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Mr. H. V. Hennell mourned

Mr. H. V. Hennell mourned

Mr. Horace Victor who Used and worked on his farm at Laziest for most of his ' died eA hilton hospital. Worirson. . aped 04. The funeral at St. Michaare Church. lorton, last week was attended by more than 100. Ma. Mennen leaves • widow and nine children. His farm — Corner Tarm—w
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Sub-station

Sub-station

But Mr. Castley a more reliable supply for the village. He said a new *- station was being constructed at Bottedontl which would give greater reliability of supply to Long Bennington and the surrounding area. The board intended to interconnect two 11.000-volt lines at Long Benni
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
1116

1116

November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Slides of Italy

Slides of Italy

Slides of Venice were shown at gat Stoke Mothers' Union meeting on Tuesday by Idias Nicola Ranyard, one of ten mr:a chosen to take part in an "experiment in International living" organised In conjunetton Wlth the Girl Guides. Nicola stayed for weeks with an Ita:hus family at es
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ammooo_____.lto tiitanzia: A World trip starts from Swinderby

ammooo_____.lto tiitanzia: A World trip starts from Swinderby

With £lOO in their pockets two Swlnderby men set out today on a trip round the world In a nine-year-old Yolkswagon. And they hops to be In Melbourne. Australia. for the Christmas. 111611. The reason they are leavina now? "We don't British winters." said 23- -old Richard Mason (l
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SHOP WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS Wages cut so false pretences

SHOP WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS Wages cut so false pretences

An employee trying to be "ultra-efficient" landed his company In Newark Count,' Mails - Court on Wednesday. For coadlUons of the "II - licence issued to the haulage firm of C. W. Ellison Ltd., Nonnanton-on-Trent. was one the use of their vehicles for hire or reaard to within a o
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
£2O to help keep death off roads

£2O to help keep death off roads

4 to death off the roads in the.r area at Christrural area safety committee decided at their . in the Tudor Hall on Monday to spend C2O on lijo sent out are 2.000 - ,e-vlett for school reading cards, SO , SOO colouring cards. stlakl Umetables, 50 of wrapping paper. 48 ' and 1.00
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Throne speech 'dreary'

Throne speech 'dreary'

standing at the Bar oe nous* of Lords for the state opening of Parliament. 11r. Philip Rolland. COCIIISTVSO tire MP. for Carlton comments In hie latest newsletter: "It was MO dullest ,one that I have ever hoard and must surely be clamed ea the most dreary in our history." lie sa
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DRAW YOURSELF

DRAW YOURSELF

For your oompotltion this week I should you to sit In front of the mirror and draw yourself. I hoof I shall hare corns of what you like, so do your very best! Rend your entry in to the Newark Advertiser °Moe. Appleteneate. Newark giving your full name, ase end address. be Tuesd•
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FIBRF-GIASS (OFT #4151.11A710"

FIBRF-GIASS (OFT #4151.11A710"

FIBRF-GIASS #4151.11A710" Newark Advertiser. November 18. 1967—Page 19
November 18, 1967 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England