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Staffs, miners

Staffs, miners

in boxing finals WEST MIDLANDS will have ' five reDiesenlalives in the mineworkers' national amateur boxing championships at the Ice Stadium. Nottingham, on Saturday. May 17. Pour are in the championship section, and the other is a runner-up The four who have won their way to th
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
SEVEN BY-ELECTIONS

SEVEN BY-ELECTIONS

Other Labour aldermen elected were Mr. W. Baxter. Cheslyn Hay; Mr. J. Bentham. Kidsgrove; Mr, Lewis Davies. Chasetown. Walsall; Mr. J. p. Pennington, Blackhealh; Mr. C. A. Pratt, Sedgley. and Mr. F. W. Morgan. Tamworth. The election of aldermen creates seven casual vacancies on
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
General

General

ACCIDENT FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE CORPORATION LTD for nearest office tec Telephone Directory & Green gate Street, Stafford Tel: Stafford 600 VACANCIES FOR YOUNGSTERS HERE AND NOW At all the following collieries:— Chatterley Whitfield Glasshouse Norton Holdltch Victoria , Apedale
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Mayor explains absence from miners 9 conference Tells council: I made| a mistake 'I'HE MAYOR of Stafford, Aid. C. E.

Mayor explains absence from miners 9 conference Tells council: I made| a mistake 'I'HE MAYOR of Stafford, Aid. C. E.

Fowke, whose absence on the opening day of the recent Midland area conference of the National Union of Mineworkers was criticised by delegates representing 34,000 miners, apologised at Tuesday’s meeting of Stafford Town Counoil for not according a civic welcome to them or arrang
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
PARTY RECORDS COMPARED

PARTY RECORDS COMPARED

Sir.—Now that the Socialists are out of office the rise in food prices is source of concern and a fine op|)ortunity for the misleading propaganda of that party, and it is well that their record should be compared with that of their Conservative opponents. Between March. 1950. an
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Stafford Borough OLD STAFFORD SOCIETY An increase of 32. making a total membersmp of was reported by »lr. J. 2>.

Stafford Borough OLD STAFFORD SOCIETY An increase of 32. making a total membersmp of was reported by »lr. J. 2>.

xiornj. secretary, the annual meeting of me Q»d S.affoid oociety. held on Thursday. 'One of the chief activities during the year, said Mr. Horne, had been me attempts to saieguard Stafford , An architect been paid to structural survey. Mr. Heroerl Owen, presiding, said the expen
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Rural, council will oppose any grab of Chase land SiTAFFORD Rural Council are to oppose any attempted grab " of

Rural, council will oppose any grab of Chase land SiTAFFORD Rural Council are to oppose any attempted grab " of

areas of Cannock Chase by the Forestry Commission. At Saturday’s meeting of the council Mr. D. H. T. Smith said it was most important that the council, as guardians of the public’s right of access to the Chase, should make it quite clear that they would oppose any organisation b
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
WHAT TO DO

WHAT TO DO

1. Fill in page 4 of your present 3. Authorisation! lor Special Food Ration Book, inserting FULL Allowance! that you are now receiv- NAMES, and signature See that > and may continue to receive this is done on anv books you take * le new Rationing car will be refer others. Please
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
TARMAC AND CONCRETE

TARMAC AND CONCRETE

FOR ALL
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
LYDDITE CHICKS

LYDDITE CHICKS

Burst from their (hells with the energy of high explosive and ahead In the same direct way DAY-OLD and GROWING PULLETS. COCKERELS and UNSEXED CHICKS In all PURE BREEDS and CROSSES (Salop). Ltd. Landsna Farm, Warn, Salop .(Telephone Went 120) STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY SHOW BURTON-ON-
May 2, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England