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OF WORK

ng Was volved, and on these the opinions of the deputation were fully and frankly invited by the Government representatives. A point which was strongly urged by the deputation was the vital necessity for an early decision on account of the fact that by Friday (two days later) al
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTS

WANTS

WANTED tone, doubling .need all lines; i Sept. 18. Box te and Accordeonand 0., can supply .ly, 265* The Drive, itlne 5563. jte. doubling Guitar oyce Sneliing* 8, Mai. <515. ■iss. i»*p. aU lines. Vi. emond-road. :ti A'l SOLO ..’AIX-AKTER aacitivts. ex* Hr,S. SEA- St T. i'A. COM;
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRINCIPA

PRINCIPA

BURNS’^ (Members of Rents’ Anoc/at/on. Ltd.) 26, GharinK Qranßd. W.&2 WILL LEW COLLINS & GRADE TNEAimOAt VASSEVtUE EXgRAEDt or A«aotar Aaaaoftlon, Ltd.) GultS 2. CCCIL HOURS, 41, CHARMS €ROG» WJBJ fiat LONOOM JULIUS DAREWSKI TtlMraM: mmuMUHKI. ftMfVMItMWM* •aii« |SSSii^trf !B&?^
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MILLS WINTER ltd.

MILLS WINTER ltd.

September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PLAYS OF THE WEEK

PLAYS OF THE WEEK

FIRST WAR-TIME REVUE By MARGERY ROWLAND IONDON’S first new production of the war was presented at the Unity Theatre Tuesday. It is a remarkable show. Any revue devised, written, composed, and produced in three days must be remarkable. Sandbag Follies a cheerfully artless theatri
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A WEEK

A WEEK

How Cinema Reopen Secured IT would be difficult to calculate the value of the energy, tact, and persistence shown by President E. J. Hinge over the last two weeks. The trade itself can best evaluate it in terms of its potential losses had cinemas remained closed. Staffs, too, ha
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL theatre

NATIONAL theatre

Site for Government During War? THE South Kensington site of the National Theatre is to be offered to the Government for the duration of the war for use for any purpose for which it may be needed. I learned this from Geoffrey Whitworth, honorary secretary of the Natioftl Theatre
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RENT, WAR DAMAGE, AND MORTGAGE INTEREST pOR the information of members * - the following has been compiled by Mr.

RENT, WAR DAMAGE, AND MORTGAGE INTEREST pOR the information of members * - the following has been compiled by Mr.

Norman Hart, the Association’s Solicitor: PAYMENT OF RENT.—The lessee or tenant is not released from the payment of rent under his lease or agreement on account of war, but unless the landlord obtains the leave of the Court he cannot proceed to exercise any remedy which otherwis
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER 21, IMM

SEPTEMBER 21, IMM

September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England