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  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

6 Nov 1952

Before starting his crossexamination Mr. E. R. Makin, defending, told Lady Derby that Winstanley wished him (Mr. Makin) to say that he had the most extreme regret for what had happened. Lady Derby made no reply Replying to Mr. Makin. Lady Derby said she

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

25 Jul 1952

Passey. of Winchester. with his chestnut gelding Warwick Pathfinder, and Mr. O. L. Ambrose. of Westbourne. with his chestnut mare Lady Westbourne. In a small class for pairs. leading honours fell to Mr. W. M. Vinicombe. of Farnborough. Kent. with Keaton

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

29 Apr 1950

off. The result is frankly hilarious. Whatever Mr Stock's faults, he was still extremely funny and that the all-important thing in this quick, witty play. His facial expressions, his use of gesture, and his timing, were excellent. He is on the stage almost

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

24 Sep 1953

University and has been awarded Clifford postgraduate scholarship to read for his M.A. degree. When in Portsmouth, he won a City Major Scholarship of Community Centres and Mr and Mrs, Laird's younger Associations have decided to son. Robert, recently awarded a

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

4 Dec 1959

mentioned in dispatches for his skill and courage in operations in the Far East. He was awarded the 0.8. E. in 1944, and the C.B. in 1956. His home is at Bosham. New Chairman SUCCERSOR to Mr. .1. C Mother as Oakum of Cammell Laird and Co. is Admiral Sir Michael

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

26 Jun 1953

Monday niaht. 7.30-10.JO. Is. M.C.. Donald Marie. EMBASSY BALLROOM. MONDAY mxt; Carl Barrlteau and his music. 7.30 to midnight. 3s. ■Gene Mayo and his orchestra. Full bullet lacillues. VACANCIES In the Royal Naval Scientific Service. i Applications *re

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

24 Jun 1950

Portsmouth (Aiderman Sir Denis Daley). Left to right: Admiral Sir Ralph Leatham, Lady Daley. Mrs. Fox (Mayoress of Bermuda), Mr. Leon Fox (Mayor), the Lord Mayor, and Lady Leatham. r. n 88>»;t improved Caravan Site Opened ORE than 40 caravans from • Kent

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

2 Aug 1952

2s Late transport Fareham and Bridgemary. a OLD-TIME Dancing. Rock Garden j Pavilion to-nleht, 8-11. admission 3s M C.’s Mr. and Mrs. Montague Johnson; music the Broadway Quartet. S ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE;- Yoo must add the words Apply Employment Exchange

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

21 Jul 1950

aho *. PERMANENT ran,Mr H-'lp Wantrd tn.nrrt' A, ■ BOWLER A BLAKE tori' Lr, •«• Koval Hoftp.tal matron and Jt.ff of >- .O .hr Matron IF .» •’d.,. «'k'b.nal Rd North f fl- - “or- Falair and Vaii.rrv i*i .-C., C». •’■•IF Mr Mr, RlltllS.’ ■RIAp Bakrr

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

10 Oct 1953

doctors and nurses WAYMARK—Mr wishes to thank ail relatives, friends and neighbours, also Mr. and Mrs. Cook and staff, customers and Dart Club of ** Ye *• and his workmates for beautiful floral tributes received in sympathy of his tragic loss. PERSONAL PERSONAL

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

8 May 1951

awarded to Mr. A. E. Ayre. Miss M. Farrant and Messrs. C. H Guy. J A. Hewes, and W. Bradshaw-Bond weie awarded diplomas. Other awards; Beginners* Class. Mr. M, Taylor. Natural Htstoiy. Mr, « Monochrome Slide.-,, Mr, P. O Bradley. Colour Slides. Mr. E C. Ive:

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

1 Jul 1950

fn««d; central Mrs. Salley. 58. I.adfsmUh Road. Plymouth. BOURNEMOUTH Comfortable Bed and Breakfast 45s weekly; central Mrs Payne 86. Churmlnster Road TWO Furnished Roo«f use of hath and kitchen, suit naval business couple.—43. • * 8 LADY would like lo

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

9 May 1950

(Councillor Vfiles) and Mrs. Miles. Major Sir Jocelyn Lucas. Bart . MP, Mrs T. H. Clarke, the laird Mayor elect (Alderman Sir Denis Daley > and Ladv Daley, the Admiral Superintendent Portsmouth Dockyard (Rear-Admiral W Y La R Beverley) and Mrs Beverley. Grom Cant

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

25 May 1955

improve- that laird Kitchener was seen mont. following his operation, smiling— a thing did not will more enthusiastically often do. received than St. MarvT Ten years ago. Empire Day Portsea. again took secondary place For Dr. Garbett spent Hi; other events

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

29 Mar 1950

* IHI. London Waterloo*’He _, C EXCEPTIONALLY attra« Deta bed I Bungalow quiet rd accluded position; 1 bedrras lounge dining rni bathrm

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

24 Apr 1959

Unwin, who was Lord Mayor and Lady accompanied by his wife, and the ma (Coun. and Mrs. A. L. Royal Marines by Colonel J. C. BlariZ ess to 1,200 Portsmouth Kimpton, who was accompanied citizens, was outstanding for its by Mrs. Kimpton. warm informality

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

22 Dec 1955

was cut by the two oldest members. Mrs. Jeffery and Mr. Cooley. both nonagenarians. Lady Daley and other members of the W.V.B. were velment. Lady Daley testified to the Fat efforts put into the club its President (Mrs. E. ' =peon) and her committee. E

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

26 Jan 1954

To-morrow, public dancing to Roy Richards and his Maylalr Music. 7 11 p m.. 3s. B EMPRESS BALLROOM. OLD-TIME Dancing to-night to Gene Mayo and his orchestra. 7.30 p.rn, to 11 p m., admission 25.: spot prizes. M.C., Mr. Sykes. £5 TOP VALUE 0 tables). Whist at

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

18 May 1955

was welcomed by Mr. E. A. Altfield 'Managing Director' and Mr. C. H. Freeman and Mr. E. Symonds (directors'. The Lady Mayoress was presented with a bouquet by Mrs. J, H, Gardener member of the staffi. who also presented a bouquet Mrs. Attfield. Alter

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

23 Jul 1955

—Berkeley Hotel. 55. South Parade. YOUNG women required for bottle sorting and bottle washing. Light work and easy hours. Apply Mr. Callard. Ltd. Cecil Place. Hambrook St.. require two experienced Car Drivers with knowledge of Portsmouth. Apply 10, Queen’s

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