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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS SMITH. —The Family the late Mr Robert Smith desire to return sincere thanks to ai’. relatives and friends for

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS SMITH. —The Family the late Mr Robert Smith desire to return sincere thanks to ai’. relatives and friends for

the many kind expre.««tons sympathy extended to them (both personft'ly and by letter) in their recent sad and sudden bereavement.—2B College Bounds
October 30, 1952 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SOVIET EMBASSY MEN SCARE REFUGEES

SOVIET EMBASSY MEN SCARE REFUGEES

Lord Reading, Under-Secretary, Foreign Affairs, said in the House of Lords yesterday:—" have received reports about recent visits of officials the Soviet Embassy to Derby and Bradford. They have caused alarm among refugees from Eastern Europe living there. " I have drawn the att
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
'TEC DENIES HE SEARCHED HOUSE

'TEC DENIES HE SEARCHED HOUSE

Answer to £lOO claim The claim o£ Patrick Rice, 5 Hilltown Terrace, Dundee, Corporation Cleansing j Department employee, against Deteciive- Inspector George Soutar will be debated at the Sheriff Court on December 1. Rice is receiving legal aid. He claims £lOO damages for alleged
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND SHARES IN NEW INDUSTRIES MOVE

SCOTLAND SHARES IN NEW INDUSTRIES MOVE

It was proposed to relax building limitations somewhat in a few places which appeared to be most urgent need of new industries, Mr Peter Thorneycroft, President of the Board of Trade, announced in the Commons yesterday. Some of these areas were inside and some outside developmen
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FISHING INDUSTRY BADLY LET DOWN

FISHING INDUSTRY BADLY LET DOWN

Aberdeen protest Aberdeen Chamber of fiday agreed to protest to the W' ll Authority against the decision not 1 dure a flat rate of transport. _ Mr C. J. Shiminins said the ind^ 3 ' been badly let down. yp'j,# In addition to writing to the _ secr the authority, the Chamber will
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Organist aged 17 for Montrose kirk

Organist aged 17 for Montrose kirk

hu,.^Pp |."; e ? r ' Duncan Campbell has ; li, ."'ed organist of Melville-South f *v, *8 the , uir ose. K youngest & ' " ld th Km ."Ucceeds 1 %, 111 11 a m K Si f p-i■ has 6 nb urgh ':y>n 1950, np d , heen Cr ;K tr y for C.f-South > a his V h ■'» % r fe'Sfe M' i'.his examination
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FRANCE HONOURS CHAPLIN

FRANCE HONOURS CHAPLIN

Charles Chaplin flew to Paris yesterdayand France made him an officer of the Legion of Honour. He will now have the right to wear a red rosette in his buttonhole.
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ASTRONOMICAL AND tide Oct.-NoT. Sun. Rises Sets H.M. H.M. Tburs., 30 —7 15 438 Fri 17 435 I—7 20 433

ASTRONOMICAL AND tide Oct.-NoT. Sun. Rises Sets H.M. H.M. Tburs., 30 —7 15 438 Fri 17 435 I—7 20 433

2—7 21 3—7 23 429 4—7 26 426 5—7 28 425 Rises H.M. 3a 18 Sat.., Sun., Vfon., Tues., Wed., gets h.M. -3*48 5 6 8 9 11 full Moon. November 1, 11.10
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JERSEY BRIDEGROOM with t•• incidet.

JERSEY BRIDEGROOM with t•• incidet.

A MAN who received fatal injuries in an accident in Siddal New Road, Halifax, on the night of. September 17, was stated, in a case at Halifax Borough Court, to-day, to have borrowed a bicycle from a work,ice pan. ' mate to go home from night shift at his work in order .arts at 1
October 30, 1952 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Three "power systems" compared

Three "power systems" compared

Comparitive figures of human, horse and electrical power were given by Mr. L Landon Goodman, industrial specialist of the Electrical Development Association. in London. to-day. The average man, he said, could continuously exert approximately one-tenth of a horse-power. Allowing
October 30, 1952 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England