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FEWER HOURS FOR WORK AND

FEWER HOURS FOR WORK AND

ICrossword barrow. Parsimonious 15 NO* thing 19 You may find this a poser. 21 Part of a ferry-boat to go wrong. 22 Bird that gets a salutation in tin Navy. 23 Loans may be Rot from here. 24 Summer confections. 25 American lorry 26 Is the centre of platter DOWN —1 Man may keep th
02 October 1945 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Slept On Mat

Slept On Mat

The men slept on a mat. Any stools or boxes for seats or storing things were either home-made or stolen. The main food was rice. They supplemented this with the green tops of potatoes and ether leaves. They ate the camp pets—dogs, cats, and the rabbits. They even ate rats, snake
02 October 1945 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EVENING EXPRESS, Tuesday, October 2,

EVENING EXPRESS, Tuesday, October 2,

02 October 1945 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Dundee On Top

Dundee On Top

A strong British Army eleven was well beaten by Dundee by 3-0 at Dens Park yesterday. Rattray (2), and Juliussen were the scorers. Twelve minutes from the close, Swift. the Manchester City and England goalkeeper, had to leave the field with a knee injury. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS pVE
02 October 1945 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Ttagic gift of

Ttagic gift of

TRAGIC North-east business manager Mary Main was this afternoon named as the woman whose death gave life to four people and the gift of sight to two others. Mrs Main (42), a business manager at Duncans Travel in Fraserburgh, died of a brain haemorrhage at Aberdeen Royal Infirmar
06 May 1994 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Fatal fire may lead to scheme

Fatal fire may lead to scheme

THE Scarborough social security hostel fire in which woman and a 20- month-old child filed could lead to an early introduction of tough new licensing scheme for hostels, already being considered Ministers, PA News As an investigation into the blaze at the Richmond Hotel continue
06 May 1994 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Foreign Minister Koji Kakizawa.

Foreign Minister Koji Kakizawa.

SOUTH AFRICA: South African police raided right-wing Radio Pretoria today, a week after the station went oft the air, rightwing sources said. The sources said heavily-armed police, some in helicopters, swooped on the station’s premises on a farm north of Pretoria at dawn an appa
06 May 1994 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Warning over warden plan

Warning over warden plan

PARKING ticket fines could soar in the North-east If the traffic warden service Is privatised, it was claimed today. A union official has warned that private companies running the service for councils would pass on their costs to the motorist. Aberdeen wardens’ union negotiator
06 May 1994 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Did YOU see?

Did YOU see?

THE Waterhole blew up in terful types; happening bands (two) Neighbours (BBCI,5.35 pm). in studio for chat; a few songs at It was never much of a set anyway. various potateonbw chart but the special effects were impres- a™* too 10s sive. if not quite In the Jurassic Park singles
06 May 1994 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Radio

Radio

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06 May 1994 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland