June 1961
New Yorker;6/3/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 16, p122
The article presents a reprint of the article "There'll Always Be an England," which appeared in the periodical "London Times," which focuses on the dismissal of the appeal of Alice Power of Wimbledon, England against the refusal of the Wimbledon Borough Council to grant her a licence to open a pet shop at the Arcade, Wimbledon Broadway. The council objects the inaccessibility of the shop during the night. It cites that possible impact of the plan to transport birds and fish every night.


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