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LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

p Per/A [ Munitions— fe Gues k Theatre Novelty. 186 Fleet Street, E.C.4. Jfy-ise, Friday. sitt- not ex Pected during \ Sl *ting the House Qf Mj» but to-day's 'Her} rocee dings somewhat Puzzled the compara' attf> , j C sma group of ,SS -^ n t^le rSt Pl ace " r W Se vat v women M.
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Nazis Attack Lord Baldwin

Nazis Attack Lord Baldwin

Guttersnipe " Appeal or Jews An abusive personal attack on Lord Baldwin appears in the Lx>kalanzeiger, commenting on his broadcast appeal on behalf of Jewish refugees. The speech is the limit of mendacious, humanitarian hypocrisy," says the paper's London correspondent. t j 6 a
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RADIO TO BRING “UNITY OF HEART”

RADIO TO BRING “UNITY OF HEART”

8.8.C. Chief at Aberdeen Station Opening Opening Aberdeen's new Broadcasting House last night, Ishbel. Lady Aberdeen laid particular stress the value of radio to peace. This was one of radio's greatest works of the future. Her late husband, Lord Aberdeen, opened Aberdeen's first
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Cripple Boy Meets His Dream Hero

Cripple Boy Meets His Dream Hero

nb;l7 en ar ria ! , ay crippled in the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Street London, last night dreaming wistfully of his hero, Driver Fred Bishop, the Coronation and Royal Scot. Suddenly through the ward tip-toed a burly figure in oily blue dungarees and cap a model locomoti
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WELL-KNOWN ANGUS FARMER DEAD The death occurred yesterday at Newton of Auchterhouse, Dundee, of Mr George Guild, a well-known figure

WELL-KNOWN ANGUS FARMER DEAD The death occurred yesterday at Newton of Auchterhouse, Dundee, of Mr George Guild, a well-known figure

in Angus agricultural circles. He was for a long number of years tenant of the farm of Milton of Guthrie, Friockheim. After relinquishing the tenancy, of the Milton he became proprietor and tenant of the farm and estate of Grosefield, Brechin, where he farmed successfully for a
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Dowager Countess of Airli* interested visitor to the exhibition the original paintings of Walt f„ film White ,& SZ7n:

The Dowager Countess of Airli* interested visitor to the exhibition the original paintings of Walt f„ film White ,& SZ7n:

T in the Panmum Art Salon " arts R™». Ltd.). » M s£.^E ob, sg°» * shown round Mr John Was her the seeing the exhibition in Dundee.
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LADY DEAD Lady Grenfell, wife of Sir Wilfred A the famous founder of the died at Boston, Massachussets m,SB 'ons,

LADY DEAD Lady Grenfell, wife of Sir Wilfred A the famous founder of the died at Boston, Massachussets m,SB 'ons,

illness. ' er a long Lady Grenfell, who was , , Anne Elizabeth Macrlanahan Miss Forest, Illinois, was married Grenfell in 1909. They had Wll^d daughter. Bons and Sir Wilfred, who in his 74*1, a former rector of St Andrews • year > ■ Ul Uversity.
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WANTED—ENGINES FOR HOME FUEL

WANTED—ENGINES FOR HOME FUEL

Mr Burgin Answers Letter Critics Following the opening of the £105,000 bypass road at Bolton yesterday, Mr Leslie Burgm, Minister of Transport, said letters reached him from various parts of the country couched in suspiciously similar terms, which made him think there was perhap
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFE HOPES OF OIL FIND

FIFE HOPES OF OIL FIND

Two Other Bores Being Sunk Has oil been found at Milton of Balgonie? No official answer to the question can be obtained at the moment, but there is a firm belief in Milton Balgonie and Windygates area that at least slight traces of oil bearing strata were found in the experiment
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLICE QUESTION FOUR MEN AFTER SCOTS BANK HOLD-UP

POLICE QUESTION FOUR MEN AFTER SCOTS BANK HOLD-UP

RADIO STARTS HUNT FOR CAR £200 STOLEN AT REVOLVER POINT FOUR MEN WERE QUESTIONED BY THE POLICE LAST NIGHT FOLLOWING AN ARMED RAID ON A GLASGOW BANK. IT WAS ALSO LEARNED THAT THE CAR BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN USED IN THE AFFAIR HAD BEEN FOUND BY THE POLICE. Scene of the raid was a br
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland