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BANNED TO-DAY

BANNED TO-DAY

Food Parcels From Eire As from to-day the Ministry of Food's ban on food parcels from Eire comes into effect. But bona fide gift parcels are in order if they do not contain dried fruits, table jellies, sugar and chocolate confections, and similar goods. One curious discovery in
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
WHITE HOPES OF RADIO IN 1950

WHITE HOPES OF RADIO IN 1950

WHO are the White Hopes of Radio for 1950? The 8.8.C.'s go-on-for-ever series keep the same artists on the air at all peak hours. That makes it difficult for radio to throw up new stars. But even the 8.8. C. can't atop some stars from rising in the sky 01 listener opinion— and o
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
BIRTHDAYS

BIRTHDAYS

TODAY.—A eteeeet/sa pear (these. at rat* /rem pent Or rim el te 1. Yea stake rapt! strides at stork. end. la *Aare mold 'MKS Iron toorati, A cliam - ci. too. to cultivate now MendbAtios. You wflt. In not. wog* harder an! Woo herder ikon for goose time goat. TOMORROW.—A pal/ fist
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
THIS YEAR WILL SETTLE IT

THIS YEAR WILL SETTLE IT

HEBE we are at " The Turn of the Twentieth Century." Destiny despises dates. and the birthdays of ageless Father Time are usually nothing but markers in the history books. But in this instance no master dramatist could have timed the climax to a problem-play more effectively tha
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
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mar School that he would do it. And Brian Close, another Yorkshire boy who became the youngest cricketer ever to play for England in a match. These were feats everyone heard about. There were others that only those of us who are privilm.d to be on terms of friendship with boys c
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
LEAGUE SCORERS SPURS WERE NOT FEELING SO HOMELY

LEAGUE SCORERS SPURS WERE NOT FEELING SO HOMELY

TOTTENHAM 2, CARDIFF • ARE the bpurs getting stale? Not on their travels, perhaps. where the report, steak of them as the hest side in the land. But at White Hart Lane they are certainty not the slick. streamlined side they have shown• themselves to he. Cardiff missed a chance a
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
A NIGHT THEY'LL A' REMEMBER

A NIGHT THEY'LL A' REMEMBER

An Aberdeenshire couple, Mr and Mrs William Ross, 7 Kemney Road, Port Elphinstone, Inverurie, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and Hogmanay last night with a family gathering at their home. They were married at East Leylodge. Kintore, on December 30, 1899, but delayed t
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
£10 To £30 A Week For Part-Time "Plums"

£10 To £30 A Week For Part-Time "Plums"

BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT m ore and more part-time jobs have been created in nationalised industries. Salaries range from £5OO to £l5OO a year. Examples are: One part-time member of 8.0.A.C., " engaged on special duties," gets £l5OO. Three part-time members of 8.0.A.C. each get
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Mrs M'Lennan Plunges In Every Morning

Mrs M'Lennan Plunges In Every Morning

EVERY morning at daybreak 48- year-old Mrs Mary Frances M'Lennan gets up from her warm bed, slips on a swim suit, dressing gown, and sandshoes and walks briskly down to the beach 50 yards from her house. There she plunges into the cold waters of Loch Eil. She swims about for fiv
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland