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42 SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS MOTHER CAN GET BUSY

42 SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS MOTHER CAN GET BUSY

EADYMADE mincemeat and Christmas puddings if you're a working girl or a busy mother, you'll probably be lookout for these This year again, the quality i sexcellent, with true fruity flavour. Mincemeat sells up to aboutl is. 6W. for the better makes and if you want to be economic
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Do YOU agree?

Do YOU agree?

YOU agree? " THE trouble with children to-day is that they mistake the pleasures of life for happiness," commented Sir Basil Henriques as he left East London Juvenile Court for the last time this week. He has been chairman of the court—one of the busiest of London—for 18 . years
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BUSINESSES WANTED NEWSAGEN IS and/or SWEEIS & EOBACCO Urgently Wanted to numeroui appllcants R. THOMAS & SONS (Auctioneers). LTD. 52

BUSINESSES WANTED NEWSAGEN IS and/or SWEEIS & EOBACCO Urgently Wanted to numeroui appllcants R. THOMAS & SONS (Auctioneers). LTD. 52

Cross Street. Manchester 2. BLA 9321 HOTELS, COMPANY HOUSES BOARDING - HOUSE. central position, near Lord Street and Amusements and the Garrick: I decorated. all interior-spring heds and washbasins: good all-year-round trade. Address Evening News DOGS, CATS, POULTRY, Etc. 4Five-
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EXCHANGE MART

EXCHANGE MART

1\ /I ARMEI Prtim for 1 rics die. I ratn IV' or sell rytrticolars 1 H 1112 E.
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

ISUCkLI.I.—On Nov. .4. si Sale Cottage Hospital. to BERYL (nee Rogerson) and ALAN. a daughter (Janet). DONALD.—On Nov. 4. to FREDA (nee Burgess) and KEN. a daughter. Both well. GARLICK.—On Nov. 4. at Sale and Brooklands Hospital. to EDNA (nee Billing) and FRED. a son (David Paul
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COMING OF AGE

COMING OF AGE

HEETHANI. Congratuiationa AUDREY on your birthday. MUNI and DAD. 55 Parksway. Hr Blackley. Mic 9 HACIOAR FV.--Mr. and Mrs O. HAUGARTN have great Measure in announcing the Corning of Age of their only daughter. JOYCE. on Nov. 6. 1955. - 6 -. P . od luck and God bless you SIAM and
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
It's all done by mirrors

It's all done by mirrors

SLOWLY - MOVING railcars' carrying more than an acre of mirrors focussed on a water tank is the latest Russian idea to heat and cool a town of 17,000 population. The project was described in a paper by Professor Y. A. Baum, of Russia's solar research laboratory. The mirrors woul
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
U.S. ORDER

U.S. ORDER

CIONTRACT awards for U.S. IL/electrical equipment—a British company has submitted a £31,800 tender—have been held up because of conflicting reports on the labour situation at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The English Electric Export and Trading Co., Ltd., is one of the bidders for a
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NO FACE-LIFT VISA

NO FACE-LIFT VISA

Madame Lupescu, aged 57, widow of ex-King Carol of Rumania, has been refused permission to enter America from Iher home in Portugal for a face'lifting operation.
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
• Private to C.O. JEW commanding officer of the 9th Battalion The Manchester Regiment (TA.). Lieutenant- Colonel J. E. Rogerson,

• Private to C.O. JEW commanding officer of the 9th Battalion The Manchester Regiment (TA.). Lieutenant- Colonel J. E. Rogerson,

is only the second C.O. to have served with the battalion as a private.
November 5, 1955 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England