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'SERIOUS MATTER"

'SERIOUS MATTER"

1( . ..ck 'ice - rhea doHedge' committee that many, were taking eggs :•-os concerned, and he :hack a scapegoat. the fines, the chair- Edgar Dale, said the the matter had been here had been reason to believe that the eggs bought for retail. The 1 )e inference they that Mr. Ck)11
November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
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November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
The Highways Act. 1959 PART IX (Cods of 1892)

The Highways Act. 1959 PART IX (Cods of 1892)

Part et Norton NOTICS .0 hereby green that on the 32nd day of 1962, the Orbal D.str.ct Council of Norton- Radstock passed the following resoiution w:th respect to the making-up of the - unadopted" part Of the street known as North Way, Iltdsomer Norton: • That under and In parla
November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
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November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
Best wtshes. "FRONT ROW" Common Market

Best wtshes. "FRONT ROW" Common Market

I SEE from your last issue that the Bishop of Bath and Wells is advocating in the Diocesan Gazette that this nation should enter the European Common Market. As a newcomer to this county, his lordship Is probably unaware that most Somerset folk dislike "buying a pig in a poke." I
November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
19" EKCO '625' line

19" EKCO '625' line

CAN NOW BE YOURS FOR ONLY —PER WEEK Conunencinq Rental if you pay yearly In advance REDUCING per to 490 DEPOSIT £6/3/6 week Standard Rental 9/6 per week THAT IS THE QUESTION REMEMBER... THOUSANDS OF CUSTOMERS ARE ALREADY RENTING TV SETS FROM R.E.S. THEIR SATISFACTION IS OUR RECO
November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
Ladies' Guild

Ladies' Guild

IMembers spent a very happy time at Frome 11111 Methodist Ladies Guild Radstock meeting. on Tuesday. The secretary, Mrs. M. L. Bryant, was in the chair. The' Mr. Collins, of Bristol, paid a lesson, taken from the 34th Psalm, welcome return visit to High was read by the members.
November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
Our Cryptic Crossword

Our Cryptic Crossword

ACROSS 1. Chimney cleaners range (5). 5. Poser is something to be copied (5). S. senor takes poetry home (5). 9. Vagrant provides road vehicle quietly (5). 10. How to deal with • free entertainment (5). 11 Special edition for one of the film crowd (5). 12. Is there a weapon to s
November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
PEOPLE ARE CHANGING TO GAS ROOM HEATING THE FIRE IN THE _II+USTRATION

PEOPLE ARE CHANGING TO GAS ROOM HEATING THE FIRE IN THE _II+USTRATION

"Ike avevic4.l viao44 •• • a 444( IRowbet-pce. • SAYS MRS G M PEARCE Riviera Hotel, Elliott Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, 1 minute from the city centre. Mr. and Mrs. Pearce took over this Hotel about 16 months agocompletely modernised and furnished it in impeccable taste. Although
November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET GUARDIAN, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1962

SOMERSET GUARDIAN, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1962

November 9, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England