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DENOUNCING THE POTATO

DENOUNCING THE POTATO

Sir Walter Raleigh may have been cursed by some for having introduced tobacco into this country from America, but it is surely unfair to argue that the potato, which his voyages also first brought here, is itself curse. Dr Salaman, who has devoted many years of his life to potat
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dancing On The Dee

Dancing On The Dee

Councillor Suggests Aberdeen Lord Provost's Committee plans for the Festival of Britain next year were criticised yesterday at the Town Council. The committee recommended that between July 30 and August 13 there should be a special exhibition in the Art Gallery, special performa
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TOWN PLANNING A WASTE OF MONEY

TOWN PLANNING A WASTE OF MONEY

—CARNOUSTIE EX-PROVOST. When Carnoustie Town Council last night considered an invitation to send representatives to Town and Country Planning Association conference in Ayr on September 29 and 30, ex-Provost Keith moved they take no action. "It is time some of this nonsense about
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Doctors' Beer Still Free

Doctors' Beer Still Free

Resident doctors at three hospitals in Chester and district group are to receive their traditional half-pint of beer with their main meals, the hospital management committee decided yesterday. Dr W. H. Grace, vice-chairman, said that, after a previous discussion, women doctors a
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BAPTIST MINISTER WELCOMED

BAPTIST MINISTER WELCOMED

Rev. J. M. Forbes was introduced to members of Lochee Baptist Church at a social last night. Rev. N. M'Lachlan, moderator in the vacancy, presided. Rev. J. R. Colquhoun, Lochee West Church, voiced a welcome from local churches, and the principal address was by Rev. Walter J. Mai
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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EAST FIFE FILL A BLANK

EAST FIFE FILL A BLANK

Edinburgh will not be without a game on September 16 a ter , Hearts and ife, who would have been idle because of the League Cup quarterfinals have arranged to play in a league match at Tynecastle. # Motherwell have approached Celtic with the suggestion that the first of their ho
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HIGHLAND TENNIS TOURNEY OPENS

HIGHLAND TENNIS TOURNEY OPENS

The Highland lawn tennis tourname 11 opened at Pitlochry yesterday, with entri eS slightly down on last year's. The Earl of Mexborough, HelmslfV' Yorkshire, who defends his singles title, s not yet been in action. There were no stir* prise results in the initial rounds. One the
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee shops report only a slight incre» s0 in wool sales. A schoolgirl in Dura Street, Dundee, dressed in nurse's

Dundee shops report only a slight incre» s0 in wool sales. A schoolgirl in Dura Street, Dundee, dressed in nurse's

uniform. A man in a Dundee cafe had his 1 tied to his wrist with string. Belgian dockers returned to work yeste r day after a six weeks' strike. Motor lorry parked in Marketg»t - Arbroath, had headlights alight. Seen in Broughty garden—-a privet-hack moth with a wing span of thr
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE PENALTY OF SILENCE

THE PENALTY OF SILENCE

18.6 Fleet Street, London, Monday Evening. Mr Norman Dodds, Socialist M.P., has put down a question in the House ask Mr Strachey "if he approves of the veil of secrecy deliberately caused in the recent court-martial at Colchester.'' resulted —until the War Office subsequently is
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
QUEEN IN PALE GREY

QUEEN IN PALE GREY

The Qireen was dressed in pale grey, her long coat and matching dress being trimmed with English embroidery. Her grey hat was trimmed with a white lilac spray and light veil, and her ornaments included pearls and a ruby and diamond brooch. Princess Margaret wore a long blackbelt
September 5, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland