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The Brushless LAVATORY CLEANSER
September 6, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
B.M.

B.M.

September 6, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JOHN YOUNG, House Furnishers 2-8 TALLY STREET and 48-52 SOUTH TAY STREET. DUNDEE. Phone 4404. BEDROOM FUIWITXJRE IN VENEERED WALNUT

JOHN YOUNG, House Furnishers 2-8 TALLY STREET and 48-52 SOUTH TAY STREET. DUNDEE. Phone 4404. BEDROOM FUIWITXJRE IN VENEERED WALNUT

WARDROBES, 3 ft., 3 ft. 6 in., DRESSING CHESTS, 2 and 3 I CHESTS DRAWERS, 3, 4, 5 I drawers, from £9 12/6. FITTED WARDROBES, 2 ft. P BEDS, ft., 4 ft., 4 ft. 6 in. You can buy Individual pieces. See JbS|i|Tj Mi® Window Display. Immediate Delivery. Guaranteed. Can also be supplied
September 6, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
6 0 5 1 8 17 1 Frank Keenan, Osborne secretary, beat many local clubs for the signature of goal-scoring centre George

6 0 5 1 8 17 1 Frank Keenan, Osborne secretary, beat many local clubs for the signature of goal-scoring centre George

6 5 1 8 17 1 Frank Keenan, Osborne secretary, beat many local clubs for the signature of goal-scoring centre George Murray, of Gellatly Youth Club Former centre Billy Ritchie, now of Dundee, tipped off his old club about Murray, who had three goals for his juvenile team on Saturd
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SEVEN ANGUS CLUBS GO ON

SEVEN ANGUS CLUBS GO ON

FORFARSHIRE JUNIOR West End 2 Dundee North End 0; Arbroath Vies 5. Downfield 1: Brechin Vies 3, Elmwood 5; Johnshaven 1, Ashdale 5; Haro 4. Anchor age 2; Osborne 4, Matrix 1. ANGUS JUNIOR LEAGUE— Coupar Angus 7, Montrose Roselea 1. League Placings. P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. Arbroat
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Attlee 44 fine * Mr Attlee returned to his Great Missenden (Bucks) at t jj end after a fortnight’s ee

Attlee 44 fine * Mr Attlee returned to his Great Missenden (Bucks) at t jj end after a fortnight’s ee

port (Pembrokeshire). Mrs that her husband was fi - * Before his holiday Attle® mild attack of thrombosis, eczema. Busiest showman “would be nervous wreck* -- but for All-Bran” ** am known as the SHOWMAN in Great r,t ®'%ii travel from coast to coast putti . shows and sensations
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Four in queue knocked down; woman dies Mrs Salmond Four people in a bus queue were knocked down by a

Four in queue knocked down; woman dies Mrs Salmond Four people in a bus queue were knocked down by a

lorry in Dens Road, Dundee, near Victoria Bridge, on Saturday evening Mrs Helen Robertson or Sa 1 m ond (47), 25 Finella Place, Fintry, who received internal injuries, died 2£ hours later in Dundee Royal Infirmary. Her husband Mr Alex ander Salmond (51), plater, was pinned by th
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Where it happened

Where it happened

The accident took place about 6.20 at the stop betw-een Lyon Street and Victoria Bridge. A city-bound bus had just drawn in to p ck up passengers. The lorry, driven by James Douris (38), painter, 50 Glenconner Drive, was following behind. Mr and Mrs Salmond's only daughter, Hele
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ISION.

ISION.

B.4s—Atoms for Peace: —Radiation from the Atom. 9.15 —The Unloved 10.15 British Association for the Advancement Science, Bristol, 1955: Annual Meeting. 10-30-10.45 Newsreel, News Summary and Weather Report. SOURG. 9.ls—Your Song Parade. 9.3o—Preview. 9.45 Friends and Neighbours.
September 6, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Missing thousands

Missing thousands

Doubts have also been raised about the number of prisoners still in Soviet hands. Moscow puts the total at about 10,000 and classifies them war criminals. The Red Cross estimates a figure of 100,000, however. If this is reliable, as there is reason to believe it is, what has hap
September 12, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland