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lILMOURS that preferential treatment will be gisen to applicants who (offered to pad for their keep in the new Hanwell old folk's home in Boston-road scheduled for completion at the end of nest monthwere denied Ald. Frank Tann on Wednesdro. Ald. !ann. chairman of the (greater Fa
28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
LAN ES-II ATCHETT

LAN ES-II ATCHETT

A Beaconsfield man married an Ealing girl in a V conducted hy the Res. A H. Curtis at the Church of the Ascension. Beaufort - ro.J. Ealing. on Saturday. They were Mr. Jonathan Robert Lasses. elder son of Mr. and Mrs R, Lawm of "Woodstead.** Bearswood-lane. Beaconsfield. ■nd Miss
28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
GAS ROOM HEATERS

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The Main SELSDON puts out a kingsize amount of glorious room-round heat at a choice of four different temperature settings. Automatic ignition, and a silver grille and polished fender. For colours a choice of charcoal, grey, ivory or copper bronze. £20.12.6 or £2.1.3 down and el
28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
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28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
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28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 

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ROUNDABOUT NOTES

ROUNDABOUT NOTES

OFFICES - NO HOTEL \A O HERE. it seems, in the major deselopment plans of Ealing is any pros ision being made for a new hotel. Extensive office blocks and shops are there. new homes are taking shape. hut there is no indication that a contemporary hotel will feature in the - new'
28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
that the name or

that the name or

that t he name the new borough. when the three arnalgelll.lle should he Ealing Now the minister has raised the question coats of arms for the new boroughs. While Acton and Southall were quite ready to he known. after 1965. as Ealing. they may not he quite so ready to drop complet
28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
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Total Mr 3 eft.) 117

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28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
QUAKER OATS LTD.

QUAKER OATS LTD.

YOUNG LADY CASHIER'S DEPT. aged 2025 required ter .nterestme post In our rashers Department Dittoes , n• elde the handing cash and Olives and some 'hachure/ .or Knowledge of Immo esseet.a, News Q-5 5-day week Per onnel Manager, , Bridge Road, Southall Tel. SOU 2388
28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

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28 September 1963 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England