Archie to the rescue again.
A Plean fire hero proved to be a'Good Samaritan'for a second time , the Observer reported.
We told on a 'looking back'page earlier this year how coalman Mr Archie Millar, 3 Beech Avenue, was in early 1959 making a delivery to a house in Queen Street, Stirling, when he found the property to be on fire.
Brave Archie entered the house and carried to safety an invalid woman who was living there.
A few weeks later, in 1959, Archie and a pal were vising the latter's home and when the pair got inside they found a piece of coal had fallen from the fire and set carpet and chair alight.
The Observer said:"The coalman promptly tackled the outbreak which if it had gone undetected much longer would have had serious consequences."
Archie, 36, was employed by Messrs Andrew Campbell, coal merchants, Stirling.
Fire hero Coalman Archie Millar from Plean