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semi OF PITINSOROUGN COUNTY COUNCIL LOCAL CIOVIANNONT ACT. 11133. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. 111511-1051. IVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .11 that the

semi OF PITINSOROUGN COUNTY COUNCIL LOCAL CIOVIANNONT ACT. 11133. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. 111511-1051. IVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .11 that the

Audlt of the Account* of the Council for the year ended 31st March 1951, was completed on the 3rd day of April 1962 by the District Auditor of the Ministry of Housing and local Government. An ABSTRACT of the Audited Accounts has been deposited at the °nice of the Clerk of the Co
May 23, 1952 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
SundAY John (.irtiVld m BODY AND SOUL t A Com muous 1 rom 3 p.m

SundAY John (.irtiVld m BODY AND SOUL t A Com muous 1 rom 3 p.m

May 23, 1952 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
PRINCESS PHONE: 2821 CINEMA LINCOLN PC Matinee Monday 2.15. Sunday. May 25th 4 Days Thursday. May 29th 3 Days RIcHARDRUTH

PRINCESS PHONE: 2821 CINEMA LINCOLN PC Matinee Monday 2.15. Sunday. May 25th 4 Days Thursday. May 29th 3 Days RIcHARDRUTH

ROMAN. BARRY NELSON TODD. ZACHARY SCOTT Ili THE MAN WITH Lightning Strikes Twice , MY FACE 5 35. 820 .Ai i • . A. 8 30 At 0 30. 9 0 .A 1 Eddie Albert. I Al-.o Frances Rafferty. Rosemary Lane in Richard Martin in AN ANGEL FROM TEXAS THE ADVENTURES OF , -. .0 I COYOTE N: , ,,, T..
May 23, 1952 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS - - - Foot and Mouth Disease ALL INFECTED AREAS INCLUDED GET YOUR STOCK INSURED AGAINST

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS - - - Foot and Mouth Disease ALL INFECTED AREAS INCLUDED GET YOUR STOCK INSURED AGAINST

THIS FINANCIAL LOSS - IT COSTS VERY LITTLE 2, fi per head for CATTLE, 1,-per head for PIGS. 6d. per head for SHEEP WHICH COVERS THE RISK FOR 12 MONTHS Telephone or Write GEORGE HYATT INSURANCE AND MORTGAGE BROKER 21, CRABBERY STREET, STAFFORD Telephone : STAFFORD 1611
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BAILEY BACK TO FORM

BAILEY BACK TO FORM

The most pleasing feature of the match between Porthill Park and Stone was the return to form of the league’s leading batsman, F R. Bailey, who scored 60 out of the first 103 runs compiled by Portlull Park. Five other batsmen scored double figures in a total of 145. but Porthill
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
SEE DISPLAYS AT HE 'WHfi ' – H P M&& K yp£m 'V?\ T9iJ£S

SEE DISPLAYS AT HE 'WHfi ' – H P M&& K yp£m 'V?\ T9iJ£S

SEE DISPLAYS AT 'WHfi ' - P K T9iJ£S t, MARKET SQ. (Entrance to Arcade) STAFFORD (Phone 451) Lichfield House, STONE dajTravel Bargains! ( Ijolidii
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
PICTURE HOUSE

PICTURE HOUSE

Today (Friday) at 7-30. Saturday at 2-30. 6-30 and 8-40
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE ADVERTISER. May 23. 1952 Branch Establishments throughout the United Kingdom New Branch of- \■■ ... open I;; THIS WEEK

STAFFORDSHIRE ADVERTISER. May 23. 1952 Branch Establishments throughout the United Kingdom New Branch of- \■■ ... open I;; THIS WEEK

2B GAOLGATE St. STAFFORD \ f Specialists in HATS, CAPS & CLOTHES FOR MEN
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Freemasons attend London installation The Master of the St. John's Lodge 1039, W B Cnas. Gray, attended the installation of

Freemasons attend London installation The Master of the St. John's Lodge 1039, W B Cnas. Gray, attended the installation of

the new Master of the London Staffordshire Lodge 4474, W B A. E. Parkes. P.A.G.D.C., at Freemasons Hall, London, on Monday. This follows the custom of the last few years when the Master of the St. John's Lodge has attended these annual Masonic events. He was accompanied by the s
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
FLEA BEETLE PEST

FLEA BEETLE PEST

During the past week I have received numerous messages advising me that considerable damage is being done in the south-east of the county by turnip flea beetles These beetles not only attack turnips and swedes as they emerge through the soil from the seed, but also all members o
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England