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MARRIAGES. WINTER—FAY.—At Patrick* R.O. Church, Dundee, on June 24, 1950. by the Rev. Canon M'Kinley, Thomas, elder son Mrs Petrie,

MARRIAGES. WINTER—FAY.—At Patrick* R.O. Church, Dundee, on June 24, 1950. by the Rev. Canon M'Kinley, Thomas, elder son Mrs Petrie,

44 Kenmore Tee., Dundee, Rose Fay, youngest daughter of the late Mr Charles Fay and of Mrs C. Fay, 16 Maitland St., Dundee. DEATHS. AITKENHEAD.—At D.R.1., on June 27, 1950, Charles Wilson Aitkenhead, aged years, 35 Guthrie St., Dundee, beloved husband the late Mary Ogilvie. Fune
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Principal Seeks Light On Art College Problem

Principal Seeks Light On Art College Problem

Extensions to Dundee Technical College are likely to interfere with existing facilities at the College of Art it was explained to Dundee Institute of Art and Technology governors yesterday. Principal Cooper had informed the Art College Committee that applications for fulltime co
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOVERNMENT HAS 13 MAJORITY

GOVERNMENT HAS 13 MAJORITY

Schuman Plan Debate The Opposition motion urging that the Government should participate, subject to reservations, in the Paris conference on the Schuman plan, was defeated last night in the House of Commons. The Government amendment endorsing their action in not attending the co
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sixty children of James' Church, Broughty Ferry. Sunday school gave a concert in aid of funds in the church hall

Sixty children of James' Church, Broughty Ferry. Sunday school gave a concert in aid of funds in the church hall

last night before an audience of 250. They will repeat the concert to-night*
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRAMS MADE PROFIT, BUT BUSES LOST £14,000

TRAMS MADE PROFIT, BUT BUSES LOST £14,000

The accounts of Dundee Transport Department show that trams made a profit of £7800, but the buses incurred a loss of over £14,000. The undertaking's net loss is £6200 for the year to May 15 last. But by using the last of the reserve fund and profits on motor cars and lorries acc
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OATMEAL MILLS NOW IDLE

OATMEAL MILLS NOW IDLE

The Scottish Grand Committee was yesterday told by Mr W. S. Duthie (Con., Banff) that many oatmeal mills were standing idle. Before the war the potential production of oats was 800 to tons a week, and a peak of 5000 tons a week was reached during the war. The demand was now abou
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Cat In The Wall

Cat In The Wall

A grey cat belonging to Miss Mary Laird has been jammed in a wall cavity at 8 Nursery Street, Forfar, for two days. It is hoped to free the animal to-day by cutting t|je lathe and plaster from inside the house. The cat, about 15 years old, is expecting kittens. She entered a hol
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TENANTS BUY STRATHMORE FARMS

TENANTS BUY STRATHMORE FARMS

Well-known Angus farming brothers, William and David Bishop, have acquired the 300-acre Fletcherfield from Strathmore Estates. Since their father, the late William Bishop, came from the Lothians in 1896 to take over the tenancy from the late Mr George Rough, Fletcherfield has be
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mr William M'Dougall Gordon, former Provost of Peterhead, died last night, two hours after the Town Council's Finance Committee had

Mr William M'Dougall Gordon, former Provost of Peterhead, died last night, two hours after the Town Council's Finance Committee had

been considering recognition of his 26 years' service. He was 61.
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIREMEN FACE EXPLOSIONS IN GASWORKS BLAZE

FIREMEN FACE EXPLOSIONS IN GASWORKS BLAZE

Fire followed an explosion at Stonehaven Gasworks yesterday. Slates were blown off the roof of the workshop and flames shot high in the air. Firemen were able to prevent the outbreak spreading to other buildings, but the workshop and a garage were destroyed. A heavy pall of smok
June 28, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland