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FILM I RECOMMEND

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MU. Is • history master at grammar School who has • pi...won for muss' and ekes out, his living by thumptng the, piano in pub In the eventnga: TOHN MILLS blows a rest Aner headmaster thinks hot thts music a Waste of time, email cheerful which doan heavily the school' tousle mesa
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MBE R ALE AfeditlM

MBE R ALE AfeditlM

14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
1963 51'M34931, 8.999107 i

1963 51'M34931, 8.999107 i

1963 51'M34931, i BLACKPOOL 30 7.13. Ir. 'Mt Tilt IC 6`.11
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PRICE OF FOOD KEEPS RISING

THE PRICE OF FOOD KEEPS RISING

APPOINTMENT ON THE WEAR Thit years after Amon David Brow Induslnes as apprentice. Mr. J. P. 6. PIM Yu been ippointed swot ifs Roelcon trawl itlderilleil mid Sunderland. THE wholesale price of food rose six per cent, during May, according to the Board of Trade, bringing its Index
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
... stock movements Today's prices LEM Guide LONDON BRITISH FUND: 4 . invest HABI2._INBUILANCE a you auggesl the tobacco •

... stock movements Today's prices LEM Guide LONDON BRITISH FUND: 4 . invest HABI2._INBUILANCE a you auggesl the tobacco •

Ell benent from sales dlter•tippe A mall growing has a large poll manta a. are at about it. lees than 4t• per c Si nee a Bonds come version Into 44 pa aEga, TOBAt'CO S Quite soon. I h i,.4e! quota iota Certificates. AA I IYDVSTR►AI.S i7; 7 r V 4. tax on the inters from Defence R
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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ODEON THEA Num.AkiLE sc.of

ODEON THEA Num.AkiLE sc.of

14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TRIBUTE TO ISANUFACTEILERS

TRIBUTE TO ISANUFACTEILERS

I am glad to report that par cent. of our goods are British made, this la alto true of the materials and fabrics toed. you know, we get high standards for the manufacture of "IX Michael" merchandise. Re are fortunate in having • flop body of suppliers who have warlird Wilk far m
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
tomorrow.

tomorrow.

And among them will be the 20-month-old heir to the title. the Hon. Edward Richard. Probably one of the youngest competitors ever to take part In a gymkhana. The little chap will be riding a tiny Shetland pony. with a basket seat saddle. the fancy dress parade. Alan cornoeting t
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
baby Edward in tomorrow's big gymkhana

baby Edward in tomorrow's big gymkhana

an r cure that any depth It.any one must. hare teed- and out • Lobelia and Zehram bill be :erect cm"4ll.ln andth fa a r a t: DAP EDWARD slams Isis first pubic tits mSt Iv nein Med, clay foe beet laid mbar' bra h admired by two of Ws sisters. Tomorrow he mare Ms Second public By
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
rides

rides

TeMOte In their rh:te coats and back room. Do much so that they Are completely out of touch Platt the public and public opinion, And this Is not heslthy. An example We can't all know something about everythMilit• But 4 4 healthier for desnocracv that v.e shou;d have more opportu
14 June 1963 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England