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R. G. MILLER dr CO. AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS and ESTATE AGENTS, S. KING SIREET, TRURO 'Phone 2503 and 35' Have the

R. G. MILLER dr CO. AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS and ESTATE AGENTS, S. KING SIREET, TRURO 'Phone 2503 and 35' Have the

following Freehold properties for Sale with Vacant Possession. CAHARRACK.—Three bedroom terrace house with two living rooms. Ideal modernisation. Garden. £750. Two bedroom terrace cottage with two living rooms. Mains electricity and water. part modernised; garden, garage space,
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
known to man. It contains all the H group of vitamins. Sprinkle I 3EMAX on your food every day and

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you'll provide the natural goodness so often missing from today's foods. You're bound to benefit from BEM AX —so buy some today. Send p.c. for the free booklet "Your Passport to a Youthful Middle Age ", which tells you how you'll benefit from BENtAx. to Vitamins Limited (Dept BF
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
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VISION , p.J VV:iI(.)N Tel. 2079 ST. AUSTELL 12. Victoria Place Open until 7 p.m. Fridays (near Jackson's. the Chemists) LISKEARD Telephone St. Austell 2079 31, Church Street CO. 1/2/6.1
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
TIL4,?iliS

TIL4,?iliS

COCKS.—The Family of the late Mrs. C. S. Cocks, late of blades, to express sincere thanks tor messages received in their bereavement, those who attended toe funeral and sent floral trieuves. special wanks to Mr. J. L. Jonas. COsai.—The Widow and Bons of Mr. S. Cole wish to expre
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
BOUNDARY REVIEW CLAIMS ON THREE BOROUGHS

BOUNDARY REVIEW CLAIMS ON THREE BOROUGHS

ment yet, Mr. Hawkey thought a possible that a report wuuia given to the full Councii at Yebruary meeting. Padstow Urban Council have formulated no scheme of their own in regard to boundary revisions, preierring to adopt a "neutral" atiaude, at, least until they are informed of
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 

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SIR HUGH FOOT LOOKS FORWARD TO HIS COMING U.N. JOB IN AFRICA

SIR HUGH FOOT LOOKS FORWARD TO HIS COMING U.N. JOB IN AFRICA

Work for Poorer Nations More Important
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Explosive Situation

Explosive Situation

Sir Hugh deve:oped this theme later in a talk to Liskeard Brotherhood at the Public Hall. He quoted U Thant, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, who had said the division of the World into rich and poor nations provided a much more explosive situation than any ideologic
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
R.A.F. Corporal Sent For Trial

R.A.F. Corporal Sent For Trial

Alleged to have committed a serious offence against a girl aged 12. James Henry Crago, a corporal in the R.A.F., stationed at St. Mawgan, and living in married quarters at 22, Boyd Avenue, Padstow, was committed by Wadebridge magistrates on Wednesday of last week, for trial at t
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Cardns Describes Bradman's Attack

Cardns Describes Bradman's Attack

Who, other than Cardus. could hive written of the Lords Test in 1930 like this? "Ponsford and Woodfull scored 162 for the first Australian wicket. then Bradman in two hours and forty minutes scourged the England attack for 155 not out. The power and ease, the fluent, rapid. vehe
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
RIFLE SHOOTING Won By Two Points

RIFLE SHOOTING Won By Two Points

Match 12 of the St. Austell League proved to be very close, and resulted in East Hill beating British Railways by only two points. Scores: East Hill—T. J. Clemes 99, J. D. James 99, E. C. Parsons 96, Miss G. M. Packer 96, Miss D. 0. M. Smallwood 96, D. F. Sandford 94, total 580.
31 January 1963 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England