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– CASINO

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CASINO WALES ST. Nightly p.rn. .Matinee Saturday at 2 p.m. To-day—"The Perfect Woman.” *T Was A Shoplifter.” THI’RSDAY, FRIDAY. SATI'RDAVJOHN IR-LAND. DVORAK, “THE RETURN OF JESSE JAMES” (U) Also Raymond Wa'-buru Walter Catlett. •FATHERS WILD lU* Belmont Cinema BELMONT ST. Contin
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JACK RADCLIFFE

JACK RADCLIFFE

The Royoi Commend Performer. Scotlond*s Great Chore Corned ion AND FULL SUPPORTING COMPANY ROOK NOW. Office: tO—9. Phone 29485 PANTOMIME— GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS” CemraencHig Monday, 24th Oecembet 1951. for Two Week*. Twice Nightly of 6.1 S and 8.30. Mctinces 2.30 Tuesday
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CYRIL STAPLETON

CYRIL STAPLETON

AND HIS ORCHESTRA Featuring CARL BARRITEAU Tickets Now cn Sale THURSDAY 7.45—11.15 OLD-TIME NIGHT 2 6 FRIDAY PRIVATE FUNCTION THURSDAY, NOVEMBER : Demonstration of OLD-TIME DANCING by British Champions Joe and Kothie STEAD, of Blachool - Also Adjudicating North Scotland Hcof BUT
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
I—And Knife candy queen, i attendants Body r ’Accused Murder a miner who, it was lley Pan” as well as

I—And Knife candy queen, i attendants Body r ’Accused Murder a miner who, it was lley Pan” as well as

pool to-day charged eadbetter (27), Back iard and this key was later in Mitchell nossession, it evening Mitchell was talking to Leadbetter in own and she later look a to the house. She was when left. tcheli later took a taxi louse and the driver stayed live a bottle of beer with
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Macduff Vessel In Difficulties

Macduff Vessel In Difficulties

The Macduff motor fishing vessel Speedwell, which was in trouble in the Moray Firth with a broken fuel pipe for several hours to-day, was taken in tow this afternoon by the Aberdeen trawler Buchans 11. She is being towed to Fraserburgh. Whitehills lifeboat is standing by. An air
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
She Taught And Learned—In Canada

She Taught And Learned—In Canada

She Taught And Learned —In Canada An Aberdeen teacher who spent year in Canada under the e;.:han2e scheme had in her class children from Esthonia. Finland, Poland. Yugoslaviaand one from Aberdeen. Telling of her experiences in the Central Secondary School Magazine, the teacher. M
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Quite Incorrigible, Court Told

Quite Incorrigible, Court Told

21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Averages In Aberdeenshire Grade Cricket E M 100 aouian-i heads the batting average.'- for the oast season la Ab*rd?enshire Grade

Averages In Aberdeenshire Grade Cricket E M 100 aouian-i heads the batting average.'- for the oast season la Ab*rd?enshire Grade

1. cricket- P. Sprv iWoodsidei is runner-up and two Woodslde players are the top two places In the bowling averages. W Ford first and W. Lawson second. In the Reserve Grade, the distinction of coming out on top In both bowling and bitting govs to I Ross »2nd Crescent'. Leading a
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OUR VIEW

OUR VIEW

VHVHCH A MORE realistic approach by the Church was advocated by the Rev. David H C. Read. Chaplain to the University of Edinburgh, in the third of His Warrack lectures in Aberdeen yesterday on preaching. Such ' an approach, with its closer identification with the men and women t
21 November 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland