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num" antis 27, lift Bye-laws

num" antis 27, lift Bye-laws

Asked by Mr Herbertson if he had any record of excess damage done to any of the parks as a result of meetings, Mr Lamont said that trees had been damaged from time to time and at Marymass the fairy lights along the River Irvine had been interfered with. Corroborative evidence fo
June 27, 1952 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
COUNCIL BARS RUBS

COUNCIL BARS RUBS

Ayr County Council decided on Tuesday t Q adhere to a former decision not to allow the erection of public houses in or near the housing estates. They decided, however, at the instance of the Planning Committee, to consider applications for the erection of public houses on privat
June 27, 1952 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
HOSTILE. TO POLICE

HOSTILE. TO POLICE

A Stevenston man who used filthy language and showed open hostility to police officers when they were taking another man into custody lost Saturday night was fined £3 or 20 days imprisonment when he pleaded guilty to a breach of the peace charge at Saltcoats Burgh Court on Monda
June 27, 1952 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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June 27, 1952 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
NOTIFICATION OP VACANCIES ORDER, 1952. ADVIRTISERS PLEASE NOTE. Raffles to Advertisements inserted under Box Numbers, Applicants who reply to your

NOTIFICATION OP VACANCIES ORDER, 1952. ADVIRTISERS PLEASE NOTE. Raffles to Advertisements inserted under Box Numbers, Applicants who reply to your

advertisement may be persons whose engagement is restricted. Advertisers therefore reminded that by this • Order they must not without referenft to a Local Office of the Ministry at .labour or a Scheduled Employment Agefty either seek to engage or engage lay person unless his is
June 27, 1952 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 

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(-71;4a/mi - GAS shiUings inexpensi‘ - family providing immediate income years; A lump expenses for s final of More happily, s insurance bonuses LO Finsbury Square, When Mr. Therm turns coal into gm and coke the greatest amount of bent 6 emitted from ;t, and valuable by-products.
June 28, 1952 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
A PRESS REPORT OF KING TALAL'S VISIT TO PARIS STATES: SHORTLY BEFORE THE TRAIN TIME THE KING ENTERED THE HOTEL.

A PRESS REPORT OF KING TALAL'S VISIT TO PARIS STATES: SHORTLY BEFORE THE TRAIN TIME THE KING ENTERED THE HOTEL.

THE STAFF WAVED OTHER GUESTS AWAY FROM THE LIFT. SUDDENLY THE KING GAVE A LOUD CRY ,AND RAN UP THE STAIRS -FOLLOWED BY A NURSE AND MEMBERS OF HIS SUITE." Obviously he is the best man to preside over the armistice talks at Panmunjong. I I \\ - N \Y)
June 28, 1952 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
School Drama Section Scores In 8-Play Presentation

School Drama Section Scores In 8-Play Presentation

tIOHIIED five years ago for the purpost of providing a useful outlet for pupils of the Secondary Classes.' Newattle Junior Secondary School Dramatic Section gave their annual) 'presentations of eight one-act plays in the school gymnasium last week. The gymnasium was filled to ca
June 26, 1952 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HARD TINES WITH BACKACHE

HARD TINES WITH BACKACHE

pod put up psis add whisk Dares Yin I most district& be achieved without au increase in the number of houses under construction." Other points made in the circular are:— To prevent delays , due to any shortage of traditional building materials, local authorities are asked to mak
June 26, 1952 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland