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Digital copy of Exhibit 20: Children's Section Annual Report 1962. Signed by Patricia L Thornton, Children's Officer. [Some details redacted].
Date: 1962 - 1962
Photographs of Miss Alice Welford following a lecture at which she spoke regarding work done by the Christian organisation Toc H in Germany.
Date: December 28th 1946 - December 28th 1946
File number: 16
Page number: 1
Photograph of Miss Enid Le Feuvre with Miss Alison Macfie, founder pilot of the Toc H women's section known as the League of Women Helpers, taken during the latter's first visit to Jersey.
Date: June 11th 1949 - June 25th 1949
File number: 17
Page number: 11
Photographs of Reverend Phillip Byard "Tubby" Clayton, the founder of the Christian organisation Toc H, at the home of Mr John Bell and his sister Miss Bell, a well-known journalist. Includes a newspaper cutting of a Temps Passé relating to the above story featuring the top photograph, in the 29 January 1998 edition of the Jersey Evening Post. Page number 8 of Portraits Subject File number 8B of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: January 25th 1947 - January 29th 1998
Red Contact File 19 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive from October 1946 to February 1947. The file includes original negatives in contact sheet order, contact sheets with annotations, and pages of notes which relate to the images, with Jersey Weekly Post (JWP) references.
Date: 1946 - 1947
Pages of notes which relate to the negative images in Red Contact File 19 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The notes concern the subject content of the images, they also include Jersey Weekly Post (JWP) references, and date from October 1946 to February 1947.
Date: 1946 - 1947
Contact Sheet 6 from Red Contact File 19 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheet contains images of strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, includes notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and dates from 1946.
Date: 1946-10 - 1946-11
Images which concern the Jersey Festival of Toc H, the Christian organisation, and a Ceremony of Light service held at St Saviour's Parish Church [see JEP 1/11/1946 and JWP 9/11/1946 p 6]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 6 of Red Contact File 19 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: 1946-10 - 1946-11
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 4. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post.
Date: April 22nd 1944 - April 29th 1944
Album which contains various photographs and prints relating to The Boys' Brigade. The album includes pictures of: the Jersey Battalion at St Thomas' Catholic Church, Battle of Flowers floats, group portraits of the 3rd Jersey (St Mark's) Company as a Christmas postcard, and an officers training course at Toc H, Boys' Brigade, the 4th Jersey Company on parade at Springfield, soldiers parading, possibly in celebration of the Liberation of the Island, a Liberation Day Parade with General Montgomery, Boys standing to attention outside the Boys' Brigade Island Headquarters at Les Freres, Bailiff Peter Crill with the Queen, possibly with Brigade members in the background waving flags, a commemorative border planted to celebrate the Boys' Brigade centenary in 1983, possibly in Howard Davis Park, and a group at St Mary's School.
Date: 1908 - 1989
Personal View of the Reg Jeune, recorded a week after his retirement from the States of Jersey after 35 years, interviewed by Hamish Marett-Crosby. He had good parents although they were not wealthy. It was a strict methodist upbringing-the only liqueur in the house was for the christmas pudding or for medicine. Remembers that he wanted to go and swim on a Sunday and he was forbidden to do that. He went to a Dame School in Vauxhall run by Miss Le Sauteur-she was a great disciplinarian but she was a good teacher. Miss Le Sauteur used a ruler on your knuckles-years later he became her lawyer and when he visited her she told him that she was terrified by the visit of her lawyer and he replied that the roles were reversed from years ago. He started as a solicitor's clerk-his parents couldn't afford further education after he left De La Salle College at 15½. The intention was for him to go into Lloyds Bank like many of his contemporaries but he went into the offices of Crill and Benest and after the occupation he moved to Oliver Mourant's office. First Record-Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah. He went to De La Salle, a Catholic school, despite being a strict metodist and he married into an anglican family and he is proud that he is now Vice Chairman of the Governing Body. He is a lay brother of the De La Salle Order-he believes in the ecumenical movement and hopes the churches continue to get closer together. He met his wife Monica at the Food Office. Her father farmed at Rozel and he used to ride up there from town. They were engaged in 1943-she worked as secretary to the Medical Officer of Health and he wrote a presciption for some alcohol for the to celebrate. He started to get involved in a society called Toc H which encouraged public service. They moved to Bagot and he got involved in Georgetown Methodist Church becoming the superintendent of the sunday school and after the war he became chairman of the Jersey Youth Movement. At that stage people were rebuilding and weren't thinking about helping individuals. Harold Stephens and he started to visit the prison to entertain the prisoners. He became a lawyer without qualifications but he learned a great deal through experience. On the 1st January 1947 Mourant, du Feu and Jeune was set up with 39 articles of partnership. He stood in No 2 District unsuccessfully in the late 1950s but he lost. Second Record-Jacqueline du Pré playing Elgar's Cello Concerto. He stood in a by-election in St Helier District No 3 after much persuasion. His main opponent was Norman Le Brocq and he won comfortably and stayed as deputy in No 3 District for 10 years. He was stirred to stand because of the bad housing situation in St Helier. He thought the priorities were in the wrong place like spending money on the tunnel-he brought down two committees at the time. He took on the Presidency of Public Works and decided that the traffic meant that the tunnel was needed. Third Record-The Beatles with It's been a Hard Days Night. In the 1960s he was involved in the baking world and became chairman of the Royal Trust Company of Canada and TSB and the Jersey Savings Bank as it was known then. He finds life fascinating and like to be involved in things. He will carry on working rather than retire. He pushed for an ombudsman when he came into the States because there wasn't an appeal process-eventually a process was brought in. He thinks that the panel should now be made up from people who aren't in the States and it has been approved that he be the first chairman of the body now he has left the States. He once stood for constable of St Saviour when he was deputy of St Helier but Gordon Le Breton, a centenier, won the seat. He enjoyed working on the Education Committee for 15 years and he helped bring in Highlands College, the 14 plus transfer, Le Rocquier School was built and Grainville was bought. Highlands College has pushed on further education. He was worried that Hautlieu was going to be changed from a 14 plus transfer system and still believes in the system. At the start of his presidential career in the States he saw the end of the big politicians from 1948. He has remained a methodist lay preacher-at the beginning of the war he was singing in the choir of the methodist church. Fourth Record-Hallelujah Chorus. Believes in the importance of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association-he went on his first conference to Canada in 1966. It is one of the few organisations in the world where everybody is equal-he was asked to join the finance committee in London and subsequently they elected him to be the International Treasurer. When he gave up being Treasurer he was one of the Trustees of their investment funds. The value for Jersey going to the conferences are the contacts made, the States members getting a wider perspective of life. He learned that the same kind of problems exist in other jurisdictions. People visit the island in association with the CPA. Wilfred Krichefski and Clarry Dupré were the only people prior to himself who were President of the CPA. Fifth Record-Music of the Night from Phantom of the Opera. Doesn't know what Jersey would have been like if the finance industry hadn't come to the island-in 1962 his first budget was £6 million income and £5 million expenditure-a tight hold were kept on finances. The budgets took time to debate and balance. He is happy with the creation of the Policy and Resources Committee. He implemented the idea of zero job growth in order to lower immigration. Has tried to persuade the States committees to think corporately but hasn't been entirely successful. Fifth Record-St Michael's Choir with 'What a Wonderful World'.
Date: 1997 - 1997
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