Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 358,569 articles

Liberal Candidate for Broxtowe ?

Liberal Candidate for Broxtowe ?

COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER POSITION Liberal supporters in the Broxtowe constituency, who issued a statement last week the etlect that they would not put a candidate into the held at the General Election, are to hold a meeting to-morrow evening to reopen the question. Fhcy have receiv
27 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NOTTS. A.C. AND RELAY RACING

NOTTS. A.C. AND RELAY RACING

Retiring Secretary’s Comments Commcnimg in his icpoa at the annual meeting last night o( the Notts. Athletic Club, that the club had set to win Midland Counties or ngland relay championshstp. Mr. . Kaymcnt, the icnring secrcury, ■aid that he believed they had the men capable 01
27 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Bilborough Schoolboys’ Concert

Bilborough Schoolboys’ Concert

Sketches, choral singing and solo verse recitations were included in the concert programme given by boys of the Player Secondary Modern School. Bilborough, at St. Georges Church Hall, Kirke White-street. Nottingham, last night. All the boys were members of the Scripture Union of
27 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DIFFICULT PLAY WELL DONE

DIFFICULT PLAY WELL DONE

Cameo Players 9 Achievement Maugham’s The Sacred Flame,” is one of those plays which attach the label ambitious ” to any amateur company that tackles them. The Cameo Players enjoy that reputai tion already, but it is fair to assume they had some misgivings about presenting so ex
27 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
First-Aid Tests

First-Aid Tests

from Nottingham. Derby and Sheffield will take part in the London Midland Region railway ambulance competitions to be held at the Derby Railway Institute on February 6th and 7th. Derby has nine teams entered, six representing the loco works and three from the carriage and wagon
27 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
£102,338 ESTATE

£102,338 ESTATE

Former Chief of Notts. Shoe Firm I Mr. Harold Royce, ot 49, Chancellor House, Tunbridge Wells, lornoerly of Oak Bank, Mansbeld. for some years managing director '.and chairman of the Mansfield Shoe Co. a director of the Norvic Shoe Co., and the Mansfield Laundry Co. Ltd., lelt £
2 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CABINET COMMITTEE MEETS

CABINET COMMITTEE MEETS

New Labour Peerages Not Election Pointer 'THE Prime Minister, Mr. Attlee, drove back from Chequers to 10, Downing-street to-day, and was this afternoon attending a meeting there of a Cabinet Committee. Mr. Herbert Morrison, Lord President of the Council, who will return soon to
2 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
UNSETTLED, HE STOLE TWO WATCHES

UNSETTLED, HE STOLE TWO WATCHES

Two-Year Sentence Less than month after leaving prison, following a 15-month sentence. Aubrey Frank Hannah, stated to be living with his financee’s parents at 19. Walker-terrace, Nottingham, was feeling unsettled throug failing to get a job lorry-driver. In this unsettled state,
2 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Notts. Young Farmers

Notts. Young Farmers

Nous. Young Farmers are to take part in an exchange visit scheme with young farmers in Denmark, next May. y from Nous, will speryl 10 to 14 days in Denmark as guests of the Danes and later in the year their Danish hosts will visit Notts, and be entertained by the ’ Club members
2 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DECEMBER WAS MILD

DECEMBER WAS MILD

Fitting End to Warm Year December has been a mild month, with frequent, though not heavy, rain. It was the warmest December in Nottingham for seven years. Apart from a minor cold snap around the 10th, the highest afternoon temperature of the 10th being 34.9 degrees, the weather
2 January 1950 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England