30 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Bereavement -

A Cam­bus­lang teenager drowned in a tragic ac­ci­dent in the Clyde as her fran­tic friends bat­tled in vain to save her.

A Blair­beth fam­ily were in mourn­ing when their 19-year-old son was killed when his mo­tor­bike hit a car.

Van­dals put paid to plans to open a BMX club in the for­mer ten­nis pavil­ion in Over­toun Park.

Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang CND hald their first in­for­mal meet­ing to dis­cuss is­sues such as the Libyan cri­sis and Ch­er­nobyl.

A al­ter­na­tive lo­cal plan pro­duced by pupils at Stonelaw High saw peo­ple ask­ing for a new cinema, a li­brary for Burn­side and a traf­fic-free Main Street.

Green­hill Ten­ants As­so­ci­a­tion took their first steps in the launch of an im­prove­ment cam­paign in Ruther­glen.

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