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WOOLLENS

WOOLLENS

French, Scotch and English Tweeds. Odd pieces and wonderful designs in broken ranges. One of the best values we've seen this season—ask to see them. Original prices were 6/I1 to 9/11. Sale Price 2'l I and VI I Paris Model Novelty Woollens. Individual and glorious weaves in dress
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ABSENCE OF NOTICES

ABSENCE OF NOTICES

lIIHROWING litter from cars is not specifically mentioned, and any loophole may become a doorway for escape by offenders. Regarding the penalties. are the notices affixed to any public places? M a matter of fact I do not remember seeing one anywhere, and, at the same time. I har
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Chairman and Expenses

Chairman and Expenses

When the Chairman commented that the expenses seemed somewhat high, both Mr. Matthews and Mr. Newman expressed their willingness to forego their expenses. ' I can see the chap car.'t afford it," said Mt. Matthews. The Chairman: That is very good natured of you. North was fined £
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
UXBRIDGE . RATEPAYERS' ,ASSOCIATION

UXBRIDGE . RATEPAYERS' ,ASSOCIATION

Another Successful Year abridge Ratepayers' Association sis orded a successful year at their otmeeting in the Masonic Hall on y. Mr. W. E. Black presided. a pporied by Mrs. Bridgman. Messrs. vgi. Burrows, C. H. Bullen, B. C. tan. and W. S. Blount (hon. seeretarY ) . =be adopted
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
An Indirect Asset

An Indirect Asset

He hoped the display had impressed upon the public the fact that there were in their midst. traders who can satisfy all needs and give equal. if not better. service than outside localities. Shopping locally, he pointed out, creates local prosperity and employment and is an indir
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
A Joint Success

A Joint Success

BEEF
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
from West Drayton, were entertained at Shopwyke Hall, Chichester. Later the happy couple left for Paris by air, the bride

from West Drayton, were entertained at Shopwyke Hall, Chichester. Later the happy couple left for Paris by air, the bride

travelling in a powder blue frock and coat with hat to match. From Parts, they will go on to Cannes.
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
GETTING TO WORK

GETTING TO WORK

L AST Saturday afternoon the first practical demonstration was given, at the Council Depot, of what two decontamination squads have already learned. Under Mr. W. Weeks, anti-gas instructor, they went through all the motions of decontamination. About a dozen Councillors and women
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE QUALITY OF OUR WINES

THE QUALITY OF OUR WINES

er Just when we were thinking radio was getting near perfection, along come Ultra with a revolutionary tuning improvement which I consider the biggest advance since the valve. Now you can get the stations of your choice, home and abroad, just by pressing a button —AND THAT'S ALL
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Hidden Talent Winntrs

Hidden Talent Winntrs

The prize-winners were Mr. Thomas E. Weeks, tenor, who is to have an audition with Carol Levis: Mrs. J. Paget (soprano), who wins a week's engagement at a super cinema; and Master Robin Silver, boy comedian, who was awarded the money prize. After the farewells had been expressed
17 June 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England