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Printed and Published by the LOUTH & NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE ADVERTISER NEWSPAPER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY, LTD., at their Offices. No.

Printed and Published by the LOUTH & NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE ADVERTISER NEWSPAPER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY, LTD., at their Offices. No.

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April 5, 1952 - Louth and North Lincolnshire Advertiser - Louth, Lincolnshire, England
 
MR. CYRIL E. BELL is in attendance at 136, Eastgate, Louth, every day excepting Thursday by appointment only. At MABLETHORPE

MR. CYRIL E. BELL is in attendance at 136, Eastgate, Louth, every day excepting Thursday by appointment only. At MABLETHORPE

on Thursday by appointment only. CYRIL E. BELL, F.S.M.C. Qualified Ophthalmic Optician 36 EASTGATE LOUTH 'Phone: Louth 280. 47, VICTORIA ROAD MABLETHORPE 'Phone: Mahlethorpe 3212.
April 5, 1952 - Louth and North Lincolnshire Advertiser - Louth, Lincolnshire, England
 
April

April

Easter time our thoughts turn to the planning f holidays. Then is the time to remember the clp which the country-wide organisation of the Midland Bank can provide. It is, for example, ften convenient to give the Bank a Standing 3rder for the payment ot such regularly ccurnng ite
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
They The Of O LL too well remem- *- bered are the headline stories of the Portsmouth blitz the destruction

They The Of O LL too well remem- *- bered are the headline stories of the Portsmouth blitz the destruction

of the Guildhall, of the great department stores and of other landmarks. The account of these disasters will be passed on by word of mouth from generation to generation. In The Portsmouth Story we shall seek to preserve the human testimony which might otherwise be lost. By court
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NOTED IN NELSON’S COLUMN

NOTED IN NELSON’S COLUMN

(By Our Naval Correspondent) 'fITWO Netherlands Navy air squadrons which were embarked in the Home Fleet carrier Indomitable for the autumn cruise renewed acquaintance with the British flagship during the later stages of the spring cruise, just ended. This time, however, they we
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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MID-WEEK OFFERS FOR PERSONAL SHOPPERS ONLY. Special Reduction Ripple Cloth, 36in. wide, at 5 11 per yard in Rose Saxe, for Dressing Gowns, Bed Jackets, etc. At 91, London Road, Palmerston Road, and Lee-on-Solent. A 15'11 (maker s price) 54in. Grey Flannel Suiting for # No more a
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
■rpHOUGH no yachtsman could cherish the wild p| . oblem that clubs t0 hold weather of March, the last few

■rpHOUGH no yachtsman could cherish the wild p| . oblem that clubs t0 hold weather of March, the last few

days have seen the combined regattas should hold season off to fine start. Indeed, champagne parties them alternate years, have marked two memorable occasions. a tl ng%f Pmasm^rh'Ha^ On Saturday afternoon Mrs hour Racing and Sailing A J. Whittall, wife of the , „ R r, Associatio
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Portsmouth Is Getting More Offal I NCREASED allocations ■ of offal which Portsmouth has been receiving over the past fortnight

Portsmouth Is Getting More Offal I NCREASED allocations ■ of offal which Portsmouth has been receiving over the past fortnight

continue this week, with perhaps a slight drop, but it is not known lor how long the City will get the extra amounts. Imported oital largely accounts for increase, which brings the allocation up an amount about three times that which the City has received past months. This infor
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SUPPLY OF FAT

SUPPLY OF FAT

Answering questions concerning fat reduction raised by Councillor Thorrowgood at the last meeting. Mr. Wiseman said that the allocation to bakers and confectioners had been reduced from 75 per cent, to per cent, of the datum, and for fish fivers there was a reduction of permits
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FOLLOWED LORRY

FOLLOWED LORRY

On February 16 the police followed lorry belonging to the firm from the home of Winterbourne to the store in Cosham Street. The police found the two defedants together there Earl was holding a piece of cardboard and on the ground was a piece of sacking on which were number of le
April 2, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England