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A COMPLETE BED

A COMPLETE BED

01111.111,11E0 for 50t All metal Of vrll., fully sprung .11. Bed. Complete with mattress. Head and Legr fold flat. Pacellent for the home and Clubs. Hostels. etc. Can be supplied with set of 3 Biscuit Mattresses for 45:.. Individual prices Red 23/.. Mattress 361., 3 Biscuits 25/
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
THE 8 EST-FED DOGS IN TOWN ye New CHAPPIE Is such concentrated lean meat nourishment that your dog definitely does

THE 8 EST-FED DOGS IN TOWN ye New CHAPPIE Is such concentrated lean meat nourishment that your dog definitely does

not need more than Chapple to table scraps Your dog will like sad thrive as this perfect diet of ordinary table enriched with a little Chappie dog food mixed wet or dry. Now, fee 3 • few peace a day. you can feed your dog nourishing. that will nuke him healthy sod happy. And rem
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
OLD-AGE PENSIONER AT 19!

OLD-AGE PENSIONER AT 19!

19-YEAR OLD London typist, Teresa Muir, is having trouble convincing Whitehall she is just a working girl and not a widowed old age pensioner. According to a letter she has received from the Health Ministry she is 62 and has been receiving her pension for two years. addition the
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
"The Lane" has a grim appearance, but for Mrs Elizabeth Good (left) and Mrs Margaret Black (right), both of whom

"The Lane" has a grim appearance, but for Mrs Elizabeth Good (left) and Mrs Margaret Black (right), both of whom

were born there, it'll always be a place of happy memory.
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
It's Their Last Hogmanay In "The Happy Lands"

It's Their Last Hogmanay In "The Happy Lands"

There's never been in Glasgow a happier or more chummy lot than " the folk who live in the Lane." Only two " lands " now remain in the Lane (officially known as Ardgowan Place, Kingston). These " lands " are Nos. 29 and 35, and they house 45 families. They are all that remain of
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
`CAMP' FAMOUS FOR STRENGTH AND FLAVOUR

`CAMP' FAMOUS FOR STRENGTH AND FLAVOUR

1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dr. Teare to speak for Hume Dr. Robert Donald Teare, the brilliant young pathologist who in recent years has been

Dr. Teare to speak for Hume Dr. Robert Donald Teare, the brilliant young pathologist who in recent years has been

a prosecution witness in several famous murder trials. will give evidence for the defence when Brian Donald Hume. 29, stands his trial at the Old Bailey this month. HUME is charged with the murder of Stanley Setty, 44, the London car dealer whose: dismembered body was *lnd on th
1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
HER MOTHER IS RUINING HER LIFE

HER MOTHER IS RUINING HER LIFE

mother has always been very good to me, but this past year has been terrible because she tries to force me on to every young man we know. She thinks she is doing it for my own goodtrying to marry me off. But every boy I bring home refuses the next invitation and I never see him
1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
MEETINGS

MEETINGS

Wynd. Manar, 33 Smock (Hail.• 5 1, 2. Tote: 4/-; 2/6, 4/9. 4/s. 2'.30 (241 n., 10 . 14n). L. dots! Branch (J. Dowdeswell. 5-2 fl, 1; Russian Hero (L. McMorrow,, 3-1). 2; Troutlet (T. Shone, 25-1), 3. Also ran: 6 Cushnahouna Boy 7 Red Leader, 10 Queen of the Dandies. Okotoks, 100
1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
STARRED HINTS.

STARRED HINTS.

10 HOMES. Arsenal. Blackpool, Bury, POrtsmouth, West Ham, Hibernian, Part ic k, Airdrie, Dunfermline, St. Johnston e. Alternatives: Bristol C., Lincoln. 4 AWAYS.—Derbv, Burnley, Newcastle. Hull. Alternatives: Southampton, Preston. 3 DRAWS.—Brentford. Charlton, Coventry. Alternat
1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England