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ICICLE So passengers are

ICICLE So passengers are

left out in the cold HUNDREDS of home-going workers and shoppers were stranded in Chester last night by a lightning strike of Crosville 'bus crews which erupted yesterday morning. Services were thrown into confusion when shortly after 10 a.m. Crosville drivers called an emergenc
09 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PACKAGED ROSES

PACKAGED ROSES

Bees have already made a itart in this direction by introducing packaged rose bushes into supermarkets, and their plans for the next three years aim to take even more of the backache and work out of gardening . Bees, today one of the largest horticultural organisations in the wo
09 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
From 5/ Emil Frous 3/ 3 prim BRIDGE ST. ROW,

From 5/ Emil Frous 3/ 3 prim BRIDGE ST. ROW,

09 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HEALTH PRAISES CHESHIRE'S family doctors have been praised by Minister of Health, Mr. Richard Cretsman, their handling of the recent 'flu epidemic.

HEALTH PRAISES CHESHIRE'S family doctors have been praised by Minister of Health, Mr. Richard Cretsman, their handling of the recent 'flu epidemic.

"lt - seems to me." he states in a letter circularised to all local da-:tors. "a remarkable tribute to the effectiveness of British general practice that this load was camel without fuss on the d•►ctnrs' and with nothing but commendation from their patients. - He pair..., out th
30 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MINISTER'S REPLY TO BLACON TENANTS' PETITION

MINISTER'S REPLY TO BLACON TENANTS' PETITION

In what the Rowing Cee• —en the pockets of tenants, par• general increase in rents on ilth elect on sth JassnarT, u7l• The maximum of 10s. a week in any the 1961 Act was only f 24 • Ree ve L'halrman (Mr. Gorden OcularlY those who are not well April. 11163, averaging ls. Id. a ga
30 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
by Linesman

by Linesman

30 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IESULTS

IESULTS

Seethe 'A': Border Ath. 0. Mason Sports 11; Boole Albion 2, Barlows 2; Sateenll 1. Bodo Sports 3; Shell Swan 12, Crosville 2; Civil Service 1, Outcasts I. iieetliTair: Malden Sutton W. 3, Aldford 3; TllO 2, Elton Ardor.: 1: Gulf 1, Chester J 8 4; Kop 5$ 14, MANWEB 0. Beetles V:
30 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FIXTURES

FIXTURES

Div. I: Hawker Slddelev v Barrow: Hoo:e v Sunbury; -Obnerverv Runcorn BC: Reliance v Frodsham Ath.; Uoton AA v Porndon DR; Broughton v Tattenhall. Div RAF Sealand v Ceatrian Alex; Handbridge MI v Delamere: Kingsley Ath v Rehance Res: At. Werburgh's v Newton Ath; Elton v County °
30 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Shooting practice no preparation for

Shooting practice no preparation for

With the Ist and 2nd XI fixtures at C. F. Mott Teachers' College being postponed, it was another Saturday of searching for a game for these unemployed players For the Ist XI, trying to prepare themselves for a quarterfinal cup clash with Chester 'A', this postponement was extrem
30 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TWO PENALTIES

TWO PENALTIES

Chester were awarded a penalty for an offside infringement which Jones put over from near the touch line 40 yards out, and a short time later added another penalty goal from a scrummage infringement. Chester held on to the draw, denying the University any further score. In Padmo
30 January 1970 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England