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FACTS ABOUT FUR

FACTS ABOUT FUR

TfIVERY WOMAN, WHETHER J SHE HAS A FUR COAT OR WHETHER SHE HAS NOT, LIKES TO KNOW ABOUT FUR. Few of us, it is true, can afford the mink which these days has supplanted sable the fur most representative of luxury and elegance. The reason, perhaps, is that mink is a very durable f
31 December 1949 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Pace 2

Pace 2

31 December 1949 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
AIFTY A, JL JL JULIA MISBEHAVES SUNDAY, Continuous from 5-15. Last Show 7-25 Ann Baxter, Ralph Bellamy GUEST IN THE

AIFTY A, JL JL JULIA MISBEHAVES SUNDAY, Continuous from 5-15. Last Show 7-25 Ann Baxter, Ralph Bellamy GUEST IN THE

HOUSE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Continuous from 5-45 BING CROSBY. RHONDA FLEMING, WILLIAM BENDIX in A YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT Technicolor, 6-14, 8-37
31 December 1949 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
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31 December 1949 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
Horace Lindrum and Peter Mans, the South African champion, start level at 12 frames each in to day's final session

Horace Lindrum and Peter Mans, the South African champion, start level at 12 frames each in to day's final session

of their match in the £1500 snooker tournament. Lindrum, conceding three [joints a frame, won seven of yesterday's 12 frames.
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIDAULT SURVIVES DOUBLE VOTE

BIDAULT SURVIVES DOUBLE VOTE

France's two-month-old Coaliti° n Government weathered a 40-d y Budget crisis last night by winning two votes of confidence in National Assembly. Had Premier Bidault lost either of th® votes —which were taken together—he have resigned automatically. Fighting to save his Governme
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
2019 MORE HOMES FOR SCOTS

2019 MORE HOMES FOR SCOTS

Permanent houses completed in Scotland during November numbered 2019, a decrease of 154 on the total for Nevember last year. Last month 1899 (including houses completed the Scottish Special Housing Association) were erected by local authorities. 57 by private enterprise and 63 b
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BANK WON'T GIVE UP RECLUSE'S DOLLARS

BANK WON'T GIVE UP RECLUSE'S DOLLARS

The British Government, now claiming the dollar assets in New York of a 90-yearold Scottish recluse. Mrs Maitland-Tennant, of Crammond Bridge, has similar pending- against her in three Canadian provinces. It was reported in New York yesterday that the Treasury was trying to secu
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shorthorns Bring In Dollars

Shorthorns Bring In Dollars

Scottish Shorthorns were among the best livestock dollar earners the country had this vear. Yet fewer were exported, 356 animals being sent overseas compared with 414 last year. Largest decrease was to the Argentine, which only imported 44 against 87 last vear. This was due to t
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GRANDTULLY WINNERS

GRANDTULLY WINNERS

Grandtully Parish Church Woman's Guild held a whist drive and dance. Prizes were presented by Mrs Andrew, president. Miss Marie Macfarlan e played for the dance. Winners:— Miss K. Kidd, Mrs A. Mi** B. Huff, Miss J. Thomeon. Miss N. Thomson, Mrs Andrew Messrs J. Stewart, J. Macfa
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland