News Letter: Christmas 1956
BRUSH UP YOUR BANKING
A FEW QUESTIONS ON BILLS, and A FEW GENERAL QUESTIONS.
FIRST PRIZE: 10 years free Tuition in Banking.
BILL OF SALE:
(a) The lad from Cheshire.
A document presented by ones wife for payment towards the end of January.
BILLS IN A SET:
(a) Hes playing tennis.
(b) Hes fallen in the concrete.
BILLS FOR COLLECTION:
(a) Incapable of getting home under his own steam.
(b) His turn to take the plate round.
DISCHARGE OF BILL:
(a) Chap from up North gets the sack.
(b) William releases broad-side.
A Man who:
(a) Was worked overtime during the reign of HENRY VIII
(b) Opens the exits of cinemas at the end of performances or in case of fire.
(a) False teeth which are not straight.
(b) The adventures of a Debutante.
CASE OF NEED:
(a) Because you have to.
(b) 1 doz. Whitbread.
(a) A medicated sweet.
(b) Type of Chaise Longe to suit everyone.
DE BONIS NON:
(a) Nothing for the dog.
(b) Up to no good.
STOPPAGE IN TRANSITU:
(a) Reason for being late.
(b) Sit down Car Strike.