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WELCOME TO "GREENACRE".... the Duchess of Gloucester meets Mrs. W. M. Maddox, the first tenant to move into the attractive

WELCOME TO "GREENACRE".... the Duchess of Gloucester meets Mrs. W. M. Maddox, the first tenant to move into the attractive

flatlets, which, she told the Royal visitor, were "very nice and bright." '• ' 4, A-,, - . 4 ' 4w ,:•,, k t .40. i , s 1 . .. ir-IPI,I , 14 :Milr! 1 , 1 .4 ~ ) 0 , 10 0 MA. AO -
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Little Bytham

Little Bytham

Collection for the British Sailors' Society. organised by Mrs. D. Rasell. raised £6.
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
"Train crash" turned out to be an emergency exercise

"Train crash" turned out to be an emergency exercise

Iva village of Upper to the police shortly before Broughton was alive ji a.m., and all necessary with action on Wednesday alerts were put out. Police morning as emergency race d th roug h th e village to vehicles from the fire service. am b u l ance serme control traffic as the
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
C.E.C.S. helpers in London

C.E.C.S. helpers in London

aged 11, of the Senior Adven• turers', and lan Howlett. aged nine, of the Junior Adventurers. FOR MOTHERS On behalf of the mothers of the Adventurers'. Mrs. J. Clark presented a purse, and she was accompanied by Mrs. P. Scoble. Accompanying the Young people were the Rey. Philip
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
- JOURNAL" PICTURE DINGS are few and apricot brocade, They carfar between at the ried white muffs and wore little

- JOURNAL" PICTURE DINGS are few and apricot brocade, They carfar between at the ried white muffs and wore little

Roman Catholic chapel white floral headdresses. at Eastwell, and prior to Andrew Russell, brideone held there last year, no- groom's nephew, aged six, one seems to know when was page. in white shirt and the previous one was. so royal-blue trousers Saturday's ceremony, con- waist
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE JAN MUSSON COLUMN

THE JAN MUSSON COLUMN

"THAT woman is never happy unless she has I something to worry about." It's a charge of ten levelled. and the operative word Is always "woman." You rarely hear it said of a man, and yet far more men yearly worry themselves Into their untimely graves than their female counterpart
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
FIFTH AND LAST ANNUAL SALE

FIFTH AND LAST ANNUAL SALE

Melton Livestock Auctions held their fifth and last annual sheep and lamb sale on Friday. when 1.301 hcad were pitched. Trade was keen for all classes, and exceptionally so for the older ewes. The record overall average for lambs was £B.BO. _ Lambs (773. Bheders: £9.75 to £l2 05
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
PRIZES

PRIZES

Lambs 1 J. C Broome, Somerby. £10.60: 2 G. Burnham, Upplngham. £12.05 (Shederst. Cross-bred theaves. 1 K. R. Botterill, Waltham, £17.10. Whitefaced theaves. 1 J. Holm, Cold Newton. £l6. Croos-bred ewes. 1 K. R. Botteral. Waltham, £16.20: 2 J. Proudman. Bunny. £14.30. White-faced
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Temporary dosure

Temporary dosure

The Clerk to Kesteven County Council has informed the police that an order has been made pro. hibiting all traffic from passing along Stonepit-lane. Marston, for a period of weeks from Monday, November 15th. in order that sewerage works may be carried out.
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GAYTON CAR SALES Boston Road, Heckington

GAYTON CAR SALES Boston Road, Heckington

FOR YOUR APPROVAL THE FOLLOWING SELECTION OF QUALITY USED CARS
October 29, 1971 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England