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Up The Close

Up The Close

gIR JOHN .ANDERSON will make a statement this week about the argument that the safest people in Glasgow during an air raid would be those living in the old strongly-built type of tenement and that the best shelter would be the closes of these tenements. The Lord Privy Seal has a
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
£. d EBATE Hoare Sl Ppy tlT nent to 1 ‘!>e Govern<t?Vf . i' tt «o ’i 'll' '!? ®

£. d EBATE Hoare Sl Ppy tlT nent to 1 ‘!>e Govern<t?Vf . i' tt «o ’i 'll' '!? ®

1118 »? „ y ie House oi 'Su''*- X. “'' J Sir o. Conservative A>li«.>r,' S*"«K>l Hoare, 0- a B, °ppj (J tt ei ? the jl*Uiii„L lers +i ar .^ ene< i. For I the infliction ['«■ the best o. the ri “» kf, nt ' OTECTED 1 in which Sir a attack ,bald th e T re , tar y do lie, olfj ,> to
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
New Colours

New Colours

a new range of colours j . the skin •acks one certain vitamin, s 11 ry up, ceils flatten, under-tissues shrink becomes dry and scaly. But when S Cream containing this ••skin-vitamin” is rn**'j dail y* glands become normal, cells ound out, tissues All out —the skin becomes smooth
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ARTICLES FOR SALE

ARTICLES FOR SALE

GLASGOW’S BIGGEST FURNITURE MARKET TO THE PEOPLE WITH READY CASH. We cmrrj the biggest stock New and Secondhand furniture in Glasgow and we inrite you to pay u* a »i»it and compare our prices with others. Anything that we advertise can actually be seen and purchased at the Adver
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ON NEW CZECH

ON NEW CZECH

London, Tuesday. AFTER their recent rise markets proved distinctly vulnerable to a recurrence of political disturbance in Central Europe. Prices in the gilt-edged section in particular reacted to threats of fresh crises,” but it is notable that they made sharp recovery when the
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BETTING FORECAST

BETTING FORECAST

7 to 4 Goldscleugh. 100 to 30 Hundy Mundy. 5 to Deslvs. 6 1 Middleton Hunt, 8 to 1 King’s Pardon. 10 to 1 Malted Milk. 100 to 8 Dawtnar. 31 K —BURTON WOOD HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of 200 sovs. Two miles. 257‘MADEIRA KNIGHT 8 (Mr Partridge) Dwell 12 6 286 SHREWD GLANCE 6 (Lt-Col Twee
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
JOHN CHURCH

JOHN CHURCH

74 YORK ST., GLASGOW, C. 2 TELEPHONE—CENT. 4071 (10 Lines). TELEGRAMS—" DEPENDABLE," GLASGOW books open
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
\o{ Jj No Move Yet In

\o{ Jj No Move Yet In

{ No Move Yet In Caskie Transfer lyfO further move in the projected L' Caskie transfer from the St. Johnstone headquarters had been reported up to last night. At the close of the Muirton directors’ weekly meeting Manager David Rutherford, giving his side to meet Third Lanark at C
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SENATOR KNEW IT Wa&hington Tuesday. KEY PITTMAN, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the United States Senate, predicted in

SENATOR KNEW IT Wa&hington Tuesday. KEY PITTMAN, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the United States Senate, predicted in

an interview in Washington to-day that Herr Hitler would continue to advance to the east until his ambition is fully satisfied. The dismemberment of Czechoslovakia,” he added, Is no surprise to me. I forecast It three weeks ago.
15 March 1939 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland