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MEAT TO COME OFF THE RAT ON IN GERMANY

MEAT TO COME OFF THE RAT ON IN GERMANY

A WEST GERMAN >od Ministry spokesman said yestesday that de-rationing of meat and bread there may be expected within a few weeks. The East German (Soviet Zone). Government hopes to abolish all rationing except that for meat and fat by next harvest, according to an official state
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Attlee And Churchill On The Election

Attlee And Churchill On The Election

~J"0-MORROW Mr Attlee returns to Downing Street from his holiday at Chequers. He is expected to make an announcement on the election date within the next few weeks. Many M.P.s are convinced Parliament will be dissolved within fortnight of its re-assembly on January Mr Attlee, in
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FOUR FINE CAMP FRACAS

FOUR FINE CAMP FRACAS

Ar result of what was described as a general melee at the camp at Glentarsan Hydro-Electric Scheme, four labourers em ployed there appeared Dunoon Sheriff Court yesterday. Charles Sweeney, William Eccles, and George Dick admitted fighting with each other and creating a breach of
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Wick's Miss 1950 will be 18-year-old clerkess MARGARET ALLAN, 32 West Banks Avenue, and it wasn't last night she took

Wick's Miss 1950 will be 18-year-old clerkess MARGARET ALLAN, 32 West Banks Avenue, and it wasn't last night she took

up her new role. For the 14th successive year Wick will celebrating the Old New Year in traditional style on January 11.
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Left Without A Chair To Sit On

Left Without A Chair To Sit On

MAY I appeal to the thieves who, on the night before Christmas Eve, stole close on £2OO from my home? This money was got from the sale of every stick of furniture I possessed. It was to have paid the passage to New Zealand for my wife, self, and two of a family. I am just an ord
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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FAR BETTER THAN ANY TONIC

FAR BETTER THAN ANY TONIC

BY THE DOC. WHAT'S the secret of a hopeful outlook This is the time of year to try to find it. "It depends on the state of the mind," you may say. " What's that got to do with a doctor?" A lot more than you think. There are many physical causes of a hopeful frame of mind. The fi
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
EVERY CHANCE WAS GRABBED

EVERY CHANCE WAS GRABBED

COWDENBEATH, 5; 3T JOHNSTONE, 1. (Half-time—2-0.) Scorers: —Cowden. —Gilfillan (38 49 min.), M'Gurn (42 min.). Dempsey (68, 83 min.); Saints—Cameron (0.g., 59 min.). WHAT a start Saints made! For the first minutes they hit Cowden with everything they had. the opening 15 minutes
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Wullie's wish to you this week —Lang may your lum reek. THE SUNDAY POST Eta: 2&E r\ I K« ;

Wullie's wish to you this week —Lang may your lum reek. THE SUNDAY POST Eta: 2&E r\ I K« ;

ft. \ The days of 1949 Are counted now Auld Lang Syn< But Wullie's sad to see them go. You wonder why? Just see below. JIMGSI IT'S NO' LANG SINCE 1949 WIS THE NEW VEAR~ AM' NOW IT'S THE AULD YEAR GOIN' < y -tOOT _ n, ft is IT MAK'S FEEL , A KINO O' SAD, LIKE IT'LL OOKI BE o'cloc
January 1, 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AMERICAN EEMENT!

AMERICAN EEMENT!

Nittiess of American women. who can buy the soap they want. prefer a wapiess washes powder for their weekly wash! They've proved just how good the best soa p- less powders are for whiles and coloureds, Wiltolitos and silks. In fact. over one-quarter of the clothes-washing produc
January 1, 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
A NEW YEAR PROBLEM

A NEW YEAR PROBLEM

WLupino Lane revive the glories of the Gaiety Theatre when. early in the New Year. he hopes to reopen a famous playhouse closed down by the London County Council before the war to make room for a circular roundabout in the Strand? That project. because of postwar problems. has b
January 1, 1950 - The People - London, London, England