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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1945.

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1945.

Control Committee just prior to the war. He is having constant queries about getting fruit for his customers. Mr Middleton said all the shop keepers are having constant _requests, but they cannot get it. Mr D. Cairns said he would like if something could be done in this case, hu
13 April 1945 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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13 April 1945 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
KILMARNOCK. HERALD AND AYRSH CETTINC TO KNOW THE NATIVE TRIBES. British troops have had the opportunity of becoming faintliar with

KILMARNOCK. HERALD AND AYRSH CETTINC TO KNOW THE NATIVE TRIBES. British troops have had the opportunity of becoming faintliar with

the character and customs of those admirable people of the hills, the Naga tribes of Manipur, close to the Assam- Burma border, where fierce fight• ing took place a few months ago The Naga has an intellect well above the average, and is quick Ito understand and to imitate civili
20 April 1945 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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THE LONG DARK NIGHTS MAY INJURE YOUR SIGHT. WHY NOT HAVE YOUR EYES TESTED ? CONSULT J. TAYLOR, OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN

THE LONG DARK NIGHTS MAY INJURE YOUR SIGHT. WHY NOT HAVE YOUR EYES TESTED ? CONSULT J. TAYLOR, OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN

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04 April 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
FOR CASH GIFT,

FOR CASH GIFT,

The Sub-Committee - .had given etry'l careful consideration to all the schemes, and had to the conclusion that a cash gift, or gift in kind, was the only one they could consider as reasonable at the present time. Provost Gerrett referred to proceedings at the final meeting when
11 April 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
IKNAVIN AND METHIL TOWN COUNCIL. Ratepayers Object to Refuse Dump Industrial Development Scheme —Public Meeting The monthly fagoting of Buckhaven

IKNAVIN AND METHIL TOWN COUNCIL. Ratepayers Object to Refuse Dump Industrial Development Scheme —Public Meeting The monthly fagoting of Buckhaven

and Medial Town Council lest Wednesday, was one of the shortest on record, the busmen being completed in less than an hour. At the outset Provost Jas. Way, who presided, referred to the absence of Baths Thomson on account of illness, and on hie suggestion the Town Clerk, Mr S. M
11 April 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
THE LEVEN MAIL, APRIL 11, 1945

THE LEVEN MAIL, APRIL 11, 1945

11 April 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
LEVEN CO-OPERATIVE GUILDSWOMEN'S CLOSING SOCIAL Leven Co-operative Women's Guild rounded off a very successful session with a social and dance

LEVEN CO-OPERATIVE GUILDSWOMEN'S CLOSING SOCIAL Leven Co-operative Women's Guild rounded off a very successful session with a social and dance

on Friday evening. A large number of delegates were present, representing guild, from Burntiaiand to Anstruther, and Sooonie Hall housed a gathering in region of 300. Mrs Nicholson presided and extended a welcome to they company, and a special greeting to Mfrs ', Smith an honora
11 April 1945 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland