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SOCIAL SECURITY STAMP ON L'ONIE

SOCIAL SECURITY STAMP ON L'ONIE

INDWONT f. Martin c Leithen Mayers Reeves c Musgrave Armstrong Wdllamns b Armstrong Whittaker run out Brown b Armstrong Beaman b Armstrong D. Mini!' b Parkin Rowlett b Armstrong Fisher c Musgrave e Amities Chequers Road Club time Johnson c Parkin Musgrave trialist, John Huggins,
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
BALL DAY AT DUKES

BALL DAY AT DUKES

CHISWICK'S bowler% put the side in a strong position by dismissing Harrow Unity for 56 at Dukes Meadows on Sunday. Then the tide turned and the ( hiswick batsmen found that they too were hating to struggle to top their opponent's low score. Top scorer for die match %% as Unity's
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
£29.15.0

£29.15.0

Canopy 'V pole 18/- a desirable extra
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Tools haul

Tools haul

Metal and toots worth between f5O and flOO were stolen from a firm on the Aaon Part Industrial Estate on Tuesday last week.
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
messenger

messenger

AFTER nearly 20 years' service with Arthur Guinness, the North Acton brewery firm. Mr. Robert Owen has retired. He joined the brewery in 1938 and had a stint of general work before settling as a fulltime mesenger in the malt department in 1946. He later became head brewer's and
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Just routine

Just routine

check . . . Alan Beard. a 23-year-old window• cleaner, was stopped by a policeman for a routine check—and he was found to he riding his scooter while disqualified and having no insurance. Beard. of Everington Street. Hammersmith. was remanded on bail for two weeks by Marylebone
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Loud shouts about the loud bangs

Loud shouts about the loud bangs

COMPLAIN about sonic booms, complain that Con' cord should not be allowed to fly over land—and complain loudly. If the public makes its --- opinions known now there is any major series of sonic bang a chance that the Govern- teas there should be a "relament may change its mind I
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
rßockware Glass ltd.Roi*Aam Greenfprri Nihddlesex WAX low 4353 SECRETARY

rßockware Glass ltd.Roi*Aam Greenfprri Nihddlesex WAX low 4353 SECRETARY

Applications are invited for mature Secretary, who has preferably worked in Marketing Departments. The work is varied and interesting and there is considerable opportunity to use personal initiative_ Working conditions are excellent Please apply to : PERSONNEL MANAGER. WILKINSON
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
1 SITUATIONS VACANT

1 SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT PART-TIME bar relief for Friday and Saturday nights each week. Carnarvon Hotel. Tel. ACO 46%. A PARTS storeman (motor trade). Senior position is available for an experienced man who preferably has knowledge of Vauxhall-Bedford products. Location is with main de
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
STOREMAN

STOREMAN

required for modern wallpaper Depot. Sou!: gait employed in friendly and pkasant surroundings. Applicant must be able to drive van in cmergencv circumstances. only Apply: HARLEQUIN WALLPAPERS WADSWORTH CLOSL WADSWORTH ROAD. PERIVALL MIDDLESEX AlPerSos 3444 SIMMS GROUP RESEARCH A
August 3, 1967 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England