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Church parade

Church parade

, Over 1100 boys and officers turned out for the church parade yesterday. The public crowded the central streets as the boys, in three battalions led by pipe and bugle bands, marched to the Caird Hall. Brigade commander was Mr Alex. McKechnie, captain of the 24th Company, and br
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
47th 8.8. prize-winners

47th 8.8. prize-winners

The 47th (St David's North) Boys' Brigade Company, Dundee, held their inspection and display in Rockwell School. Firemaster J. W. Gibson was inspecting officer, and principal awards were presented by Mrs A. G. Warren follows? All-round efficiency —L-Cpl. Alan Wilkie; Bible cup—P
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POTATO MARKETS.

POTATO MARKETS.

PERTH.—AmpIe supplies of ware offer. Trade quiet. MONTROSE.—Seed trade steady. Ware slow trade with ample supplies.
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE STRJK

THE STRJK

A much-needed warning on the menace of strikes was delivered in a forceful speech on Saturday by Mr Tom O’Brien, former chairman of the T.U.C. Workers today, he declared, allow themselves to be duped by the pedlars and cheapjacks of phoney trade unionism. That has been amply dem
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TTLE BEGINS

TTLE BEGINS

hardly be described as a howling success. Above all, the big danger of Socialism in foreign affairs and every other sphere is the fact they are split The power of the Bevanite faction within the party has been frequently demonstrated, as has the power of Mr Be van. Mr Lennox-Boy
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mr Attlee’s “Legend’’

Mr Attlee’s “Legend’’

In his speech Mr Attlee also referred to home affairs. He asserted he was amused by the curious legend that the Conservatives came in when everything was going to blazes and we were all rushing into bankruptcy and they saved the situation. This is no legend. In 1931 the country
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mr D. W. H. McKerchar— Miss E. E. L. Anderson The engagement is announced between Duncan William Henderson, only son

Mr D. W. H. McKerchar— Miss E. E. L. Anderson The engagement is announced between Duncan William Henderson, only son

of and Mrs James L. McKerchar, Invermark Terrace, Barnhill, Dundee, and Elizabeth Edna Livingstone, only daughter of the late Mr D. A. Anderson and of Mrs E. B. Anderson, Ellieslea, West Ferry, Dundee. Mr A. J. Mackintosh—■ Miss M. L. Meston The engagement is announced between A
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
90 WOMEN IN ELECTION FIGHT

90 WOMEN IN ELECTION FIGHT

Nominations start today for the 630 seats in the new Parliament, which will be opened in State by the Queen on June 14. The period for nominations lasts until next Monday. By then it is expected that about 1390 candidates will be in the field for the General Election on May 26.
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
8-YEAR-OLD MURDERED NEAR HOME

8-YEAR-OLD MURDERED NEAR HOME

Eight - year - old Maureen Ann Robson, of Woodhall Farm Cottages, Hay d on Bridge, Northumberland, was found murdered yesterday in a thickly-wooded area about 600 yards from her home. She had been missing since Saturday afternoon, when she went to the village of Haydon Bridge, t
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
was “Do day at

was “Do day at

May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland