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Welcome to News 1975.

What was in the Newspapers and periodicals in 1975.

Adverts for Pubs, Disco's, Restaurants and places of Entertainment...

ABC1 cinema on Sauchiehall Street opens new bar. 1975.

What "Ales" us when it comes to beer.

Bill Kelly new president of the Scottish Wine & Spirit Merchants' Benevolent Institution 1975.

Braemar Bar, London Road, three accused under terror prevention act.

Cloisters Bar, Friarshall Hotel, Paisley Road West.

Dog gets drunk in Quo Vadis, Paisley Road West.

Falkirk's oldest pub the Wheat Sheaf?

Rutherglen's Newest Night Spot, The Farmhouse. 1975.

The Fourways, 552 Gallowgate.

Golden Garter Room, Hill's Hotel, Drumchapel.

The Iron Horse, West Nile Street raise £1000 for charity.

The Jilt Inn, 33 Nelson Street.

Jousting Lounge, the Ivanhoe, Hotel, Buchanan Street.

Kates Place, 2 Howard Street.

Kelvin Dock gets flooded in 1975.

Maestro's Grand Opening, 5 Scott Street.

The Pickwick, Shawlands Shopping Centre.

Possil Bar, Possilpark.

Rock Tavern, Possilpark.

Sou Wester, Bridge Street.

Tennent Caledonian Breweries host at a tasting and buffet 1975.

Top of the Town, Townmill Road, Dennistoun.

Tribute at Dance to Jack Gow.

William Teacher & Sons move to new premises in London.

Whitehall, West Regent Street.

Whisky Profits to Mature...

Profit of up to £1.6m for the current year could be made by Invergordon Distillers, compared with last year's £1.4m. That is the view of Edinburgh stockbrokers Bell Lawrie MacGregor in a circular on the company.

Bell base their optimism on the argument that the company have now passed the point during which they had to use expensive bought-in whisky for their export sales.

The brokers also expect interest charges to be held. And, with a reduction in last year's capital expenditure programme, gearing is likely to be lower at the end of the year. The cover is good, so there should be little program in boosting the dividend to the maximum permissible amount to give 11.9 per cent to shareholders.


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