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Children's Party in Belfast Plaza many more students h|\e joined the Boyd i-00l of Dancing recently that it was necessary sins year to hold the annual children’s party in tlic Belfast Plaza. It took place there yesterdjy afternoon, and proved most successful from in cry point of
Next Week’s Amusements in Belfast Comedy of " Crossing the Border '* Owing (o the popnlar approval of the programme at the Empire Theolre this week, the management have retained Messrs. and Donovan and their talented band of performers for another week, when they will present wh
12-30—8-15— Da ventry. 7- Bells nod Service from St Martln-in-tbc-Fields, London: Address.by the Rev Pat M'Cormick. D.S.O. (Davcntry). • 8- H-O— Davcnl ry. 0-o— Regional News. 9- -London Regional. 10- (Daventry).
Wreath Laid on Cenotaph Captain Bertoli, who is in charge of the advance party of the Italian Air Force now at Derry, yesterday laid a wreath the city war memorial. It bore the inscription; “From the Italian aviators to the glorious dead in the Great War.** Captain Bertoli, who
Sir John Simon and tho German Ambassador (From Lobby CorretpoDienl) The report from Berlin that Sir John Simon, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, had called on the German Ambassador and expressed tho British Government’s regret at the removal of Herr Rosenberg’s wreath