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ACCUSED OF WIFE'S MURDER Stayed Two Months At Tenterden

ACCUSED OF WIFE'S MURDER Stayed Two Months At Tenterden

On his return to France la,t week atter a two-month stay at Ashenden, Tenterden (the home of his sister), a 25-year-old wealthy Brazilian, Don John Carlos de Silva Ramos, was held for questioning by Paris police in connection with inquiries into the death of his young heiress wi
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
DROVE IN TOWN

DROVE IN TOWN

Son of a former Brazilian diplomat, Don Ramos was often seen in Tenterden driving a Bentley car. Mr. Cruttemien, manager of Bourne's Garage i❑ the told a Kentish Empress reporter:— "He came in several times for petrol and other small items for his car. The last time was about a
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
HIGH TIDE

HIGH TIDE

Folkestone—Greenwich Mean Time Jan. 1 1271 ... 13:3 ' „ 12.36 ... 1: 3 • ... 1.17 ... 1.50 ~ 9 ... 2. 2 ... 2.33 „ 10 ... 2.49 ... 3.22 • 11 ... 3.40 ... 4.17 ~ 12 ... 4.37 ... 5.20 Dover 3 mine later. Deal 7 mina later. Dymchurch 14 min•. earlier. Dungeness 20 mtns earlier.
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
SONTIMUED ON PAGE FIVE

SONTIMUED ON PAGE FIVE

EXPRESS, JANVARY V, 'MO -.Pall
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENTSt WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18th. at 1.30 p.m.—VICARAGE FIELD. ST. MICHAEL'S. LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK & EFFECTS. for Mr.

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENTSt WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18th. at 1.30 p.m.—VICARAGE FIELD. ST. MICHAEL'S. LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK & EFFECTS. for Mr.

F Bourne WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 25th.— At TENTERDEN Th. Freehold Pronortr "HOTTRNE FARM COT! (; E." HIGH II ILDEN. Possebsioll. For Mr. Brown. knetion Offices. Tenterdea (phone 113).
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
MORE COUNCIL RENTS

MORE COUNCIL RENTS

INCREASED Deal Town Council on Tie-day decided by 18-9 votes to increase the rents of 216 post-war houses by 3 , . 3.1. a week' to 184, 9d. (exclusive), making the gross ROBBED COLLEAGUES tent 25s 9d. a week. Leslie W. Ashby (42), of Aeorn•rd. A statement by the borough accounta
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
VINEYARDS IN KENT

VINEYARDS IN KENT

Sir,—Your article in the Kentish Express of Dec. 23 on Mr, _}!yams' grape-growing at 3lolash refers to the vineyards at Sutton Valence mentioned in Domesday Book 'There is reason to believe that some of these %ineyards flourished for some centuries later. On this farm, which adj
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
SMEETH

SMEETH

RENT TRIBUNAL.—At Ashford, on Tuesday, the Area Rent Tribunal reduced the weekly rental of an unfurnished cottage, Forgo End, Sineeth, from 255. to 19s, (inclusive), The property (two bedrooms. sittingroom and kitchen, with electric water heater and cooker) wa s from Miss W. D.
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
PUBLIC SERVICES

PUBLIC SERVICES

Apart from his business activities, he has been prominent in the public life of Kent for many years. A county councillor for West Ashford since 1937, he became a county alderman eight months ago and is chairman of the Kent County Council's smallholdings committee, besides being
January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England
 
FOR FARM & GARDEN AND IMPLEMENTS

FOR FARM & GARDEN AND IMPLEMENTS

January 6, 1950 - Kentish Express - Ashford, Kent, England