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STONEHAVEN LAND DEAL PROPOSED

STONEHAVEN LAND DEAL PROPOSED

Stonehaven Town Council last ni ff ht discussed the Fitness Association's request regarding the acquisition of field east of the Netherley Road. It was stated the held would be accepted bv Major Innes in lieu a field at Cowie which would become the property of the Fitness Associ
14 June 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHORT LEET FOR ASHLUDIE POST

SHORT LEET FOR ASHLUDIE POST

A sub-committee of Dundee Corporation Public Health Committee yesterday selected the following short leet from among 70 applicants for the post of clerk-steward of Ashludie Sanatorium:— G. M. Cunningham (26), 11 Frederick Street, Downfield, Dundee, senior clerk in the steward's
21 July 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLISH FRONTIER INCIDENT CUSTOMS OFFICER SHOT DEAD A stern Polish warning to the Danzig Senate is expected to follow a

POLISH FRONTIER INCIDENT CUSTOMS OFFICER SHOT DEAD A stern Polish warning to the Danzig Senate is expected to follow a

serious frontier affair in which a Polish customs officer named Budziewicz was shot dead. According' to the Warsaw official version, a Danzig Customs official, accompanied by two members of a Nazi organisation, crossed the frontier yesterday morning. Budziewicz called upon them
21 July 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JUNIOR INSTRUCTION CENTRES MAY BE CLOSED

JUNIOR INSTRUCTION CENTRES MAY BE CLOSED

A proposal to invite the Ministry of Labour to consider whether the junior instruction centres should not now be closed was agreed a meeting of the Schools Sub- Committee of Dundee Education Committee yesterday. This decision was reached in view of a report that the number of at
14 June 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mrs K. Shepherd, 176 East High Street, Forfar, is detained in Forfar Infirmary suffering from a broken leg sustained when

Mrs K. Shepherd, 176 East High Street, Forfar, is detained in Forfar Infirmary suffering from a broken leg sustained when

she fell in East High Street.
14 June 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLENESK SCHOOL AWARDS

GLENESK SCHOOL AWARDS

Closing day at Glenesk School was marked by games and races. Tea was provided bv Mrs Milne. Prizes were handed to the following:—Sen. I. Angus Club prizes—Jessie Strachan and Isobel Davidson; Sen. JII. —Jean S. Milne; Jun. II. —Angus Davidson; Sen. infants— lan Moir; jun. infant
10 July 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFE COUNCIL WAGES QUESTION SHELVED

FIFE COUNCIL WAGES QUESTION SHELVED

"Tripe" Dropped from New Post Conditions Fife County Road Board yesterday further delayed the question of increases in wages to county roadmen. Sir Thomas Erskine, chairman, said the Emergency Committee recommended there should be no change in the wages and he moved accordingly.
14 June 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
UNDERGRADS MAY DEFER CALL-UP

UNDERGRADS MAY DEFER CALL-UP

University undergraduates and those who would be entering universities as full-time students this autumn may. if they desire, postpone their liability to be called up for military training until after their university studies, Mr W. S. Morrison, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancas
13 June 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
•IN GUISHED CYCLE TYRES —No. 2 DUNLOP o aaste

•IN GUISHED CYCLE TYRES —No. 2 DUNLOP o aaste

14 June 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WATER LEAKAGE AT LESLIE ALLEGED

WATER LEAKAGE AT LESLIE ALLEGED

Losing a Lot, Councillor ]r^.; Councillor Shaw stated at Council last night that he v' the Bank Place housing / losing lot of water through cisterns. ' W Bailie Thomson (convener y any leakages it is for the ten ~ } to the factor. I don't see " \ Shaw should bring this up. Burgh
13 June 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland