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Murder trial has to wait

Murder trial has to wait

ROBERT Windell. of Oxford Street. Whitstable. will appear before Canterbury and St. Augustine magic trates again today Friday Windell. aged IS. is accused of murdering his adoptive mother. dentist Mrs. Barbara Modell, at Oxford Street surgery an 6 January this year. Insp. Davtd
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Kent League

Kent League

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March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Drunk was in the road

Drunk was in the road

i'anterbury magistrates I.ned a man £5 for being irnik in the road. at Borstal Whitstable. on 8 ,nitury rhey heard that John r ~ derick James Kendall. of don Road, Herne Hay. tound by police at 330 trying to follow the lines In the road. 1, When they spoke to him. speech was bad
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Woman on drugs denies she stole meat from shop

Woman on drugs denies she stole meat from shop

MAGISTRATES heard evidence from a leading psychiatrist about the effect on a 52-year-old Whitstable woman of a large dose of pills she took only two hours before an alleged shoplifting offence. Violet Kathleen Bagnall of Sydney Road, said that she remembered nothing of the Incid
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
key cone% of the member a r. Startle) . he migh cheaper and lugoup might ction with Cadets. I. "This

key cone% of the member a r. Startle) . he migh cheaper and lugoup might ction with Cadets. I. "This

4 help we Led other imlstance I Mr. San. Whitstable overage of activities tl the hard reCOl LI event ee held: 2 .9 Bull lerne Bay. and a via, eatre. I he troupe illlya NI • were 32 Limed their •ticularly vork of the io she was exclude s appear. Whitstable but now pnictised said.
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Vic Gifford pictured here with the giant-sise oyster and its more normal counterpart. WC5778/11 TRAFFIC MAN MOVES

Vic Gifford pictured here with the giant-sise oyster and its more normal counterpart. WC5778/11 TRAFFIC MAN MOVES

FORMER traffic manager of East Kent and M. & D. bus companies, Mr. Peter Daykin took up a AIM appointment in Cardiff on Monday. Mr. Daykin of The Crescent, St. Stephen's, Canterbury, served as traffic manager for the Canterbury and Maidstone companies from March, 1974. He starte
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
More cricket memories

More cricket memories

And lent ue the above picture in February MT. was - pictured oth which he le shown an the far (stand- front left in third from the He wrote: "In reply to C. 0. T. front. Next to (left) was his brother- Witty: YOB. IWY • member of the in-law. Mr. C. Puttock. , 4 - th I i . 0 411
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Switch-off could darken streets

Switch-off could darken streets

WHITSTABLE. Herne Bay and Canterbury are on the verge of a return to wartime blackout conditions. The Council as agent for Kent County Council, has no money left in the kitty, so up to 900 street lamps along minor roads in the district will have to be 'witched off for an Indefin
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Blaze

Blaze

No lights should be turned off in the evenings. Whitstable's Cilr. Mrs. Cella Rignen. The lighting in Whitstable is absolutely terrible." she said. "I do however, that there is a case for turning some lighting off after midnight in Marine Parade at Tankerton for instance. Its ju
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
SCHOOL MANAGER MAY LOSE PLACE WHITSTABLE'S (hr. Cyril Windsor faces being sacked from Whitstable Boys' School board of managers as

SCHOOL MANAGER MAY LOSE PLACE WHITSTABLE'S (hr. Cyril Windsor faces being sacked from Whitstable Boys' School board of managers as

he has not attended meetings since 2 October. The matter has been reported to the Council by Divisional Education Officer Mr. Ken Beere. Mr. Beere said a school manager appointment could be terminated if he did not attend meetings for 12 months. After the Press were excluded fro
March 4, 1977 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England