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CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING

CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING

Trade and Property Announcements (including Agents Listsi per single column inch —l-2 insertions 4/ 3-5 insertions 3/6. 7-19 3/9. 14-52. 3/- One shilling extra tor front nage Meetings Lecture. Entertainments Concerts. etc Si'- per single column inch (Page 1 4/-1 Banking "'mammal
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
CINEMAS EVERYWHERE

CINEMAS EVERYWHERE

HkVE we reached "saturation point" with regard to the number of cinemas in Middlesex? Perhaps not, as there are still some semi-rural districts in the county to fill with houses. The county now possesses 142 cinematograph theatres as compared with 80 twelve years ago. It is a la
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
aft dectlic wad, Acad. giEgo ELECTRICITY SERVICE SHOWROOMS AT

aft dectlic wad, Acad. giEgo ELECTRICITY SERVICE SHOWROOMS AT

aft dectlic wad, Acad. ELECTRICITY SERVICE SHOWROOMS AT ACTON HANWELL SOUTHALL 129. HIGH STREET 3, THE BROADWAY 5, PALACE PARADE ACORN EAUNG 5111 SOUTHALL 227 S
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
UNITED FRONT PLEA

UNITED FRONT PLEA

tO THE EDITOR Sir,—ln your issue of January 6, Mr. Weeks discusses the interesting pr,iriosal for an international tribunal and police force However sane his policy seems, there is obviously litt.e chance of any steps being taken in this dire:, don by the present Government. Thi
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TABLE TALK

TABLE TALK

It is amusing perhaps, but useful, too. to see how modern furniture in its many units can be built to run round the fireplace, or around the window. Your arrangement depends on the season. A corner seat might start the "chain" of furniture from the recess by the side of the wind
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
CURLS FOR ALL.

CURLS FOR ALL.

A special new curler to help to set curls is a device that should be welcomed. _ The principle on which this device works is that the hair is twisted over a rather fat prong, which holds the hair as tightly as a hair tong, a grip having been slipped into the end of the tong befo
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
THEREFORE . . . LET NASH HOUSE YOU Harding

THEREFORE . . . LET NASH HOUSE YOU Harding

BROS. (BUILDERS) LTD. VIII ■p Coupes t.-dej for dikeils S2S. NORTNOLT ROAD. SOUTH HARROW. OPPOSITE SOUTH HARROW STATION (PICCADILLY ELY.).
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FLATS TO LET

FLATS TO LET

A THREE-ROOMED FLATLET. suitable for married couple, 15s. 6d. weekly; new furniture for same, 55. weekly.—Andrews, 180, King-street, Hammersmith. Call at once for free details a AN EXCELLENT FLAT to let, in quiet road. comprising two good rooms, at a low rental of 12s. 6d. wkly;
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
A.R.P. Wardens' Request to Town, Council Refused CHARGE TO BE MADE FOR USE OF HALL Acton Air Bald Wardens' Social

A.R.P. Wardens' Request to Town, Council Refused CHARGE TO BE MADE FOR USE OF HALL Acton Air Bald Wardens' Social

Committee asked the Acton Town Council for TN charge to be made for their booking of the Grand Hall for a dance which was held on December 29. The Baths Com. suttee regretted, at the Town Came's meting last week that M could not see its way to remissmead that any reduction shoul
January 27, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England