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A REGISTRAR'S POST Dear Sir, —In answer to " Angus," Montrose, in today's paper, by the tone of his letter

A REGISTRAR'S POST Dear Sir, —In answer to " Angus," Montrose, in today's paper, by the tone of his letter

his half-day's wages plus his taxi fare is lost in his visit to the registrar's oflice. He forgets he has to arrive at hospital, distance of ten miles from Montrose, several necessary duties to execute, i.e., wait to interview doctor, go to ward to collect belongings, then to ch
July 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GALA WEEK FOOTBALL

GALA WEEK FOOTBALL

The weather was dull but dry when continued their ffala week activities. Football held sway for the evening. Sixteen teams took the field in presence of a good crowd. Results:—D. Easson's Hares 1. Alyth A 4: Balbeggie A 1. Newtyle 5; Alyth B 1, Kinrossie 2; Castleton 1 gOjil 2 c
July 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH ESTATES

PERTH ESTATES

Inventories of net heritable and movable estate lodged with the Sheriff-Clerk of Perthshire during July:— John Mann-Thomson, The Barracks, Rannoch Station £197,424 Percy William Brydson, draper, Barnhill, Perth 41,334 David Batchelor. retired motor engineer, Lueg-is-laud, Burghm
July 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DONS RE-SIGN THOMSON

DONS RE-SIGN THOMSON

JL 1 Surprise news from Aberdeen yesterday was that centre-half Kenny Thomson had re-signed. This move on Thomson's part may be the prelude to a transfer. Several English clubs have negotiated with the Dons in recent weeks without success. And Kenny has made it clear that he wou
July 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BILLY AND BUNNY

BILLY AND BUNNY

The Tin-Can Toe-Puller Wee Clockwork Jim pulls Puck's big toe. On to the bank he makes Puck Leggo!" yells Puck• You re hurting me!' Rut Jim holds firm, as you can see. " Ho, ho!" laughs Bun, who's standing near. " Wee Jim is clockwork. can't hear!" This trick was planned Bill an
July 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROVOST'S WIFE DIES ABOARD LINER

PROVOST'S WIFE DIES ABOARD LINER

The death occurred on board the liner Empress of Scotland of Mrs Ettles, wife of Provost James Ettles, Keith. Provost and Mrs Ettles were returning home after two months' tour of the United States and Canada. Burial was at sea.
July 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STOP PRESS

STOP PRESS

July 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
INDIAN TERRITORY

INDIAN TERRITORY

See the difference " Curved Screen "—STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION All Next Week THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
July 30, 1952 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
FENCE

FENCE

Whist. Members of the Fence branch of the Women Unionists whist drive the home Mrs. J. S Myers, Grove-terrace, Friday evening. Prizes were won by:—Mrs. A Hatley. Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. H Horsfleld. Mrs. Murry. Mrs. F. Lee, Mrs. Turner. WHEAT LEY LANE Anniversary. Special services to
July 30, 1952 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
COM IDENCE

COM IDENCE

COM For sore, evolved among a some o* :he as—w»-l! members And as such were not regarded as more than The tea IT. should disiK phobia element confidence a: senior status. One who seized chance Jack. Schofto'al. who took two valuable wicket* vital Ume. each arn e broke up partner
July 30, 1952 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England