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Estd. e e:e3 : lan For eyesight or glasses Consult : BATEMAN Certified Sight Testing Opticians 36 GEORGE ST. CROYDON

Estd. e e:e3 : lan For eyesight or glasses Consult : BATEMAN Certified Sight Testing Opticians 36 GEORGE ST. CROYDON

National Health Insurance Opticians sea on th: H SA Official List of Opticians
February 7, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
UNAVAILING CHASE

UNAVAILING CHASE

He was chased by two of the shop assistants, who shouted "Stop him!" One of the assistants got almost within reach of the man as he rode over the crossing at Central Hill, but as he grabbed at him the thief swerved and the assistant was hampered by a 'bus that had come across fr
August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
MR. MARK HAYLER BROADCASTS

MR. MARK HAYLER BROADCASTS

Finland Congress Impressions Mr. Mark Hayler, Lodge Deputy of "The Hope of South Norwood" Lodge of the International Order of Good Tempters. who is English delegate to the 22nd International Congress Against Alcoholism, which nag been taking place in Helsinki (Finland), broadcas
August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
FORTNIGHTS ENTERTAINMENT

FORTNIGHTS ENTERTAINMENT

This event is known as Entertainment Fortnight, and thousands of shoppers know that during this event a very pleasant day can be spent in the Store. Whether you are on shopping or sightseeing, Kennards is a place not to be missed during the next two weeks.
August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
Hurt By Faittug Timber

Hurt By Faittug Timber

Struck on the head by falling Limber when engaged in building operations pt Addington. on Wednesday. Mr. K. A. Dean 419 i. of Hamsey Green-gardens. Sanderstead, suffered injury to his head. Struck By 'Bus Struck by a 'bus as she was crossing Selsdon-road. near the "Swan and Suga
August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
HMO WET FOR DANCING

HMO WET FOR DANCING

The sodden ground caused the organisers to abandon their plans for floodlit dancing on the grass. but when at last the crowds went home long after darkhad fallen, there was no one who ; could say the weather had prevented the Whyteleafe Fete. 1939. from being again a ; successfu
August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
THE DEFENCE

THE DEFENCE

Telling Mrs. Lewis's story to the Bench. Mr. Stevens said that nine years ago her invalid husband died, and she was then left with five children. whose ages ranged from six to fourteen. Her husband left her only a few pounds. and with no outside assistance she brought up the chi
August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
SUN. 13th

SUN. 13th

August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
WEAK SPOTS IN CROYDON'S A.R.P. SYSTEM

WEAK SPOTS IN CROYDON'S A.R.P. SYSTEM

;tint Gitolheartmaennytea'cm-rkhatfta, '. A ELSS ROBERTS this week told a d M o iss wit F e e the rts de lighilst Vas addressing the House * "Croydon Times" reporter, that she it was used by them for propaganda Do? Mr. Vyvyan Adams, M.P.. referred to "the none the less bright an
August 12, 1939 - Croydon Times - London, London, England