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£20,537 for bed and breakfast Providing homeless families Pith bed and breakfast in 1974 75 has cost the County Council

£20,537 for bed and breakfast Providing homeless families Pith bed and breakfast in 1974 75 has cost the County Council

£20,537, substantially in excess of the budgetary provision, it aas reported at Tuesday's meeting of the County Council's Social Services committee. As on Ist April 33 families had been accommodated, while iis total for the full year was 117 families.
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Yes or No to EEC? As the referendum campaign in Chester nears its climax, both pro and anti EEC views

Yes or No to EEC? As the referendum campaign in Chester nears its climax, both pro and anti EEC views

are being proclaimed at different meetings during the 14-day countdown. At a meeting of, antimarketeers tonight ( Friday). the likely speakers are Mr John Crawford, Labour Party Parlia mentary candidate for Chester, and the Rt. Hon. Ernest Fernyhough (Labout MP for Jarrow). The
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
despite form

despite form

54 in 45 minutes aptly M ei Crated the improved middle order performance. but Mannion and Sutcliffe replied with as opening knock of 87 to turn th. match in Formt*'s favour. Mannion's 94 . was across plished in devastatin,• style 10 fours and a Ilut of threes the innings taking
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TOP PERFORMANCES

TOP PERFORMANCES

B. Jones (Balky Hill) 21-0; B. Jones (Tattenhall 'A') 21-2; J. Neu , rnbe (Hook 'A') 21.2; G. Donnelly (Hoole 'A') 21-3; W. Hardy (Bailey Hill) 21-3; D. Morgan (Bache 'B' 21-3; C. Payne (Bache 'A') 21-3; A. Millington (Bailey Hall) 21-4; A. Gregory (Tarvin) 21-4; T. Hewitt (Hool
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
RESULTS FROM GRESFORD

RESULTS FROM GRESFORD

Results from Gresf or d Sailing Club's weekend events on The Flash included: Single-handed series: Race I: 1, Taroona (H. Bainbridge): 2, Folo-Me (A. Pickles); 3, Sandjo (D. Hawkey). Race II: 1, Folo Me (A. Pickles): 2. Sandjo (D. Hawkey): 3. Taroona (D. Stockton). Sunday: Race
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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OWEN OWEN LTD'S HIGHEST EVER TRADING RESULTS

OWEN OWEN LTD'S HIGHEST EVER TRADING RESULTS

SALES in the Owen Owen Ltd group exceeded £5l million last year. it is reported by the directors. and profit after taxation was £1,063,000. Mr. John A. H. Norman, chairman, states that last year's the addition of further concession departments. results were the highest In the co
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
sods 7th Aims 1175 re LAI" • EWERS ENO 3lst MAY '75 ROWNTREE'S re SMITHS 43.02 5ih .,, at",74, ,....

sods 7th Aims 1175 re LAI" • EWERS ENO 3lst MAY '75 ROWNTREE'S re SMITHS 43.02 5ih .,, at",74, ,....

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23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FASHION PARADE

FASHION PARADE

The ladies of the congregation of St. James's Church organised a fashion parade of millinery. given by Marie and her models, with Mrs. C. D. Mack as commere.
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
of Mr. C.

of Mr. C.

Jones, J. R. Lo:kley R C. Norbury (rep. Education Committee, City Council), T. M. Cole (chairman of local NALGO.. J. Barker. L. Evans, W Griffiths, R. Pearce. N. Laycock, J. Wynn. W. F. Downward (former City Counc:l Treasurer), R. Morris, M. W. R. Jones S. J. Ellis. N. Noakes. B
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PRIORITIE

PRIORITIE

It is anticipated Oat by Ist September, 1975, information relative to each district's position will be available, and in the light of this information District Officers will discuss their own plans and priorities for their district, and report to their District Advisory Committe
23 May 1975 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England