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December 19, 1952 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSES • PLATS EXCHANGE THELE-LOOMED flat Twickenham available for eachanpe flat Wembley area Would consider boost purchase at fair price.

HOUSES • PLATS EXCHANGE THELE-LOOMED flat Twickenham available for eachanpe flat Wembley area Would consider boost purchase at fair price.

Fullest parties. in_first leuer.—Boa 6209 "Observer" Of11: - ^e7 IfirrOU — 114 . 51 NEW 3-beirred. council house In Veninor. Isle of Wien. for one in or near Harrow.—Apply. 11 Cornwall-rd Venom Isle of Wight. 2H51
December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
12.35 3.25 915 9.20

12.35 3.25 915 9.20

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December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
Marl• Oberon, George Sanders THE LODGER Arthur Luoan. Kitty McShane OLD MOTHER RILEY, HEADMISTRESS John Mills. Erie Portman WE DIVE

Marl• Oberon, George Sanders THE LODGER Arthur Luoan. Kitty McShane OLD MOTHER RILEY, HEADMISTRESS John Mills. Erie Portman WE DIVE

AT DAWN AdN• Mara, Bill Kennedy THE WEB OFHANHEN Jeff Chandler, Joseph Cotton, Linda Darnell. Corns) Wilds-TWO FLAGS WEST 5.35 1.20 Michael Medwin, Garry Marsh SOMEONE AT THE DOOR u: CM 7.10
December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
MR. F. RAEBURN

MR. F. RAEBURN

Formerly a Petty Officer in the Royal Navy, in which he served for 22 years, including both world wars. Mr. Frederick Raeburn, of 8. Salisbury-road, Harrow, died on December 7 at the age of 64. By civilian occupation Mr. Raeburn was an electrical engineer at the Neasden Power Ho
December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
CHESTER COLLEGE

CHESTER COLLEGE

Medial : S. Wi : O. MOM MINT. M.A. (NodoN4 •i id emillnel SUN BOYS 4tolB PREPARATORY OfFf. 4 6 Mown Include Oxfert Sallee! Leaving Wilt'sates Citron t• P.il teasels MIIMMIM 31-33 Sb..pcoto Road HARROW tempos: lAIIIOIII 3338 CINC. SPEECH . DRAMA RICHARD FORD, Professor of Singin
December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
Letter RAYNERS LANE Sir.—l was interested in Mr. W. E. Lush's letter on Harrow place-names which appeared in a recent

Letter RAYNERS LANE Sir.—l was interested in Mr. W. E. Lush's letter on Harrow place-names which appeared in a recent

issue of the "Observer." So much of Harrow of former days has Passed away that it I only by the place-names and a few lingering spots that we remember what It used to be. There remain the woods at Harrow Weald, the fields at Pinner Park. the old buildings of Harrow Hill and Pinn
December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
A rIItOUD BOAST

A rIItOUD BOAST

Addressing the assembly, Mr. Peerless stressed that it was leadership that determined whether a show was good qr bad and added that it was the proud boast of Roxeth that the company had not imported an officer for many years, the present staff having grown up within the company.
December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
PIII3ICO-OPERATIVE FUNERAL SERVICE A and dignified wenn embracing entry restore of modern Prints Chapel cif Rent Rani rritt: .gabs. es

PIII3ICO-OPERATIVE FUNERAL SERVICE A and dignified wenn embracing entry restore of modern Prints Chapel cif Rent Rani rritt: .gabs. es

Ins& WATIORD St. Albans ' .OPERATIVI socisnr LTD. Watford. Phone 399 s HOUSEHOLD RIZOVAL BPMALISTB
December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
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December 18, 1952 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England