massacre American war prisoners Malmedy. Belgium. They were Willi Brau (25). and Manfred Coblenz. (il). sentenced to ten years' each. The army announcement said that they had completed their sentences, less time credited for good conduct.
ALL those who have ■t*- attended the Burns Federation Conference at Montrose agree that has been one of the best ever. The re-dedication of the tombstones of Burns’ forebears at Glenbervie was, course, the high-light of the gathering, and gave the conference special significance
I CANNOT understand all this sob stuff about children entering their school career. I passed a school the other morning where there were some two dozen mothers or big sisters, some with tears in their eyes, handing over their Tommies. Johnnies, Marys and Maggies to the tender me
Private Brady and a comrade, hearing his cries for help, swam out and brought the drowning man back to safety. The sea was rough, and Private Brady was bruised and cut the waves threw him against the rocks.
By SCOUT BEST news from the Scottish Junior Cup first round ties was that a decision was reached in all the games and so this week’s league fixture card • j; x.__i - will not be disturbed. Banks o Dee got through by the odd goal in five against Mugiemoss, but the Seaton Park offi
Monckton 's Five- Point Advice SIR WALTER MONCKTON, IN HIS FIRST PUBLIC SPEECH AS MINISTER OF LABOUR, WARNED TO-DAY THAT IT WAS UNLIKELY THAT THERE WOULD BE ANY EASING OF THE MANPOWER SITUATION FOR SEVERAL YEARS TO COME. He gave Industry five points for better productivity, and