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SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PRIDE

SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PRIDE

Sir. —I read that St. Pancras Road Safety Committee have trained nine child cyclists instructors but cannot find any children to instruct. In spite of 300 posters only two children have come forward. guess is that these two would not have done so if Mum or Dad had not insisted.
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
Death of Fulham doctor Dr. Oscar Watts-Tobin, a wellknown Fulham doctor, collapsed and died at his home in Hurlingham Road

Death of Fulham doctor Dr. Oscar Watts-Tobin, a wellknown Fulham doctor, collapsed and died at his home in Hurlingham Road

early on Sunday. He was aged 68. Only a few minutes "previously he had returned home from a visit to the opera. He was not feeling well as he reached the house and collapsed shortly afterwards. Dr. Watts-Tobin had a practice in Minister Road and had been at his surgery on Saturd
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
RATEPAYERS LEFT THEIR FIRES AND TELLY' FOR THIS!

RATEPAYERS LEFT THEIR FIRES AND TELLY' FOR THIS!

RATEPAYERS in Fulham are far from being indifferent to local finances —judging by the crowd that went to the Lecture Hall of Fulham Central Library for the 22nd annual general meeting of the Fulham Ratepayers' and Residents' Association. A meeting on rates or the Rent Act sounds
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
LONDON TEACHERS ARE SO FRIENDLY

LONDON TEACHERS ARE SO FRIENDLY

At the dinner of the West London Teachers' Association (N.U.T.), held at the House of Commons, every speaker paid tribute to the President (Miss E. M. Lawton. of Kensington) and expressed regret at her enforced absence in hospital. Proposing the toast of " The London Teaching Se
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
POLAND WILL HEAR ABOUT FULHAM WVS

POLAND WILL HEAR ABOUT FULHAM WVS

OEOPLE in Poland will soon be learning about the work carried on by Fulham W.V.S. This was revealed by Mrs. M. Lunt of County of London W-V.S. Headquarters at a Christmas Party for members of the Autumn Green Derby and Joan Club, at Cobb's Hall, Fulham, on Tuesday. "Last week.**
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
PLENTY OF GASWHATEVER THE WEATHER!

PLENTY OF GASWHATEVER THE WEATHER!

Additions to gas-making plant will enable the North Thames Gas Board meet fully any demand for gas, even in the most severe weather. This was stated at the 78th meeting of the North Thames Gas Consultative Council at the Westminster City Hall. The new project for taking gas from
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
A Colleen is Married in Fulham

A Colleen is Married in Fulham

A couple who met dance were married at St. Thomas's Church, Fulham, on Saturday. They are Miss Margaret Buckley whose home in Limerick, Ire- ' land, and Mr. Thomas Weller, of Lysia Street, , Fulham. Margaret was attended by five bridesmaids. ji Phoio: Barber's Studios. FUL 6666.
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
Inside the Goldsmiths' Hall

Inside the Goldsmiths' Hall

Members of the Fulham History Society visited the Hall of the Goldsmiths' Company in Foster Lane, Cheapside, under the able guidance of Mr. Yates, who gave a brief outline of the history of the Company. The year 1327 saw its incorporation. for it was then that Edward 111 issued
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
Girls told of the purpose of life

Girls told of the purpose of life

The purpose of Hfe to prepare adequately for each succeeding generation, girl pupils the Burlington School. White Citv. were told Professor Sir Albert Richardson, past president of the Roval Academy, speaking at the School's prisegiving on Tuesday. Referring to present dav life.
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England
 
COUNCIL TO GIVE UP H.P. SCHEME

COUNCIL TO GIVE UP H.P. SCHEME

Kensington Council are likely to abandon their scheme for supplying furniture to their tenants under hire purchase agreements. A current report by their Hous-i ing Committee says. "The reduction in the number of tenants using the scheme has taken place despite our efforts to giv
December 6, 1957 - West London Observer - London, London, England