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POST. DECEMBER 31. 1939 THE BUNDA hQ Sunday Post

POST. DECEMBER 31. 1939 THE BUNDA hQ Sunday Post

POST. DECEMBER 31. 1939 THE BUNDA Sunday Post NO. 1792. [ S A < SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1939. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED IN GLASGOW EVERY SUNDAY MORNING RADIO—PACE 4 PRICE TWOPENCE.
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BERLIN

BERLIN

The Pope and Signor Mussolini have, it is stated, made it almost painfully clear to Hitler that they are as one in their opposition to the Soviet. Paris messages emphasise that M. Daladier’s speech to the French Senate last night is in line with the ideas put forward in the rece
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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WE CURE THESE AILMENTS

WE CURE THESE AILMENTS

Good Hop* Health Salt prevent* and relieve* cold*, catarrh, ulcer*, icptic *orei, cut* and bniUe*, »tiH joint*, rheumatism, pout, lumbago, neuritis, arthritis, synovitis, sciatica, flatulence, obesity, depression, lack energy, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder and intestinal troub
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NAMES OF NAVYMEN KILLED IN TORPEDO ATTACK

NAMES OF NAVYMEN KILLED IN TORPEDO ATTACK

NAMES OF NAVYMEN KILLED TORPEDO ATTACK Four men are now officially reported missing and believed dead the result of the attack by a U-boat on a battleship of the Queen Elizabeth class. Another was seriously injured. The names issued by the Admiralty are:— Missing, presumed dead —
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Curly From Cathcart

Curly From Cathcart

French inhabitants, to mark the fact that they were the first British on the scene, have presented them with the flag of the local ex-servicemen, the tri colour with the badge of the war veterans. This flag will be sent to the headquarters of the unit in Scotland.
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BLACK-OUT

BLACK-OUT

Aberdeen—4.4 p.m. to 8.18 a.m. Dumfries—4.24 p.m. to 8.9 a.m. I nverness—4. p.m. to 8.26 a.m. Edinburgh-4.17 p.m. to 8.14 a.m. Dundee—4.l6 p.m. to 8.14 a.m. Glasgow—4.22 p.m. to 8.18 a.m. Moon (Last qr. Jan. 2) —Rises 11.7 p.m., sets 10.63 a.m.
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WARSHIP SINKS

WARSHIP SINKS

up the good old customs of Hogmanay. •' m ' ?p®" *•' • This picture was received from France yesterday. These Scots soldiers are enjoying themselves all right with paper hats and a banjo they got at Christmas. To-night they will probably be among th<) “first-footers.” Even In th
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland