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SUGGESTED DEPUTATION TO MINISTRY

SUGGESTED DEPUTATION TO MINISTRY

Council Debate on London Road Widening Site Owners to be Consulted A resolution asking lor deputation to to the Minister Town and Country Planning on the Question of the widening London was withdrawn Tuesday’s month ly meeting of Dover Town Council, in favour of referring the ma
April 28, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
HOUSE BUILDING IN THE VILLAGES

HOUSE BUILDING IN THE VILLAGES

°UNCIL still MORE HOUSES. Elay would increase cost. Gover nment, rebuff, bresoino 1 unci l is to continue housfJ incr eased allocation s abm,. thlS year unless this days Wltl:i in. the next few the arm™, au tomatic outcome of i°r t ur^ ent of the Chancel*bacle -n u Exc hequer th
April 28, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S CLUB.

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S CLUB.

A large attendance the meeting on Wednesday were disappointed that Miss Juiia Cairns, Editor The Weldons Ladies Journal, was unable to come owing to illness, but Mrs. Plater came at short notice speak on canning of fruit and vegetables She showed how simple and quick it was to s
April 28, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DANGEROUS DOGS AT EASTRY

DANGEROUS DOGS AT EASTRY

At a sitting of Wingham Petty Sessions, at Sandwich, on Thursday, with Mr. T. G. Elphinston in '"-he chair, Mrs. Barbara Mary Lucas, of the Lynch, Brook Street, Eastry, who was represented by Mr. G. Roadknight, pleaded not guilty to four summonses for keeping dangerous dogs not
April 28, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
TINKERS CLOSE” FOR OFFICES LETTER FROM A WOULD-BE PURCHASER To the Editor of the Dover Express. Dear Sir,—Your report of

TINKERS CLOSE” FOR OFFICES LETTER FROM A WOULD-BE PURCHASER To the Editor of the Dover Express. Dear Sir,—Your report of

the Housing Committee, Express, 20th October, gladdened the hearts of at least four, perhaps five families, if we include the tenant of the ground floor flat of “Tinkers Close,” when No was voted for change of use of Tinkers Close.” One or more Councillors pitied the halt and la
November 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
UNLICENSED DANCING

UNLICENSED DANCING

Calling the attention of Wingham magistrates to the tact that Eastry Rural Council had adopted a section of the Public Health Act, requiring the licensing of places for music and dancing. Inspector Griffiths said yesterday (Thursday) that so faxonly two such licences had been is
November 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
EAST KENT NEWS.

EAST KENT NEWS.

NONiNGTON British Legion Funds A successful whist drive was held Thursday last week, at the Royal Oak,” permission of Mr, when £l/18/- was raised for Briti&n Legion funds. The orize- were :—Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. t'Sffby, Mrs. Ring, Mr. R. Deal, Mi - . Ashby, Mr. Foiwell, Mrs. Archer
November 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BOXED FOR THE ARMY.

BOXED FOR THE ARMY.

Gunner L. Bates, 19-year-old welterweight, serving with the 47th Coast Re t., R.A., at the Castle, is a member of the Amateur Boxing Association’s team of eight touring Austria during the next few days. Bates, whose home is in London, took up boxing the fourteen, and prominent m
November 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
WHATEVER YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS PRESTCOLD Cold rooms are the finest obtainable From the kitchens of the Hous* of Commons to

WHATEVER YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS PRESTCOLD Cold rooms are the finest obtainable From the kitchens of the Hous* of Commons to

the butcher’s shop around the corner, in cafes and canteens, shops, hotels and ware« houses, Prcstcold cold rooms are guarding the Nation’s food— well. Prestcold cold rooms can be design* ed to meet your own particular needs. May we advise you this— any other—refrigeration quest
November 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
QUARTER SESSIONS APPEALS BY SMUGGLERS

QUARTER SESSIONS APPEALS BY SMUGGLERS

Deliberate, Wicked Attempts says Recorder Magistrates’ Sentences Upheld Two Belgian smugglers who had been heavily fined and sent to prison by Dover Magi-Lates, after Customs Officers found thousands of watches concealed cars which the men had arrived from Ostend, appealed again
April 7, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England