EVERY EFFORT I* being made to build staff and accommodation that criminal charges can be dealt with more speedily, the Lord Advocate has told Mr James Davidson, M.P. Mr Davidson had raised with him the “appalling circumstances" which followed the death an Aberdeen man in a Glas
THE KEY TO ONE MAN’S PROBLEM After being given a week to move his caravan home from Aberdeen Corporation property in Canal Terrace last Monday, an Aberdeen man told the Police Court today that he got the keys of a council house this morning. David Whyte, c/o The Caravan, Lot No.
space plan A BOLD space programme" was developing for the seventies, according to space programme administrators, but they warned that further progress would be expensive. Dr Thomas Paine, National Aeronautics and Space Administrator, and Dr Werner von Braun, NASA planning direc
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