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RURAL PLANNING INQUIRY AT BRAINTREE

RURAL PLANNING INQUIRY AT BRAINTREE

A public inquiry to consider the application of the North-West Essex Regional Planning Committee for approval of the proposed Braintree Rural District Planning Scheme was held at the Braintree Rural Council offices on Tuesday bv Mr. A Morris, M.lnst.C.E., an inspector of the Min
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
EMPIRE AIR DAY

EMPIRE AIR DAY

In spite ot the inclement weather on Saturday, Empire Air Day, many thousands of visitors nocked to the R.A.F. stations and civil aerodromes for first-hand thrills that hand in hand with aviation. Tnree distinguished visitors arrived by air at the display at the North Weald Aero
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
WITH AM PLANNING

WITH AM PLANNING

MINISTRY INQUIRY Thursday Mr. A. Morris, M.lnst.C.E., Inspectoi for the Minister, conducted an inquiry ai Witham into the Witham Urban Council planning scheme prepared by the North-West Essex Regional Planning Committee Mr. Ronald Long, clerk to the Commitee, stated their case,
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BRAINTREE

BRAINTREE

Presentation.—At a supper given by Mr. and Mrs. W. Wise, of the Spread Eagle Inn, Bocking, Mr. Wise was presented with a pair of slippers on his 70th birthday. A musical evening followed, with Mr. W. Wimfrey at the piano. Death of Mrs L E. Richardson.—Mrs. Lily Eieanor Richardso
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MURDER ECHO

MURDER ECHO

Thomas Albert Clay, the reprieved murderer released from Parkhurst, died in hospital on Saturday from tuberculosis, an hour after his telease. Clay was sentenced to death at the Okl Bailey in September. 1936, fbr the murder of his sweetheart, Phyllis Brace, aged 24, a nurse, in
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 

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In the House of Commons on Monday, the London and North-Eastern Railway Bill was read the third time, and the

In the House of Commons on Monday, the London and North-Eastern Railway Bill was read the third time, and the

West Thurrock Estate Bill was read a second time.
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ALLEGED WOUNDING

ALLEGED WOUNDING

THREE INGATESTONE MEN HURT. Three Ingatestone men—Frederick Gibbons, Dennis Bourke, and Michael Toolis were said to have been injured in an affray on Pier Hill, Southend, when Leonard Webb, 18, and Edward Harvey, 20, both of Woodcutter's Avenue, Eastwood; and Emanuel Brooks, 22,
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
REFLEXIONS BY REFLEX

REFLEXIONS BY REFLEX

The early days of June herald the commencement of the holiday seasor proper, and within the next few days the thoughts of hundreds of thousands oi people will turn to annual holidays where to go and what to see, week-ends the sea-side, day trips and even shorter excursions. * *
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ESSEX APPEALS

ESSEX APPEALS

Before Linton T. Thorp, Esq., K.C. (chairman), with whom sat S. L. Bensusan. Frank Nott, J. J. Pope, and W. Sturges, Esqrs. DOCTOR AND VAN DRIVER. Remarkable Case, Doctor Donald Mackenzie, ot Chingford Road. Walthamstow, appealed against a conviction by the Stratford Justices an
4 June 1938 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England