1. Troyhand said:

    NOTW – 09 October 1977

    ANTHONY SMITH, 20, unemployed.
    Albury Road, Chessington, Surrey
    Two grave offences and one indecent assault against two boys: Probation.

    JAMES PAUL McLAUGHLIN, 40, unemployed.
    Langton Road, East Molesey, Surrey. [Headquarters]
    Two grave offences, two indecency charges and one charge of gross indecency against three boys: 2½ years.

    ROYCE PERHAM, 53, mental nurse
    Tanner’s Residence, Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire
    One indecent assault: 9 months suspended.

    PHILIP HARRIS, 40, ticket agent
    St Andrew’s Close, Osterley Road, Isleworth, West London
    One indecent assault and two grave offences against three boys: 2½ years.

    ALEXANDER RODRIGUEZ, 46, unemployed.
    Kensington Road, Kensington, West London
    Attempted grave offences against three boys: 3 years.

    ARTHUR BALDWIN, 58, porter.
    Millfield, Mill Place, Kingston.
    Three indecent assaults against two boys: conditional discharge.

    WILLIAM RICHARD HARRISON, 59, former civil servant (deceased)
    Cambridge Gardens, Cambridge Road, Kingston.
    Five grave offences and six indecent assaults against eight boys: 2 years suspended.

    Willingham Way, Kingston.
    Seven grave offences and two charges of gross indecency against four boys: 5 years.

    ALBERT PURCELL, 39, sales clerk / former scoutmaster
    Old Devonshire Road, Belham, London.
    Two grave offences and one indecent assault against two boys: 2 years.

    ALFRED CHAPMAN, 52, housefather.
    Forbes House, Comber Close, Cricklewood, North London
    Grave offences against two boys and indecent assault on two other boys: 5 years.

    PETER WILLIAM GRAVES, 39, scriptwriter.
    Hampton, Middlesex.
    One indecent assault: fined £50.

    MICHAEL MASON, 28, milkman
    Tudor Road, Hayes, Middlesex.
    Three charges of indecent assault and two of a grave offence, namely buggery against three boys: 4½ years. [Harringay Speeway Track w/ Alfred Chapman, Cricklewood, London]

    JOHN PAINE, 45, Greater London council buyer. [published Mailbox Boys with European boys]
    Betham Road, Greenford, Middlesex.
    One indecent assault and two grave offences against three boys: 3½ years.
    [Sold in bookshop, Nunhead Groave, Nunhead, South-East London. Owner: George Edwards]

    KENNETH POLLINGTON, 52, milkman
    Shadwell Drive, Northolt, Middlesex.
    One indecent assault: 6 months suspended.

    WILLIAM PUNTER, 43, paint sprayer
    Manningtree Road, Ruslip, Middlesex
    Indecent assault against two boys: 9 months.

    JAMES SMITH, 53, shoe salesman
    Victoria Road, Ruslip, Middlesex
    Indecent assault against 2 boys: 12 months suspended.

    Guildford Avenue, Surbiton.
    Two grave offences against one boy: 2 years.

    THOMAS CRAWFORD, retired.
    Ewell Road, Surbiton.
    Attempted grave offence and indecent assault against one boy: 2 years suspended.

    King Charles Road, Surbiton.
    Four grave offences and two charges of gross indecency against four boys: 5 years.

    NORMAN JOHN BUTCHER, 49, publisher.
    Dadogan Drive, Teddington, Richmond
    One indecent assault: fined £50.

  2. Troyhand said:


    Title: Radio control guide /​ by Norman Butcher ; artwork Peter Holland ; photographs Dave Hughes ; additional contributions by Peter Chinn … [et al.].
    Author: Butcher, Norman.
    ***Published: Teddington : Radio Control Publishing Co. Ltd, 1976.***
    Physical Description: 250 p., plate : ill., ports ; 21 cm.
    Subjects: Models and modelmaking — Radio control systems.
    Language: English
    ISBN: 0903676079
    Dewey Number: 629.04/​022/​8

  3. Troyhand said:


    Radio Control Guide: [R/C Installations for Aircraft + Boats & Cars Motor Care & Adjustment Learning How to Fly]
    Norman Butcher
    Book Description: Radio Control Publishing, Middlesex, 1976

    Radio Control Guide: [R/C Installations for Aircraft + Boats & Cars Motor Care & Adjustment Learning How to Fly]
    Butcher, Norman
    Book Description: Surrey: R M Books Ltd 1982, 1982

    Radio Modeller, the Radio Control Magazine for Everyday Enthusiasts. Aug 1974.
    Butcher, Norman. David Hughes,
    Book Description: Radio Modeller, Hampton Hill., 1974.

    Radio Modeller, the Radio Control Magazine for Everyday Enthusiasts. April 1975
    Butcher, Norman. David Hughes,
    Book Description: Radio Modeller, Hampton Hill., 1975.

    Radio Control Guide
    BUTCHER, Norman
    Book Description: The RM Books Division/Chart Hobby Distributors Limited, Littlehampton, 1989. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Acceptable. Fourth Edition Reprinted. 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” Tall. “R/C INSTALLATIONS FOR AIRCRAFT + BOATS & CARS – MOTOR CARE & ADJUSTMENT – LEARNING HOW TO FLY”. Paperback, 250 pages, with illustrations. Artwork: Peter Holland, Photographs: Dave Hughes, additional contributions by Peter Chinn, Roger Bowyer-Lowe, Joe Coetzer.

    Handbuch der RC-Praxis
    Butcher, Norman
    Book Description: Neckar, Schwenningen, 1981

  4. Troyhand said:

    Technical and Scientific Books in Print
    J. Whitaker & Sons, 1974

    Radio Control Publishing Co. Ltd., 64 Wellington Rd., Hampton Hill, Mddx. (9036761

    Skystrike: a history of the evolution of the military aeroplane
    Peter G. Cooksley – Hale 1980

    [Page 11]
    Radio Control Publishing Co. Ltd has given permission to print the drawings of the Hawker Hurricane instrument panel and the Nazi anti-personnel bomb containers originally produced by the author for their publications.


    This is model flying – Martin Dilly
    Elm Tree Books, Dec 1, 1975

    [Page 182]
    Holland, W. P., Low Cost Proportional (Simple pulse techniques and R/C systems.) Radio Control Publishing Co., 1971.

    [Page 183]
    -The Propo Book. (Multi-channel proportional systems, installations and flying.) Radio Control Publishing Co., 1971.

    The Estates Gazette, Volume 254, Part 2 – 1980

    [Page 627]
    Sunningdale – Suffolk House. Two-storey building comprising 1,352 sq ft of offices on the ground-floor and a first-floor flat let to G N T Automatic (UK) on a 9-year lease at £12,500 pa with 3-year reviews. Chancellors & Co acted for the lessors, ****Radio Control Publishing Co.****


    Click to access GNT_4601_Operators_Manual_Jun82.pdf

    GNT Automatic A/S

    ***United Kingdom: GNT AUTOMATIC (UK) Ltd., Suffolk House,***
    High Street, Sunningdale, Berkshire SL5 0NF
    Phone: (990) 25 156/58 – Telex 75 84

    West Germany: GNT AUTOMATIC Datengeräte GmbH, D-8 München 22,
    Königinstrasse 25
    Telefon (089) 28 83 30 – Telex 52 4378

    France: GNT AUTOMATIC FRANCE – 62, Rue de Maréchal Foch,
    78 000 Versailles
    Tel: (3) 950 28 97 – Telex 69 6261

    USA: GNT AUTOMATIC INC – 1560, Trapelo Road, Waltham, Mass. 02154
    Phone: (617) 890-3305 – Telex: 92 3318

    Corporate Headquarters, Denmark: GNT AUTOMATIC A/S – 6, Telefonveh.
    DK-2860 Soeboeg – Phone: (01) 69 51 88 – Telex: 27 064

    Operator’s Manual – June 1982

    1.2 Description
    The GNT 4601 is the ideal paper tape reader/punch combination. It handles serial data at speeds up to 1200 Baud, and all data and control signals conform to RS232C/V24. There is also a current loop facility.

    The GNT 4601 is extremely flexible and has a wide range of applications:
    Word processing systems
    In-line operation between computer and terminal
    Numeric control systems
    General data storage and program loading
    Tape duplication and editing.

    UK and EU Registries for trade mark 1109816

    SERIAL NUMBER: 1109816
    FILING DATE: 2/21/1979
    CLASSES: Electro-mechanical device for producing telex paper tape as a by-product of typing on a typewriter. The device is cable connected to a typewriter.
    LAST LISTED OWNER: GNT Automatic (UK) Limited

    GN acquires 53 percent of the Danish electrical installation producer LK-NES. LK-NES was by far the largest company in the GN conglomerate, which in 1978 consisted of the Great Northern Telegraph Company, Hellesens-Tudor, GNT Automatic, Danavox and LK-NES

  5. Troyhand said:


    1980 – “Crater Scraper” Walking Beam Model – Peter Holland (British)

    1956 – “CABER” Bipedal Walking Model – Peter Holland (British)

    1964 – “Fred”, a light-seeking creature – Peter Holland (British)

    1980 – CRAB (Creeping Robot Activated Balloon) Model – Peter Holland (British)

    1955 – TEAL walking model – Peter Holland (British)

    [Page 2]
    1980 – Mr. Robotham the Great – Peter Holland (British)

    3. (left) Peter Holland’s ‘Mr Robotham the Great’ is a 6ft. 3in. tall walking, talking robot who can also shake hands, bend knees to sit, swivel its body to face people. All functions are operated by radio control. Built of very light materials, it weighs only 6½ pounds.
    [With pic of Peter Holland: Beyond-YIKES!]

    1954-65 – “Mr. Robotham” – Peter Holland – (British)



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