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Gunnert Scored a Bullteye

... was arrested on March 21. Haylock had twelve previous convictions and Moore had six. CIVIL SERVANT WINS APPEAL George McDonald Gordon Carlyle Steel. 48, temporary civil servant, ot Bydney-strcct. Chelsea, successfully appealed at London Sessions against ...

QUAKER EXEMPTED

... arnir officers, althouch separat.- d oaklev gardens, Chelsea, unit. He felt he rnuld take tiart in civilian ambulance work not directed Mj. Hordern Miss J. the army. * ' Prepared to Assist Civil Authorities •* mgtielu The chairman (his Honour Judge apd.ling ...

Policeman Saw Delivery

... the service. All this follows the sanctioning by the Ministry Horae Security closer collaboration between civil defence and florae (juard units. RE-HOUSING OF BOMBEDOUT FAMILIES In Premises More Compatible With Means” Bombed out families now rehoused ...

WEST LONDON PRESS. JULY 3, 1942

... the advice the Ministry of Home Security in pursuance of the Oovernment policy in respect of the part to be played by the civil population the eveut of invasion. The scheme is based on the principle of receiving the greatest possible decentralization ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... Sick Bay of the Bed Cross and St. John Joint War Organization has admitted over 500 patients. Its purpose is to provide sick civil defence workers and Red Cross and St. John personnel with place where they can looked aftei and nursed back to health. This ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... has sinci continued his (business is married to Phyllis Calvert, the actress, and they have baby. All Home Guard and civil defence units in the London District took part on Sunday in the biggest scale exercise that lias taken place in London, The services ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... Adjutant (Miss .Jean Roberton), a big programme of work for the winter has been arranged. The girls do much voluntary work in the civil defence control room, help the A.T.C. can teen, and give clerical assistance the sea cadets, at the latter's headquarters. ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... training the men return to their respective posts, where they will instruct their civil defence colleagues on the same lines. This new step towards the relief boredom among civil defence workers has been taken the request of the Home Office. week 30 men from ...

WEST LONDON PRESS. NOVEMBER 28. 1941

... ol Royal Hospital, went to America to lecture on her experiences in Chelsea during the raids last year. With her went her civil defence uniformwith special permission. a letter ol thanks to the Town Clerk (Mr. E. W. J. Nicholson) for facilitating the ...

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 ...

Magistrate Suspicious

... you that they do.” CD. TOURNAMENT SEMI-FINALS Finals This Week-End The semi-final round the Civil Defence Indpor Sports Tournament was held at St. Marylebone Civil Defence Club. The final will staged at the same club on Sunday and there promises be a highly ...

PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE STREET

... PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE STREET Civil Defence Worker’s Tripod and Camera on Pavement At Bow-street Police Court, befere Sir Bertrand Watson, on Monday, Frank Pawley (32), desciibed as a civil defence worker. 6 I Block. Peabody Buildings, Old Pye-streel. Westminster ...