30 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane -

An 11-year-old Cam­bus­lang girl was awarded the Save the Chil­dren Fund’s high­est hon­our, the Princess Anne Award, recog­nis­ing her ef­forts in rais­ing nearly £300 for the char­ity through var­i­ous events and ideas - in­clud­ing a celebrity recipe book.

The man who had raped a Castlemilk woman in broad day­light was still at large, lead­ing cops to sus­pect that he was be­ing shielded by some­one.

Ruther­glen hol­i­day­mak­ers fell foul of a light­ning bus strike, caus­ing chaos dur­ing the Glas­gow Fair.

A mur­der trial over the death of a Cam­bus­lang men saw a group of men guilty of as­sault but not homi­cide.

A Ruther­glen butcher won a prize for hav­ing the best kept shop in Glas­gow.

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