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THE U£>E of seat belts in all vehicles should be made compulsory in Britain—by Government decree. It would be a

THE U£>E of seat belts in all vehicles should be made compulsory in Britain—by Government decree. It would be a

cost-free, major contribution to road safety. A motor industry chief has suggested this at a conference on “Safe Road Vehicles Today,” attended by the Minister of Transport, and more than 250 engineers, researchers and executives. Held at' the Transport and Road Research Laborat
28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRANSPORT

TRANSPORT

MINISTER’S VIEWS ASKED for his views on making it compulsory to wear seat belts. Minister of Transport Industries, Mr John Peyton said today that it would be a difficult step to take. Speaking a "Towards Safer Road Vehicles" conference. at Crowthorne, Berks., he added that peopl
28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FIRST CUSTOMER

FIRST CUSTOMER

The store's first customer was three-year-old Barbara Cameron. 03 Arnhall Drue, who was presented with a box of chncoLaJes The opening eeremonv was pprfnrnu'd hy the enm; Express" Woman’s Editor Ruby Xurhcrvillr In charge of the slnre is Mr Bill Greig. ’managing director of Wesi
28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Skippof sons celeLuit^ too well r^iku >kiui>ftr of » % le: Ben •u .n dock < .if:, o thi* in

Skippof sons celeLuit^ too well r^iku >kiui>ftr of » % le: Ben •u .n dock < .if:, o thi* in

M't'unni: • • record t.tU h. Trt uoni out with friends to (t’lcbrau* the siut —but the mu'ht (ended with a general Aberdeen bar and wulhi two barmen a^salilted. ln ; the dock wore William Roderick Robertson Baxter (-2 labourer. Byron rresrent; John Auld Fiett trawl fisherman. 17
28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GEORGE STREET. ABERDEEN. AB9IET. TEL 27222. Drama in

GEORGE STREET. ABERDEEN. AB9IET. TEL 27222. Drama in

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28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Fifth-round cup By JACK DIAMOND

Fifth-round cup By JACK DIAMOND

THE FIFTH round of the Daily Record Cup teams four league will be played" on February 4. with sections A and B at the Bridge Club and sections C. D and E at the Northern Arts. Entries along with the entry fee of 23p a pair should be sent to Mrs A. N. Johnston, 46 B'ountainhall R
28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
in on the disabled

in on the disabled

MASSIVE profits are being made by "racketeer” door-to-door salesmen throughout the country who sell shoddy goods to housewife customers by telling them they are "helping the disabled.” This was allcccd in the Commons today by Labour MP Mr David Reed, who said: "This is quite sim
28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A LOOK INTO THE

A LOOK INTO THE

PAST! BIG ATTRACTION for customers in hairdresser James Watt’s salon Anderson Avenue is theatre poster advertisim: the top stam’ attraction 01 101 years ago. Dated April id. it lists who was topping the hill al the former Alhambra Theatre which stood in Exchange, Street. The pos
28 January 1972 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland