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Nellie M'Kmlny or Smith, 43 Newark Drive, Pollokshields £13,068 Jemima Barbara Hay Stewart, 7 Kirkloe Terrace, Kelvinside 9,834 Thomas Birrell, 221 Maryhill Road 5,618 Testator bequeathed £250 the Scottish National Council the Y.M.C.A. to be Invested by them and the interest use
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
EAST. P. W. U O. F. Falkirk 11 9 1 52 Hearts 11 8 1 39 Dunfermline 11 8 3

EAST. P. W. U O. F. Falkirk 11 9 1 52 Hearts 11 8 1 39 Dunfermline 11 8 3

0 39 Alloa Athletic 11 7 3 1 25 Cowdenneath 11 7 4 0 34 St Johnstone 11 4 2 5 28 Aberdeen 11 5 4 2 37 Hibernian 11 4 3 4 35 Dundee 11 5 4 2 31 St Bernards 11 4 4 3 24 Dundee united .... 10 3 6 2 22 East File 11 3 6 2 King's Park Raith Rovers Stentiousemuir ... 11 3 8 0 20 .. 11
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HAWICK

HAWICK

Moat View, 5-1. Johuty, 6-4 (!&».). Motto, 5-1. Crusadtr, 2-1. Boomp»-a-DaiBy. 3-1. Missie, 4-1. Boro Boy, 2-1. Old Faithful, 6-1. Hand-in- Hand, evens iiav.J. METHIL (Morning). Cherry Blossom. 4-1; non-runner—Park Parade. Tayport, 2-1. Mizzen Mast, evens tiav.). The Mouse, 2-1;
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WISHAW.

WISHAW.

Idaho?, 4-1; non-runner—Old One. gultoy, 4-1. Tyrant. 4-1. Sunahine, 4-1; non-runnera—Gandi, Doth a. Yale, 6-1; non-runner«—Mine, White Flash. Overtime Las*, 7-4; non-runners—Wee Teddy, Binder. Vandyke. Eighty-Four, 4-1. Overail, 8-1. DEFIANT ’KEEPER ALLOA. 2; DUNDEE UNITED, 1.
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
One of us has made a mistake!” Irish Policeman—“ Move along there ! I can’t have you hanging about.” Loafer—“

One of us has made a mistake!” Irish Policeman—“ Move along there ! I can’t have you hanging about.” Loafer—“

I’m not doing any harm.” Irish Policeman Well, if everybody was to stand in the same place, how would the rest get past ?”
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HERt «b « HOLE. ’ » LL BLOUMH6 Cw~ RRBBIt OUI !

HERt «b « HOLE. ’ » LL BLOUMH6 Cw~ RRBBIt OUI !

HERt «b « HOLE. » LL RRBBIt OUI ! '■‘lff'//!///'■ Tv’
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Morning Specia

Morning Specia

31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ALREADY DOOMED

ALREADY DOOMED

If, as is now reported, these German cargo boats and liners have been ordered to make the perilous dash for heme, it can only be because the Nazis are hard put to it to find the foreign currency necessary to maintain them in alien harbours And many of them are doomed to capture
31 December 1939 - The People - London, London, England
 
;re ion & jght<^ gaoS* lervi^ ippinj un fern

;re ion & jght<^ gaoS* lervi^ ippinj un fern

31 December 1939 - The People - London, London, England
 
SMILING BRIDE

SMILING BRIDE

Miss Joan Madden, second daughter of the late Admiral of the Fleet, Sir Charles Madden, at her marriage yesterday to Major H. Vere Nicol at the Chelsea Old Church, ||W|| . v;: . W / . * X \ V V j Page 4 —THE PEOPLE fߣ£ ' rom
31 December 1939 - The People - London, London, England