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SAUCE?

SAUCE?

{j. J, THROUGHOUT the world women are generally accepted as Queens of the Kitchen. But when we reach the field of haute cuisine, it’s men who hold the top posts. T v It Kill state of affairs Batltffßte, Annabal from a speciality of chef of a mere prejudice or sheer Aultbu in and
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FURNISHING-

FURNISHING-

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24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tories’ pledge

Tories’ pledge

Conservative* pledge today that if returned to power, they will free from rate* all farm buildings used in the production of food from the land.
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
POLICE MORALE IS ‘AT A LOW EBB’

POLICE MORALE IS ‘AT A LOW EBB’

POLICE were ilndlng It Impossible at times to carry out primary function " crime prevention, the chief constable Susses. Mr Christopher Williams, said today. It requires little imagination to see why the morale the service a wholeunderpaid aa It has been for long, and undermanne
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OUTSTANDING

OUTSTANDING

But > ipcclal word for the outstanding performance Jimmy Pearce As leader of the pushers Simon Pepper end Jim Couper). played It cool and cruel. With awareness for the elan of an American gang star, eucceedcd In producing shudders every time atapped on the stage. Ae play, "Hatfu
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
« ACKNOWLEDGMENT*

« ACKNOWLEDGMENT*

CARROLL.—Mr J. Carroll and Daughter wish to express their sincere thanks to relatives, friend* and neighbours tor kind erpresslons sympathy emended to them (personally and by letlera and cards). In th«tr recant sad btrtavement. and (or beautiful floral tributes received. They al
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
79 ACCOMMODATION WANTED

79 ACCOMMODATION WANTED

ACCOMMODATION WANTED YOUNG Man renulre* Self-contained Hed-sltter In Aberdeen from March. Box Al2.‘ SWBDISH family, three pe»w». require to Rent. Fully Furnished Small House, or Flat, two rooms. «lltlng-room. kitchen and bathroom, for approximately six weeks from middle of June.
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By JAMES FORBES

By JAMES FORBES

ABERDEEN are due to play five league matches before they line up against Kilmarnock at Muirton Park, Perth, in the Scottish Cup semifinal. With four of the games at home the Dons are given a first-class chance to whip up interest among their supporters. First of the postponed le
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
England, Belgium tune

England, Belgium tune

up... ENGLAND and Belgium.seek to knock off any rough edges in training today as they make final preparations for their soccer international In Brussels tomorrow night. The England squad of 16 players, including late replacements Peter Osgood (Chelsea) and Alan Oakes (Manchester
24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BELLS SCOTCH WHISKY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1970 MELDRUMB for JACKETS It-u comlo t. •lyimi. ckurM. ifMin at four Itlturo Jaofcal*

BELLS SCOTCH WHISKY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1970 MELDRUMB for JACKETS It-u comlo t. •lyimi. ckurM. ifMin at four Itlturo Jaofcal*

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24 February 1970 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland