CIVIL SERVICE CRITICISED

... CIVIL SERVICE CRITICISED BATH NEWS By Mrs Tate and Mr W. J. Brown A meeting of the Civil Servants' Clerical Association was held at Bath yesterday afternoon, when the speakers included Mrs M. Tate, M.P., and Mr W. J. Brown, M.P. Mrs Tate said that she ...

Published: Monday 21 September 1942
Newspaper: Western Daily Press
County: Bristol, England
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HABROfeATE HERALD* WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1942

... needed in the Civil Service, he said, was a new grade, grade of racket-busters. When a business -man came into a department, he brought camp followers, and jobs were found for all them, while Civil Servants remained at the bottom. Civil Servants should ...

Published: Wednesday 16 September 1942
Newspaper: Harrogate Herald
County: Yorkshire, England
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BRITAIN STANDS FIRM AS ROCK

... be on the offensive against any nation. like the term United Nations, and it my P r^y as a professional soldier tnat the world will be a United Nation in its pure and simple sense. The united world calls for leadership, not rule. The Nazis want to rule ...

Published: Saturday 19 September 1942
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
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Local & District News

... Elsie, son-in-law Arthur a d Joan: Ern and Flo (brother and sister-in-law); United Dairies Long Service Corps; Manager a Staff United Dairies. Yetminster; Directors of United Dairies: Mrs Bristowe; Mrs. Chalker and family; Marjory and Hed Dean: Mr. and ...

Published: Friday 18 September 1942
Newspaper: Western Gazette
County: Somerset, England
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rtsfitm &Di4i rid

... people, eager to learn what is expected of the civil population in the event of invaslon, assembled In Petersileld Town Hall on Tuesday Light and heard speeches by Capt. Jerviss. (Technical Adviser on Civil Defence for the County). Mrs. Judd (A as istan ...

Published: Friday 18 September 1942
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
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MINES TAKE TOLL OF ENEMY SHIPS

... ;n our o time—Dunkirk? What | ♦ |surface craft and submarines greatest embarrassment wmuid have_ u the sea Guard and Civil Defence Units BREAD TO BS DEftRERi EARLY PEACE « church, the Bishop said that m«3y trlct York Street and Shore INURE \SE BELIEF ...

Published: Monday 21 September 1942
Newspaper: Belfast News-Letter
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
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defence (general) regulations, 1939. REGISTRATION for fire PREVENTION DUTIES

... defence (general) regulations, 1939. REGISTRATION for fire PREVENTION DUTIES the Civil Defence Duties (Compulsory Enrolment) Order, 1942. e quirement to Register on SATURDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER; THURSDAY, Ist OCTOBER: and SATURDAY, 3rd OCTOBER. 1942 Notice ...

INVITATION TO CRIPPS AND BENES

... INVITATION TO CRIPPS AND BENES Scheme Proposed to Help War Effort The supply of uniform and clothing to various units the Civil Defence Service was the subject of questions 'Treasurer Adamson at a meeting of Kirkcaldy Town Council on Monday evening. The ...

NEW SCHEME

... character in itself, the scheme should be useful. The arrangement will enable Civil Defence ambulances and “sitting case” cars to be used for conveying military cases between Army units and military hospitals, in the Home Commands. For the Hm® being a three ...

Published: Friday 18 September 1942
Newspaper: Lincolnshire Echo
County: Lincolnshire, England
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HOME GUARD ON PARADE,

... remains unabated. A joint services parade was held, at Cnmbernanld on Sunday. September 6. Ihe parade comprised units of the Home (jiiard. N.F.S.. Civil Defence, Special Police, and the A.T.C., who were under the command Lieutenant Brodie. commander of the local ...

Published: Wednesday 16 September 1942
Newspaper: Kirkintilloch Herald
County: Dunbartonshire, Scotland
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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS PROSECUTION

... entertained to tea by the ladles of the Desborough com'mittee MIDLANDS CIVIL DEFENCE APPOINTMI The King has appointed Alderman George Samuel Lindgren to be De' putt' Regional Commissioner for Civil Defence in the Midland Region In ,succession to Mr. George Archibald ...