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QUEENSWAY DRY - CLEANERS NEED LIVELY LADIES (18-40) to run the latest drycleaning shop in Queensway. No prev.ous experience needed

QUEENSWAY DRY - CLEANERS NEED LIVELY LADIES (18-40) to run the latest drycleaning shop in Queensway. No prev.ous experience needed

as full training in all techniques will be given. For local interview apply to Mr. Allen, EASTMANS CLEANERS LTD. 231 The Vale, Acton, W. 3 01 - 743 3100 SV/SS 52
23 January 1970 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
SALESMAN WANTED WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE FOR GENT'S DRESS HIRE AGED BETWEEN 30 AND 50 YEARS APPLY: A. Kritz Ltd.

SALESMAN WANTED WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE FOR GENT'S DRESS HIRE AGED BETWEEN 30 AND 50 YEARS APPLY: A. Kritz Ltd.

Baker Street Station WEL 0304 call or telephone between 11 a.m.-12 noon or 2 p.m.-3.30 p.m. Not Thursday S/VSS 49
23 January 1970 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
MARRIED WOMEN Married women seeking parttime employment are required for West End and some local branches. Previous clerical experience necessary

MARRIED WOMEN Married women seeking parttime employment are required for West End and some local branches. Previous clerical experience necessary

and the ability to operate an accounting machine an advantage but not essential. Aoply to: The Staff Section Barclays Bank Limited London North Western Local Head Office P.O. Box 601 131 Edgware Road, London, W. 2. or telephone 01-723 9211 S/VAC 056
23 January 1970 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
$ POST-MERCURY SERIES, MAY 24, 1968 M

$ POST-MERCURY SERIES, MAY 24, 1968 M

24 May 1968 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
WINE and DINE in THE AREA'S NEW RESTUARANT 31u Plink (THE PUB WITH THE TERRPC,E) TABLE RESERVATIONS THE QUADRANGLE, SUSSEX

WINE and DINE in THE AREA'S NEW RESTUARANT 31u Plink (THE PUB WITH THE TERRPC,E) TABLE RESERVATIONS THE QUADRANGLE, SUSSEX

GARDENS, W. 2 01-723 0143
23 January 1970 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
THE RENDEZVOUS RESTAURANT CLUB 122 BAYSWATER ROAD, W. 2 DINE AND DANCE IN A GREEK ATMOSPHERE NIGHTLY FROM 6.30 p.m.

THE RENDEZVOUS RESTAURANT CLUB 122 BAYSWATER ROAD, W. 2 DINE AND DANCE IN A GREEK ATMOSPHERE NIGHTLY FROM 6.30 p.m.

—1 a.m. Cabaret 10.30 p.m. Bouzouki and and 12 midnight Zorba's Dance RESERVATIONS 01-229 71 30
23 January 1970 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
INSTANT PARIS any hour any day all year Choice of 6 ways to travel & 20 hotels. Inclusive holidays from

INSTANT PARIS any hour any day all year Choice of 6 ways to travel & 20 hotels. Inclusive holidays from

London start from £10.19.0.. also provincial departures. Free 24 p. colour brochure from your travel agent. or: TRAVELSCENE 27 CRAWFORD ST. LONDON. W.l 01-262 6642
23 January 1970 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
SPRING FAIR

SPRING FAIR

Susan Hampshire, the actress, is to open the International Spring Fair and Art Exhibition at Chelsea Old Town Hall on Tuesday. The fair is to raise money for the International Social Service, which deals with family problems in more than 100 countries. It handles problems such a
24 May 1968 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
KILBURN ).

KILBURN ).

KILBURN Late film Sat., 25th M•y, at p.m.: UM Palmer, Charles Sayer, THE SEDUCTION Of JULIA (a) Sunday, 26ffi May 7 Days JENNIFER JONES JAMES MASON VAN HEFLIN MADAME BOVIARY (1) Sunday 5.20 8.50 Dotty 1.30 5.10 8.50 PATRICIA ROC ANTHONY STEEL SOMETHING MONEY CAN'T BUY (u) Sunday
24 May 1968 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
i< L FNSINGTON ODEON WES 0131 cusTER lost in this limm N.e.r.•,•, a•,JI Gnerama hims are so •ift,:ii :3rd May

i< L FNSINGTON ODEON WES 0131 cusTER lost in this limm N.e.r.•,•, a•,JI Gnerama hims are so •ift,:ii :3rd May

tor 7 cloys - Audrey Hepbu , n, George . i, - , 4 o :rea 2 k o t o ast 4 4 , 12 0 t T : i 4 ft o any s ls ,rio ia o l ; Tse2cohnta.collsor, Prop. 42.3500 7.20.5.40 made with an eve to spectacle. And I wonder why General' (P) .-- C.4t , AG FACILITIES AVAILABLE CUSTER OF THE WEST
24 May 1968 - Kensington Post - London, London, England