Images of a topping out ceremony on the roof of the new Social Security Department offices [Philip Le Feuvre House] on La Motte Street to celebrate the completion of the project. Includes images of the President of the Social Security Committee Deputy Francis Morel giving a speech [F - H] and adding cement to the final hole on the roof [I - O]. The following people are pictured, from left to right, on the front row of Images A - E: Deputies Arthur Carter, Iris Le Feuvre and Francis Morel, and Controller of Social Security John Lees.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/4/1826

Date: September 27th 1979 - September 27th 1979

Photographer: Glenn Rankine

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/1826

Images of the new Social Security Department building, Philip Le Feuvre House in La Motte Street including controller John Lees [image A-B, O-P] [from JEP 26/09/1980 p 14].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/5291

Date: September 16th 1980 - September 16th 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5291

Contact Sheet 9 from Red Contact File 13 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheets contain images of the strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, include notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and date from 1939.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/13/CS9

Date: 1939-05 - 1939-05

Images which relate to a flying visit made by Air Minister Sir Kinglsey Wood to Jersey for a brief reception and to inspect the Airport buildings. The images include the Air Minister with Airport Controller Lieutenant Commander C W Phillips and with Mr A Lowe Chief Engineer, Jersey Airways [see JWP 13/5/1939 p 4]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 9 of Red Contact File 13 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/13/CS9/5

Date: May 5th 1939 - May 13th 1939

Images which relate to a flying visit made by Air Minister Sir Kinglsey Wood to Jersey for a brief reception and to inspect the Airport buildings. The images include the Air Minister with Bailiff Alexander Coutanche, in the control tower with Mr C Roche Jersey Airport's Assistant Controller and a Vin D'Honneur [see JWP 13/5/1939 p 4]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 9 of Red Contact File 13 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/13/CS9/6

Date: May 5th 1939 - 1939-05

Jersey Talking Magazine-February Edition. Introduction by Gordon Young. Tim interviews Colin Powell, the Economic Adviser to the States, regarding the economic climate in Jersey in comparison with the UK, the sectors affected by the economic depression, how the rest of Europe is coping with the climate, the industries Jersey are famous for-tourism, finance, agriculture and light industry, the changing of the Jersey economy, the contribution of the wealthy immigrants, the steps taken to limit the affects of the recession, the relaxation of controls on immigration and the length of time this will take. Barry Jordan reciting 'Albert and the Lion' at the Jersey Opera House in aid of the Jersey Association of Youth and Friendship. Di Weber interviewing Ludevic Kennedy who was signing copies of his book called 'A Book of Railway Journeys' asking whether it was his first trip to Jersey, talking about trains and railways and his affection for them, train journeys in Britain, his favourite train journey and whether he has a train set at home. Horoscope feature-Diane Postlethwaite talking about the forecast for the year for aquarius. Father Piers Grant-Ferris, a man rescued when lost in the Andes, talking about the height of Mount Aconcagua, climbing mountains, the length of time it took him to climb Aconcagua, his climbing partner, the weather conditions, getting lost on the mountain, surviving once lost on the mountain, his feelings when he realised he was lost and the rescue operation. End of Side One. Gordon Young visiting Austria commenting whilst on the motorway, having their papers checked at the border, arriving at Schruns, describing the view of the mountains and the village. Di Weber visiting the new ambulance station with Mr Le Gresley talking about when they moved in, the hitches that they have experienced with the new building, dealing with a plane crash, why the decision was made to move from Midvale Road, the extension of the ambulance service, the difficulties in the old station, the duties carried out by the ambulance service, the shifts, response times, the possibility of an ambulance station in St Brelade, the sirens, talking to Mr Statt the assistant chief officer about the amount of ambulances they have, the equipment they carry in the vehicles, the crew on the vehicle and the training that they have, answering an emergency call, the training ambulance crews have to go through in order to qualify, what the men do when they are not answering emergency calls including cleaning the vehicles and in service training, female ambulance attendants, looking at a crash ambulance, describing the vehicle, looking at the equipment in the ambulance, the priorities of the ambulancemen when they arrive on the scene of an accident, looking in a transportation ambulance, describing the equipment inside, describing the control room, the amount of emergency calls each day. Colin Plummer, a reader, with a poem that he wrote read out by Gordon Young.

Reference: R/05/B/51

Date: January 31st 1981 - January 31st 1981

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