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Choose the coal to suit the fire

Choose the coal to suit the fire

Bituminous single, doubles, and trebles. Sounds like a betting line, but it's just three of the 18 types of coal you could burn in your fire —if you had the right fire. And to help and advise you to get the right coal for the right fire, and vice versa, the Scottish centre of th
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO GIVE SCIENTIFIC ADVICE ON C.D.

TO GIVE SCIENTIFIC ADVICE ON C.D.

The Scottish Secretary has appointed the following as honorary advisers on the scientific aspects of Civil Defence problems:— Senior adviser is Sir Edward Appleton, principal of Edinburgh University. Scientific advisers axe: Edinburgh Professor N. Feather, natural philosophy; Gl
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Bathing belle and beau

Bathing belle and beau

Fay Wilson (left) and Sandy Scott found yesterday's sunny spell at Broughty Ferry just right for bathing costumes.
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A sale of work by Burntisland J.S. School behalf of their equipment fund raised £l7B. Many people took advantage of

A sale of work by Burntisland J.S. School behalf of their equipment fund raised £l7B. Many people took advantage of

the warmest day of the year to visit the beach at Montrose.
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A fruit van the railway goods yard Leven was destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon.

A fruit van the railway goods yard Leven was destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon.

May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Hints pour in for King's Memorial

Hints pour in for King's Memorial

A statue in some noble setting in London, and a philanthropic scheme to benefit the whole country, are to be the form of the memorial to King George VI. This was decided yesterday the meeting called at the Mansion House by the Lord Mayor of London (Sir Leslie Boyce), and attende
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ATLANTIC AIR SERVICES CUT

ATLANTIC AIR SERVICES CUT

British Overseas Airways have reduced their Atlantic Stratocruiser services from 14 to eight. Other readjustments have also been made because of fuel shortage caused by the U.S. oil strike. The servicgs from London to Lydda, Teheran, Cairo, and Lisbon will be suspended. Cairo an
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Off to seal romance she started

Off to seal romance she started

Mrs Cairns, wife of Mr James Cairns, Mac Duff Park, East Wemyss, sails this week to spend a holiday with her son in Australia. While there she will making arrangements for his wedding—the culmination of a romance she unwittingly started. Originally, Mrs Cairns was to sail last D
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
£200 FOR WOMAN DRAGGED BY TRAM

£200 FOR WOMAN DRAGGED BY TRAM

Mrs Margwet Yeaman or Cook, 56 High Street, Lochee, who was dragged by a tramcar she was about to board in Nethergate on December 6, 1949, has been awarded £2OO damages against the corporation. Sheriff MacKinnon has also found the corporation liable in expenses. Mrs Cook had cla
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COUNCIL OF EIGHT TO RUN SCOTS RADIO

COUNCIL OF EIGHT TO RUN SCOTS RADIO

Privately-owned television broadcasting stations in Bri p issued with the 8.8.C. are foreshadowed in a Government W e yesterday. "fjil But the new stations will not built until the country 1 e ne xt permit. Sound broadcasting to remain a 8.8.C. monopo y ten years at least. / , .
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland