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IN GLASGOW LAST NIGHT Looking for trouble . . .

IN GLASGOW LAST NIGHT Looking for trouble . . .

By PAT ROLLER panic at 64 Oorbais A Street last night when a man knocked on the door of 47-yearold Mrs. Kathleen Docherty's tenement house and shouted. "You'd better get out: the building's on tire." Mrs. Dodo/ries husband. and her brother. Andrew McGee. dashed upstairs to the t
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
...but does turkey liki Dad? The turkey hasn't got a leg to stand on now but he's a bird with

...but does turkey liki Dad? The turkey hasn't got a leg to stand on now but he's a bird with

powerful allies. Christmas pudding and mince plea, for instance. Will he turn table on the family ? Not* chance. There's a a Andrews in the house. So hick in. everybody a glass of sparkling. pleasant-lasting Artdrews win sake of a merry Christmas the day after! There isn't anoth
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Service widows'

Service widows'

pensions go up lIENSION rates for widows and children of officers and senior other ranks in the three Services basically unchanged for 100 vears—have been raised. The means test goes and many iestrictions are swept away. An army captain's widow, and the equivalent ranks in the o
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Steel men "lack ambition" By DAVID WATT

Steel men "lack ambition" By DAVID WATT

IV EN more incentive. ‘ ll r British steel foundry workers—as well as others in engineering —could speed up production to something like American standards. Such is the view of the Productivity Council of the British steel founding industry which Deld a Press conference yesterda
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WRITE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT

WRITE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT

FOOTBALL CONTEST—No. 2 Signature. Address (TN CAPITAL LETTERS) bil STAMP, SY CORNER ONLY, FOR EACN ATTEMPT DITH s'. ENTRY No. 3 No. 4 MIT' IN. S 2 ENTRY No. _ 1 a lid 3rd 4th i Si l t* N . . 3 , srff.6 . -- • JIMMY McGOW AN ( Partick T.) GEORGE YOUNG I Rangers) BOBBY PARKER Hear
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Doubtful

Doubtful

concrete offer'' In Blackpool's view is either a playerexchange deal or a straight cash settlement of about £20.000. the chances of Stoke securing the winger's signature do not look very bright. - - It is doubtful whether Stoke could afford either, for in the last twelve months
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Mr. Eden explains oil talks Continued teem rage One

Mr. Eden explains oil talks Continued teem rage One

Mr. Eden explains oil talks Continued rage One States Department of Justice. which has already accused the large American oil companies of violating anti-trust monopoly laws.
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LEWIS'S flashlight Photographic Competition 110 ILWIWASICII IN PRIZES fleetkis I. Flashlight pbotogr•phs depicting the cif Christmas Or any tiles In

LEWIS'S flashlight Photographic Competition 110 ILWIWASICII IN PRIZES fleetkis I. Flashlight pbotogr•phs depicting the cif Christmas Or any tiles In

the home. 2. Flashlight photographs of Men. Women, Children or domestic pets. ANY NUMB= and any size Photographlc print taken by amateur with a Flashlight, RESULTS will be published in local newspapers during the last In January Ask at LEWIS% PROTOGRAPHIC FOR FULL DETAILS Pwlyte
December 17, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IN a statement tic,/ will • n P sent to Mr. ever Abe Greene, of the National . 1 f Boxing Associa- fight again t ion, Robinson said last night he was stepping down "because I don't feel I could give my followers the best I have I don't want to let them down."

IN a statement tic,/ will • n P sent to Mr. ever Abe Greene, of the National . 1 f Boxing Associa- fight again t ion, Robinson said last night he was stepping down "because I don't feel I could give my followers the best I have I don't want to let them down."

IN a statement tic,/ • n P sent to Mr. ever Abe Greene, of the National . 1 f Boxing Associa- fight again t ion, Robinson said last night he was stepping down "because I don't feel I could give my followers the best I have I don't want to let them down." Sugar Ray said he would b
December 19, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
USUAL PRIVILEGE

USUAL PRIVILEGE

An 711. P. is to ask in Parliament o hat progress Britain is snaking in the development of Interp'attetary travel. There will also be a supplementary question no doubt. about free first lass outliers.
December 19, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland