

WEST LONDON PRESS. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 THE CITY OF CHELSEA

... It also possesea modern hospital, the United Slates’ Naval Hospital. the Massachusetts Soldiers' Home, which is a haven for 2,500 veterans on the shores of Chelsea Creek and, farther along the water front, the United States coastguard station, which supervises ...

Mr. A. W. Worcester

... outbreak of war was attached to an officer cadet unit. He was gazetted about two months ago. In letter to the bereaved parent* the commanding officer of his unit wrote, Though he had been with this unit only a short time he had endeared himself to us his ...

VICTIM

... raid by the medical officer in charge of a Chelsea civil defence mobile unit is revealed by the announcement that Dr. Frederick Alfred BhllUppe, MD.. B.Ch., has been made an additional member of the civil division ol the Most Excellent Order of the British ...

ARTICLED FOR SALE

... dealing with the disease and the success achieved by immunisation in Canada and the United States. In order that the best use can be made medical man-power for both civil and military needs, public health and hospital authorities have been asked by the ...

UNDERGROUND

... are a bonny lot and doubtless owe not a little to the devoted care those Chelsea doctors who control the station lied Cross unit. The Bed Cross at Knightsbridge with its efficient staff of sisters and nurses is not lacking in the human touch and the sick-bay ...

DO NOT REMOVE THIS LEAF FROM THE B

... Doyle fell and received a cut on the Jiead. went St. Stephen’s Hospital, Fuiham-read. CIVIL DEFENCE ARTISTS Local Contributors Exhibition Among the paintings ni. of the civil defence servic - now Iteing shown at the 121 ej. ■ t.on at the Cooling tialleiieK ...

NAZI BOMB HAVOC IN WESTMINSTER

... INCIDENTS THE CITY ARISING FROM ENEMY ACTION. THE REPORT, WHICH WAS COMPILED BV THE CITV LIBRARIAN, THE INSTRUCTIONS or -THE CIVIL DEFENCE COMMITTEE, Is A PRELUDE A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF THE WAR UP TO SEPT. 3, 1944. Between Sept. 3. 1939, and Sept. 3 ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... that in answer to the demands for more advanced and practical instruction in the care and maintenance of civil defence vehicles than that given civil defence drivers in September and November last. arrangements have been made with the London County Council ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... the rate for the supply of electricity to traffic control signals in the borough will be increased from penny to tuppence a unit. The opinion of the Works and Highways Committee of the Council is very' definite. There can be no justifies , tion for increase ...