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POWER STATION AND GRAVEL WORKINGS AT DRAKELOWE

POWER STATION AND GRAVEL WORKINGS AT DRAKELOWE

Gravel set up by the Minister of Town and Country Plaimung. is as iloesugai.- lug the future needs of land for gravel working in the Burton WIC and cluded that 650 acres of new gravel land would be required in the next 50 years. The committee was also seeking any suitable materi
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Economy Measures Started in Burton with other means of pleasure for the Curton public, but those things had tu 1..

Economy Measures Started in Burton with other means of pleasure for the Curton public, but those things had tu 1..

paid for. Concerning education, Mr. Souster said: " cargy out the los.l Education Act In our generation, and priorities should be created. We shuukl devote our energies and finance to the trovision of schools, smaller classes, roxl to the improvement of the lot of the teachers,
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MISS MUST SHARPE and tier three4ler 11-candle cake.

MISS MUST SHARPE and tier three4ler 11-candle cake.

her coming of with a party at St hoolroom, Moira.. when 86 friends and relations were entertained tis tea. _ _ _ The duties of toast molter were carried out by Mr. A. Sharpe. of The Furnace. %lona. .% large two tier cake. v 21 candles, adorned one of the tables. In the evening t
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
"ciitouas. 17, STATION STREET, BURTON-ON-TRENT el Tar r -- GET A gIIKE TO-DAY . :MC LOYDS EASY WAY ' •

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04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MR. JOHN AMR, RANGEMORE

MR. JOHN AMR, RANGEMORE

The death of Mr. John Attan. of Lawkley at the age of 15 years remove* another link with the days ths Wel Burton. Juhn Atkin had lived on the Lawkiey homestead for SO years. His took place at Itangetnore. The tanitly mourners were Mr. W %Gan (son), Mrs. Tyrrell. Mrs Shaw. stn. D
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BURTON DIVISION UNIONIST WHIST LEAGUE Champions _Entertain "-The Rest"

BURTON DIVISION UNIONIST WHIST LEAGUE Champions _Entertain "-The Rest"

BURTON DIVISION UNIONIST WHIST LEAGUE Champions _Entertain " - The Rest" There was no " end of season • atmospbere at the Pavilion. Rough Hayes, on Monday evening, when a fitting conclusion to the Unionist League competition took place . . . . . . At the Invitation of the league
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
ASHBY CHAMBER OF TRADE FAIR A Good Town to Shop

ASHBY CHAMBER OF TRADE FAIR A Good Town to Shop

• In COUNCIL CHAIRMAN'S APPEAL TO PUBLIC --- Admiration for the progiessive spirit of the Ashby Camber of Trade was expressed by Mr. G. E. A. Ridgway. chairman of Ashby Urban District Council. when In the Town Hall tie performed the opening ceremony at Asaby's th.rd Trades Fair.
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HATTON'S GAS COSTS MORE Level Charges to be Considered

HATTON'S GAS COSTS MORE Level Charges to be Considered

Nlr. E. H. Wright (chairman) presided twee a meeting of Hatton Pulse Wednesday night. In reply to the council's query as to gas was twopence a therm dearer in Hatton than in Burton. information wa n received ft itt the East Midlands Board that the levelling of eharrs wf_.l4 be c
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WHO GOT £lOO MILLION LAST YEAR?

WHO GOT £lOO MILLION LAST YEAR?

The sensible holders of National Savings earned this amount in interest on National Savinp last year. Twenty-seven million people, like you perhaps, who had the sense to do themselves a bit of good. There are 17 in Savinp 01111fiCatCS; 21 1131111011 SCCOIIIII2I in the Post Offic
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MR. Mitl MM. 1.00111 Church Bells Honour Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Logie

MR. Mitl MM. 1.00111 Church Bells Honour Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Logie

MR. MM. 1.00111 Church Bells Honour Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Logie The hells of Burton Parit-.1 Church were rung oft Friday in celebration of the diamond wedding of Mt. and Mrs. Richard William Logic, of " Berwyn," 3, Hightield Drive, Ashby Road. For 23 years, Mr. Login was a bellringe
04 May 1950 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England