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Wednesday Evening at 5.45 IPSWICH An opportunity for Wednesday closers to see one of the most "newsey" clubs in the

Wednesday Evening at 5.45 IPSWICH An opportunity for Wednesday closers to see one of the most "newsey" clubs in the

country, and the best Cheltenham Eleven for many seasons.
19 September 1938 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
"CANON IN D MAJOR—"

"CANON IN D MAJOR—"

If Organists Had Church Titles BISHOP'S VIEW AT PLYMOUTH SUGGESTION .by the Bishop of Plymouth that organists should be licensed to churches by the Bishop of the diocese in the same way as clergy were met with a favourable reception by the assembly at the ninth annual dinner of
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
COURT'S RETURN

COURT'S RETURN

Many Engagements roi Majesty This Week The King and Queen, accompanied ,y te cess Elizabeth and Princess Margate 1 ' to London today from Sandringhan <^ eCe fi the Court has been in residence sine ber 22. Their Majesties are travelling " train, reaching King's Cross after eo ji.
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AIR-RAID PRECAUTION

AIR-RAID PRECAUTION

New Director Of SuppV Appointed Mr. C. B. Hams, Deputy Director fl t at the Air Raid Precautions ! the Home Office, has been appointed of Supply in succession to Mr. J. who is retiring today. / \ Mr. Oliver, who retired at the 1934 from the post of Director Admiralty, was recall
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SCHMELING WINS ON POINTS

SCHMELING WINS ON POINTS

Outclassed FOR 20,000 SPECTATORS HAMBURG. Sunday, G witn Sreat pluck. na i the later when oa dly knocked abQUt _ P^-wSi er British and Em P erv"na.iiv * champion, surprised all o'cs, h d the majority of the v asti "g the distance nds in his fight here this f Wlth Schmeling, the
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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NINE DEAD IN SCOTS COLLIERY FIRE GERMAN YOUTH

NINE DEAD IN SCOTS COLLIERY FIRE GERMAN YOUTH

Recalls Nazi Putsch Xou Days r- ® Correspondent. BERLIN ' SUnda-J - l German Propaganda oadcast an address to ?h Uhe German youlh •N- .V of ", occasion of the fifth V Hitler's accession to Vho ,ad been and symoasia throughfr* th hi h .S rd Dr - Goebbels give the days da Minister
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Air Liner Record Broken

Air Liner Record Broken

A new record for the flight from London to Paris was established on Saturday by a British Airways liner which completed the 205 miles journey in 54 minutes —one minute better than the time of an air liner belonging to the same company a few days ago. The machine, which had a ful
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HAILE SELASSIE IN LONDON

HAILE SELASSIE IN LONDON

Desire For Peace INDEFINITE STAY AT AN HOTEL By A London Staff Reporter Haile Selassie; his daughter, Princess ' Taninania, and her eight-years-old son, Witt members of his staff, and three English friends—Mr. and Mrs. Shelley and their daughter—are remaining at the Castle Tower
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
STORM'S TRAIL OF DAMAGE

STORM'S TRAIL OF DAMAGE

(Continued from Page 5.) and was ultimately berthed on the warping buoy near the entrance to the harbour. . HAVOC SOUTH HAMS. In the South Hams the full force the gale was felt, and numerous trees were uprooted. Some fell across the main t and district roads, blocking traffic, w
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OBITUARY Mr. W. C. F. Norrish. Plymouth. Funeral of Mr. W. C. F. Norrish. of 34, Beaumont-road. Plymouth, took place

OBITUARY Mr. W. C. F. Norrish. Plymouth. Funeral of Mr. W. C. F. Norrish. of 34, Beaumont-road. Plymouth, took place

on Saturday. He was employed at Messrs. Brendon and Sons, printers. West Hoe, Plymouth. and a member of the Co-operative Ambulance Division. Principal mourners were the widow: Mr. W. Norrish. father: Messrs. E. and P. Norrish. brothers; Mrs. B. Baisk, sister; Mr. and Mrs. Carter
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England