When supplies drop induidual companies help one another out. Mr Daniel said the reductions will merely make lights and fires a litlle less bright.;’ Power chiefs had issued the blackout warning as Britain shivered in sub-zero temperatures and miner-' pickets forced three power s
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Mt* Crowder continued: ‘The grounds; are that the verdict was wrong. An apphcation will be made to call fresh evidence which has become available the result publicity disclosing the nature of the defence at the trial Further grounds may be submitted on receipt of the transcript.
A MAN was found dead near Oban today by a molmtain rescue team called out for the third time in ’36 hours to rescue injured climbers. The dead man Mr David Waring, a Sl-year-old forestry student, of Birchan, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, was found on Ben-a- Chleibh, 3000 ft. mountain 30
HAM HA. Treasured memories of beleved husbrnd. Leonard Hamlll (Lonnlei. who died January 30, 1971, aged years. 'To lege a husband good you. . Will remain a heartache all life through; You left place no one can miss you Lennle and always will. You left such beautiful memories, So