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CIVIL DEFENCE COMMITTEE

... per annum, rising to £6OO, the post to advertised. The committee’s report called attention the various units and organisations comprising Hendon’s civil defence—with a total personnel of approximately 3,ooo—and expressed the view that it was impossible for ...

Published: Friday 26 January 1940
Newspaper: Hendon & Finchley Times
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 379 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

A sweeping reduction in the number of full-time stretcher bearers is proposed by Paddington Council Emergency ..

... the London Civil Defence Region for economy in A.R.P. The Committee reports: “One of the most important matters which we have been called upon to undertake since the last meeting of the Council is the review of the organization of the Civil Defence service ...

Published: Saturday 27 January 1940
Newspaper: Marylebone Mercury
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 389 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

The Bystander Bookshelf: Civil Commotion

... The Bystander Bookshelf Civil Commotion By V. S. Pritchett HERE are two books about the English Civil War, and which followed the war into two very different kinds of family life. Miss Phyllis Bentley's Yorkshire weavers in Take Courage (Gollancz; 9s ...

the Federal Union movement in the United Kingdom. In a statement to the Press after his selection. Mr. Ransome said

... the Federal Union movement in the United Kingdom. In a statement to the Press after his selection. Mr. Ransome said that he was a non-party candidate and that his election programme would be based on the necessity of a clear statement of peace aims i ...

Published: Friday 26 January 1940
Newspaper: Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 601 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

FIGHTING UNITS: No. 17

... FIGHTING UNITS No. 17 R.A.F. DOCTOR-MEN SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND BY MEL To get into the R.A.F. you have to be a good deal more than fighting fit, and once you are in they take pretty good care to keep you so, even under the rigorous conditions active service ...

Published: Wednesday 31 January 1940
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 179 | Page: 17 | Tags: Cartoons  Graphic 

UNIONS REJECT SIMON'S KEEP DOWN PAY T.U.C. SAYS NO!

... sugar, milk and llwlTlk Poland by Hitler to be re-settled batter are Increased; cheese is In- in German territory. .m/r ' eluded lor the first time. STOP SEIZING Protest 11 OUR DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENT United States Government has protested to Britain against ...

Published: Wednesday 03 January 1940
Newspaper: Daily Herald
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 591 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Peace From Heaven

... through the uncanny hush following the monstrous blast. He saw the colonel and Delahaye pick themselves up, the telephonists re-settle themselves. No one was hurt. Boom I The next had fallen, very far away. He began to count the seconds to the next, in what ...

MACHINE-GUNNED BOY SHOOK HIS FISI THE DAILY MIRROR

... Republican from Minnesota, mpid—British United Press. Mr. Maas said his Bill would prohibit (he sale aeroplanes and all _ -mranr other implements of war MORE CRTTIE DISEASE , merchantmen. storm over thej evacuation Civil | The buses were both *****??• 8 service ...

Published: Monday 15 January 1940
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1530 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

What is Your Ultimate Objective?

... some of the dead-lead in both the major and minor Civil Service beaucracy and appoint ing (forgive the expression) some live-wires from outside we Americans at the same time are rapidly creating a Civil Service. It's a fascinating thing to watch and to ...

total Jotctnfle

... Controller is in any rase unnecessary. He said th* the question; “What will happen without Controller? ** Nothing, every unit in onr Civil Defence »s efficient and would func. with or without l ontroller.’ Then why arc boroughs and down the country,* with ...

Published: Friday 26 January 1940
Newspaper: Hendon & Finchley Times
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 665 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

EVENING CLASSES ENROL NOW FOR THE NEW TERM

... their mobile units, have no superiors in London. Our Council staff, from the chief officers downwards, have adjusted themselves to tbsir new and increased duthNi in a smarm expected of them in view of thud: =salty. We are also prowl Unit Use Ud the Way ...

Published: Friday 05 January 1940
Newspaper: Fulham Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2129 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none