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Anxiety

Anxiety

The substantial increase in the cost of coal has meant everincreasing anxiety about the future of opal-burning vessels. _ _ but it is hoped That the Pictures and reports of the week's weddings are on page 3 increase in the voyage payments under the government subsidy scheme to c
December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Lord-street, Douglas. Isle of Man. The bride's brother. Mr. J. Patterson, gave her away and she wore a dress of

Lord-street, Douglas. Isle of Man. The bride's brother. Mr. J. Patterson, gave her away and she wore a dress of

white figured taffeta and a three-quarter length veil held by a pearl headdress. Her bouquet was of red carnations. . Miss Margaret Patterson, sister,
December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Was, I. ANC IMINCIDES

Was, I. ANC IMINCIDES

Was, I. ANC APPROVAL NO. 11 14. as
December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
to you

to you

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December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Unknown

Unknown

December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW

RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW

December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
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December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
a rumpus

a rumpus

TOMORROW night's TV broad-: Christmas card variety but a cast from Fleetwood recalls slushy grey whiteness with some a sound broadcast 25 years ago' roads as treacherous as glass. by the BBC which was the talkl But the rain came to the of the town for weeks and caused] rescue an
December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Surprising

Surprising

Al.:o speaking at the dinner s I: Mr. Henry Morgan, a guest expressed his concern at "the , wnward trend of Fleetwood's trade." Again a surprising statement. . 1 N VI . a t . .. . .• ,' o s. -...-..:. ••-- >. ~..4,' - • - . MR. C. H. CARLTON SMITH, Fleetwood Corporation Entertai
December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
the running surfaces of his skis. This is ' Fluon ', the name for polytetrafluoroethylene p.t.f.e. for short one of

the running surfaces of his skis. This is ' Fluon ', the name for polytetrafluoroethylene p.t.f.e. for short one of

tho most remarkable plastics materials ever developed. P.t.fe. has an extremely ' slippery' surface, to which practically nothing will stick. On snow, this has the effect of greatly reducing friction, and enables skiers to attain higher speeds property has led to the use of' Flu
December 30, 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England