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Sprinter proved E. M'Uonald Bailey, the British sprint champion, has been reproved the Amateur Athletic Association for statements, some of

Sprinter proved E. M'Uonald Bailey, the British sprint champion, has been reproved the Amateur Athletic Association for statements, some of

which concerned the amateur sta us of British athletes, made by him in a newspaper interview in rebruary. The General Committee of the Association state <o-dav that Bailey has unreservedly withdrawn the allegations and imputations contained in the Interview and apologised, no fu
May 5, 1952 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AND ROVER, first registered Nov.. 1950; m.leage 23.000; been regularly and well looked after; used on loadL. OiUles Ballater *

AND ROVER, first registered Nov.. 1950; m.leage 23.000; been regularly and well looked after; used on loadL. OiUles Ballater *

Gallons Hign iwuality Motor . ail grades carriage paid W teask Auto Engineer. ISO Street. <\oerdeen Phone MORRIS <1937) 10 Car for Sale ■ Anderson. - Holme. In.sen Phone 16. MORRIS Oxford p.. 1950; in new * ■ condition: one owner and driver: price £lO6O Box 1772. MORRIS 8 i 2-Do
May 5, 1952 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Gave Life For Stray Hog* Mrs Pauline Bonnelli (63), former wife of Richard Bonnelli, an opera singer, was burned to

Gave Life For Stray Hog* Mrs Pauline Bonnelli (63), former wife of Richard Bonnelli, an opera singer, was burned to

death when she re-entered her burning home at Woodstock, New York State, to rescue some of the eighteen stray dogs she had befriended.
May 5, 1952 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Cairnie Farmer Fined £2O Drove Car In Hunth Under Influence JOHN MAITLAND ROGER (28), farmer, Haddott Cairnie, was fined £2O

Cairnie Farmer Fined £2O Drove Car In Hunth Under Influence JOHN MAITLAND ROGER (28), farmer, Haddott Cairnie, was fined £2O

and had his licencesuspended for two years by Sheriff M'Donald Aberdeen when he admitted being under the influence of drink while driving his car at the Square, Huntly. in the early hours of Sunda morning Roger was previously convicted for a similar offence on February of last y
May 5, 1952 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ONE UP FOR THE NAVY

ONE UP FOR THE NAVY

Two Canadian soldiers contribute to the British Sailors' Society Flag Day held in Dundee on Saturday.
May 5, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Whitehall Amateurs beat Inverness L.M.S. Swimming Club 9-2 at Dundee Central Baths on Saturday night in the third round of

Whitehall Amateurs beat Inverness L.M.S. Swimming Club 9-2 at Dundee Central Baths on Saturday night in the third round of

the Scottish Water Polo Cup.
May 5, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Brechin Girls' Club (Y.W.C.A.) jumble sale on Saturday raised £2O. It was opened by Mrs T. Maule Guthrie. Miss A.

Brechin Girls' Club (Y.W.C.A.) jumble sale on Saturday raised £2O. It was opened by Mrs T. Maule Guthrie. Miss A.

Keith opened Brechin River Street Flooded Tenants' and Proprietors' Association cake, candv and jumble sale in the Temperance Hall on Saturday. Sale raised £75. Miss Keith was presented with a gift by Miss A. Clark, and W. Robertson proposed thanks.
May 5, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WARNING TO THE PUBLIC It has been brought to our notice that Whisky reputed to be BELL'S Extra Special has

WARNING TO THE PUBLIC It has been brought to our notice that Whisky reputed to be BELL'S Extra Special has

been offered in dark green bottles bearing our well-known registered label. We would impress upon the Public that BELL'S Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky is only bottled in our own warehouses in clear glass bottles embossed on the back with the word BELL'S and sealed with a pilfe
May 5, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURE. CUPAR AUCTION MART. TOMORROW (TUESDAY). CONSIGNERS J- PLEASE NOTE, there will be SAJLES STORE PIGS, CALVES, CATTLE, or SHEEP

AGRICULTURE. CUPAR AUCTION MART. TOMORROW (TUESDAY). CONSIGNERS J- PLEASE NOTE, there will be SAJLES STORE PIGS, CALVES, CATTLE, or SHEEP

until further notice, but at 1 p.m. there will be Sold:—3o 8 WEEK-OLD BI.L. x R.I.R. PULLETS. Also the GRASS LET as under:—39 Acres First Year Grass HIGHAM, PEAT INN, lor Cattle or Sheep. Suitable for Attested Stock. Intending Offerers please inspect. WEDNESDAY FIRST, May 7, at
May 5, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
QUOTATION

QUOTATION

“If our state of deficit abroad allowed to become permanent our rattans mar fall ao or 30 per cent below the present level. - Mr Olirer Lyttelton
May 5, 1952 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England