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arise between them, and the sequence in which they fight to the death Is I the highlight of the production.

arise between them, and the sequence in which they fight to the death Is I the highlight of the production.

An excellent story, which lovers of historical drama will revel in 1 W ITEKI.IIO SRI E (Classic, Croydon: Th day. Friday and saturday.i I ROBERT TAYLOR and Vivien Leigh star in this moving melodrama, which has its background formed by the war of 1914-18. A strong supporting cast
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
CROYDON'S WARSHIP WE

CROYDON'S WARSHIP WE

February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
THORNTON HEATH

THORNTON HEATH

NORTH CROYDON YOUTH' ST. JOSEPH'S A.T.C. CLUB New Headquarters Opened Satisfactory Progress The headquarters of St. Joseph's College Air Training Corps The concert given in St. Stephen's 179th Squadron) were opened on Sun- Hall, Winterbourne - road, Thornton day by Air Commodore
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
UPPER NORWOOD DOES 4: THEIR BEST

UPPER NORWOOD DOES 4: THEIR BEST

Air Commodore Chamier thrilled the boys with descriptions of aerial adventures, including Ms own. Urging them to be speedy, he said no one could do more than his best. The R.A.F. was looking eagerly forward to having them. already received 5,000 Cadets, and had been very Impress
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
NORIWRY BAPTIST CHURCH

NORIWRY BAPTIST CHURCH

Gratifying Reports At Annual Meeting The annual chinch meeting of Norbury Baptist Church was held on Wednesday evening. Mr. W. G. White (church secretarYi prescoted a . ..eport. Although 19 new members joined the church during the year there had been a alight decrease in members
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
'OSTBAG • sure that hundreds of people expect the Corporation to accept responal-Witty in the matter. A. J. BAKER. Tudor-road, South Norwood.

'OSTBAG • sure that hundreds of people expect the Corporation to accept responal-Witty in the matter. A. J. BAKER. Tudor-road, South Norwood.

'OSTBAG • sure that hundreds of people expect the Corporation to accept responal- Witty in the matter. A. J. BAKER. Tudor-road, South Norwood. The ROISOVaI Of Iron Railings The removal oi iron railings by the Ministry of Supply from vaus areas in the borough has canoed considerab
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
Bite, But—

Bite, But—

ASOUTH CROYDON tradesman had occasion recently to call on a business friend in a salubrious suburb of the town where, of course. the houses are named and not numbered. For this reason, and the fact that the neighbours are complete • sttangers, he had considerable difficult% In f
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
"M " WARDENS' EFFICIENCY CUP

"M " WARDENS' EFFICIENCY CUP

IThe "M" District Wardens' , clency cup, which is contested for at ' three months' Interval, was won this mrune by Post M. 84. The inspection d Judging ox the Posts was carried out by the Deputy Chief Warden und rap Stan (Meer. Mr. D. G. Doldle. and were given for Interior and e
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
THORNVILLE LOSE TO SMITHAM

THORNVILLE LOSE TO SMITHAM

THORNVILLE SMITHAM visited the Thorns at Lloyd's Park last. Saturday, and brought back two • vital points. which, as both teams are striving hard for League honours. with Beverley*. Clarits% btanley )I*. ease aLandance, will no doubt prove a deciding factor. At hail-time Smitham
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England