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By Way of Introduction
WE are pleased to be able to offer for your approval the first number of The J. S. JOURNAL the SAINSBURY HOUSE MAGAZINE. By way of introduction we should like to set forth some of the aims and objectives at which we are ...
A Message from Mr John
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Science and You
THE Editor has invited me to write a series of notes on Scientific Topics for the JOURNAL. In this first note I shall confine myself to a few introductory remarks and make one or two suggestions. A series of this kind can be...
Hubby does the Shopping
I HAD had a beastly cold for days; the Fuel Controller had asked that we should exercise care in the use of fuel, and although I looked longingly at the few shining lumps in the coal bunker, I did not feel justified in taking...
The Staff Association - A Growl from the Griffin
Very soon after the commencement of hostilities it was realised that, with the departure of large numbers of members to the fighting services.it was going to be impossible to carry on the Club, and accordingly the ground at...
A Music Group and why
MORE accustomed to drawing a bundle of horse-hair across a length of stretched lamb's gut, or else waving a short stick to a band of fiddlers, rather than plying the pen, I nevertheless welcome the opportunity, kindly...
Secoy Rifle Club
DURING the War years, as you no doubt know, the Depot staff provided a number of the members of the 17th County of London Home Guard, much of their training and rifle practice being carried out at H.O. in rooms kindly made...
A DISCUSSION Group has operated at Blackfriars for some while during the winter and now that other evening activities and classes have been arranged it is proposed to reestablish the group for this season. It is hoped to...
NOT long ago a small band of enthusiasts met in Room 60 at Blackfriars their object to form a Dramatic Section of the Staff Association. It was decided that, in view of the differences in hours of work, half holidays, etc.,...
Being only slightly curved it is very long (up to 12 feet). It is used for calling the cattle in the Swiss mountains and may have a range of 10 miles. Nowadays, it is used at ceremonials and for the benefit of tourists. Similar...
FACILITATION of holiday and recreational travel both in this country and abroad by the provision of information and advice is the main object of the Travel Group. There are in this country many non-commercial organisations...
Housekeeping Diary for Christmas 1946
We think perhaps your wife will be interested in this page. Why not take it home and ask her ?
and some New Friends for 1947
Savoury Fillings 1. White sauce mixed with scraps from the Christmas bird. 2. White sauce mixed with a little tinned salmon and chopped parsley. 3. White sauce mixed with grated cheese and mustard to taste. 4. Pried...
"It all goes to show"
A Health Section plays a vital part in modern personnel management. Besides administering the Sick Scheme and arranging medical examinations, the J.S. Health Section exercises a careful follow-up of the \iealth of...
"YOU DOING THE BULLETIN THIS MORNING, OR SHALL I?" " FROM October i," we read and for once we did not read " as from," for which our thanks the " misleading " word " Digestive " in "Digestive Biscuits " is to be qualified, ...
Refresher Course Many branch men attending the National Service Refresher Course have asked me questions about the Course, of the " when," " who " and " how many "kind. Courses actually began on January 14th, 1946, and...
A Voice from the Past
The following simple request was recently received by one of our Branches : THE MANAGER, Dear Sir, I shall be obliged if the following can be prepared (as an order) to be called for on any day convenient to you this week ...
. . . and a Peep into the Future
Rumour has it that the Food Ministry is about to foist Whale Meat on to the unsuspecting (?) public. Won't that be nice ? Therefore, in case the eventuality should arise, we are publishing a few hints on the correct...
The Staff Association Dance
We picked this photograph out of the hat. 2/6-will be awarded to anybody who can identify themselves send claims to the Editor with a snapshot! Two thousand odd is a fair*si?ed crowd even in the Lyceum and when the larger part...
Try these on yourself: i. A chess board contains 64 squares. If a wheat-producing country offers us I grain of wheat for the first square, 2 grains for the second, 4 for the third, 8 for the fourth, and so on for all the...
II. 12. 14- 19- 20. 21. 23- 25- 26. 27- Across An involuntary response to an irritant affecting the nose ! May often be seen in the neighbourhood of Covent Garden. Ten A.R.P. may be the answer to this. Colloquially both an...
Answers to Quizzle Corner
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If you have any suggestions, criticisms, articles, amusing stories of shop life, photographs, sketches, or anything which you think might interest us, please put it (or them) into an envelope and hand them to the manager to...
Staff Association Group SecretariesGroup Secretaries:
Dramatic: Miss B. JOHNSON, Mr. R. J.'s Office Ext. Music: Mr. N. DOGLIANI, Works Dept. Travel: Mr. S. BRIGHTWELL, Laboratory. Rifle: Mr. R. A. G. LEE, Ext. 866." D i s c u s s i o n : Mr. H. W. SMITH, Staff Dept