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ON JOYRIDE

ON JOYRIDE

It was stated that a Sunday night joyride the accused had ended in the jeep being wrecked, after it had collided with a Barton Mills house, which was considerably damaged. Flown specially over from Germany. Law Officer Lt.- Col. C. J. Berkowitz asked Shelly it he realised that h
April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
ildl NON-POISONOUS TREBLE STRENGTH NOM.CORROSIV* SELECTIVE WEED KILLER

ildl NON-POISONOUS TREBLE STRENGTH NOM.CORROSIV* SELECTIVE WEED KILLER

NON-POISONOUS TREBLE STRENGTH NOM.CORROSIV* SELECTIVE WEED KILLER for all low-volume work on cereals and grassland. Stocks available at the Distributors :
April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
VACANT POSSESSION

VACANT POSSESSION

on completion. Particulars and conditions of sale the Auctioneers Market Place, (Tel. 384 si; and of the Vendors Solicitors. Messrs Gudgeons. Peecock & Prentice, Stourmarket (Tel. 555). Preliminary Announcement. WEST SUFFOLK within easy reach of Newmarket. miles from Burv St. Ed
April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
STUPID HATRED

STUPID HATRED

Are we on paying rates and taxes that this councillor may ventilate and perpetuate the stupid bitternesses and hatreds which have split this country that are In danger of destruction major power, impoverished and hanging grimly on to the coat-tails of any other country that can
April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
BVRT FREE PRESS. Friday, April 18th, 1952.

BVRT FREE PRESS. Friday, April 18th, 1952.

April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
For 30 years

For 30 years

Employed by the Haverhill Gas Works for 30 years, Mr. Henry William Marsh, of 3, Hawthorne Villas. Haverhill, died on Sunday in Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Cambridge. 7l. he retired from his employment about six years ago. For Labour Party Saturday night’s dance in Haverhill Town Ha
April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
1* 5 13 72 90 18 1 17 29 133 Schoolgirls win

1* 5 13 72 90 18 1 17 29 133 Schoolgirls win

1* 5 13 72 17 133 Schoolgirls win Brandon Schoolgirls met Toleman's Soorts at Town Street, on Saturday, and won their netball match by 19 eoals to 8. RVMERLANE - BAR-NHAM 1 ,Pu 6Q TMETFORO :N CAT£RPILf.AIZ Sf>AaeS ~ euewTHm ovewMci TRACK &- PLANT
April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
6A$ MAKES THE MOST OF BRITAIN’S WEALTH ONE of the two thousand irreplaceable products of coal Sulphate of Ammonia, that

6A$ MAKES THE MOST OF BRITAIN’S WEALTH ONE of the two thousand irreplaceable products of coal Sulphate of Ammonia, that

very valuable fertiliser. Every year the British farmer receives 70,700 tons from the gas industry. The carbonisation of coal in gas works releases all this extra wealth from Britain's precious resources of coal. Dozens of British industries look to the gas industry for raw mate
April 18, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
teacher married

teacher married

Kte. and Mr. K. W. Simmonds presided ai the organ. Given away by her father. Miss Willetts wore white satin brocade, with embroidered veil and headdress of orange blossom, and a pendant set wrh opals, and her bouquet was pink carnations. Bridesmaids were the Misses Anne Willetts
April 18, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England