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01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
-How To – INVEST Your Money

-How To – INVEST Your Money

-How To - INVEST Your Money By the Finance News Editor FROM the firmness of stock markets it seems that investors are by no means lacking in confidence in the outcome of the election. There is not much business, but sellers are in the minority, and prices have been on the up-grad
01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE VOTER'S CHOICE

THE VOTER'S CHOICE

THIS strange, unnatural election, tearing asunder so many ties of mutual comprehension an d comradeship which had grown up in our political life, is now, to everybody's relief, drawing to its close Under the ordinary working of the British Constitution the Coalition Government,
01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Our Sacrifices

Our Sacrifices

WHEN I reflect on all th.s. hardships and privations which the Government over which I have presided has found it necessary to enforce upon the nation, the heavy sacrifices they have demanded from them affecting every home and every form of comfort, and of the blood that has bee
01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Butter Fingers

Butter Fingers

WHEN first we heard • the word " cafeterla " we thought it described some nervous debility allied to hysteria. . • Now. after having experienced the thrill of the chase in J We and our tray slink ashamedly along the assembly line. such an establishment, perhaps we weren't far wr
01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 

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Housewives' Quiz

Housewives' Quiz

I When you receive wrong change in a shop the mistake is usuaily to the benefit of (a) Yourself? (b) The other party? 2 If a fishmonger tells you he's saved you a special titbit of fresh salmon you know he is (a) Extending your pedal extremity? (b) Stone crackers? 3 When you are
01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
ililet—ti)gd. iiinten y the Mac Moon

ililet—ti)gd. iiinten y the Mac Moon

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01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
CLUB MATCHES *Stanmore 41 ; North London 50 for 3,

CLUB MATCHES *Stanmore 41 ; North London 50 for 3,

Ea:tng 134 (I. F. Price 45. R. W W. Sonlh ; •80utngate 44 wet. train.. R A P. HQ. 103: •Wanstead 107 for 8. ; 81. Horp.tal 183 for 3 dec. ill 1 1 1:1tinroo •ht.cld.esez Hospas: 33 _ - Warts 5 14. E. K. A.P.C. XI. 45 IX. J_Senart.s—.27. Primes 4-18'; •Beremsks %ale 464 - . for ,S
01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
1r garrg RATION BOOKS LATEST Books by Post in special circumstances If for any reason it is impossible for you

1r garrg RATION BOOKS LATEST Books by Post in special circumstances If for any reason it is impossible for you

to apply personally (or through a friend) for your new Ration Book you will be able to get it by post. Watch for local advertisements giving the earliest date on which postal application may be made. If you have to apply by post you must send your present Ration Book after filli
01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
' MAX ' CHEWING GUM ! .;J!. - 1111 r . . •

' MAX ' CHEWING GUM ! .;J!. - 1111 r . . •

01 July 1945 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England