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What PiMe ! * IT is surprising how the man-inthe-street is gulled by such men as Aneurin Bevan, because he happens to have the gift of oratory, but fortunately not all of us take much notice of his bray. He says the Government maintains full employment, what piffle, when he knows
12 October 1949 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
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400 BALLROOM 4Mm»

12 October 1949 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
BAPTISM ‘LOSING

BAPTISM ‘LOSING

Airliner Will Have Dressing Rooms Blackawton Not 'Dreariest Village 1 IMTSS Jefferson Carter, member of Blackawton Parish Council and author of the phrase describing the village as "the dreariest I know in Devon,” has offered her apologies to the parish. Following the regular me
12 October 1949 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
WORPLESDON FOURSOMES

WORPLESDON FOURSOMES

Mrs. A. C. Critchley and Cyril Tolley won their fourth round match in the Worplesdon (Surrey) mixed foursomes to-day, beating Comtesse O. Lanskoy and H* La maze 3 and 2. Other fourth round results: Mrs. A. H H. Oilligan and L. H. Merton bt Mrs. M. Oourlay and Ma]. W. A. Stevenso
12 October 1949 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
STRATHSPEY (25-1) WINS THE CESAREWITCH

STRATHSPEY (25-1) WINS THE CESAREWITCH

Mr. Rank’s Horse Leads Coubrador And Blue Coral MR. J. V. RANK’S horse, Strathspey, a 25—1 outsider, won the Cesarewitch Stakes from Coubrador and Blue Cortral at Newmarket to-day. The winner was trained by Cannon and ridden by E. Smith. Newmarket Strathspey was quoted at 22—1 t
12 October 1949 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 

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12 October 1949 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
HOUSES SALE AND WANTED PAIGNTON. End Terrace Property, very central position. 2 reception, J bedrooms, w.c., scullery. Smail garden. Electric

HOUSES SALE AND WANTED PAIGNTON. End Terrace Property, very central position. 2 reception, J bedrooms, w.c., scullery. Smail garden. Electric

light and gas. Freehold £2.100. —Holly man, Auctioneer, Paignton Tel. BRIXHAM. Modern Semi - Detached RESIDENCE, close to the town. bedrooms. 2 reception rooms, bathroom and w.c., kltchenetc. All main services. Garden. Detached garage. Freehold £3,000. —Hollyman, Auctioneer, Pai
18 September 1948 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
OT ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN O CHURCH. Totwood Gardens, Torquay—Sunday. September 19th, Rev W KARLE.

OT ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN O CHURCH. Totwood Gardens, Torquay—Sunday. September 19th, Rev W KARLE.

18 September 1948 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
OCTOBER RALLY.

OCTOBER RALLY.

Mr. H. (president the Torquay branch) and Mr. H. Frenchenbu g (vice-president of the National League Young Liberals) wil be the speakers at an October Liberal rally.
18 September 1948 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
PRINCESS GARDENS

PRINCESS GARDENS

JAN BERENSKA AND HIS BROADCASTING ORCHESTRA Daily 11 a.m and p.m Sunday 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Enclosure Bd. Outside 6d. BABBACOMBE CONCERT CHILDREN’S MORNING HALL THEATRE MOONSHINE "—summer Show PRINCESS PIER at a.m. Evenings at 8. Friday at 6 and 8.15. Mylo—the Magician, Conjuring.
18 September 1948 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England