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EMERGENCY? JUST ASK MIXENDEN

EMERGENCY? JUST ASK MIXENDEN

MEMBERS of Mixenden Youth Club are still talking about "Operation Scrub" a mammoth task which they undertook last weekend at less than 48 hours' notice. Some time ago the club decided to adopt a home for victims of Nazi conce.itration camps. namely, Hickleton Hall, near Doncaste
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE LET AGE 2- bo4roonlocl how 1 from Ho hfax — Virat x

TO BE LET AGE 2- bo4roonlocl how 1 from Ho hfax — Virat x

April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Halifax Daily Courier

Halifax Daily Courier

APRIL 29. 1961 1 The have lost only one game
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Strangled girl: Study of plaster casts PLASTER casts of footprintg were being examined by forensic experts at Bristol today in

Strangled girl: Study of plaster casts PLASTER casts of footprintg were being examined by forensic experts at Bristol today in

the hunt for the killer Of Diane Marion Locke (18), who was found strangled on Thursday night at Blaise Castle Woods, only a quarter of a mile from her home. She was murdered with her own scarf, and detectives believe she ran in panic from her assailant, As the officer waited in
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
APARTMENTS & LODGINGS TO LIT

APARTMENTS & LODGINGS TO LIT

April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
ON THE WING 'QUEENSBURY HAVE NO ARREARS

ON THE WING 'QUEENSBURY HAVE NO ARREARS

By "BLUE CHEQ." The open race lust Saturday, organised by Queensbury. attracted 303 entries. The birds were transported by road to Stafford, and the strings were cut at 1 p.m. It was an easy win for Oxenhope fanciers. A. Greenwood and Son, who clocked the only bird that topped t
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Six Halifax road deaths in first quarter this year

Six Halifax road deaths in first quarter this year

Four more than up to April, 1960 There were six deaths in road accidents in Halifax borough during the first three months of this year. an increase of four compared with the first quarter of 1960 There was also an increase of 22 in the total of all accidents in the borough in th
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
TREND OF THINGS

TREND OF THINGS

Today's picture "belt "—to describe the kind of singing that " sends " them. A BRIDGE in Hebden Bridge, "Hydrogenise' is ominously !IL unfamiliar to people except char, but you may not know ;those who live in and around that "uraniumaire " is a man the town, is the subject of ou
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Halifax man ordered goods in a hurry Company wins claim for payment

Halifax man ordered goods in a hurry Company wins claim for payment

Summing up in a case at Halifax County Court yesterday, Judge R. Withers Payne said that it was clear from the evidence he had heard that a director of a Halifax him would not have entered into a transaction if he had not been in a hurry and had had more time. Louis Messing Ltd.
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Brighouse rail team in ambulance contest

Brighouse rail team in ambulance contest

A team from Brighouse will be , among the 12 taking part in the , 1961 British Railways North , Eastern Region Ambulance Competition final, to be held in the Rail- ' way Institute and Gymnasium. , Queen Street. York. on Wednesday. Members of the Brighouse team , are: L. Ellis, J
April 29, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England