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Peter Lovell

Interviewed by Trish Levido on 6 January 2010
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Peter Lovell. No, I just took it for granted because I had several mates at school that also owned businesses up there and that was the normal thing for them. There was Sidler’s milk bar and Anthony used to work with his father there. It was directly opposite the old library, which is now Boronia House. The entrance gate was Sidler’s milk bar. It wasn’t the only milk bar we had three in Spit Junction. One around the corner, Saltze, just past the bookshop and there was one over in the old King’s Theatre complex before it was demolished. I had another mate Tom Petrov and his parents owned the fish shop in Spit Road.