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October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
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October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
pm.rhe Wells, that Venemore until November cal report.

pm.rhe Wells, that Venemore until November cal report.

Recorder. M. Mr. W. T. LP.. ordered be remanded 15 for a meth- For the prosecution. Mr. Andrew Don (instructed Pounder. Brown and Oethinli said that Venemore visited :the elderly woman on September 12. and left the house with her after she had locked the door. She was going to H
October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Feu Parker, Kathloon icrowloy. Jeff York and David. ISt°Dory star in WESTWOOD

Feu Parker, Kathloon icrowloy. Jeff York and David. ISt°Dory star in WESTWOOD

Feu Parker, Kathloon icrowloy. Jeff York and David. I St°Dory star in WESTWOOD The editor of a fop fashion magazine la a business wonaan, but few people know she is an inter.l national Jewel thiet. One the few who knows the se , persuades her to allow to become a partner in a, ta
October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
4P UIIEM:CPi King's Lynn Tel. 2760

4P UIIEM:CPi King's Lynn Tel. 2760

4 P UIIEM:CPi King's Lynn Tel. 2760 a , —i lONUTIR CidtmaSdOpe and ' 1.10 MONDAY. OCT. 30th—For 3 Days Only. Continua.* daily from LOD HALT-TERM HOLIDAY MATINFX6 CONTINUOUS DAILY 200 A VERY TALL ANIMAL I: , Technicolor 6.10 THURSDAY NEXT—THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE
October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
ii PLASTERING

ii PLASTERING

Lynn News & Advertiser,
October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
SEVENTY FIVE BEDROOMS: NEW BALLROOM The Duke's Head • Hotel extensions brought into use

SEVENTY FIVE BEDROOMS: NEW BALLROOM The Duke's Head • Hotel extensions brought into use

AFTER 18 months of major re-development, the Duke's Head at Lynn has emerged as one of the finest hotels in Norfolk. Restored and enlarged at a cost of £400,000 this historic inn now comprises 75 bedrooms, a brand new ballroom, two restaurants, a number of lounges and three bars
October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
INTERNAL, EXTERNAL DECORATING to DUKE'S

INTERNAL, EXTERNAL DECORATING to DUKE'S

October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
EMBLEM

EMBLEM

The GriMn emblem on the glass screen of the buttery was designed by Mrs. Phoebe de Syllas and based on an heraldic original. The name recalls the medieval inn, demolished in 1883, which stood on the site of the Duke's Head. The cast plaster relief mural panel In the buttery, rep
October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
WORLD WAR TWO MEN NEEDED FOR BURMA told members that the branch owed its financial solubility to Mr. F. Whitmore, who Joined the branch in 1964. His money raising efforts STAR over the three years had put the branch in a "favourable position," said Mr. Coates.

WORLD WAR TWO MEN NEEDED FOR BURMA told members that the branch owed its financial solubility to Mr. F. Whitmore, who Joined the branch in 1964. His money raising efforts STAR over the three years had put the branch in a "favourable position," said Mr. Coates.

WORLD WAR TWO MEN NEEDED FOR BURMA told members that the branch owed its financial solubility to Mr. F. Whitmore, who Joined the branch in 1964. His money raising efforts over the three years had put the branch in a "favourable position," said Mr. Coates. Speaking to about 70 mem
October 27, 1967 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England