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CHELSEA GOSSIP

... parachute battalion involves £300,000, a base hospital £200,000, a motor transport company or field workshop £125.000, a medical unit £lOO.OOO, a mobile laundry £60,000 and a mobile bakery £30,000. Tanks cost £lO.OOO to £15.000, A.A. guns £5,000 to £7,500, ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

BRITISH RED CROSS CADETS

... and P.T., stretcher drill, life saving, civil defence and medical orderly work In hospital for the boys. At the present time there Is a great demand for the services of members of all quarters, and the local units are supplying this need as far membership ...

CHELSEA GOSSIP

... soldiers, passing through the area have had the chance to play in well-organised football competition. The units figure in Division 1. and smaller units arc graded in Divisions and 3, though promotion and relegation operates on a •- two up. two down basis ...

bomb repair muddle

... the north of TUly. Following the break-through an officer - producing unit before the war, formed an O.C.T.U. on tits outbreak war. December, 194f1. they again became lighting unit. at Falaise, they went on Arifentan end G«oe. and crossed the Seine at ...

DAME SYBIL THORNDIKE

... the club. Mr. Jeffries, onened her programme with extracts from poem by Walt Whitman, which was directed to the United States after the Civil War. She followed this with three of Browning's poems. One, The Laboratory. In Its Intensely dramatic rendering ...

Work Assists Curt

... plaster was removed. and few more exercises to strengthen his back were all that were needed to make him fit to return to his unit. •■This sort of thing. continued Dr- HaJne, could done In cases of pneumonl* and other physical Ills and injuries. cases ...