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December 25, 1988 | DAN FISHER, Times Staff Writer
Two notices in the window of the Govan District Information Center here tell a lot about the newly volatile character of Scottish politics. One sarcastically offers "Tips for the poor" from the government's Department of Health and Social Security: "Don't go into a supermarket when you're hungry. Buy nearly stale food 'bargains' or grow your own food. Give up meat and fish and substitute soya." The other reports: "Helpful advice from Mrs.
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December 25, 1988 | DAN FISHER, Times Staff Writer
Two notices in the window of the Govan District Information Center here tell a lot about the newly volatile character of Scottish politics. One sarcastically offers "Tips for the poor" from the government's Department of Health and Social Security: "Don't go into a supermarket when you're hungry. Buy nearly stale food 'bargains' or grow your own food. Give up meat and fish and substitute soya." The other reports: "Helpful advice from Mrs.
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April 28, 1991 | JESSICA BALDWIN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Cold War thaw has reached Holy Loch in the remote Scottish Highlands, where America's Poseidon submarines are pulling up anchor and taking half a town's population with them. The 4,300 local residents and the 4,000 U. S. sailors and their dependents knew that the thaw, coupled with the advent of the Trident submarines, would mean that the submarine repair and refit base would go. But the announcement in early February that Holy Loch would close sometime next year was still a blow.
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