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ENJOYS HER FOOD

ENJOYS HER FOOD

Wishes sited heard years ago of MOORLAND INDIEVION WRITS "Some wee' , s back I was give some Moo, 'and Indigestion Tablets. Aftcr taking them I got a supply from my local Chemist. I am pleased to tell you I can now enjoy my nothing disarees with me. I wish I'd heard of them year
21 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
Under war conditions, the number of uses of venereal disease in Nein ties evay year, and this increase is one

Under war conditions, the number of uses of venereal disease in Nein ties evay year, and this increase is one

of the few "black soots" on the nation's wartime health record. A very portant muse of thespread of venereal diseases is ignorance. The object of advertisements is to provide information of their prevalence; how they are contracted; and bow they may be cured by early treatment.
21 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
IN MEMORIAM.

IN MEMORIAM.

MlLLER.—Treasureil memories of my dear wife and mother, who died on 21st February, 1943. Though het smile has cone for ever, Aud her voice we cannot hear, We shall never lose sweet memories Of the one we loved so dear. —lnserted toy her husband and daughter, 85 Whyte Rose Terrac
21 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
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21 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
HEATING OF SCHOOLS.

HEATING OF SCHOOLS.

A letter was read from the County Clerk Depute, with reference to a letter Irmo Wemyss School management Com'mate. &suing attention to unsatisfactory Iheating of schools, alleged to be due to 'low volatile coal stacked in playgrounds Ilast summer. The letter from the County Coun
28 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
EMPIRE QUESIIONS.

EMPIRE QUESIIONS.

"They were interested very much in the Empire as a whole, and the Commonwealth and its future, and many of t'zeir questions was that t hey did not kaow • great deal about how it was organised. When l was there, the question of con. scription in Canada was very much to the fore,
28 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
CHIROPODY HIROPODY HIROPODY We have succeeded In securing the services of a fully qualified Chiropodist. BOOK Your APPOINTMENT NOW Foot

CHIROPODY HIROPODY HIROPODY We have succeeded In securing the services of a fully qualified Chiropodist. BOOK Your APPOINTMENT NOW Foot

Specialists guarantee immediate an/ paring/tent relief to all Foot Sut S.O.T. Licence for stocking Seamen's and Deep Sea Fishermen's Boots. Also Agricultural Wellington s and Safety Boots. Bring your Permits. Jn /
28 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
INPai-OVIID— i-bliiie 'LUIS SO. CM

INPai-OVIID— i-bliiie 'LUIS SO. CM

'LUIS SO. CM M WO= ROAD IMN. COLWYN OANOIN CITY. MINTS. to N.M. M CHILDREN-A GOOD START. To those who are thirsty for reform, even diluted Beveridge is welcome. The Government's Bill providing fo. child allowances is a substantial move in the right direction. If it cannot be desc
28 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
COALTOWN OF WEMYSO.

COALTOWN OF WEMYSO.

Waalts Water %I . INNIUM—Th• winners of the weekly whist drive held in the Misers' Welter, Institute on Saturday were as follows:—Ladies-1 Mrs Mitrell. l 2 Mrs Kennedy; 3 Mrs Wynne. Genta.-1 1 R. McCulloch; P. May; 3 A. C. and H. D. (equal). After the whist, the final of a foxtr
28 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
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28 February 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland