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Civil Defence Report Recruiting Drive to Start on Sunday Introducing to the Norfolk County Council the report of the Civil

Civil Defence Report Recruiting Drive to Start on Sunday Introducing to the Norfolk County Council the report of the Civil

Defence Committee, Rear-Admiral A. H. Taylor said it had been their object to provide secure framework on which to build. They were now in a position to recommend the name of area controller for the North Walsham area, Major- Gen. H. H. Rich, of Cley, completing the nominations
October 13, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
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11 Norfolk 1 Suffolk Journal rff m – (lxjiresi * # " I •‘arc, m

Norfolk 1 Suffolk Journal * # •‘arc, No. 4261 Established 1864 Ith, 1950 Registered the Genera] Post Office n Newsnaoer
May 26, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Empty Sacks and Bags Urgently Wanted PULPS, MEALS, MANURES, BAGGING, Etc. Authorised Collector for British Sugar Corporation Ltd., Bury St.

Empty Sacks and Bags Urgently Wanted PULPS, MEALS, MANURES, BAGGING, Etc. Authorised Collector for British Sugar Corporation Ltd., Bury St.

Edmund's, Ipswich, King's Lynn and Wisslsgton. J. W. BREWSTER, BANHAM, NORWICH ‘Phone Quidenhnm 219.
December 29, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Make Your Goal To-night Burston Strike School Where a WHIST DRIVE will be held. Commencing at 7.30 p.m. Admission 2/-

Make Your Goal To-night Burston Strike School Where a WHIST DRIVE will be held. Commencing at 7.30 p.m. Admission 2/-

(including Miniature and Refreshments) Proceeds for Football Club Funds
November 3, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WINTER WEAR DELAY MEANS ADDED EXPENSE

WINTER WEAR DELAY MEANS ADDED EXPENSE

Send your enquiries to us at Tay fen Road, Bury St. Edmund's Telephone; Bury St. Edmund's 1032 We specialise in Tarmacadam and all types of surfacing work
November 3, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
£ Norfolk d Suffolk Journal and Piss Express Friday, November 3rd, 11

£ Norfolk d Suffolk Journal and Piss Express Friday, November 3rd, 11

£ Norfolk Suffolk Journal and Piss Express Friday, November 3rd, 11 Jltirttjs, jilarriages, fleattjs.cU ENGAGEMENT CUBBITT SAUNDERS. Mr. and Mrs. J. Saunders. Ivy Farm, Yaxley, Suffolk, have pleasure in announcing the engagement of their daughter, Yvonne Mary, to John Gordon, son
November 3, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
i(M) lIOUHS WORK!

i(M) lIOUHS WORK!

lIOUHS WORK! typic xhibition vealed the comnite patience counties! tly completed 3f Mr. H. G. Rackham colcui depicted in almost jig form a picture a lady making perfect example The screen, already taken 3f Mr. Rackham’s precision woodworl ill not completed, ha me 400-500 hoi time
November 3, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SAW HE WAS DYING

SAW HE WAS DYING

Ruddock fell and hit his head on a high office stool. Witness called for help and with assistance loosened Ruddock s clothing and they saw he was dying. He had known Ruddock for about twelve months and he had always appeared to be healthy and cheerful. Referring to the death, th
November 3, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
CONDUCTED TOUR

CONDUCTED TOUR

Later the visitors were conducted on a tour of the premises including the machine shop. The various stages of work were explained and it was pointed out that the modern machinery enabled output to be increased approximately 100 per cent. Accompanying the visitors were Mr. W. D.
November 3, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
The Defence

The Defence

The defence opened on Monday, when William Henry George Peters, in evidence, said he bought the farm in April, 1947. It had not been run as a dairy farm and he had to stock it as such. In October his wife became ill and had to go to Beccles Hospital for an operation. When she re
November 3, 1950 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England