SCOTLAND: Symbol of Unity

The drab, run-down streets of industrial Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, were face-lifted with banners & bunting last week as their Majesties, King George VI and his Scottish Queen, Elizabeth, arrived to open officially Glasgow's $50,000,000 Empire Exhibition. Glasgow citizens, 50,000 of whom are still unemployed despite the Clydebank's shipbuilding and rearmament boom, lined the streets and cheered lustily as the royal couple, riding in an open landau drawn by spanking Windsor greys, jogged out to the exhibition site, wooded Bellahouston Park. There in the neighboring Ibrox soccer stadium before 60,000 cheering...

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