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PLIGHT OF RUN AWAYS

PLIGHT OF RUN AWAYS

SHIRLEY, a 16-ye*r-o4d from Inverness, ran away firoea wort as a <*—»; in London Iwtelv... jnst one thousands who have be«i drawn Hwre nwtts candle, almost inevitably to lagead. . More than of tbe peopte . seeku« tte otyVeabHaved streets rattened to Scots. “Runaways,” film «a BB
30 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
New set-up hasiT

New set-up hasiT

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10 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Not so hot!

Not so hot!

A West German motorist who let his engine run for four minutes to warm up because of the sudden Arctic weather, was charged police at Wuppertal with poltuting the atmosphere and fined 10 marks on the spot. Organist dies Organist Harold Ramsay, the former BBC broadcaster, has die
30 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
£2 AND £3 OFF CHILDREN’S WINTER COATS

£2 AND £3 OFF CHILDREN’S WINTER COATS

30 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
£X WINNER

£X WINNER

WINNER
10 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Give the North clubs their chance to dream

Give the North clubs their chance to dream

I’M ALL FOR progress sport—but there are some traditions which are part of our sporting enjoyment. One of these is the anxious wait a Monday morning for the Scottish Cup draw to find out if the North hopefuls have drawn a “glamour game.” Another is the satisi action of knowing t
10 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
11.00 PLAIN SAILING “The Sailing iSchool.” More advice for would-be sailing enthusiasts. 11.25 CARTOON TIME 11.30 FARMING OUTLOOK 12.00 WEEKEND

11.00 PLAIN SAILING “The Sailing iSchool.” More advice for would-be sailing enthusiasts. 11.25 CARTOON TIME 11.30 FARMING OUTLOOK 12.00 WEEKEND

WORLD in-depth look at world and home current affairs. 1.10 A HOUSE FOR THE FUTURE 1.40 PARENTS’ DAY ' Current problems in education. 2.05 WAIT TILL YOUR FATHER GETS HOME “Mama’s Identity.” Harry’s wife becomes liberated^ 2.35 SCOTSPORT Including football action. 3.50 WORLD AT W
10 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CONGREGATIONAL

CONGREGATIONAL

* t cqn c ’cational CHURCH (Skene Street l-nitlnp). BELMONT SIREET. „ a.m. 6 Rev. DAVID SUTHERLAND. M.A 'TRIHITV (SHIPROW) a.m.—^ ALISTA.R McROBD. B.Ed DIAL * A - MISSAGB Speaker this week; MARTIN WHITE. vies
10 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE RUBBERSHOP 12 16 George St. Aberdeen273os -4 158 FASHION A BEAUTY

THE RUBBERSHOP 12 16 George St. Aberdeen273os -4 158 FASHION A BEAUTY

ALL. P«rm« R«ducad by £l. Mon.- Frl. during Feb. Maxwell. 65 Rosemoonr Vladurt. Tel. 50193. t. JAFFA FURS LTD.. 489 a Union .Street, Aberdeen, for Restyling and Alterations.
30 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CLINIQUE

CLINIQUE

00 YOU WANT TO JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING COSMETIC COMPANY TODAY? WE ARE LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL CONSULTANT TO JOIN US FOR OUR COUNTER IN WATT & GRANT OF ABERDEEN Pleasa apply in writing , to: General Manager, Watt & Grant, 221 Union Street, Aberdeen.:.
30 January 1976 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland