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EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Devon Estimates Show Increase Education 5n Devon for 1950-51 will cost the rates about £37.000 more than for 1949-50, if the Education Committee's estimate is adopted. The original estimates, presented to the County Education Committee yesterday, provided for total- expenditure
13 January 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS

MID-DEVON FOXHOUNDS Sat., Jan. 14— Rushford Woods, 11 Tues., Jan. 17—Drewsteignton, 11 Sat.. Jan. 21—Cheriton Cross, 11 DULVERTON FOXHOUNDS (EAST) Sat.. Jan. 14 —Knowstone Manor, 11 Wed., Jan. 18—Anstey Station, 11 Sat., Jan. 21—Morebath Manor. 11 Wed., Jan. —Marsh Bridge, 11 Sa
13 January 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
"RUSTY TIN SHACKS"

"RUSTY TIN SHACKS"

KINGSTEIGNTON COMPLAINT 'TENANTS living on the rural council's new housing estate at Rydon, Kingsteignton. are putting up tm shacks and unsuitable folw-houses. This was alleged at the meeting Kingsteigntcn Parish Council last week by Mr. I. L. Coppin. Mr. Coppin said he was full
13 January 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FEAST OF THE EPIPHANY

FEAST OF THE EPIPHANY

BISHOP AND WORK OF OXFORD MISSION Christian communities in India had an influence far exceeding the number of their members, and millions who did not themselves walk in the light of the Gospel benefited from their presence, declared the Bishop of Exeter (Dr. R. C. Mortimer) at E
13 January 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ALLOTMENTS

ALLOTMENTS

Stoke Hill Holders' Association An increase the number of allotments at Exeter was advocated at the annual meeting on Monday the Stoke Hill Allotment Holders' Association. Mr. S. J. Hawkins said that of 155 acres now under allotments, in 2,200 plots, producing about £50,000 wort
13 January 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
W. Brock & Co. Ltd.. N.A.F.D. FORE STREET, EXETER FUNERAL DIRECTORS . Cremations. Qualified Embalmers All arrangements made Private Chapel

W. Brock & Co. Ltd.. N.A.F.D. FORE STREET, EXETER FUNERAL DIRECTORS . Cremations. Qualified Embalmers All arrangements made Private Chapel

of Rest - - Own Rolls Royee Saloon Hearse Telephone 4394-5 Night Service—Phone 2767 (56. Bonhay Road) MARK ROWETtd. Funeral Directors, Cremations. Embalming PRIVATE CHAPEL OF REST affording Privacy to Mourners LONGBROOK ST., EXETER PHONE 54963 (two lines) NIGHT PHONE 3145 Establ
13 January 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BRITISH LEGION

BRITISH LEGION

Tributes At Kenton Dinner The first postwar dinner of Kenton and Powderham branch of the British Lecion was held at the Victory Hall. Kenton, on Saturday. Proposing The British Legion." the Earl of Devon said the Legion was needed to-day as much as ever. He expressed his pleasur
06 April 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
" OTHELLO "

" OTHELLO "

Presented By Exeter Drama League Exeter Drama League scored a success in presentations of Othello" in the Washington Singer Theatre on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Mark Gapper found the Moor of Venice a character which enabled him to make full use of his histrionic powers and
06 April 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PASSION MUSIC

PASSION MUSIC

Impressive Cathedral Presentation The Exeter Musical Society did well in their performance of Bach's St. John Passion in the Cathedral, Exeter, on Saturday. The society's 100-strong choir and 25-piece orchestra had the assistance of the Cathedral Choristers and Stephen Manton (t
06 April 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ALLEGED THEFT OF RUG

ALLEGED THEFT OF RUG

Haldon Moor Man Fined Appearing at Exeter Magistrates Court Tuesday, following seven days' adjournment for the case to be dealt with at the next Quarter Sessions, Cecil Herbert Cooke, aged 51, of The Caravan, Haldon Moor, said that he had changed his mind and asked for the case
06 April 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England