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CHALLENGE MATCH

CHALLENGE MATCH

Dave Fleming, of Portsmouth C.C., who lopped the bill at Herne Hill last week behind the small motors, will have to look to his laurels as a tandem paced rider because Charlie Blandford of Portsmouth ME. C.C. will be tackling him in a special challenge match over ten miles behin
May 31, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HE IS HOPING TO BE ARMY

HE IS HOPING TO BE ARMY

DISTANCE RUNNER lANCE-CORPORAL WILLIAM B. LEMON, 22-year-oW J National Serviceman the 16th Railway Training Regiment, Longmoor, stands good chance of representing the Army as a three miler this year. This season has already been full of success for him and he is confident for ne
May 31, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GENERAL SNOWDROP LAUNDRY 24-hour ser™;e Week wash 9d Returned ad . . ,ron Areas Portsmouth, rt Fareham Havant Phone 33589.

GENERAL SNOWDROP LAUNDRY 24-hour ser™;e Week wash 9d Returned ad . . ,ron Areas Portsmouth, rt Fareham Havant Phone 33589.

VISITORS to Southsea. If you are looking tor excellent, accom. at moderate terms, lovely rooms and good food, Kindly write or call Sandringham Hotel. Osborne Road, and you will not he disappointed Phone 4G46U X REDSKIN CARAVAN CO.. LTD. supply all makes of Caravans Come us for y
May 31, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SATURDAY. MAY 31. 1!

SATURDAY. MAY 31. 1!

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May 31, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TO-DAY’S CROSSWORD CLUES ACROSS 1. Artist and politician together (4'. 8. Casua event mostlv • 1(M. 9. Cat Alice met

TO-DAY’S CROSSWORD CLUES ACROSS 1. Artist and politician together (4'. 8. Casua event mostlv • 1(M. 9. Cat Alice met

i 8«. 10. Separate 4.. 12. Foil 161. 14. Stable -61. 15, Corn Waving about It (6t. 17. Take 'way i6i. 18. The old one may good sort, but rot to eat •4». 19. Disapproving whistles on the roof? (Bi. 21 Duty (101. 22. Mr Midshipman «4». CLUES DOWN 2. Kind coal «10». 3. Cul up 4. Li
May 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
for SUN DRESSES GAY PRINTS Complete with matching ,1 u bolero. Egyptian prints on Button - through dres.es fine cotton,

for SUN DRESSES GAY PRINTS Complete with matching ,1 u bolero. Egyptian prints on Button - through dres.es fine cotton,

wide shoulder with short sleeves and lull l Coio ; ii lu ! Lime / Pink, Turquoise - M n coUon P - ldeal Apricot. 7911 lor holiday wear. 276 W.X. A O.S. SWIMWEAR Classic full skirted ’Jantzen one-piece suit, in wool and elastic- Adjustable straps. Black, Royal, Maroon and Green.
May 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TTSWS. FRIDAY, MAY 30.

TTSWS. FRIDAY, MAY 30.

May 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Too Much Security?

Too Much Security?

One of the objects of the Agriculture Act. supported all Parties, was to give the greatest possible measure ol security to the good farmer. In recent years has seemed that it has also provided a sale billet for all, irrespective of merit. To such an extent is this so that a land
May 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Derek Roy in Haslar Show Latest top-line artists to visit Haslar Royal Naval Hospital were Derek Roy and Eve Boswell,

Derek Roy in Haslar Show Latest top-line artists to visit Haslar Royal Naval Hospital were Derek Roy and Eve Boswell,

who entertained about •J5O patients and nurses yesterday. They were supported by other members of the Happy Go Lucky company appearing at Portsmouth Theatre Royal. Since Christmas there have been few shows staged at Ha-slar, but Instr.-Lieut. C. G. Clarke. Entertainments Officer
May 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
home guard husband was ‘SWOLLEN-HEADED’

home guard husband was ‘SWOLLEN-HEADED’

A WIFE’S marriage was happy until her hushaiiJ joined the Home Guard during the war and became swollen headed,” said Mr. Commissioner Crazebrook in the Divorce Court yesterday. granted a decree nisi to Mrs Daisy Triggs, of Becton Road. Midhurst, on the ground that she had been d
May 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England