I Crossing muddle ! Th«* Ministry of Transport cannot congratulate itself on its handling; of the problem of pedestrian crossings. It was un\vjse, in the opinion of a great jmtny people, to give pedestrians rlpht of way at crossings marked by nothing more conspicuous than Belish
Relaxations in exchange control FROM to-morrow, emigrants from Britain to,- countries in the Organisation for European Economic Co-opera-, tion, except Belgium. Luxembourg and Switzerland, will be allowed 1 to take up to £5.000 of their: capital, spread over four years,! instead
Children playing on waste ground in town south of Paris yesterday stumbled acrosa man’s head wrapped in newspaper. The head, with staring eyes, was thought to| have been lying on the ground for about f-’-tnight. Reuter.
business they .send rre«*tinjfs for the New Year to rriena* throughout the world. Tliere have been manv chansea during the 100 year.*«. The shop .»t 88. High Street (near the Albert aiemonal). has been opened and developed; was 32 years T. shop in Doneeall Flare (where Thompaoo'
EGGS for Hatching—Pure breed K.I.K. and pure breed W. Leghorn, bloodtested, freed range and ferlilr; per doz.; aLo pure breed White Aylesbury Duck Eggs. 8/- per doz.; Guinea Fowl. per pair. Mary Slevln. Fivemilel own. FOR Sale, 100 pure White Leghorn and R L. Red .hillets. weeks
WATCHNIGHT SERVICE at 11— Come! Soloists: Mary Stevenson. Peggy Courtney, Organist: Harry Peyton. L.T.C.L. SUNDAY. 3-30 p.m.— NEW YEAR PRAISE SERVICE. Preacher at both Services: Rev. W. P. HALL. M.A. Assembly Hall Choir (Conductor: Wm. F’.oyd). Soloists; Patricia Greer, Pamela S