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11.10 Poetry. 11.40 —Midnight: Haydn string quartet. TELEVISION 11.0-12.0 Noon; Newsreel. 3.0- 4.0 Children. 8.30 Newsreel. 8.45 Film. 10.10 Picture

11.10 Poetry. 11.40 —Midnight: Haydn string quartet. TELEVISION 11.0-12.0 Noon; Newsreel. 3.0- 4.0 Children. 8.30 Newsreel. 8.45 Film. 10.10 Picture

Page. 10.55 Retrospect 1949. 11.55-12.5 a.m. Greeting the New Year. TO-MORROW MIDLAND PROGRAMME 296 metres 7.55 Weather. 8.0 News. 8.10 Programme Parade. 8.20 Orchestra; two pianos. 9.20 Programme Parade. 9.30 Service. 10.15 Records. 11.15 Open on Sunday. 11.30 Music Magazine. 1
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ELECTION MOVE NEXT WEEK?

ELECTION MOVE NEXT WEEK?

DECISION LIKELY Mr. Attlee, who has been staying at Chequers, is expected to return to Downing-street to resume his normal routine on Monday. No Cabinet meetings have yet been arranged, but by next week Mr. Attlee may have decided when he will advise the King to dissolve Parliam
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LATE NEWS

LATE NEWS

CLOTHES FOR CHILDREN TO BE CHEAPER A large range of clothing for thousands more children will be exempted from Purchase Tax from Monday. Exemption is confined to clothes and footwear for young children, and does not extend to those styled Junior Miss," Maids," and so on.
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Plymouth Schoolboys' Exhibition attracts over 5,000

Plymouth Schoolboys' Exhibition attracts over 5,000

By last night a total of 5,149 spectators had paid for admission during the first three days of the second annual Schoolboys' Exhibition at the Public Secondary School, Plymouth. Proceeds to date, about £210, are equi*ilent to the total raised by the exhibition la.st year. Twent
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HOUSES. LANDS. Ac. FOE SALE. TORQUAY. —Estate Agent. Auctioneer. A. P. R. NICOLLE. F.A.1., 62, Fleetstreet. Torquay. Tel. 4554. OFFERING

HOUSES. LANDS. Ac. FOE SALE. TORQUAY. —Estate Agent. Auctioneer. A. P. R. NICOLLE. F.A.1., 62, Fleetstreet. Torquay. Tel. 4554. OFFERING

Every Reliable PROPERTY which is now for SALE and situated between Exeter and Exmouth. —T. E. Underhill, Incorporated surveyor, Valuer, House St Estate Agent, Topsham. Surveys and valuations a speciality. TORQUAY and SOUTH DEVON. — House Agents, Auctioneers, ana Valuers.—SMlTH S
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MAN ON MURDER a CHARGE

MAN ON MURDER a CHARGE

NEWS REPORTER ANCHESTER CITY POLICE charged a man this afternoon with the murder l 4 ti.."Thomu Wood, aged 22. of Qotha-street, Arthvick, who died 1 44 t night after being found with B,,tkb wounds in a street near „'dwick Green fairground. ;je will be in court on Monday far his
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Quality has ma Ova/tine me 11,./d.;"Best Sell THE world-wide success of Ovaltine ' is due to the following facts :

Quality has ma Ova/tine me 11,./d.;"Best Sell THE world-wide success of Ovaltine ' is due to the following facts :

* `Ovaltine' provides special health-giving nourishment of the highest quality at the lowest possible price. * All the benefits of production on a large scale have been p2ssed On to the public in the present low prices. * Considering its exceptional quality, 'Ovaltine' is the mo
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A QUIET TOWN THE BANGS BEGAN

A QUIET TOWN THE BANGS BEGAN

31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Weather forecast

Weather forecast

N. WALES and N.W. ENGLAND.—Moderate southerly wind. decreasing. Fair with bright periods in many places this afternoon, fog forming to-night with frost in some places. Colder. FURTHER OUTLOOK.—CoId in many part., of England. with fog in some places. LIGHTING-UP.-4 29 p.m. to 7 5
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUT BLOWS UP AT HOUSING SITE

HUT BLOWS UP AT HOUSING SITE

Glasgow Firemen And Civilians Injured Three firemen were trapped under a wall when hut used as an explosives store at a Glasgow housing scheme caught fire'and blew up early this morning. Three civilians standing nearby were injured. The firemen and one civilian were allowed to h
31 December 1949 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland