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January 4, 1973 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
You are invited to object to Acton's 'new comp school'

You are invited to object to Acton's 'new comp school'

()EJECTIONS to the proposed enlargement of Acton County School have neen 'called for by Ealing Council and the Department of Education and Scienvz. A notice stuck to the front porch of the school' He Said that the IPC had concerning Acton ( ounty says that the Secretary of been
January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
'M -squad' tops for Rangers MARSH AND KEEN PUT THEM AHEAD GAZETTE AND POST. THURSDAY. JANUARY 4. I% Rodney Marsh

'M -squad' tops for Rangers MARSH AND KEEN PUT THEM AHEAD GAZETTE AND POST. THURSDAY. JANUARY 4. I% Rodney Marsh

(below) avoids the tackle of a defender to slip the ball past Pat Dunne for Rangers' first goal after only two minutes, and (above) Dunne wins a goalmouth duel for the ball with lan 40 ' 6 Ak ~ 4 44 % - 'NO . 4 e 04.3.1 t •
January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
BRIAN FIVE VITAL POINTS

BRIAN FIVE VITAL POINTS

Qt EEN'S PARK RANGERS' Rave eery reason to loot hack on 1%7 as "their yaw." in which they won the Lease Cup and promotion to the second division in the snort season, and ended the year on top of division two. Their three genies over the flwistnias period brought them five points
January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
GAZETTE AND POST. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 19613

GAZETTE AND POST. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 19613

January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
HERE'S VEE

HERE'S VEE

- FROM THE WINDMILL TO EALING TOWN HALL LOVELY Ve e Frances (above) came to Ealing Town Hall on Monday thinly disguised as Dick Whittington. Vete Frances is a former Windmill girl and her lead part in the pantomime is a big change from the chorus line. The pantomime will be perf
January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
LET THE SCOTS SHOW YOU SCOTLAND

LET THE SCOTS SHOW YOU SCOTLAND

Eastern Scottish experts' know the country intimately. Their coach tours are planned to provide travellers with the widest possible selection of routes. The hotels used en route are of a high standard and the drivers are capable, courteous men with a comprehensive knowledge of t
January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
2 DAY SERVICE LONDON—EDINBURGH £10.10.0. (choice of Ease or West coast note) 3 DAY SIGHTSEEING TOUR LONDON—EDINBURGH . . .

2 DAY SERVICE LONDON—EDINBURGH £10.10.0. (choice of Ease or West coast note) 3 DAY SIGHTSEEING TOUR LONDON—EDINBURGH . . .

. £16.10.0. (ovornght stops at Stratford and Wrndartnana) 4 DAY SIGHTSEEING TOUR LONDON—EDINBURGH . . . . £22. 0.0. (overnight stops at Stratford, Charter awl Windermere) 7 DAYS EDINBURGH, SCOTT COUNTRY AND LOCH LOMOND . £37. 00. 9 DAYS PITLOCHRY AND LOCH NESS £45 0.0. 6 DAYS TR
January 4, 1968 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England