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FERGUSON'S VICTORY

FERGUSON'S VICTORY

(Continued from Front Page) Trust laws, were dismissed by agreement of both sides. Sixty-seven . years old Mr. Harry Ferguson was at his Cotswold home at Stow-on-the- Wold when the judgment was announced yesterday. He went to bed at B.4s—his usual time —after taking many telepho
April 10, 1952 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
GIRL 35 DAYS UNCONSCIOUS

GIRL 35 DAYS UNCONSCIOUS

Miss Pauline Pitcher (17). of Spencer Road. Chiswick, London. was still unconscious to-day after 35 days of unconsciousness in West Middlesex Hospital. She was knocked down by a car in Chiswick. Printed bob.lebeo by the Proonetors. o Co ffi. r c entr rfewspepers Unlace:l et the
April 10, 1952 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Sensational Clearance SALE JUMPLIS.R CARDIGANS (aloe linlinear), to be bekl at the LIBERAL CLUB, COVENTRY (Comer a Seethed Poise St..

Sensational Clearance SALE JUMPLIS.R CARDIGANS (aloe linlinear), to be bekl at the LIBERAL CLUB, COVENTRY (Comer a Seethed Poise St..

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April 10, 1952 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MOW VACANCIES

MOW VACANCIES

VACANCIES In the Midlands unemployment Lose by 3,600 to over 16,000 between February and March, which is said to be due to the worker having now to register at the employment exchange to get a job. In this area 14.000 engineering jobs are vacant. Throughout the country vacancies
April 10, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
46,000 more unemployed in textiles

46,000 more unemployed in textiles

From Industrial THE number of registered unemployed on 17 March in Great Britain was 433.000 tincludins 104,000 temporarily stopped), a rise of 39.500 since mid-February. This is the biggest count since the war apart from the 1947 fuel crisis period. The textile industries, in w
April 10, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
TRADE-FIN ANCE-Ci :OMMERCE COMPANY MEETING It W. CRABTREE AND SONS LIMITED

TRADE-FIN ANCE-Ci :OMMERCE COMPANY MEETING It W. CRABTREE AND SONS LIMITED

TRADE -FIN ANCE-Ci :OMMERCE COMPANY MEETING It W. CRABTREE AND SONS LIMITED 32nd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING THE Eind Annual General of K. W. Crabtree ano ..1411:s Was held at the Queen's Hotel. l i rOft t i lu t& of i Ltd. LAldall. The Chairman I.l2eLkad made a Trading I £4ee.712 aft
April 10, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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April 10, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Bradford's Town Clerk replies to Mr: Priestley

Bradford's Town Clerk replies to Mr: Priestley

Criticism wok by Mr. J. I. in en "open to the Town CNA of I on 4 primed in The Yorkshire Observe, yesterday, has k a swift reply from the Town aor e rt W. H. Lootheen. Mr. Priestlvy's was in to the fire Sank. Contreithoe's decision refusing permission the performance on Sunday,
April 10, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
11 litre JOWETT .T.AVE LI N

11 litre JOWETT .T.AVE LI N

i.. 4 JO A I{-litre Jowett Javelin driven by Marcel Becquart and Roy Lunn beat all closed cars regardless of class, gaining the premier award t• effkAil confirmstrai LIMITED • IDLE • '----.'"......."' '''''\us siiiiiiiilosiiiiiisimmoimh
April 10, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
"ONLY DIFFICULTY "

"ONLY DIFFICULTY "

Lord Simon said it was clear that evidence of similar facts " could not in any case be admissible to support an accusation unless those facts were connected in some relevant way with the accused and his participation in crime. The only difficulty arose from the form of the summi
April 10, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England