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golfers receive trophies

golfers receive trophies

Vicar's Cross Golf Clu b's annual dinner and presentation ,evening was held last Friday, when the principal guest was Mr. A. B. Fraser-Thomson (vicepresident, Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs). He replied to the toast to the Union, which was proposed by the captain of Vicar's Cross,
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HONG KONG

HONG KONG

Globe trotting George Cadwaladr who has been riding with great success in Germany leaves for Hong Kong on 10th November and will stay out there until Ist April. In Germany this summer he rode 19 winners, including a double at Baden Baden. Based at Bremen . with Adolf Wohler, sec
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FINAL

FINAL

The under-16 Chester and District Knock-out Final, between Catholic High School and Queen's Park High School, probed to be a long drawn-out affair. At the end of normal time, both teams shared four goals. The final was replayed on Saturday when both teams again shared four goals
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
YOU'LL WITH

YOU'LL WITH

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05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
YOUNG WIVES

YOUNG WIVES

The Young Wives Group met in the Community Hall on 26th October. Mrs. A. Steel presided. The speaker was Mrs. Todd of Frodsham who gave a demonstration of Pewter work. Refreshments were served by Mesdames A. Mulliner, 1. Renshaw and G. Deake.
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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FIFTY YEARS

FIFTY YEARS

05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
cuts despite

cuts despite

strong The suggestion that £25.000 should be saved by cutting spending on fire prevention was "appalling" Mr. Harold Tomlins told fellow councillors at the Social Services meeting on Tuesday. protest Social Services Director, Mr. M. G. Speed told the committee that to keep in li
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FIRST NIGHT OUT IN THREE YEARS ENDS IN COURT

FIRST NIGHT OUT IN THREE YEARS ENDS IN COURT

JOHN SANDERS went overboard when he had his first n'ght out in three years, Chester Magistrates heard on Wednesday. Sanders (33), of Houseman Close, Blacon, appeared before them charged with being drunk in charge of a car, failing to provide a specimen for a laboratory test, and
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO DRUGS DOCTOR'S DIAGNOSIS

TO DRUGS DOCTOR'S DIAGNOSIS

doctors told me I only had two or three years left. I was trying to come to terms with my illness." Mr. Roger Dutton, defending, said McArdle started using hard drugs again after being forced to stop work in Holland in April because of the illness. His involvement in the hard dr
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HOOLE: A terraced property modernised throughout in quiet location

HOOLE: A terraced property modernised throughout in quiet location

BOUGHTON: A four and spacious accommc edroomed property offering modernLsed ition BOUGHTON HEATH: A semi-detached older type property with above average sized accommodation and private rear garden SOUTH OF THE RIVER DEE: A modern semi-detached property in extremely good sized pl
05 November 1976 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England