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oontinued to do so until a i great age.' Archdeacon Fox referred to Canon Donaldsoirs fine sense of comedy and his ability to make friends with anybody. Although he lived close to the Abbey. in his walk from his home he often met friends who kept him and made him late becau•-e t
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Winahcombe nee Church

Winahcombe nee Church

EMILY BEATRICE WINCHCOMBE nee CHURCH. Widow, late of 41, Busticie Lane. Sompting. near Worthing, dicd at Worthing on lit February 1953. (Estate about L(.200.1. The kin of the above-named are reque.sted to apply to the Treasury Solicitor (8.V.), Storey's Gate, St. Jamea's Park, L
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Hordes of white elephants

Hordes of white elephants

No. 18. (Whitehall) Nursing , Division and No. 64, (Whitehall) Cadet Nursing Division hold their annual sale of work and jumble to-morrow (Saturday) at St. Gabriel's Parish house, Glasgow Terrace, Pim- lico. I - A "large collection of white go for this elephants " and "piles and
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Good work CAXTON ABE RES. 3. FARNIILOE 0

Good work CAXTON ABE RES. 3. FARNIILOE 0

Good work ABE RES. 3. FARNIILOE 0 Caxton won their first match in the Westminster League, Div. 11, with a scratch team, playing with great spirit against robust opponents. Gordon put them ahead before half-time and, continuing the good work, Briance added two more in the second h
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
MACHINE

MACHINE

"When that happens, indifference is liable to follow, and the organisation is liable to appear a machine in which the human element is Mat belittled, then ignored and finally vanishes altogether." On the other hand, Dr. Yellowlees pointed out unlimited initiative also had its da
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
THE KIND OF PERSON

THE KIND OF PERSON

would The organisation he like to see was one in which the character of the individual workers could be brought to bear on problems, while still being in harmony with the work of the organisation as a whole. The success of any attempt to help a person depended on the kind of per
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Outmastered KUUBY 4, CHELSEA 0

Outmastered KUUBY 4, CHELSEA 0

Following last week's slaughter on Walston House. the Chelea Under 14s met their first defeat of the in this league match at Acton, where Rugby. by their all-round superiority, fully deserved their lin,t win in the competition. Good football plus accurate passing movements had t
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
PAGE EIGHT

PAGE EIGHT

Notion West London FRAME Makers, upheisterere CHELSEA Secretarial Agency, 2ad cabinet makers, fitter, and wood Floor , 39 Kin g 's-road, nr • Sloane- female assistants required, MOP Asalatlines• - Ra P d . Furniture & Furnishings Unfurnished Apartments, Allialesesseia.„ machinis
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Gerard Walter will be there

Gerard Walter will be there

'ruin v Olson! What a lot of guessing is being done! And what a lot more there will be after the fight! But who wants guesswork? Not you. Not Gerard Walter. As a News Chronicle man he deals in facts, not fiction. Accuracy. Accuracy. Accuracy. It's the first rule of this newspape
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Police seek relatives Police are trying to find relatives of William Stanners, 40, kitchen porter, fatally injured In a road

Police seek relatives Police are trying to find relatives of William Stanners, 40, kitchen porter, fatally injured In a road

accident, when he waa knocked down in Grosvenor Road, on Sunday night. He worked at the Montague Hotel. Montague Street. W After evidence of identification had been given at the Westminster inquest on Tuesday by the resident manager of the hotel. Mr. Robert McMillan. the inquest
October 16, 1953 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England