30 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane -

Spend­ing cuts crip­pled a Ruther­glen pen­sioner , after the 63-year-old slipped and fell on a cracked pave­ment that the coun­cil hadn’t fixed.

An ap­pli­ca­tion for a cafe and amuse­ment ar­cade for Mill Street was turned down un­der the belief it would be“detri­men­tal”to the area.

A lo­cal church group, the Men’s Friendly of St An­drew’s Church, in Cam­bus­lang was in dan­ger of clos­ing due to a lack of num­bers.

Castlemilk ten­ants were set to en­joy a warmer New Year after a new non-profit company of­fered peo­ple the chance to have their homes in­su­lated and draught­proofed for free.

Glen­cairn grabbed two vi­tal away points with a 3-1 win over Mary­hill, scor­ing all their goals inside the first half hour.

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