Evening Sentinel Mining News 1952
Evening Sentinel. April 1st 1952. City Final. Page 5.
An excellent record of service in the
mining industry is held by Mr. Enoch Dale, of 11, Mow Cop Road, Mow Cop,
Evening Sentinel. April 22nd 1952. Final Page 5.
Two miners were fatally injured in an
underground accident at Chatterly Whitfield colliery.
Evening Sentinel. September 5th 1952 Final Page 6.
Married 50 years and still a miner at 71. Mr. James Boote, of 43, Dales Green Harriseahead, as worked at Birchwood colliery for 41 years and for the present 15 years at Black Brook colliery
Evening Sentinel. September 15th 1952 City Final Page 4.
Mr. Edwin Austin of 37 Scragg Street, Packmoor, a 36 year old miner, who last year was able to have special treatment in Germany for Parkinson's Disease, thanks to money from a fund organised by his colleagues at Victoria colliery Biddulph, as been able to work on the colliery surface since last January without any ill effects. More on this can be seen on this page in the "Sentinel".
Evening Sentinel. November 14th 1952 Late Page 7.
Found with a fractured skull by the side
of a wagon at Victoria colliery, Biddulph, early today. Mr. Jessie Mountford,
aged 30 of