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The Spending Continues

The Spending Continues

THE spending spree, which started in Christmas rvee}(, continued through Hogmanay rvee}(. People drew £9 million rr\ore from national savings than they invested. In Christmas week the deficit Was £lO million. Yesterday there Were queues at many banks. Last night there were queue
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BRITAIN'S OUTPUT HIGHEST EVER

BRITAIN'S OUTPUT HIGHEST EVER

INDUSTRIAL production in * Britain reached its highest ever in 1949. This was stated yesterday by Sir Stafford Cripps. He was reporting on the progress of the Marshall Plan. Britain's industrial production is to 7 per cent, above the previous year, and about 25 per cent, more th
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
"Golden Boss" Brings Owner Long-Sought Honour

"Golden Boss" Brings Owner Long-Sought Honour

Two thousand three hundred aristocrats the bird world chattered cheekily or hid their colourful heads coyly beneath . r wings at the 37th show of the Scotash National Cage Bird Society at Edinb'j yesterday, the biggest ever held in Scotland. 'V upon row of birds, of every concei
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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
 
MURDER CHARGE REDUCED

MURDER CHARGE REDUCED

The charge of murder against Charles Anthony Carr (27), rubber worker, Loganlea Loan, Edinburgh, has been reduced to assault. Carr was arrested following an incident in Restalrig Road, South Edinburgh, which resulted the death of 20-vearold Norman Roberts Tiffney, of Piershill S
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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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