I WONDER how many people in South Lanarkshire are running around mad, wondering whether they have thrown away the winning Lottery ticket with the £1m prize (Evening Times, May 24).
Rather than have thousands of people worrying about it, could the Lottery organisers not be a little more specific and tell us where the ticket was bought, or even the town?
My wife will have me lifting the carpets next!
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Trumped up row
I DON'T like the fact that Scotland appears to be smothered in wind turbines.
However, I like it even less when golf courses and garishly-clad players of the game interrupt my view of a Site of Special Scientific Interest on a previously unspoilt stretch of the Scottish coast.
To which department of the US government should I complain about the antics of Mr Trump?
Malcolm Kerr Via e-mail
See the light
Rather than complain about the inflated bill from their factor for repairing a close light (Evening Times, April 25), would it not have saved time, and money, for Dionne Moran or her man to have simply changed the buld themselves?
As Dionne says: "To change a light bulb takes three minutes."
If people took more responsibility for the their own homes, we could soon put the rip-off factors out of business.
Our close is self-factored and everything runs very smoothly.
Craig Pilley Battlefield
Singer sew good
I LOVED your Memories page picture on Wednesday. I'm still using my mum's old treadle-powered Singer sewing machine, which must be at least 90-years-old.
I learned to sew at school, and at home, and it stood me in good stead. I even made my own wedding dress (the material cost £25).
Even though, much like myself, the Singer is now a bit creaky and cranky, I can still sew a straight seam, make a buttonhole and do minor alterations on it.
Nancy Kerr Knightswood