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DRAMA BEHIND THE SCENES

DRAMA BEHIND THE SCENES

Plymouth Actor's Night Of Anxiety WIFE SERIOUSLY ILL IN HOSPITAL WHEN Mr. P. Bulleid appeared at " the Palace Theatre last night as leading man in the City of Plymouth Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society's production of " Good-night Vienna," his wife lay in a Plymouth hospital
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PASCH WINS 2,000 GUINEAS EASILY

PASCH WINS 2,000 GUINEAS EASILY

Scottish Union Beaten By Two Lengths KING WATCHES RACE GORDON RICHARDS has a great chance this year to ride his Derby winner. All going well he will have the mount on Mr H. E. Morriss's Pasch, on whom he easily won the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket yesterday. The race was watched b
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GLO'SHIRE'S SOUND DISPLAY

GLO'SHIRE'S SOUND DISPLAY

Practice Game at Stowon-tlie-Wold Gloucestershire players displayed sound batting and bowling in their practice game against Mr Myles-Kenyon's XI. at Stow-onthe-Wold yesterday. Barnett, Stephens, Cranfield and Sinfield all returned good bowling analyses and dismissed the home si
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LONG ASHTON PARISH COUNCIL

LONG ASHTON PARISH COUNCIL

Re-election of Chairman and Vice-Chairnian Mr Herbert Jefferies, who has been chairman Long Ashton Parish Council since 1.921, was again re-elected at the annual meeting of the Council, at tha Church House, Long Ashton, and Mr C. A Harrington Fry was re-appointed vicechairman Th
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GIRL CRICKETER BURIED

GIRL CRICKETER BURIED

W.I. Represented at Dundry Funeral The funeral service took plaee at St. Michael's parish church, Dundry, for Miss Betty Marshall, the youngest daughter Mr and Mrs George Marshall of Bridgwater Farm, Dundry Miss Betty Marshall, who was 21, was a member of the Dundry Women's Inst
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A skittles match played at the Village Club, Long Ashton, between the Shepherds' Friendly Society Social Club and the Pride

A skittles match played at the Village Club, Long Ashton, between the Shepherds' Friendly Society Social Club and the Pride

Ashton Lodge, resulted in tie 350 pins cacik
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A MEASURE OF PRUDENCE

A MEASURE OF PRUDENCE

due course Parliament will be asked to legalise the secret purchase of foodstuffs which the Chancellor revealed in his Budget speech on Tuesday. There should be no disposition to cavil at the action which the Government has taken in this regard. All recognise that the accumulati
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO-DAY'S BOOK REVIEW

TO-DAY'S BOOK REVIEW

„ THEY ARE TRANSFORMED- Seton Peacey. 7/6- Mac» and Co., Ltd. If family sagas are not to taste, this example is not make a convert of you It second volume of a trilogy when completed, will trace , history of the Cargoe during the past hundred 3'' and although the author s that e
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DISPUTE OVER PIECE OF LAND AT BRISLINGTON

DISPUTE OVER PIECE OF LAND AT BRISLINGTON

Owner Claims Damages for Alleged Trespass A dispute over a piece of Brislin°ton, Bristol, known as "Further Whitecross." led to an action at Bristol Count> Court, yesterday, before Judge , which the owner of the land—Francis John Humphries, butcher of Rhodjate Lodge Blagdon—soug
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MOTORIST COMMITTED FOR TRIAL!

MOTORIST COMMITTED FOR TRIAL!

Mr Harold King, clerk to the Somerset County Council, was one of the witnesses for the prosecution at Taunton yesterday when Ascott James King, licensee of the Merry Harriers, Clayhidon, Devon, was charged with driving a motor-car whilst under the influence of drink to such an e
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England