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ROY HUNTER Painter sad Decorator UPPER MILL STREET (Buchan's Corner) TILLICOULTRY Good Workmanship at Moderate Pram Orders left at above

ROY HUNTER Painter sad Decorator UPPER MILL STREET (Buchan's Corner) TILLICOULTRY Good Workmanship at Moderate Pram Orders left at above

address or at 13 Hamilton Street, Tillicoultry, wifi receive prompt and personal attention .
April 29, 1952 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
tell her twice dinner's Regularity <• the .erect her Wight eye. and rosy check*. Foe Mather known that 'California Syrup

tell her twice dinner's Regularity <• the .erect her Wight eye. and rosy check*. Foe Mather known that 'California Syrup

Figs' one the turret way. to end 'statu.' sluggish bowel. which often make, the youngster low interest in her food. To keep her child healthy and carefree. Mother naturally choose* this kindly laxative. Containing extract, both and ripe figs, ■» gentle yet sure in action. It. pl
April 29, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ALLEGED LEEDS ASSAULT

ALLEGED LEEDS ASSAULT

William Peace (18), Leicester Grove Blackman Lane, Leeds, who Is In St James's Hospital with a fractured Jaw following an alleged assault Woodhouse Moor, was said to comfortable today.
April 29, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Is your Dog

Is your Dog

going off his food? If dag starts going off his meats, is proof that something is wrong. Healthy dogs are always ready for their food. And if he doesn't eat properly, he cannot help getting sluggish and bad tempered. His coat is bound to lose its thine. Try giving little Vetzyme
April 29, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DOUBLE: SMOKEY EYES and KFROh

DOUBLE: SMOKEY EYES and KFROh

DOUBLE: EYES and Wormwood .JR. A. Jones 00 fteralU Firtu Thunderjct .. A W;uigh 8 Hill* Chantry M. Beary Perlrulum ...B*Rorhfort 0 II P. Thralc 0 Amanda .... Rochfort 8 Cakewalk W. Stephenson Battle ... J Tree OCheaura .. M Beary 41A--KI.V I 3 Y -O.) with 300 added. Bugatil Priva
April 29, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Ltd.. 8 OTLEY ROAD. LEEDS 6. Phone 52627-8.

Ltd.. 8 OTLEY ROAD. LEEDS 6. Phone 52627-8.

Ltd.. 8 ROAD. LEEDS 6. Phone 52627-8. ALL Makes New Tyres Btock. also Remoulds approximately half cost of new Pitted free. Wellington Rubber Co., Ltd.. Wellington Br.dge. Leeds 12. and Mabgate. Leeds 9. Phsne 32002 and 21685 AUSTIN Car and Commercial spare parts service Exchange
April 29, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HANDLEYS LTD, SOUTHSEA TEL. 31«t Whips

HANDLEYS LTD, SOUTHSEA TEL. 31«t Whips

' PHREE-LINE whips are *- out for to-night’s big debate in the Commons on Purchase Tax and textiles. The Opposition last nißht put down a motion saying, "That this House calls upon Her Majesty's Government consider removing the Purchase Tax on textiles, in order to alleviate the
April 29, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CLUES ACROSS

CLUES ACROSS

1 It is put on last of course (7*. 9. Clear lea (ana*?' (81. 10. Cherished possession (two words* «3. 4'. 11. Not. for sure-footed people lo wear? (8 1 12. Seems like the kind of cloth for a big mans suit (S' 13. A cap s lorn Dee which is disturbed (B'. 17, In this to as well <B
April 29, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Anniversary

Anniversary

MR. SAMUEL STOREY, M.P., Chairman of Portsmouth and Sunderland Newspapers, Ltd., spoke to members of the Evening News start' last night on the great function of modern newspapers. It was. he said, to present the facts to the public, and allow them to think for themselves and for
April 29, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
MAX(IMUM)

MAX(IMUM)

MAX WALL, one Britain’s finest funny-men and probably the most versatile, worked tremendously hard in RADIO TIMES at the THEATRE ROYAL, Portsmouth, last night and played the biggest part in the most enjoyable variety show to visit the city for a long while. Wall, with his expres
April 29, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England