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IN SIZES 2 x 21, 3 x 2, 3 x 21. 31 x 21. 3 x 3, 3 x 31.

IN SIZES 2 x 21, 3 x 2, 3 x 21. 31 x 21. 3 x 3, 3 x 31.

31 x 31. 3 x 4. 11 x 4, 31 x 41. 4 x 4, 4 x 41, 4 is 5 AND HUNDREDS of DESIGNS and QUALITIES 1 , SUPERFINE WORSTED WILTON in BODY and STAIR CARPET at 75/-lakT Dnsign lii * PRE-BUDGET PRICES Red, end Moshre•sn
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
"Some of you may even b e cooking your Chrisimas dinner by dec- fteluimuomumw iric sly generated from atomic energy"

"Some of you may even b e cooking your Chrisimas dinner by dec- fteluimuomumw iric sly generated from atomic energy"

Sir John Cockcroft 1050 The Year of the ATOM by Ritchie Calder In 1956 the first British atomic power station, Calder Hall, will supply atomic power to homes and factories. Ritchie Calder has lived with the atom for over so years and knows all the mast important personalities re
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
GRAND THEATRE NIGHTLY at 7-30 MATINEES TO-MORROW (SAT MON. sod WED. at 2-30. THIS WELK AND NEXT N. U. TENNENT

GRAND THEATRE NIGHTLY at 7-30 MATINEES TO-MORROW (SAT MON. sod WED. at 2-30. THIS WELK AND NEXT N. U. TENNENT

LTD. by with IRENE MAYER SELZNICK prel.cot JOAN ROBERT GREENWOOD FLEMYNG IN BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE By JOHN von DRUTEN. Directed by REX HARRISON I TOWER CIRCUS
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DAY to W. Cont. 2-15 CINEHIASCOPE Humphrey Bogert Gene Tierney Lee J. Cobb THE LEFT HAND OF GOD (A) Colour

TO-DAY to W. Cont. 2-15 CINEHIASCOPE Humphrey Bogert Gene Tierney Lee J. Cobb THE LEFT HAND OF GOD (A) Colour

de Luxe 2-35 5-45 9-3 Lemberg Keith Andes A LIFE AT STAKE IA) 4-5, 7-20. L C.P. 7-20.
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Neighbours gain revenge

Neighbours gain revenge

Thornton Opts, Fleetwood NI. , T HORNTON gained their revenge in the Boxing Day return match with Fleetwood at Fleetwood-road which they won In the last 10 minutes with two trim scored following defensive blunders by Fleetwood. It was chiefly . a forward battle with the muddy gr
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
FLEETWOOD CHRONICLE

FLEETWOOD CHRONICLE

You place the order —WE DO THE REST! Particulars horn "Chronicle" Office, Albert Square, Fleetwood.
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TUITION Mistaken tendency

TUITION Mistaken tendency

AT the annual luncheon of the loylde committee of the Industrial Life Oflloes at the Imperial Hotel, Blackpool, the chief toast proposed by Mr. James L. Adsheatt president of the Blackpool and nide Law Society. Among those present were insur nce ofScials from Meet. wood. Mr. Ads
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
SAFETY' ... real safety for the fishermen. Within seconds, in moments of disaster R.F.D. RUBBER DINGHIES, launched, automatically Inflated and

SAFETY' ... real safety for the fishermen. Within seconds, in moments of disaster R.F.D. RUBBER DINGHIES, launched, automatically Inflated and

ready to receive the crew under any conditions of sea and weather. This is the equipment now superseding conventional buoyant apparatus aboard great numbers of fishing vessels as well as many other classes of ships. Already proved in action on several occasions—saving the lives
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Going Places? c P A F I IIN E ' H E HOWORTH LTD H. • FLEETWOOD'S LEADING TRAVEL AGENCY

Going Places? c P A F I IIN E ' H E HOWORTH LTD H. • FLEETWOOD'S LEADING TRAVEL AGENCY

43 VICTORIA STREET, FLEETWOOD PHONE 557 We have the World on Display . . . WINTER SPORTS AND CRUISES COOK'S, LUNN'S AND FRAMES BOOK NOW FOR 1956 CRUISES--ORIENT, P. & 0. oitil ROYAL MAIL It pays to see us—your Local Travel Agents—it you ore Ermgrating. Our invaluable advice cost
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
tions in which it was difficult to produce anything like good quality rugby. Honours were even at the interval, and

tions in which it was difficult to produce anything like good quality rugby. Honours were even at the interval, and

the game looked like ending in • stalemate when Thornton suddenly snapped up two gilt-edged chances and claimed the honours. There were few highlights and Fleetwood have only themselves to blame for their 14th defeat of the season. Margin should have been greater Fleetwood "A" 3
30 December 1955 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England