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FARM HANDS WANTED GENERAL FARM WORKER required. preferred. Foreign not objected to; Bury district.— Write Box 620. Free Press.'' Burv

FARM HANDS WANTED GENERAL FARM WORKER required. preferred. Foreign not objected to; Bury district.— Write Box 620. Free Press.'' Burv

St, Edmunds. clO LAD for general farm work, abl to drive tractor, or willing learn. Rolfe. Squlrrell’a Hall. Walsham-lc-Willows. 11 RELIABLE HAND MILKER for small herd; fill up time on farm. 5-roomed bungalow available. water.—D. Borley. Great Barton. 10 TRACTOR DRIVER, able to
March 7, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
FOR STARRED

FOR STARRED

ITEMS THE TRAVERSE - BURY ST. EDMUNDS SOLE AGENT GOR-RAY SKIRTS
March 7, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Coal cart's candle lamp went out L iTE lETTERS 'What is he hiding ?' SIR. -What is “E.C.F.” talking about

Coal cart's candle lamp went out L iTE lETTERS 'What is he hiding ?' SIR. -What is “E.C.F.” talking about

and what is he hiding My only regret is that the Trade Unions did not ha\c as much sway during the past six years as big business. The Labour Government needed all the backing they got from the T.U. movement. like the phrase ’• un-British reckoning of old scores.” but we arc not
March 7, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Phene 1091

Phene 1091

CUT THtS OUT lor referenc*. You may need It later on. • News in Advertisements
March 7, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
BABY CARRIAGES by MARMET OSNATH DENETTE DINKLEY MONTFORD PEDIGREE S. 0. LEEWAY SEE BURY'S BABY CARRIAGE SPECIALISTS HENLEY'S 58 “•

BABY CARRIAGES by MARMET OSNATH DENETTE DINKLEY MONTFORD PEDIGREE S. 0. LEEWAY SEE BURY'S BABY CARRIAGE SPECIALISTS HENLEY'S 58 “•

Visit our BABYLAND DEPT., Ist Floor
March 7, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
EASTERTIDE SALE SHIRTS & SOCKS

EASTERTIDE SALE SHIRTS & SOCKS

COMMENCES FRIDAY, MARCH 28th, 2 p.m. 500 SHIRTS 16/11, 3 for 50/- Today's Price 35 11 1,000 pr. SOCKS 3/9, 3 for 10/6 Today's Price 6/5 a pair Make sure you see our Windows, and take this opportunity to save Pounds at DIXON & PARKER’S 22-23 MARKET PLACE
March 21, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM

GRANTHAM

Telephone 110 ‘Unda-lift’ brassieres and Foundations ... both keep their shape through count* less washings ... both cost less than 7/- each. G. W. GREEN & SON 49/ SI HIGH STREET Phone 859 Estbd. 1911 em lt has bra... per fee I separation, adjustable ' shoulder straps,} botes f
March 21, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
House rents high? You spend more on cigarettes! MORE money is spent cigarettes than on rent, rates and water charges

House rents high? You spend more on cigarettes! MORE money is spent cigarettes than on rent, rates and water charges

together, and considerably more still is spent alcoholic drink, while during the last 50 years expenditure falling on rates has sixfold. Revealing these facts in a talk on “Who Pays?” to Grantham Rotary Club on Monday, the Borough Treasurer ■Rotarian M. F. Bates) said that Grant
March 21, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
STARTED AS BUTCHER

STARTED AS BUTCHER

STARTED BUTCHER Brought up with his uncle, the late Mr, Henry Grist, at Barrowbv, Mi, served his apprenticeship as butcher with the late Mr. Ben SindaH. at Grantham, but his love the land claimed him for agriculture. After spell Sedgebrook he became employed the Allington Estate,
March 21, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
EMPLOYEES OF LOCAL FIRM Married at Grantham Employees of British M.A R.Co , Grantham, who are swimming and lennis enthusiasts.

EMPLOYEES OF LOCAL FIRM Married at Grantham Employees of British M.A R.Co , Grantham, who are swimming and lennis enthusiasts.

were principals in wedding at St. John’s church. Grantham, on Saturday. The bride was Miss Pauline June Palmer. second_ daughter of Mr and Mrs, H, F. Palmer, of 86. Springtield-road, Grantham, and the bridegroom Mr. Ernest Bacon, youngeat son Mrs. and the late Mr. E. Bacon, of B
March 21, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England