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SPRAT BOAT

SPRAT BOAT

Realising speed was essential, Mr. Cox contacted Mr. A. Court and together they took out a sprat boat and rescued the two lads They then secured the boat and towed it in. Said Mr. Cox: "These boys had a remarkable escape. "I know what the consequences would have been if they had
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
WINDOW

WINDOW

Two 18-year-old Gaywood youths were hurt when a motor-cycle they were riding crashed through a shop window at Gaywood on Friday night. The machine ended up with its front wheel inside the shop, after completely smashing the window of Rosalind M. Bird's shop. on Wootton !Road. Th
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
ON OTHER PAGES

ON OTHER PAGES

2 Births, marriages, deaths markets; coming events; M.P.'s comments. 3 Basketball shield. Farm and Held. 5 Mass X-ray to go to the People; "Kiss of Life". 6 West Norfolk news paragraphs; Obituaries. 7 The Young Set. S New Corsair. 9 Entertainments: Stage Lines; Record Round- up.
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Local wills MR. H. W. N. DAWSON

Local wills MR. H. W. N. DAWSON

Mr. Horace Willtam Ness Dawson, of Rising Fields, Castle Rising Road. South Wootton. corn merchant and known in the London, Norwich. PeterborJugh, Fakenham and Lynn markets, for-1 mer member of Lynn Town' Council, who. in his younger days played football for the county and centr
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
UNIVERSITY'S FIRST DAY

UNIVERSITY'S FIRST DAY

PRE 113 students resist-R. ered at the University of East Anglia. Earlham, near Norwich, were cnmfortably settled in their lodgings yesterday—the first gay of term at the new university. A spokesman In the Registrars office said they had spent the day "getting themselves organis
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
'Duty' chemists

'Duty' chemists

Chemists open .!: I • • late duty this excepted) are • Miles Ltd., of 13,tx?,.rss
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Woman fined for trespass

Woman fined for trespass

Convicted for the eighth time of trespassing on the Bentinck Dock. Pauline Overson, of 131 Bagge Road, Lynn, was fined £2 by Lynn magistrates on Thursday. Prosecuting for the British Transport Conunission. Sgt. F. Hobbs, told the court that H. Lenunon saw Overson go aboard a Nor
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
OVERTOOK

OVERTOOK

Jones' car scraped along the side of Mr. Cotterill's van. Giving evidence Jones said that the oncoming car had passed him before he overtook the van. The van swerved ,out towards the crown of thei !road while he was in the pro- 1 cess of overtaking it, he said.' Fie had no idea
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Driver fined

Driver fined

Malcolm John Gore, of "Woodside." Nursery Lane. South Wootton, was fined £3 gnd had his licence endorsed by Lynn magistrates last week for failing to stop whtfl! directed to do so by a police constable at Lynn Road, Lynn. on August 27. He pleaded not guilty.
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME

The Mass Radiography Unit's programme (public seamons only shown thus: P. 8.) is: Technical College, Tennyson Avenue, October 8 10.30 a.m. to 12.15 p.m., 2 to 4 p.m.; King Edward VII Grammar School, October 9. 1030 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.; Lincolnshire Canners Ltd., West Lynn. Octobe
08 October 1963 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England