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MEETINGS, LECTURES &c. LODGE Broughly Castle (No. 486) meets tonight (Thursday) 7.30. Passing. Election and installation of treasurer. AYASONIC.—Lodge Meigle

MEETINGS, LECTURES &c. LODGE Broughly Castle (No. 486) meets tonight (Thursday) 7.30. Passing. Election and installation of treasurer. AYASONIC.—Lodge Meigle

(No. 1122).—Regular -k'-I- meeting Monday first 8 p.m. Initiation. 0E.8., Downfleld Chapter (No. 232). —Regular • meeting tonight (Thursday), 7 p.m. Initiation, Scots Nicht, 8 p.m. R A.—Chapter Ancient (No. 470), Artillery •Lane. —Tonight (Thursday), 7. Exaltations, p
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STOCKTAKING CLEARANCE

STOCKTAKING CLEARANCE

ALL STOCKS MUST BE CLEARED 20 Only. Half Price. WOMEN’S SKIRTS OA/ Each *-> " 150 Only. Half Price. MEN’S TIES'! //T Each -L/O 42 Only. Saving £6. WOMEN’S COATS / Each " 15 Only. Saving 32/6. WOMEN’S If. FROCKS. Each ... O / 400 Yards. Half Price. 36 - in. GROSGRAIN f / Yard O/-
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HB COMPLETE DETERG^Jy

HB COMPLETE DETERG^Jy

COMPLETE DETERG^Jy |B<
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Food margin

Food margin

The proportion of total expenditure allotted to food is appreciably higher than the known overall national figure. This is an effective safeguard against any risk that the index might underrate the importance of changes in food prices to the budget of the average wage-earner. Wh
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
£2,300,000 TV

£2,300,000 TV

stations on the way Mr L. D. Gammans, Assistant Postmaster General, replying to questions on the programmes which will be permitted on commercial television and on advertisers influencing such programmes, said he would ask M.P.s to await publication of the Television Bill. Mr Ch
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The farmer’s lass takes the stage EIGHTEEN-Year-old Joyce Soutar, Templeton Farm, near Arbroath, is a busy lass, as tbe pictures

The farmer’s lass takes the stage EIGHTEEN-Year-old Joyce Soutar, Templeton Farm, near Arbroath, is a busy lass, as tbe pictures

show. Farming and acting are poles apart, hut to Joyce they are all in the day’s work. Last night she took part in Arbroath J.A.C.’s production of “The Changeling” in a competition at Webster Hall. p.m. She drives a load of turnips. 4 p.m. ► She puts the milk through the cooler
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SUGAR BEET GROWERS BREAK A RECORD

SUGAR BEET GROWERS BREAK A RECORD

BY OUR FARMING REPORTER ior the first time since voluntary acreage contracting was resumed after the war sugar beet growers in the Scottish factory area have passed the 12,000 mark. This year they may reach the 14,000 acre mark as there is still about three months to go. Only on
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALARM °aer mail thefts

ALARM °aer mail thefts

ALARM mail thefts Fleet Street, London, . ec l esday Evening. Mr David ' Qup't^ 8 hard iy at i 1 ' 5 1 5651 ,l S lone d in the Commons Il'ich °1 mails, k " 0w become a matter of A Social- r IICC ° ncernallst M p i rk*’ , olone M. Lipton, F.M 3l experts ac v > > n ° security arran
January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
There’s waiting list of girls for jobs here ■■■■ WKHS&i' '

There’s waiting list of girls for jobs here ■■■■ WKHS&i' '

January 28, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland