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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

47 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

- - - - -GOING TO REGISTER?

Rhestrau Manwl, Canlyniadau a Chanllawiau
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

GOING TO REGISTER? NATIONAL SERVICE CAMPAIGN. FULL DETAILS OF THE r SCHEME. The National Service scheme wa^ offi- by the .Director-GeneraJ, Mr. Neville Chamber- lain, at a great meeting at the Centr; Hall, Westminster. Mr. Lloyd i:e-or;,re and Mr. Hodge, the Labour Minister, commended it to the nation. Mr. Arthur Henderson, the Labour representative in the War Cabinet, presided. Briefly the scheme is as follows:— A great campaign begins at once to secure National Service Yoluntcer. Mayors and other local authorities are asked to form committees and arrange this campaign, which will resemble the great regraiting campaign in 1915. The scheme applies at once to England. Scotland, and W'ales. A scheme for Ireland will be announced later, I It, applies at present to men only; the j scheme for the enrolment or women i-= ] being got readv. WHAT THE VOLUNTEER DOES. All men between 18 and 60, net lit fur the. Army, and not, to their own cer- tain knowledge, engaged in national work, are asked to volunteer. Each man goes to the UMt'es? post onice, obt ?is the ?otiowuig form, fills it up and posts it to the Director, St. Krmin'a Hotd. Westminster (a) Full Name (b) Address. (c) Age (d) Married or Single (e) Occupation (f) Average weekly earnings, last 4 week: (g) District Rate of Wages for your trade, (h) Name of present Empioyer (If unemployed, give Inst Employer) (i) Address of present Employer (j) Business of present Employer (kj State any Work for which Volunteer considers himself specially qualified, mentioning previous experience, if any, in such work. (1) State whether Member of Volunteer Force, All the cards will be registered and re- ( turned to the local exchanges to be sorted. Each volunteer will be examined by officials either at the exchange or at some public building-to see what work he • can do best. 3 Seven Days' Notice." A- volunteer will get seven days' notice to go to his new emplovment. If it is at some distance from his home he will travel free. He will receive the local rates of pay for the woyk to which he is transferred with a Minimum of 25s. per week. i If he has to stay in lodgings alild also keep 'I up his old home he will get a subsistence allowance which may be 2s. 6d. a day. Employers must give a week's notice before discharging a vohmteel'. The volunteer is entitled to unemployment pay from the State, which may be 3s. 6d. a day (in- eluding Sundays) for not more than four weeks at a time. A-i-i -employer can appeal against his man 1 beting taken on the ground that that man is already doing national worK. Ðvery effort will be made to employ vol- unteers As near their homes as possible. Commissioners have been appointed for the seven districts into which Great Britain has been divided, and under them are hundreds of. sub-commissioner?.. These decide the various A scheme is to be introduced for employ- ing clergymen and doctors. Industries of less national importance are warned that a scheme for "rationing" them as .to men and material wiii shortly be in- troduced. Those employed in such indus- tries iftust expect serious restrictions which will limit the number of men. who can be employed in them. Trades Most in Want. Volunteers will release fit men, for the Army. They are specially wanted for: Agriculture, aeroplane construction, build- in^T^onstruction, coalmining, eokaworkers, <3ocfe, engineering, explosive factories, flour fillers, general labourers, iron and steel works, motor mechanics, munitioit works, national shell factories, national fiUin fac- tories, ore mining, quarry works, shipbuild- ing, transport services, and other Govern- ijient work.

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I AFTER -THE WAR. I

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I EXCITEMENT IN SWANSEA .STREET.

' THOUGHTFUL ACTION. I

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IEXCLUDING LiGHT AND : AIR.

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