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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (April 3, 1999)

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3755 DAYS; over today SECURITY OPERATION BEGINS. Laing, Peter 698
A CRUEL WAITING GAME; Captured soldiers left to sweat as Milosevic fails to bring them to court. Smith, Steve 1069
American Football: FIVE PAIRS OF SEASON TICKETS TO SEE THE SCOTTISH CLAYMORES. 223
American Football: TERMINATOR; Flops are left all cut up as Mike wields axe. Ando, DAVID McCARTHY 585
ANGUISH OF HERO IN CANAL RESCUE Free beers bid to land the Stones; Boy saved but brother drowned. Roberts, Brian 531
AVIEMORE IS HOTTEST TOWN IN BRITAIN. 315
Baby Katie gets world's smallest pacemaker. 197
Ban is lifted on video nasty. 155
Bargain breaks; Some of the best holiday deals around this week. 136
Battered GIs on breakfast TV wake up America to harsh reality of being at war. Houston, Fiona 382
BATTLE FOR HOLYROOD STARTS FOR REAL ON TUESDAY Smile on the face of a man in deep trouble. Brown, Tom 382
Belgrade centre is bombed. 267
Blair's taxing timetable of non-stop talks. Hardy, James 429
Bob can slay the Giant in National. Stormin&apos 665
Britain's last war criminal He was very secretive ... he would never speak of the war; He may have changed his name, but Anton Gecas cannot forget his past. 2194
Cath's a bit gown and out. 154
Crimson crown for the Queen. 208
Crowds out in force for Middleham's gala event. 183
Dad dies on rowing machine. Lironi, Brian 183
DAY CHERNOBYL VIRUS IS SET TO CRASH HOME PCs; KO COMPUTER: COUNTDOWN TO WRECKING SPREE. Alba, Carlos 472
Derry, Donegal for pounds 26 return. 530
Designed to chip away. 201
Dewar bids to rescue crisis mine. 180
DIABETES MAY REACH EPIDEMIC LEVELS. Hardaker, Paul 352
Does size really matter?; Seven out of 10 women wear the wrong size bra. KELLY COOPER BARR investigates. Barr, Kelly Cooper 1214
Don't shell out on Easter eggs until you've seen our cracking guide. Wilson, Pam 497
DOWN TO EARTH: A gardener's notebook. Wheatcroft, Janet; Chudziak, Bill 285
Eh-Oh..Bad Po; Is this a foul-mouthed Tubby or is it singing the Bob-a-dob song? McGURRAN, AIDAN 273
EL DRACULA HELD OVER 190 MURDERS; Bus driver preyed on girls. Poor 346
EVENTS. 333
EVENTS; Fun days out for all the family. 325
Farewell to Patsy; Joanna Lumley is finally shaking off her Ab Fab image. About time, says JIM TAYLOR. Taylor, Jim (American writer) 1497
FOOTBALL: Brown man speak with forked tongue; WHY CRAIG NEEDS A CALL FROM THE TRUTH FAIRY. Cowan, Tam 1492
Football: Brown must move now to stop the rot; SCOTS NEED CLEAROUT. Cameron, Alex 1003
Football: BUTLER BANKS ON LUCKY T-SHIRT AS PARS GIVE IT THEIR VEST SHOT. Orr, Ian 347
Football: Dr Jo's Got The Dough; Venglos told to make his plans for next season. 318
Football: Ger not alone, Colin. Orr, Ian 234
Football: GETS BOARD BACKING...AND HE WANTS DONS TO DO THE SAME FOR PAUL D Put Heggy out his misery and give him the job now; ABERDEEN v DUNFERMLINE. McGREGOR, DEREK 1007
Football: HIGHLAND+MINORS+HIGHLAND+MINORS+HIGHLAND+. 552
Football: Joe banks on pals; ST MIRREN v CLYDEBANK. McGREGOR, DEREK 154
Football: Mac's handed door Kay; AIRDRIE v AYR. 141
Football: Macca will prove doubters wrong. Duncan, Colin 191
Football: Mio braves bombed city. Marshall, Alan 146
Football: My life went to pot; RAITH v STRANRAER. Duncan, Colin 159
Football: My Luk's in again. Marshall, Alan 131
Football: New KO blow for unlucky hitman. Gardner, John 171
Football: One slip and the league's ours, Celts. Jackson, Keith 539
Football: OPEN THE BISCUIT TIN; CELTIC v DUNDEE. Duncan, Colin 951
Football: PLAY YOUR WAY BACK INTO SQUAD; RUUD LAYS DOWN LAW. Marshall, Alan 623
Football: Rab's playing for honour. McGREGOR, DEREK 332
Football: RANGERS ARE pounds 12m IN THE RED AND WORTH LESS THAN RIVALS CELTIC. 341
Football: Scott ready for knees up; DIVISION 2. Haggerty, Anthony 598
Football: SOMEFINN SPECIAL; Accies just as exciting as Germans says Mixu HAMILTON v HIBERNIAN. Docherty, John 872
Football: They say you should never go back..but they're wrong; MOORE IS SO HAPPY TO RETURN. Jackson, Keith 1055
Football: United rescue Brian from his Parkhead exile. Grahame, Ewing 637
Football: Villa's a luxury till we win promotion; DIVISION 3. Haggerty, Anthony 544
Football: We are Bairn winners; MORTON v FALKIRK. Grahame, Ewing 177
Football: We've got the edge; Hearts v Kilmarnock. Docherty, John 497
Football: WIN; Tickets to see Leeds take on Liverpool. 269
Four nights in Ireland from pounds 69; OFFER. 700
Friday TV; CRITIC'S CHOICE. 846
Garden centres know how to rake in a fortune; It's time for the annual pilgrimage. Shields, Bob 1098
Gardeners' Q&A. 301
GIANT STEP FOR LENNY. 351
Golf: FALDO'S BACK IN THE PICTURE. Rankin, Dale 367
Golf: MONTY BACK ON THE BELL. Rankin, Dale 409
Harriers get new weapons. 295
HATTERSLEY SNUBS TRIBUTE TO JOHN SMITH; Storm over TV show. Martin, Stephen 292
Heading for a big Falco ...; Aberdeen's Amadeus club has all the soul of an aircraft hangar ... and the music's not too hot either. Black, Tony 1199
Here's how we're making a new garden grow. Wheatcroft, Janet; Chudziak, Bill 475
How Woody got all narky with Parky. Findlay, Duncan 433
How Woody got all narky with Parky; MOODY ALLEN: STAR TRIED TO CENSOR CHAT ABOUT HIS STEPDAUGHTER/WIFE. Findlay, Duncan 413
I only wallaby with you. 106
I'VE NO DESIGNS ON SUE; Former Beatle slams 'scurrilous' claims that he's found love. Brown, Annie 641
In the soup; FoodLife. Boyd, Angus 664
INNS & OUTS; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 248
JUDGE GOES IN TO BAT FOR HIS BOWLER; It saved me from injury says sheriff. Hardaker, Paul 458
Keep it all on the level. McIntyre, Gary 352
Knocking spots off opposition; As the high priestess of loud colours, Anna Ryder Richardson, won't let anyone change HER rooms. Spavin, Vicky 1316
Labourer scoops lotto, then the pools. 245
Legends at large; Snapshots. 333
LESSONS IN FOOD HYGIENE AT FIVE. Dow, Ian 358
Low-level raids set to start. 295
Mafia boss begs for jail. 158
Me and my car - Pat Nevin. Nevin, Pat 308
Melissa suspect arrested after FBI swoop. 219
MENINGITIS KILLS BOY, 2; Tragedy is third death in the area. McCOLM, EUAN 257
Millenium Life. Collier, Andrew 125
Milosevic in plot to oust neighbour; THE MISERY OF KOSOVO: NIGHTMARE OF 50,000 REFUGEES BECOMES APPARENT. Frew, Callum 291
Mio stays in Belgrade. 91
MO LEADS ON ROAD TO PEACE. Oliver, Ted 398
Monday TV; CRITIC'S CHOICE. 831
Money; Working on last PEP talk. Caven, Bill 216
Mother-to-be Carol will host five TV shows; BUSY TIMES: THIRD BABY ON WAY AS THE PLUM JOBS POUR IN. Morgan, Kathleen 525
MOTORING; Mild Rover. King, Conrad 869
Music is the dude we love. 1840
MUST HAVE .. Diamamnte choker. Barr, Kelly Cooper 196
MY PERFECT WEEKEND; Chick doesn't miss a trick at the weekend. Jonson, Jack 863
Now Oprah's worth pounds 600million. 148
NOW THE GLOVES ARE OFF; Belgrade in flames as Serbs play cat and mouse with 3 Allied soldiers. Smith, Steve 1084
ON THE BREW. 315
OPERATION SANCTUARY. McCOLM, EUAN 727
Orangeman aims to scrap RC schools. 189
Picking the big race winner is so easy. Martin, Allister 666
PLANT OF THE WEEK: HOUSELEEK; Humble - but oh so delightful. Wheatcroft, Janet; Chudziak, Bill 396
Police raid on granny bingo club. 183
Police shut old folks' bingo club. 94
Pool of the cool; John Macinnes and Brenda Clark get all steamed up about the delights of a trip to Iceland. 1190
Problem Page: Should I tell him about my past?; Scotland's best-loved agony aunt offers one reader advice and gives you the chance to share your own experience. Burnie, Joan 2058
Pub music. 342
Rattle those pots and pans; White cupboards and grey floors were too bleak to face at breakfast. So we had to change everything but the kitchen sink to create a tasteful room. 1185
RECORD VIEW; Prejudice is not welcome. 441
RIGGS TO SCORE FOR REDS BOSS. Owen, Garry 341
Rock and a hard place; Our wet climate doesn't always suit them, but in the right conditions, alpine plants are simply perfect. Wheatcroft, Janet; Chudziak, Bill 745
Rugby: It's going to be a Mel of a Gala day; RIVAL WINGERS HAMMER HOME CUP WARNINGS. Duncan, Roddy 610
Rugby: KIDS ARE UP FOUR IT. 119
Rugby: MATT KO IS BLOW TO SCOTS. 256
Rugby: Rory's ruled out..by his mum. 255
Rugby: WIN Three pairs of tickets to see Scotland in Paris. 198
Russians in call to arms; FEARS FOR PRISONERS: FAMILIES IN US WEEP FOR LOVED ONES AS YUGOSLAV. McLAREN, BRONWYN 224
Saturday TV; CRITIC'S CHOICE. 1026
SECRETS AND CRIES; Keeping kids amused is easy at Kelburn Castle and Country Centre, says Jacqueline Fitzpatrick. 897
Showbiz Sam. 437
Singing the booze; Karaoke is a serious game at Glasgow's grand old Horse Shoe. Sinclair, Paul 1402
Slam Sam. Sam, Showbiz 114
Snooker: Whirlwind's 19th nervous breakdown; UPDATE. 350
SNP: We're Winning Tax War; Swinney says voters want to pay more for better schools and health. Deerin, Chris 563
SO THIS IS EASTER? A VISION OF HELL: DAWN REVEALS 50,000 STRANDED AND STARVING REFUGEES THE FIRST LIGHT OF DAY AND A VISION OF HUMAN SUFFERING. SMITH, Chief ANNA 1230
Soap watch; Guns and gangsters rule in Brookside. Brown, Merle 690
Sports Update: Fost show makes him king in Hong Kong; UPDATE. 380
Striking at the very heart of the church; Millennium Life. Collier, Andrew 385
Sunday TV; CRITIC'S CHOICE. 831
Talks to save 750 jobs at last pit. McCOLM, EUAN 249
Teenage mum wins pounds 100,000. 193
TELEVISION; Far from run of the Milly. Randall, Tim 1123
Tennis: Tennis Brits' Hen party falls flat; Cool Courier keeps nerve to tame Tim. Haynes, Frank 684
That's another fine mesh you got me into...; It's the new look that's all the rage among Hollywood starlets - but will the Ena Sharples look catch on? Crane, Holly 1205
THE FUTURE IS ORANGE FOR EWAN; Star set to pick up pounds 3m for starring in ultra-violent remake. Wilson, Jim 509
The mass killers who shocked the 20th century. 286
The triumphs and heartaches of a week in politics. BLAIR, Prime Minister TONY 585
Thursday TV; CRITIC'S CHOICE. 948
Tourist's ordeal on sea cliffs. 93
Trauma team will be set up to help the shattered victims of mass rape. Dowdney, Mark 467
Tuesday TV; CRITIC'S CHOICE. 882
Victoria will be a good Mama; IF IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY... 358
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; Fluoride plans are just a load of rot. 1172
Waging war in name of God; Millenium Life. Collier, Andrew 1020
Wednesday TV; CRITIC'S CHOICE. 893
Weekend radio. 510
WHERE YOU CAN HELP. 80
WILLS AND HARRY GO ON SAFARI. Kerr, Jane 345
WINE RACK. Walls, Trevor 218
You'd batter believe it; Deep-fried cauliflower is so good at the Moat House Hotel, in Glasgow, you could have it again for dessert. Differ, Philip 1484

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