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ALDERMAN SAM RODEN is to be Croydon's next Mayor. The special Mayoralty Committee last week decided unanimously to recognise Aid.

ALDERMAN SAM RODEN is to be Croydon's next Mayor. The special Mayoralty Committee last week decided unanimously to recognise Aid.

Roden's long public service in the Borough by inviting him to take the office, and this week he his intimated his willingness to accept. He is one of the most popular men in the Town Council and he will be Croydon's first Labour Mayor. His daughter, Miss Matilda E. Roden, will a
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
What do I do 111

What do I do 111

to help feed Britain's pigs and poultry? I put out for collection all unusable kitchen scraps—potato peelings, stumps and outer leaves from greens, turnip and swede peelings, carrot scrapings, bean and pea pods, cheese rind, and even burnt scrapings from milk pudding dishes. Or,
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
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July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
" FUNNY-SONE FROLICS" Hilarous Eitortalonient at' Croydon Empire

" FUNNY-SONE FROLICS" Hilarous Eitortalonient at' Croydon Empire

If you like a show which combines wit. boisterous slapstick and clever dance ensembles, Nat Jackley and Jack Clifford can provide It for you in their exhilarating laugh tonic. "Funny Bone Frolics," which is being presented at the Croydon Empli. this week. Nat and Jack become mix
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
EDDINGS

EDDINGS

).iiid-LT. N. ('. SNP I bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. PARRIS F. R. Thompson, of Enmore-avenue, Sanderstead Congregational Church I South Norwood, The Rev. D. A. Or was the scene of a pretty wedding on officiated. Saturday, when 2nd-Lt. Norman I The bride, given away b
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
UPPER NORWOOD ST. JOHN'S GARDEN FETE Raising Funds for Insurance

UPPER NORWOOD ST. JOHN'S GARDEN FETE Raising Funds for Insurance

I Mrs. F. L. Walker, wife of the Of:ricer Commanding the Norwood Battalion of the Home Guard, opened a successful fete and garden party ne:d by members of friends of St John's Church, Upper Norwood, on Saturday. Th, Hey. E. C. Bailey I Vicar) welcomed Lt.-Col. and Mrs. Walker, W
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
FUEL ECONOMY CAMPAIGN: HELPFUL HINTS Voluntary Rationing May Prevent Compulsory Rationing

FUEL ECONOMY CAMPAIGN: HELPFUL HINTS Voluntary Rationing May Prevent Compulsory Rationing

11 , e seen be National Fuel I Campaign emphasising the Importance of Ina gas, coke, you at ill probably hat e been at tering if I are any gractical hints on I uel econow which could be applied lit our honnsf. Wandering into the Croydon Gas Company showrooms the other day, "Croy
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
PANEL MEDICAL SCHEME Upper Norwood And Whitehorse Manor Wards Included

PANEL MEDICAL SCHEME Upper Norwood And Whitehorse Manor Wards Included

CROYDON Public Assistance Committee, at Wl* meeting at the Town Hall on Monday. when oouncillor H. (Chairman) presided, agreed that as from a date to be fixed, the Panel Medical Scheme be extended to include the Upper Norwood and Whitehorse Manor Wards, and that the pool for the
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
TRAINEES

TRAINEES

IThe trainees. it was stated, had wages, plus 245. 6d. weekly billeting allowance, but paintiff had charged Pulpher only one guinea a week. She she tare as many as 60 trainees at a time, and at present had 20. One of defendant's excuses for not paying was that he could not ,sell
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
TtiL OFFICIAL I...IUNCHING

TtiL OFFICIAL I...IUNCHING

During the next three months there should be practically refuse, except ashes, to be collected from the houses. Paper, bones, rubber and metal must be kept separate and as clean as possible, and placed ready for collection. The official Munching of the campaign will take pleas :
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England