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3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
saw success through slats

saw success through slats

FARMING By W. D. Morrow, agricultural editor sity of 20-25 sq. ft. per head. Mr. Love's feeding programme is based on good silage and on barley fortified with minerals and vitamins. The grass is wilted and picked. up by the forage harvester. Mr. Holmes comments that a slatted ho
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Memory pill `hell potion'

Memory pill `hell potion'

A NEW MEMORY PILL which may appear in Britain next year was described by a Baptist minister this week as "a potion from hell." It was supposed to enable a student to remember such things as historical dates and mathematical equations, the Rev. John McNicol. founder of Narcotics
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
'YOU STUPENDOUS MARVEL'

'YOU STUPENDOUS MARVEL'

The one and only. That is how Mr. Billy Goodwin describes his mother-in-law, Mrs. W. A. McNabb. This particular glamorous mother-in-law is mother of 11 children. And Mr. Goodwin, of Carmeen Drive, Rathcoole, says she can outshine Elizabeth Taylor—"for true beauty in face, figure
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
a road block

a road block

the local people and is even learning the language. "People occasionally send us copies of the Telegraph so we are still in touch with old Ireland, and in a couple of years time when I leave the Army we hope to settle down there." Douglas ends : "We hope that Christmas is free f
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
14 Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, Deeerabsr 3, 1970

14 Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, Deeerabsr 3, 1970

3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The heartbreak of 2 families —and the hunt for a killer

The heartbreak of 2 families —and the hunt for a killer

Widowed Mrs. Mary McKenna with three of her They are Patricia Mary (l}), Sarah She talked about her late In a tiny two-bedroom husband, kitchen house in Belfast, "Arthur wasn't the sort the agony of a family who of man who would go look- lived in the shadow of the ing for troubl
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ti' WAS 3.30 pm on November 16 when death in Ballymurphy came through the barrel of a gun —and made two young wives widows and left 10 children fatherless.

Ti' WAS 3.30 pm on November 16 when death in Ballymurphy came through the barrel of a gun —and made two young wives widows and left 10 children fatherless.

WAS 3.30 pm on November 16 when death in Ballymurphy came through the barrel of a gun —and made two young wives widows and left 10 children fatherless. Ulster w•as appalled at the daylight slaying of lifelong friends Arthur McKenna and Alex. McVicker. Under the eyes of children a
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Jail who for men operated

Jail who for men operated

radio system TWO MEN who operated a "sophisticated and highly organised" system to protect themselves from police while committing offences, received jail sentences at Belfast City Commission yesterday. They tuned in to the police radio network on a transistor and used a walkie-
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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TISTING. conedenne, remelts same day. lee E 2, Tue.. Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.n.., Sat. 10 a.m.-12 noon or fend sample of urine to Chetntest Laboratoty. 11 Wel,ington Piece. Belfast I Ph. 25054 NOW to SteD Smoking. Send for details et w orld-famous . treat. mint —The Stanley Institute
3 December 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland