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Crocuses are blooming in Dun dee ?? New potatoes were 9d per '' jj on Saturday. A one-legged seagull garden

Crocuses are blooming in Dun dee ?? New potatoes were 9d per '' jj on Saturday. A one-legged seagull garden

the west end ot } 1 A Dundee housewife, JjK pork—" That's oor ration, 3 jf is fat. ]W Japanese seismologists f" earthquake in Northern a J activity of volcanoes. J U.S. air, army and naval at*® longer leave Warsaw witho from the Polish authorities. Newburgh fishing boats ll from
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOG DELAYS LAST VOYAGE

FOG DELAYS LAST VOYAGE

Fog delayed the departure of the Aquitania from Southampton for four hours yesterday. She finally lpft at 1 p.m. on her last voyage to the Clyde to be broken up..
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
girl organist for BRECHIN CHURCH

girl organist for BRECHIN CHURCH

Trisa Smith, who has been appointed organist at Gardner Memorial Church, Brechin, is maintaining a family musical Her' o father, Mr George Smith, Anerley House Southesk Street. Brechin, is organist at Brechin Cathedral and a well-known conductor of choirs and teacher. ' Mi-s Smi
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LORRYMAN JAMMED AGAINST ROOF

LORRYMAN JAMMED AGAINST ROOF

An Aberdeenshire lorry driver, Peter Laitch, 2 West Street. Boddam, had his skull fractured in an unusual accident at Sandford Smithy Garage, near Peterhead. Leitch is employed by Whyte's Motor Carrier Service, and the accident occurred he was assisting James Whyte to garage lor
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ERITISH SKATERS THIRD AT OSLO

ERITISH SKATERS THIRD AT OSLO

y British skating champions, 8 thr. °f Brighton, were P a ' s event of the European ® championships at Oslo last an Marianna Nagy, last year, were the ©re not good, and several V stumbled on the uneven fh Jr . ?tart had been postponed more , Jec ause of soft ice. The holes V lit
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION OF SCOTLAND. TTILM SHOW and TALK, ANSTRUTHER L TOWN HAUL (Lower Hall), Anstruther, MONDAY, Feb.

PUBLIC NOTICES. NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION OF SCOTLAND. TTILM SHOW and TALK, ANSTRUTHER L TOWN HAUL (Lower Hall), Anstruther, MONDAY, Feb.

20, 1950, at 7 p.m. Cordial invitation extended to Farmers and Farm Workers. Admission Free. TJEEKEEPERS. —Lecture, "My Califorman Visit" (illustrated), Mr H. Boyd Martin, Wed., Feb. 22, 7.15 p.m., in University College, Dundee. Dr Tennent's visit has been POSTPONED—East oi Scot
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LUMBAGO, RHEUMATISM, &c. For ailments in which heat is an essential part of treatment the famous "QR A Y "

LUMBAGO, RHEUMATISM, &c. For ailments in which heat is an essential part of treatment the famous "QR A Y "

Radioactive Compress a wonderful pain-reliever. Ash for full particulars from— son Surgical Instrument Makers and Hearing Aid Specialists, 81 NETHERCATE (Phone 2409), DUNDEE. HIGH STREET (Phone 1998), PERTH.
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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a The wedding took place in Trinity Church, Perth, of Miss Ix)rna facott, Perth, and Mr David Stewart, the Perthshire county cricketer. with her father, pauses for a photograph on improvised wooden path on her way to the car take her to the church. At a result of the flooding th
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BURSARY AWARDS

BURSARY AWARDS

The following second and subsequent year bursaries for 1951-52 have been awarded at Dundee University Colleger- Second Year—Evelyn D. Morley, Bursary, £4B; Myles Lemon, Smart (Engineering) Bursary, £3O; John P. M. Pennev special bursary, £4O. Third Year—Alexander R. Mollison. Du
July 4, 1951 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ran a manse and "swotted" for B.D. degree

Ran a manse and "swotted" for B.D. degree

The Presbytery of Caithness yesterday " took notice of the fact that the wife of the minister of Olrig has been successful in completing the degree of Bachelor of Divinity." The .announcement referred to the success of Mrs Myrra H. S. Gibb, M.A., wife of Rev. John Gibb, M.A., 8.
July 4, 1951 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland