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September 29, 1989 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
. .i>st night i place. Opinion contest. Judge Mrs Ethel Gordon holds the trophy up for graba before the contest

. .i>st night i place. Opinion contest. Judge Mrs Ethel Gordon holds the trophy up for graba before the contest

to (fam left) Mrs Mary Deegan, Cults and District; Mrs Stirling, Cairnbanno; Mrs Margaret Macdonald, Premnay; Mrs Frances Simond, Kintorc; Mrs Jackie Campbell, Midmar; and Mrs Aileen Gaul, Fintry (TurrifT). Klntore came first, followed by Fintry and Cults. The winners will repre
September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA MANAGER Services Department An associate member of an International group Has" the above vacancy at ita pahn

PAPUA NEW GUINEA MANAGER Services Department An associate member of an International group Has" the above vacancy at ita pahn

oil miUs in Phpua New Guinea. Applicants should be Electrical Engineers qualified degree or H;N.D. standard, be aged between 35 and 40, and should have had at least 5 years experience in industrial process plants with in-house generating facilities. RetporuibUitiet will include:
September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JCB OPERATOR Urgently required Must be experienced Overtime being worked Apply D & E Maekay. Contracton Ltd. 7Um.

JCB OPERATOR Urgently required Must be experienced Overtime being worked Apply D & E Maekay. Contracton Ltd. 7Um.

September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WOODSIDE HOUSE NURSING HOME Persley, Aberdeen .» This new home lor the elderly will open shortly and require* the following

WOODSIDE HOUSE NURSING HOME Persley, Aberdeen .» This new home lor the elderly will open shortly and require* the following

stall. MATRON Experienced SRN with management ability and real imerei I and concern lor elderly people. Will be required to take lull charge ol the home. NURSES SRN and SEN lor lull and part-time, day and night duty. NURSING CARE ASSISTANTS For lull and part-time day and night d
September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IN BRIEF Crash victim is named LADY Edith Hope-Dunbar (75), Crofthead Cottage. Kirkcudbright, was named last night the victim who

IN BRIEF Crash victim is named LADY Edith Hope-Dunbar (75), Crofthead Cottage. Kirkcudbright, was named last night the victim who

died in a road crash 24 hours earlier on the A7S Gretna-Stranraer road near Dumfries. Her companion, who was injured, was Mary Angus (75). Riverside Cottage. Kirkcudbright. Another driver died yesterday on the A 76 north of Dumfries when his lorry overturned.
September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ewyiwr fS^SRS?

ewyiwr fS^SRS?

September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Shetlander (44) now Prof, at Heriot-Watt SHETLANDER Dr Atex Scott tips been promoted to . Professorial Fellowship at Edinburgh’s Hcriot-Watt

Shetlander (44) now Prof, at Heriot-Watt SHETLANDER Dr Atex Scott tips been promoted to . Professorial Fellowship at Edinburgh’s Hcriot-Watt

University. A senior rewnreb feilbw at the university’s Esmce Kairbairn Research Cchtre, he is a world leader in developing and carrying out research into new educational techniques. Prof. Scott has also been: closely Involved in Heriot- Walt’s pioneering work in the application
September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
appeal to aid independence

appeal to aid independence

“Ollier promises of jpflt hive also been made and it is. hoped others will come from other businesses, individuals and perhaps congregations. *' Yesterday, Mr Frank Sbcrriffs, who is overseeing the sponsorship appeal, said he l»d no doubt that it would be eoenpleteiy successful
September 29, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland