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Blackburn contingent

Blackburn contingent

Shortly after most of the Newcastle supporters had detrained, the first of the Blackburn supporters arrived at the Central Station, bringing witb them In addition to the blue-andwhlte favours and rattles, bells and occasional bugle One man who was selling 6s. tickets for £1 each
April 2, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
will offer for BALB BY AUCTION.

will offer for BALB BY AUCTION.

will offer for BALB AUCTION. At Institute. Albion Place. Leeds 1. 4 p.m.. Thursday. April 3. 1952. residence. 1. ROAD. PAR HEADIHOLEY. LEEDS 6 Beautifully convened Into Self-con tamed Luxury Plats, with vac. ground-floor flat. Kxcit income from tenanted portion, Invited Solicitor
April 2, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
iMMODATION

iMMODATION

LONDON A smaJi. clean and comfortable and Breakfast Hotel. 1 am. Xioi'i Cross Be aacras Buttons; terms mode rata; weekly terse, children welcome; parties catered for Florence Hotel. B. Argy'.e Street. London 1 Terrain 2056 f Aslend Hotel. Coram St.. W C.l. B from 12/6. h and . a
April 2, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
keen dud

keen dud

WHIT* HART LANS About 15.000 saw Spur* kick off. once made progress on the right, but Walter* checked Conditions were good, and the teams had every chance attractive football. 'Spurs ground start had worked hours on the tOrf. which was devoid sand. Hudderslteld came near scoring
April 2, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
"The Shoe with a Pedigree" Here charming Bow Trimmed Casual Shoe in Brown Black and Cherry Red Calf Its graceful

"The Shoe with a Pedigree" Here charming Bow Trimmed Casual Shoe in Brown Black and Cherry Red Calf Its graceful

lines built to caress vour foot will lightenevery step, and remember you do not huv " CYNELLA." pay Purch buy At leading Shoe " CYNELLA." tor your nearest stockists. -T w n , . s.t_*ot your nearest stockists. tnt?EET. MANCHESTER
April 2, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOUR YEARS FOR THEFT Jack Driver tag). orlcklaycr. Brlerly Street Leeds was sent to prison tor tour yean at Leeds

FOUR YEARS FOR THEFT Jack Driver tag). orlcklaycr. Brlerly Street Leeds was sent to prison tor tour yean at Leeds

Quarter Sessions today for stealing pair of binoculars from ear bouse where be was working a Jobbing gardener and tor four offences stealing money given to buy gardening materials the owners of other houses where had storked gardener He was said have had seven previous convictio
April 2, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
296 NAVAL MEN ATTEND Gun Crews SPECIAL INVESTITURE at Palace

296 NAVAL MEN ATTEND Gun Crews SPECIAL INVESTITURE at Palace

PENSIONERS' 'MEAGRE' AID Retired civil servants are bitterly disappointed at the scale ol relief foreshadowed for them and other publicservice pensioners in the Budqet. says a report isued to-day Mr. H. S. Webb (Hon. Secretary ol the Civil Service Pensioners' Alliance). "Assista
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TO DAY AND REMAINDER OF

TO DAY AND REMAINDER OF

WEEK. TREVOR HOWARD, RALPH RICHARDSON. WENDY HILLER. KERIMA, OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS (A) 2.10, 5.25. 40. JOHN IRELAND. THE BIG DECISION (a) Doors 1.40. Last Programme 7.5
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
RANDOLPH TURPIN

RANDOLPH TURPIN

The British Middleweiqht champion, will definitely fipht Renarto Tontini. at Harringay. on April 22. The Italian ivanted the contest at 12$t. I0lb„ but Turpin, who is. after all. middleweight, did not want to go over the light heavyweight liinit of 12st. 7lb. Tontini has now agr
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
MARTHA SARAH CREASY

MARTHA SARAH CREASY

DECEASED. Pursuant to the Trustee Act, ALL persons having claims against the Estate of late of 30 Twyford Road, Willington in the County of Derby. Widow, who died on the 20th day of February 1952. and whose Will dated the 2nd day of May 1949 appointed NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK L
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England