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BY-PASS

BY-PASS

Chester Action Group foresee that another extension to the motorway will eventually be constructed, through the Littleton neighbourho 1, to link up with the Chester Southerly Bypass and Dee crossing, scheduled to begin this year. The Action Group are putting forward an alternati
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
by L,„iesman

by L,„iesman

January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LEAGUE

LEAGUE

At the half way stage in the Tattenhall and District Ballads League, the position is wile open, with the Waverton "B" and "C" teams leading the way with 10 points fr o m sevea matches played Two points behind and in close contention, are Malpas and Farndon. Waverton "B' Waverton
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A MUST FOR MOTOR SPORT ENTHUSIASTS

A MUST FOR MOTOR SPORT ENTHUSIASTS

The motor sport enthusiast's pocket-size companion and guide the 1974 fixture list booklet for the Brans Hatch, Mallory Park, Oulton Park and Snetterton group of motor racing circuits is available now from Brands Hatch Circuit Ltd., Fawkham, Nr. Dartford, Kent, DA3 BNG. Containi
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Youths, accused of theft from Hoole houses, remanded

Youths, accused of theft from Hoole houses, remanded

T wo 18 sears old ouths were remanded in custodv at the City Magistrates' Court on Monday. An application for bail by . Mr. J. Hillyer. on behalf of Dav'd George Price. of Walter Street. Chester, and John William Elrick, of Linden Grove, Hoole. was refused. Price and Elrick are
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Funeral of Mr. J. Bowes

Funeral of Mr. J. Bowes

The death occurred on 10th January of Mr. Joseph Bowes, aged 60, of 35, Cedar Grove, Hoole. Mr. Bowes was semi-retired and worked. at Heywood Williams, window makers. He had served with the RAF during the second world war. Mr. Bowes, whose hobby was gardening, was a devoted fami
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Two sides

Two sides

Sir.—Could we please set the record straight. and at the same time may I have a word in the ear of Mr. Irvine Brown? There are two sides to every argument and it is wise to listen to both sides in the present mining dispute before blowing a gasket and lookin4 for Commies under t
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TRAINEE SALES ORDER CLERK

TRAINEE SALES ORDER CLERK

Appleants should be aged 18-25 with a OCE level I,f education and Ideally have some previous eleilcal exper lean though this is not essential. Rer duties will Initially be of a routine general stature but will Increasingly develop to Involve incumbent Is Italson with both custom
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
UKF Shellstar

UKF Shellstar

AISPOI UK.E A major force in European fertilisers.
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WIL

WIL

25 ST. W FEMAL CHESTER SE(RETARI negotiab Pt A SECRE' salary. COPY TYPI AUDIO TYP week. STOCK Cl.l CHESTER SEC HET llt' sIIORTILAN safer: INVOICE (' CATERO4I HOTEL RE( GIRL isistont in (five do, LTD. ^:4i`4 k end enjoy pay and man 'et. 23)12 AAK” 1. LTD. and will laths and uroge
January 18, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England