No Wains World



The work includes a strong element of ‘woman and child’ social welfare as well as dealing with law-breakers, controlling traffic, driving police cars and assisting people with life’s problems.

Good prospects of promotion exist for the ambitious girl prepared to study, and if you marry you may remain in the service.

Driving police cars?

We’re all for equality…but whoa there horsey!

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12 thoughts on “No Wains World

    1. delacaravanio

      I’m disgusted that the standards of today didn’t apply 45 years ago. I’ll be writing to the RUC to register my disgust just as soon as I find an email address for them.

  1. Chris

    What are we saying here? “Look at the sexist nordies”?
    The RUC seems to have been somewhat forward thinking; not long ago in this country female teachers were obliged to retire when they married.
    This post is pointless

    1. Formerly known as

      Oh yeah, the RUC were forward thinking. They loved showing the Taigs who was in charge. I presume they needed female officers, so that they could have more male officers out to put the underclass back in their place, plastic bullets, etc.

      1. Clampers Outside!

        Fupp it…

        Paisley will be remembered for the last couple of years of his life and the great work he did for the peace process.

        Hitler built good roads.

        Judas said he was sorry, apparently.

  2. ivan

    Aye, my Mam worked for the bank. Got married in 1971, and I’ve seen the letter congratulating her on her marriage and at the same time, thanking her for her service.

    Of course, it was Ulster Bank, so that’s me rightly confused now…

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