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TAKES ALL KINDS TO MAKE—A BARMAN!

TAKES ALL KINDS TO MAKE—A BARMAN!

humour of a George Robey, the judgment of a tipster, popularity of a film star, business aouinen of a chain store proprietor, punch of a Joe Louis, capacity of a reservoir, speech of a parliamentarian, and the skin of rhinoceros! These are the qualifications necessary for the id
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Blaze Away!

Blaze Away!

.A S usual, when the staff of the C o m m ercial Bank in Stornoway arrived for work yesterday morning, they lit their fire before opening up for business. But they'd scarcely got ready for customers when the local fire brigade dashed in looking, for a blaze. Passers - by had see
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Just A Little Tinned Salmon!

Just A Little Tinned Salmon!

Just Little Tinned Salmon! TINNED salmon will be back in the shops this week. But there's only enough for one salmon sandwich apiece! The new allocation is:—Grade I. salmon, one 1 lb. tin at 3s 6d to every twelve ration books; Grade 111., one i lb tin at Is to every ten books. Br
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
More and Better Ice-Cream

More and Better Ice-Cream

To meet the ever-rising demand for icecream in Scotland, manufacturers are not only going all out to cope with orders, but are taking every care to ensure the purity of the product. One Glasgow manufacturer is installing machine which completely eliminates any manual touch. It c
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
 
Mud Was The Albion Enemy

Mud Was The Albion Enemy

STIRLING ALBION, 1; ST MIRREN, 3. (Halt-time—l-2.) Scorers: —Stirling Albion—Miller (pen.. 20 rain.); St Mirren—Henderson (8 min.), Neilson (20 min.), Reid (78 min.). IjMFTEEN minutes from time Albion were still in with a chance breaking their run of defeats. They had withstood
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CRIPPLED THISTLE KEPT ON CHASING CHARLIES

CRIPPLED THISTLE KEPT ON CHASING CHARLIES

QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, 3; PARTICK THISTLE, 1. (Half-time—l-0.) Scorers: —Queen of the South —Wootton (7 min.), Johnston (55 min.), James Brown (81 min.) ; Partick Thistle —Howitt (47 min.). " /CHARLIE is my darling " was the theme song in Dumfries last night. Man of the match was i
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
YOUR FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE

YOUR FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE

ENGLISH LEAGUE— Division I. P W L D PtS Liverp'l 25 12 211 35 Man U 25 12 933 Bl'ckp'l 24 11 931 Wolves 25 11 5 931 P'rts'th 25 11 6 830 B'rnley 26 11 7 830 Arsenal 26 11 8 729 Derby C 24 7 529 Sund'd 25 11 8 628 Chelsea 25 9 7 927 Mid'bro 25 10 10 525 W.B.A. 25 910 624 Fulham 2
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
News That Cheered Falkirk

News That Cheered Falkirk

pOUGHEST wind-up to the Old Year came the way of Falkirk. In one hectic week they spent a much-needed £10.006 to buy thret players tor a relegation escape bid. Two were forwards—and, at Kirkcaldy, Falkirk scored four times, a total they've only equalled or passed once this seaso
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland