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AMATEUR FILM-MAKERS

AMATEUR FILM-MAKERS

Edinburgh Teachers' Cinema Impressions of Germany The Edinburgh branch of the Scottish Educational Film Association resumed its activities for the winter session last night , when a performance of films , including several made by members in Germany in the spring , was given in
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MORE EMPLOiMEJNT —«—Mr Ernest Brown Speaks at Leith on Tours A SCOTTISH CONFERENCE

MORE EMPLOiMEJNT —«—Mr Ernest Brown Speaks at Leith on Tours A SCOTTISH CONFERENCE

When Mr Ernest Brown , ja . r ., Minister oi Labour , addressed a meeting of his constituents in Leith . last night , he made reference to the tours of industrial areas he is undertaking at present , and stated that next week would . be devoted to consideration of the problems w
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ASYLUM PATIENTS 4 Boarding-Out Difficulties FEW SUITABLE GUARDIANS

ASYLUM PATIENTS 4 Boarding-Out Difficulties FEW SUITABLE GUARDIANS

The question of boarding-out patients of the Joint Asylum , Springfield , Cupar , was considered at a meeting of the Asylum Committee at Cupar yesterday . The medical superintendent , Dr Boyd , recalled that the matter was raised by Fife County Clerk in a letter submitted to the
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DUNDEE SHIP CAPTAIN DEAD Adventures in War-Time and After

DUNDEE SHIP CAPTAIN DEAD Adventures in War-Time and After

The death took place yesterday in a Dundee nursing home of Captain Alfred H . Moodie , 18 Martin Street , Dundee , a member of the Tay Pilotage service , who had a distinguished war career . Captain Moodie served his apprenticeship with the Den Line , Dundee , and during the war
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CALLANDER POLITICAL SCHOOL

CALLANDER POLITICAL SCHOOL

? . POLITICAL SCJIOOI Ol aiuuy Will UK licui " ti . o Callander Palace Hotel on loth-18 th teobcr . under the auspices of the Scottish " :: • : ¦¦ -,: .- ' Association . Among the subjects : »!* . \ r iih will be "Some Problems o • • V . yna ! and Imperial Defence . " by Lord Kr
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE ROTARI MOVEMENT ABROAD

THE ROTARI MOVEMENT ABROAD

hi-teruig liHernalioual Amity Is value of the Rotary movement in r > ::: " - international friendship was : «; ed by Dr Alexander O . Potter , Paris . • . he ¦' . eekiy luncheon of Cupar Rotary : b yesterday . frr-oaring conditions in this country with ¦ ;; e o : i " . be Contin
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MECHAMGAL" HORSED ? ' Railway Delivery Service PFRTTT APPLICATION CRANTE

MECHAMGAL" HORSED ? ' Railway Delivery Service PFRTTT APPLICATION CRANTE

Mr Henry Riches , • sitting as licensing Authority for the Northern Traffic Area , at Perth yesterday , granted an application by the L . and N . E . Railway Company for permission to introduce two mechanical " horses " and two trailers in Perth in place of two horse-drawn vehic
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PHYSICAL TRAINING 4 Need for Grading System COMPULSION ADVOCATED

PHYSICAL TRAINING 4 Need for Grading System COMPULSION ADVOCATED

The danger of unfit persons being excluded from the Government ' s drive for physical fitness unless some form of compulsion was introduced , Was pointed out by Lieut . A . Stark , physical training instructor and secretary of the Athletic Union of St Andrews University , when s
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE NEW ITYJEW VICTORIA Telephone 231711 . IX Telephone 438051 . Continuous from 12 Norm . I-Continuous from 12 Noon

THE NEW ITYJEW VICTORIA Telephone 231711 . IX Telephone 438051 . Continuous from 12 Norm . I-Continuous from 12 Noon

, GAUMONT-BR 1 TISH THEATRES . TO-DAY . JEANETTE MACDONALD , NELSON EDDY , In " |^ f AYTIME " ( a . ) . With JOHN BARRYMORB . "AIN'T WE GOT FUN ? " (« . l—Coloured Cartoon sew virrrrmiA—hox SF ^ 4 TS MAY BE BOOKED . § wttaMe gwjrwtjj in Jfatt AYRSHIRE OR SALK , TERRACE HOUSE , 6
11 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland