Results 81–100 of 388 for speaker:Major Frank Heilgers

Orders of the Day — Home Office Administration. (27 Jul 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: I have no intention of sending the case to the Attorney-General.

Orders of the Day — Home Office Administration. (27 Jul 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Let me read from their notepaper the names of some of the patrons of the committee. They are: the hon. Lady the Member for Perth and Kinross (Duchess of Atholl), the hon. Member for Broxtowe (Mr. Cocks), the hon. Lady the Member for the English Universities (Miss Rathbone), the hon. Member for Seaham (Mr. Shinwell), the hon. Member for North Lambeth (Mr. G. Strauss), the hon. Member for North...

Orders of the Day — Home Office Administration. (27 Jul 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Yes, that is my information from my constituent. He understood that a ship was leaving for home, but it got fresh orders to go to Russia and collect tanks. The ship stopped off the Island of Zea in Greece, whence he was able to swim ashore with his companion. He was then taken to Piraeus, the Port of Athens, and imprisoned as a stowaway, but thanks to the Foreign Office, he was finally...

Orders of the Day — Home Office Administration. (27 Jul 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: It might be a matter for wonder, but it is true, unfortunately. He gave Mr. Coop the following letter: Comrade J. Smith, from Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, got into touch with me via 16, King Street, He wants to see Robson. I have seen him, and he appears to me to be completely genuine and quite O.K. The address on the envelope was: International Brigade Dependants' Aid Committee, 1, Lichfield...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Sweepstakes and Lotteries. (2 Jun 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the racing world is quite satisfied with the existing state of affairs?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Rural Workers) Amendment Bill. (23 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: I do not agree, because the position was that the landlords on the county council were not willing to consider it in any case whatever. I think that hon. Members opposite are looking at this matter from the wrong point of view. The hon. Member for Ebbw Vale said "Build houses.' ' I can only say that more houses are being built in the rural areas in my constituency than was ever the case...

Oral Answers to Questions — Air-Raid Precautions. (19 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: In making the distribution, will the right hon. Gentleman bear in mind that the most vulnerable part of England, especially in harvest time, is East Anglia?

Oral Answers to Questions — West Indies.: Palestine (Tel-Aviv and Jaffa). (18 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Is the port of Tel Aviv any better than that of Jaffa, which, I am told, is listed at Lloyd's as the worst port in the world?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Rural Workers) Amendment Bill.: Clause 3. — (Repayments of grant to be proportionate to unexpired part of period for observance of conditions.) (16 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: I cannot go as far as the hon. Gentleman the Member for Farnworth (Mr. Tomlinson) and speak of breaches of faith and so forth, but for once in a way I find myself in sympathy with the Amendment moved by the hon. Gentleman the Member for Don Valley (Mr. T. Williams). It is rather a pity to make this entirely mandatory. I have in my hand an account of a meeting of my own county council, at...

Orders of the Day — Fire Brigades Bill. (10 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: We have listened to an interesting speech from the hon. Member for Durham (Mr. Ritson), an expert on this matter, and I thank him for his championship of the rural areas. I cannot claim to be an expert myself, but I was honoured in succeeding the hon. Member for North Norfolk (Sir T. Cook), who made such an interesting speech, in the presidency of a number of fire brigades in Suffolk and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Milk-in-Schools Scheme. (5 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Can the hon. Member say whether the milk is raw or pasteurised?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Recruits. (3 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: What percentage of these sub-standard recruits go to the Canterbury Depot?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Western Australia (Assisted Emigrants). (2 May 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Can my Noble Friend say how long these men have been in Australia?

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Milk. (14 Apr 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Is the Minister going to do anything to discourage biased propaganda on the question of pasteurisation by the medical authorities?

Oral Answers to Questions — Beech Plantation, East Sussex. (8 Mar 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Is my hon. and gallant Friend aware that in this particular neighbourhood all attempts at planting beech have been a complete failure?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Financial Provisions) Bill.: Clause 3. — (Contributions in respect of agricultural housing accommodation provided by private enterprise.) (3 Mar 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: Would the right hon. Gentleman define the special circumstances which are in his mind?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Financial Provisions) Bill.: Clause 3. — (Contributions in respect of agricultural housing accommodation provided by private enterprise.) (3 Mar 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: I would remind the hon. Member for Farnworth (Mr. Tomlinson) that whatever the wages of the agricultural worker may be, the tied house is always going to be cheaper for him. I believe that the agricultural worker is provided for adequately under Clause 2 of this Bill. Clause 3 does not deal with the agricultural worker so much; its purpose is not to assist the rural economics of the district,...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: State Rulers (Powers). (21 Feb 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: asked the Under-Secretary of State for India whether his attention has been drawn to the public statement of the Dewan of Travancore to the effect that the power of the ruler of an Indian State to grant measures of responsible government is restricted by the necessity of obtaining the explicit consent of the Paramount Power; and what is the policy of His Majesty's Government in this matter?

Housing (Financial Provisions) [Money]. (17 Feb 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: I agree with the hon. Member for Hemsworth (Mr. G. Griffiths) that it is extremely desirable that, as far as possible, houses of the parlour type should be built, not perhaps so much for the reason which he gave, that it was desirable for his daughter to have somewhere to "spoon"——

Housing (Financial Provisions) [Money]. (17 Feb 1938)

Major Frank Heilgers: I understood the hon. Member to say that he liked to see his daughter spooning, but I hope that he did not look on too much.


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