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CHELSEA GOSSIP

... or night. Now all the Town Hall staff is on civil defence duty some time. Civil defence workers alone are available for duty all day and night. The distribution requires a supervisor, and the post of civil defence sub-controller on duty is permanently ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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

... increased and the charge per unit was put from jd. to jd. With the average consumer it said that this meant an increa-0 of between 20 and 30 per cent, in their quarterly accounts. The Mat rate for the Chelsea area wont to 6d. unit. Kepreacntatives Cliolsoa ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... the nurses sticking to their tasks in the aid posts, at those ambulance drivers and attendants and nurses of mobile Red Ciom units, who, during the night raids attend scenes of disaster. Think of the women wardens parading the streets night and hunting for ...

A Further Charge

... -hop at 615 Fulham-road, between .June and 8, and stealing quantity of groceries and other articles, worth 110. belonging to United Dairies Ltd. and with breaking and entering a -hop at 217 Brompton-rowd between April 10 and 11. and stealing -nit of dotting ...