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SCOTTISH RADIO

SCOTTISH RADIO

The Government's proposals for the future of the 8.8.C. contain no drastic changes affecting the listening public. It is satisfactory that the need has been realised for greater regional independence and initiative in programmes. For that purpose Scotland will have broadcasting
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOOD AND PAYMENTS

FOOD AND PAYMENTS

Mr Lloyd-George, the Food Minister, presented a mixed batch of promises and forecasts last night. The tea ration will be raised to two and a half ounces on July 13, a month earlier than first intended. There will be a little more meat in June. But he expects a cut in the butter
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Motorists' and cyclists' lighting-up time:— 10.19 p.m.

Motorists' and cyclists' lighting-up time:— 10.19 p.m.

May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Rail chiefs criticised on train fires

Rail chiefs criticised on train fires

Fire broke out in one of the front coaches of a Leeds to London express . . . passengers had to search for the communication cord . two fire extinguishers failed to work . . . people trapped jumped from windows. This is the story told yesterday in a report by Colonel R. J. Walke
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DIED AFTER SWIM IN DOCK

DIED AFTER SWIM IN DOCK

While waiting for the trawler Fort Dee' to sail at Aberdeen yesterday a member of the crew, George Welsh (33), Upper Denburn, Aberdeen, decided to have swim in Torrv Dock. • After being in the water for some time he made for an iron ladder to climb to the quayside, when he sudde
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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CHANGE OF ADDRESS

CHANGE OF ADDRESS

From June 1 people living in Drumlithie area will change their postal address from Drumlithie, Fordoun, to DrumJithie. Stonehaven. The village and district has always been served by two part-time posties, but since one of them, Mr Kenneth Pirie retired in 1950 half-a-dozen men a
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TANNADICE W.R.I.

TANNADICE W.R.I.

Mrs Batchelor presided the business meeting of Tannadice and Oathlaw W.R.I. when Mrs M'Lean gave a report on her recent trip to France. Entertainment was by Margaret Sturrock. Helen Mitchell, Kathleen Simpson. Mrs Simpson was accompanist, and Mrs Grant was hostess. Egg competiti
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
82 YEARS OLDDIES AT DANCE

82 YEARS OLDDIES AT DANCE

Eighty-two year-old Mrs Johan Campbell. 26 Sidney Street, Arbroath, collapsed and died at dance in / Knox's Church h^ll, Arbroath. She had just finished dancing waltz country dance and slumped into the arms of her daughter, Mrs J. Eraser. Mrs Campbell was well known in Arbroath
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIGGEST BLASTED STONE

BIGGEST BLASTED STONE

A monster solid block of grey granite weighing between five and si* hundred tons has just been quarried at Stirlinghill, neaf Peterhead. It is the biggest block to be dislodged by blasting for many years, being 28 feet wide. 16 feet thick and over 20 feet high. It offers at one
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Warmest day for 9 months

Warmest day for 9 months

Dundonians sweltered yesterday in the first heat - wave of the year. Hundreds of lucky dwellers made for the paries and beaches. " The hottest day since last September," reported Mayfield weather expert. Mr Alex. Davidson. But yesterday's heat didn't seem to please everybody—the
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland