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Police car took canvas bag

Police car took canvas bag

I I ALFWAT through the - 1 -A- scientific search of the house at 36 Torbane Drive. East Whitburn, yesterday. a police officer emerged carrying a small but weighty canvas bag which was placed in a police car and driven off. Lothians Police have refused to divulge the contents. _
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
new operation

new operation

taken ill on October 11 while complication. Lord Woolton at Scarborough for the Con- was later examined by Lord servative Party Conference as Horder. chairman of the Party organi- Black's medical elictionary sation. He was taken to a defines a sub-phrenic abscess nursing home th
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE BANK Surd :Id. on the rates

THE BANK Surd :Id. on the rates

THE BANK Surd on the rates WE procvecied to apply out new technique of the non-statutory committee in municipal enterprise to Banking. Had we sought to go through the hoops that Lord Mayor Chamberlain and his Birmingham City Council had to jump ere they got their parliamentary po
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
'OVERTOOK ON BEND'—witness

'OVERTOOK ON BEND'—witness

Injured woman is wheeled into court A MOTOR run front Rankin to Ayr which ended with two girls, 26-year-old Sheila McCluskit, a former Girvan beauty and her 16-year-old sister Claire, losing their lives, was described in a trial at Ayr yesterday. In the dock before Sheriff W. Cl
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
" VERY LOOSELY "

" VERY LOOSELY "

Since February. 1941. these concerns have been organised Irom a formal point of view " very loosely,' as the British Insulin Manufacturers It N estimated that there may be 209.900 diabetic patients in the U.K. of whom probably 69 to 79 per cent. are receiving Insulin, moat of th
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Yucytus a star Lion

Yucytus a star Lion

LIONS FALKIRK LIONS. playing ' the much more studied hockey, gained a deserved 34 victory at Falkirk last night over Murrayfield Royals side which • showed unsteadiness in defence during the first two periods. In contrast, the home rearlines were in form, and their • smart play
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
U.S. ELECTION LAST LAP IN THE SNOW From FRANK OLIVER New York, Wednesday. DEMOCRAT candidate Adlai Stevenson is to-day battling

U.S. ELECTION LAST LAP IN THE SNOW From FRANK OLIVER New York, Wednesday. DEMOCRAT candidate Adlai Stevenson is to-day battling

with flurries of snow and icy winds as he tours hundreds of miles of Pennsylvania where 32 vital votes are at stake, after having done what he could yesterday to secure the 45 electoral votes of New York State. Republican Eisenhower is hammering away at the New York State rural
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
„ GO BACK, ASK moRE, ,, 38 UNIONS ARE . TOLD London Industrial Correspondent DECLARING that the engineering and shipbuilding

„ GO BACK, ASK moRE, ,, 38 UNIONS ARE . TOLD London Industrial Correspondent DECLARING that the engineering and shipbuilding

employers' wage offers were ” inadequate," executives of 38 unions instructed their negotiators yesterday to go back and ask for more. Two-hour discussion in London resulted In rejection of - moderate' proposals either to accept or ballot on the employers offer of twopence an ho
October 30, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NE GOVT. HELP FOR VIORST-HIT COTTON AND FISHING AREAS

NE GOVT. HELP FOR VIORST-HIT COTTON AND FISHING AREAS

THE Government has decided to give special aid to the hard-hit cotton towns of North- East Lancashire and the fishing towns of the Scottish North- East coast, where there is a "hard core" of unemployment. In other districts where the outlook for employment is such that the attra
October 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England