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B I B CHARLTON SEES CHESTER MAINTAIN. FINE HOME RECORD

B I B CHARLTON SEES CHESTER MAINTAIN. FINE HOME RECORD

B I B CHARLTON SEES CHESTER MAINTAIN . FINE HOME RECORD .',. ~ t.
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MAJOR SUCCESS

MAJOR SUCCESS

Connah's Quay AC member Alex Garrett. who recently won the All Welsh Championships in such sensational style on the Dee at Farndon, has gained another major success. Alec's victory on the Dee qualified hirr for the 'Angling Times' Uniroyal competition, and he won the final on th
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
INTREPID

INTREPID

Peter Bee was hailed in The clubhouse as the probable winner, but the intrepid Carline, due home half-an-hour after Bee,. was 4 under par with four to play, three of them downwind, and in receipt of a stroke at the last. On green after green Neville wielded his sword of victory
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
RESULTS

RESULTS

Fifth Blacon 3, 40th Chester 7; 17th Chester 2, 4th Blacon 2; 18th Chester 16, 44th Chester 0; 42nd Chester 6, Christieton (Wednesday) 0; 46th Chester 0. Bth Chester 7; 48th Chester 0, Saltney 1; Christleton (Tuesday) 1, Tarvin 5; Farndon 3, 35th Chester 3; 37th Chester 1, Upton
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Memorial Service:

Memorial Service:

Lieut.Col.C.P.Cooke A memorial service for Lieut. Col. Cedric Paul Cooke, former Commanding Officer of the Cheshire Regiment, and city magistrate, who died on 27th August, aged 59, was held on Saturday in the regiment's own chapel of St. George in the Cathedral. law); Antony lrv
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Boiler theft

Boiler theft

A gas central heating boiler. north £l5O, was stolen from a building plot in . Croft Close, Waverton. 2n Sunday night.
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TORY ISSUES A CHALLENGE

TORY ISSUES A CHALLENGE

"NOW we come to the lion's den part of the speech," said Mr. Michael Penston, the Conservative candidate for East Flintshire, at his adoption meeting at Buckley Conservative Club on Monday night in issuing a challenge to his Labour opponent, Mr. Barry Jones. "Too many politician
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WILSON AND THE MINERS

WILSON AND THE MINERS

Sir,—Last February the Labour Party the General Election on the strength of Mr. Wilson's promise to get the miners back to work and so end the three-day working week. This promise he kept by meeting a I the miners' demands in return for a promise of greater productivity. No•,, w
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Funeral of Mrs. M. Bewley

Funeral of Mrs. M. Bewley

cenlly when a service at St. James's Church, Chi istleton, was conducted by Rev. Charles Mack. The mourners were: Mr. R. Bewley and Mr. M Bewley (sons.. Mr. and Mrs. V. Halliday. Mr. end Mrs. M. Ba:ley (sons-in-law and daughters). Mr. P. Halliday (grand:Jaw. Mrs C. Simms (niece)
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
STATEMENT

STATEMENT

Owen at first told police that he had not been in Stamford Road that evening, but later he made a statement saying that he had gone past the car and his g had given way, causing him to fall against it. The Magistrates found Owen guilty, and fined him £25, ordering him to pay £5
September 27, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England