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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
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
His Son Wiil Be A Stranger

His Son Wiil Be A Stranger

I AM a married man with a son aged two and a half. I am stationed at Hong Kong, with the gloomy prospect of two and half years away from family. I am a regular and can expect to be posted to any part of the world. But the married quarters here are pitifully inadequate to accommo
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
And Now—Bargains In Household Goods

And Now—Bargains In Household Goods

And Now —Bargains In Household Goods THERE will be bargains in kitchenware and hardware at this month's sales. It may be the last time these articles will be offered at ■uch prices, for the cost of aluminium and metal goods will rise later in the year. There won't be many sales o
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The Clan With The Football Label

The Clan With The Football Label

• ANY clan willing to challenge the Johnstones? It took Tommy Johnston* —recruited from Peebles Rowers—just three garner to make himself Kilmarnock s top scorer. So he would automatically go in as leader of a Scottish League representative team entirely composed of that name, wi
January 1, 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
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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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
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Second-Half Fade-Out

Second-Half Fade-Out

ANGUS SELECT 2, PERTHSHIRE SELECT 1. All the scoring—and all the football —in this game Strathmore Park, Forlar, was the hall. Powerful raids both aides were the feature the early play. But the Angus team always looked more dangerous. They had their reward when centre-forward Me
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
wish you a HAPpy new and THE FINEST OF HOLIDAYS;* /95& '/ Now's the time to plan your summer holiday,

wish you a HAPpy new and THE FINEST OF HOLIDAYS;* /95& '/ Now's the time to plan your summer holiday,

when family and friends are gathered together around the fegtive board. Where to go?—Butlin's of course, where everybody can be sure of a real good time, A word to the lonely—after Hogmanay there's no worse time to be alone than on \VA holiday. Come to Butiin's this summer and s
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Why does a baby need these vitamin extras ?

Why does a baby need these vitamin extras ?

COO LIVER OIL is necessary because ORANGE JUICE supplies the Vitamin it helps to make bones grow straight and C which is so important for healthy gums wrong. encourages sound teeth, strengther s and good completion. A proportion of this resistance to illness and guards against e
January 1, 1950 - The People - London, London, England