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Correspondence file concerning Social Security Committee-Reciprocal Agreement with the United States
Reference: B/D/A/S10 (28)
Date: - 1999
Date: February 7th 1946 - November 28th 1979
Date: November 27th 1951 - January 22nd 1970
Date: July 5th 1958 - March 2nd 1992
Date: November 30th 1949 - November 1st 1988
Date: May 21st 1974 - November 23rd 1994
Date: January 4th 1954 - March 3rd 1958
Date: March 17th 1958 - July 15th 1963
Sound recording of Iris Le Feuvre speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 29/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Le Feuvre speaks about going to Royal Square on Liberation day, the joy in the air, the Germans leaving, people going to the Underground Hospital, the dances after Liberation, the Russian prisoners, shortages, preparing her wedding trousseau, going to London on her honeymoon and seeing the bombsites, comparing London to Jersey after the war, the Insular Insurance scheme, the foot and mouth disease, televisions, the Royal wedding, the evacuees and their return, the cattles, the vegetables crop, farm work and its mechanisation, working at La Masuriers, being the first woman constable, the political reform and the elections, various shops in town, the home deliveries of various products, the district nurses, the difference in her house between then and now, the increase in tourism, the battle of flowers and the fair, the official visits of the king and queen, of Prince Edward and of field Marshall Montgomery, The Muratti, motorbike racing and various houses and persons on the race track, horse show, cattle show, going to the beaches, cinemas, the West Park Pavilion, the arrival of the street lighting in St Lawrence, the death of the king and the coronation.
Date: November 29th 2004
Sound recording of Percy Le Masurier speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 20/10/2004 by Marleen Hacquoil for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Masurier speaks about his exam before the occupation, working on a farm and the advantages, organising a sport club during the occupation, the rapid mechanisation after the war, his cattle farm and varying his crops, his involvment with the Milk Marketing board, the varying number of cattle on the island and the impact on milk supply, the potatoes industy and the exportation, the insurance scheme, the sale of german horses and of the prisoners of wars wooden huts.
Date: October 20th 2004
Sound recording of Mazel Le Ruez, née de Gruchy, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 10/03/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Le Ruez speaks about hiding crystal set during the occupation, the anticipation leading up to liberation, the clean up of the mines, the germans leaving, going back to farming potatoes, going to school and then helping on the farm, the glut of tomatoes, moving to St Mary's, the lobser industry at Rozel, the Young Farmers Club, cattle shows, the increase in tourism, buses and taxis, the farm workers, the shared threshing machine, going shopping, the milk distribution, living on a farm with rationing after the war, the making of black butter, the visit of princess Elizabeth, foot and mouth disease, the colorado beetle, the death of the King, how she met her husband and their honeymoon, the insurance scheme and sand racing.
Date: March 10th 2005
Sound recording of Fred Stoodley speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 09/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Stoodley speaks about not understanding what was different about Liberation, collecting german memorabilia, being allowed to go places he's never been, american and british soldiers, playing baseball, football and cricket, going to school and the differences with today, the influence of american and edwardian culture, talks about the fashion of the time, the introduction of jazz in Jersey, the jazz clubs, evading his parents curfew, band concert, the attitude of the police and pranks, his jobs at the harbour and at Huelin's, the new jobs during the potatoes and tomatoes season, the milk bar in Broad Street, the Muratti and the Jersey team, seeing a match of football on the television, school sports, the changes in St Helier in the 1960, Huelin's whistle, the fires after the liberation, his position in the communist party and the treatment of his leader, the controversy over the insular insurance tax, Jersey families, living in housing and the difference in attitude with today, shopping on tick, the forum cinema and the difference in seating for poor and rich people, the relashipship between childrens from different areas, various entertainment, fetes and the battle of floser, the royal visits, and the rivalry between Jersey and Guernsey.
Date: November 9th 2004
Petition to the Bailiff and Members of the States of Jersey relating to the Insular Insurance (Jersey) Law 1950 presented to the States of Jersey by Deputy J J Le Marquand of St Ouen on 24/08/1951. The petition states, 'We, the undersigned Islanders, desire to bring to the notice of the States our strong opposition to the Insular Insurance Law decreed to come into force on the appointed day, 10th September 1951, and this for the following reasons. 1. We consider the said Law to be a violation of our individual freedom. 2. We consider the said Law to be contrary to the best interests of the Island population as a whole. 3. We consider such a Law is bound to have the effect of further increasing the cost of living. 4. We do not consider the said Law as giving the Islanders any reasonable degree of security. And we further pray the Assembly to defer the appointed day for the coming into force of such a Law.' Includes 12, 207 signatures.
Date: 1950 - 1951
Petition to the States Assembly asking for a comprehensive health service in the Island to be created, presented to the States by George Charles Holmes Le Cocq, Deputy of St Helier on 05/10/1955. The petition states, 'We, Your Petitioners, being citizens of Jersey, ask you to give favourable consideration to our wish that there should be a comprehensive Health Service in our island paid for out of taxation. This on the grounds of the frequent hardship suffered by many amongst us who, falling ill or needing medical attention, are faced with expenditure causing many cases of financial distress; and on the grounds that such a service is already provided to some extent to non-residents under reciprocal arrangements, and so placing residents in a position of enjoying inferior rights in their own place of domicile. Further that you should also consider urgently the raising by a substantial amount of the various benefits paid under the Insular Insurance Law on the same gounds of hardship caused by the present scale of payment.'
Date: 1955 - 1955
Date: 1958 - 1958
Project du loi relating to the Insular Insurance amendments with regard to the rules relating to overlapping benefits, 1958
Date: 1958 - 1958
Projet de Loi relating to the Investment of Insular Insurance funds in Jersey General Investment Trust Ltd, 1959
Date: 1959 - 1959
Date: 1959 - 1959
Date: 1960 - 1960
Date: 1960 - 1960