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FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

SPARTAN LEAGUE Division I. STAINLS TOWN 4, AYLESBURY UNITED 1 Aylesbury United went down rather badly when they visited Staines on Saturday. The standard of football was extremely poor, and Staines had to thank Pitts, their centre forward, who materially contributed to their vic
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
AYLESBURY A DISTRICT LEAGUE

AYLESBURY A DISTRICT LEAGUE

P. W. L. D. F. A. P. Wendover 7 5 2 32 9 12 Cuddinston . 6 3 1 23 8 1) R.A.F. Res 1 28 10 9 Rivets S.C 9 3 3 29 25 9 Ovinff 6 4 2 0 23 18 Wine 4 3 0 1 10 Bucks Nalgo ... 5 3 2 014 15 6 Wingrave 3 4 0 22 25 6 Lone Crendon . 2 0.19 26 4 Dominion S.C. 0 4 23 1 Quainton 7 0 6 1 7 30
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
AT THE CINEMAS THE PAVILION

AT THE CINEMAS THE PAVILION

Described as a romance rhythm. " Adorable * will be the principal feature in the progamme to be shown all the week. Janet Gaynor has found the perfect complement for her unique abilities in Henry Carat, the Continental player, who makes his American picture debut in Adorable.” T
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
POPPY DAY

POPPY DAY

The Poppy Day Fund receipts for ' ton Clinton, Buckland and Drayton B'-iuchamp branch, where the or~ ni>er was Mr-. H. Turing, assisted the British Legion, were follows: Wton Clinton: Mrs. Head, £2 9s. 1 Mrs. Ball. £1 15s. OJd.; Mrs. orne, 15s. 6d. : Mrs. Brooks, -I 12'.; Miss H
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
COUNTY COUNCIL STAFF SALARIES ABATEMENTS RESTORED

COUNTY COUNCIL STAFF SALARIES ABATEMENTS RESTORED

REDUCTION IN MEMBERS’ TRAVELLING EXPENSES ENDS CHIEF INSPECTOR’S SALARY INCREASED
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
SYMPATHETIC REFERENCES.

SYMPATHETIC REFERENCES.

The Chairman referred in sympathetic terms to the death since the last meeting of Lord Anslow, who was vice-chairman of the Council for 7 years and chairman for 17 years, a total period of 24 years, or more than half the lifetime of the Council. Lord Anslow was an original membe
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
WILSTONE

WILSTONE

Women’s nstitite. —The of the Institute held their ; meeting on Thursday week. win following officers were elected dent, Miss Woodman vice-pro M iss A. E. Woodman; secretary Honour; assistant secretary. Ross ; treasurer. Mrs. Bligh. competition, organised Borv the best cake made
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
tr ing woman goes to PRISON receiver of stolen goods OF THE PROPERTY UNDER FLOOR BOARDS rkhamsted Petty Sessions on

tr ing woman goes to PRISON receiver of stolen goods OF THE PROPERTY UNDER FLOOR BOARDS rkhamsted Petty Sessions on

ay. before Mr. Spencer (in the chair) and other es, Edith Farrell (35), woman, King Street, Tring, (with two boys), with and entering the dwelling- Fred Cooper, of Hastoe, and property of the value of between August 30th and 25th. 1933. Edith Farrell ier charged with receiving t
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
OBSTRUCTION

OBSTRUCTION

James Alfred Garbutt, commercial traveller, Glowcroft, Mill Hill, Clapham, Beds, who also did not appear, was summoned for causing an obstruction at Aylesbury on Wednesday, October 25th. P.C. I'ripp gave evidence and said defendant blocked up Bourbon Street with his car for abou
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
R.A.C. AND CAR PARKING

R.A.C. AND CAR PARKING

In order to cope with the continually increasing number of temporary car parks which the K.A.C. organizes and controls in all parts of the country, the C lub proposing immediately augment its road staff by 300 men. Wherever possible they will be disabled ex-servicemen, and will
17 November 1933 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England