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331 CLEPINGTON ROAD

331 CLEPINGTON ROAD

TTOR SALE, Privately, Ground-Floor FLAT containing Rooms, Scullery and lavatory. This Fat is modernly eunipped and has been recently redecorated throughout. Assessed Rental, £lB 10s. Feu-Duty, 10s per annum (unallocated). For further Particulars and Arrangements to View apply to
September 6, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Barley stacks destroyed

Barley stacks destroyed

Eight stacks of barley at Westerton of Colliston Farm (Mr John Ferguson), near Arbroath, were destroyed by fire last night. . . . The stacks were in field adjoining the main Arbroath to Friockheim road. Arbroath firemen prevented the flames from spreading to nearby stacks of whe
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
18 FOREST PARK ROAD

18 FOREST PARK ROAD

■p'Oß SALE, by Private Bargain, Commodious Ground-Floor FLAT containing Rooms Scullery and Lavatory. Recently Redecorated. Electric Light. Immediate Occupation, Assessed Rental, £2O. Fen-Duty (unallocated), £1 10s 5d For Arrangements to View apply to the Subscriber* with whom Of
September 6, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The story of Jeremy's bargain Jeremy Bartlett (5), and Arthur Pritchard, the man who saved his life, view the cockpit

The story of Jeremy's bargain Jeremy Bartlett (5), and Arthur Pritchard, the man who saved his life, view the cockpit

a Pan American airliner at London Airport. This was part a bargain made when Arthur rescued Jeremy from drowning in the Thames at Richmond, Surrey, on September 3. Arthur, 45-year-old Pan American traffic representative, promised would show Jeremy over a Clipper if, in return, t
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Top-notchers

Top-notchers

miss time trial What a complete anti-climax yesterday’s Charles Star C.C. 100-mile time trial proved to be. Rain was falling heavily and a west wind was rising. Fast times were highly improbable, and only 18 riders faced the starter, notable absentees being Tommy Blakeley (Musse
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
British athletes well beaten in Moscow Britain was decisively defeated by the Soviet Union in the athletics match in Moscow

British athletes well beaten in Moscow Britain was decisively defeated by the Soviet Union in the athletics match in Moscow

yesterday. Gordon Pirie was beaten by 200 yards by Vladimir Kuc in the 10,000 metres, the highlight of the match. His time was 29 minutes 8.2 seconds. The Russian team broke one world record (women’s 3 x 800 metres relay) and equalled two others (women’s long jump and 4 x 100 me
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
R.A.F. does Forfar a good turn After that defeat by Brechin comes good news for Forfar fans. Inside-forward Albert Craig,

R.A.F. does Forfar a good turn After that defeat by Brechin comes good news for Forfar fans. Inside-forward Albert Craig,

now on National Service, has been posted to Leuchars. He is likely to be available for most games. The penalty that lost Forfar both points on Saturday was a tragedy. Only two minutes were left for play and Brechin’s goal was taking a hammering. The rain and greasy ball no doubt
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
eyes on brothers Don McKenzie for the evening to play for Albion in a Dewar Shield tie. He did well,

eyes on brothers Don McKenzie for the evening to play for Albion in a Dewar Shield tie. He did well,

scoring the only goal, and so an easy swop situation is created. No doubt League Management Committee members Hugh Nelson (Arbroath) and Tom Fergusson (Stirling Albion) will be discussing the matter in Glasgow this afternoon. Arbroath are carrying a small staff. Because Cruicksh
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Wing-half weakness at MethiS More mobility at wing-half. Th» a must if East Fife are to imp At Motherwell most

Wing-half weakness at MethiS More mobility at wing-half. Th» a must if East Fife are to imp At Motherwell most

of their tro stemmed from the fact that and McLennan were wandered a goal-hungry Fir Park forward o, The rest of the defence was despite the usual stout show by Safl Stewart and company, , jpg The Methil forward line, 3 *- service, had few chances to shine. Cowden gained credit
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE COURIER AND ADVERTISER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1955

THE COURIER AND ADVERTISER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1955

September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland