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THE MAN IN THE BOX.

THE MAN IN THE BOX.

went past them through the door and down the corridor. Dallas and Philip were alone. In the pause he came up to her and put his arms about her. " Dallas." He said her name and kissed her lips. I love you." He said it gravely, as a new discovery, almost as though those words had
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TRAIN SMASH PLUNGES SCOTS TOWN INTO DARKNESS

TRAIN SMASH PLUNGES SCOTS TOWN INTO DARKNESS

Bridge of Allan was without electric light last night in consequence of a railway accident to goods train. It appears a coupling between the engine and the remainder of the train slipped. The waggons ran backwards and toppled over an embankment. They collided with a feeder cable
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Sirens Will Recall Them

Sirens Will Recall Them

When the public works in Dumbarton resume on Wednesday employees will once again be summoned by hooters and sirens, prohibited since the start of the war under the Defence Regulations.
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
What Readers Want Most In 1945

What Readers Want Most In 1945

AFTER THE WAR'S WON Mrs E. M'Aleer, 4b Stewart Street, Cowcaddens, Glasgow, who keeps a fruit and confectioner's shop—l hope I'll be able to say " Yea" to customers instead of " No." I want to sell the weans ha'penny pokes o' sweeties any time they ask for them, and let them cho
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THOUSANDS OF UNCLAIMED BALANCES AT THE BANK

THOUSANDS OF UNCLAIMED BALANCES AT THE BANK

TN Glasgow Savings Bank is £89,000 nobody wants! Some of it has been lying unclaimed for ten, fifty, even a hundred years. There are 65,000 unclaimed accounts for sums over £1. One account stood at £55 12s when the last transaction was made in 1867. Today it is worth £401 12s 4d
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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ACKS WITH IDEAS

ACKS WITH IDEAS

SCOTTISH SERVICES XV., 14 pts.; R.A.F. 26 pts. started off with decided advantage at irraytield in that they had been playing reguly together, whereas the Scottish side, while luding number of stars, were meeting for the a time. he Airmen soon demonstrated team superiority, t wh
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
JON, YOU SURPRISE ME!

JON, YOU SURPRISE ME!

•«» Di e g 0 Love You" HERE'S all you can ask for in holiday entertainment. It's bright, amusing, and quite different. It's well-acted and -well-directed. It'll be lapped up by any audience wanting to forget Hollywood's horrors of noisy war and even noisier cabaret shows. Story
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TOUGH ON THIRD

TOUGH ON THIRD

THIRD LANARK, 1; HEARTS, 2. (Half-time—l-0.) Scorers: Third Lanark —Morrison (25 min.); Hearts—M'Crae (59 min.), Walker (74 min.). Third should have had the points secure in the first half. Hearts' wing-halves were outwitted and outrun. Morrison's goal mid-way through the openin
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
STOP PRESS

STOP PRESS

REUTER'S correspondent at S.H.Q. REPORTS GERMANS IN SALIENT HAVE BEEN PUSHED BACK—EXCEPT ON FIVE MILES STRETCH BETWEEN MARCHE AND HOTTON AND A T» MILE STRETCH BETWEEN MALMEDY AND MONCHAU WHERETHEY ARE FIRMLY HELD. THEIR RECOIL IN THE NORTH MIDDLE SECTOR RANGES UP TO THREE AND FO
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN GREYHOUNDS-First r « Raphcahill Flier. 4-6 (fav.). Second rare Larry 111., 5-4 (lav.). Third race-Far 7-1. Fourth race—Oliffe Ted,

ABERDEEN GREYHOUNDS-First r « Raphcahill Flier. 4-6 (fav.). Second rare Larry 111., 5-4 (lav.). Third race-Far 7-1. Fourth race—Oliffe Ted,

6-1. Fifth race Dark Rapture. 41. Sixth race—Sandhi Cause, 4-5 (fav.). Seventh race —Victory 6-4 (jt. fav.). Eighth race —Seal M Duff, g far.).
31 December 1944 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland