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68 BILLS THIS SESSION

68 BILLS THIS SESSION

After the Royal Assent Was giv en to-day to remaining measures. the total number of bills passed by Parliament this session was 68. writes the Press Association Lobby correspondent. Of these. 56 were Government measures and 12 Pr iva te Members' Bills. includine the important De
October 30, 1952 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Grand Charity Ball (Patrons: Sir Charles and Lady Shuckburgb IN AID OF THE ANNUAL OUTING FOR ADULT CRIPPLES (founded by

Grand Charity Ball (Patrons: Sir Charles and Lady Shuckburgb IN AID OF THE ANNUAL OUTING FOR ADULT CRIPPLES (founded by

Mr. George Eastwood) CHESFORD GRANGE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2oth 8.30 p.m. (for 9.01 until 2 am. Cabaret. Buffet and Licensed Refreshments
October 30, 1952 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
INJUSTICE

INJUSTICE

Suggestions were being put forward iu London yesterday that, although unlikely to be a feature in the Queen's Speech, a Bill is under preparation in connection with the proposals of the Royal Commission on University Education in Dundee. The speculation is that the House is so o
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
To measure Highland snowfalls

To measure Highland snowfalls

The Road Research Laboratory, London, has extended the snow barrier near Dalwhinnie, Inverness-shire, from 400 yards to 700 yards in length, and has installed steel pointers, painted black and red, to measure the depth of snowfalls and snowdrifts. Photo shows workmen of Invernes
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHERIFF TOLD LEAVES OBSCURED SIGN

SHERIFF TOLD LEAVES OBSCURED SIGN

Visitors to Stonehaven have complained about the halt sign at the Market Square- Evan Street junction in Stonehaven, said Mr J. C. Gardner at the Sheriff Court yesterday. He was appearing for .John K. Bell, butcher's yanman. 235 Methil Brae, Methil, who admitted failing to stop
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Famous Shorthorn herd coming to Scotland

Famous Shorthorn herd coming to Scotland

One of the most famous English herds of beef Shorthorns may shortly find a permanent home in Scotland. It is the wellknown Bapton herd which belonged to the late Mr J. V. Rank at Delaware, Edenbridge, Kent. The herd has been bought by Mr Nathaniel Holmes 11., Pittsburg, Pennsylv
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRACTORS TO £400 AT DISPLENISH

TRACTORS TO £400 AT DISPLENISH

HAY & CO. < onducted a displenish sale at Blairstruie on behalf of the representatives of the late Mr W. Ellis yesterday. Many buyers present and throughout a cheery sale was got at satisfactory prices. Work mares (aged) to £52, P. stot stirks £36, ca'.ves £l9, farrow cows £2B 1
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEVELOPMENT CHARGE DECISION SOON

DEVELOPMENT CHARGE DECISION SOON

Mr Harold Macmillan, Minister of Housing and Local Government, said yesterday the Government had reviewed the development charge imposed under the Town and Country Planning Act, and had reached conclusion which will be announced soon to Parliament. Speaking at the conference of
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATH OF FORMER TAYPORT OFFICIAL Burgh Surveyor at Tayport for 20 years. Mr William Webster died at his home 156

DEATH OF FORMER TAYPORT OFFICIAL Burgh Surveyor at Tayport for 20 years. Mr William Webster died at his home 156

High Street, Newburgh. yesterday. A native of Kirkcaldy, Mr Webster served his apprenticeship as a joiner, and then worked in the North of Scotland and in Canada. Later he passed the Sanitary Association examination, and until his appointment at Tayport worked in the Sanitary In
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE FREED WAR CRIMINALS

THE FREED WAR CRIMINALS

explains . p 1 • * lne Burton (Soc., Coventry ) suggested in the Commons e s|erday there was at the moment of great bewilderment indignation at the treatment e * out to convicted war cr »minals. CQne'j Secretary, There has » era ble misunderstanding on this war criminals had bee
October 30, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland