By our Political Staff THERE WAS an uproar in the Commons at Stormont this afternoon when the Rev. an is ley laun zhed a full scale attack 'on the Govertunnt ever its handling of the weekend riots. When Mr. Paisley said: "It is a sin and disgrace that men and women on the street
NAVIN° RNTII W A ITIE To ROB* MARY (nee I and BBXNDAI4. on Juue 21. MO. Malone Mare, Belfast - son .Arthur Pitosmas). • brother be Gabriel and Deborah. NISWRN--June 26, 1870, Barrios Nursing Boas% Londonderry, MOMS ORECNWAY) GRAHAM, 82 Park. -- • ago Saimaa Ors ULM,. 11/1910012—
ASNl—June 29. 1970. at his residence. 15 Sunnyside Crescent. PATRICK IPADDY), beloved husband of Peggy and darling daddy of Sean. Kevin. Kieran and Malread.—R.l.P. Funeral from Holy Rosary Church to-morrow I Wednesday). after 10 a.m. Malta to Milltown Cemetery. St. Joseph, pray
ORANGE LEADERS for Belfast demanded yesterday that the RUC be re-armed, and direct e d that private lodge parades between now and th e Twelfth should be cancelled. The decision to scrap th e parades—such as moytag banners—was announced by officers of the County Grand Lodge of Be
programme. The British and Eire Governments have agreed on the need to keep in close contact over the present situation in Ulster. After the meeting Dr. Hillery said: "I feel better that we have had this meeting and that such •meetings are possible."
THE BURST OF STRENGTH which took place at mid morning on London Stock Exchange halted later and some of the gains were trimmed. Nevertheless the undertone remained firm while markets waited for Wall Street to open. There were still many good Unit Trust notes features in equities
The 14-hour nights of driving that bulky armoured car along the border. across dirt tracks. endlessly. until the eyebal:s burnt in their sockets with the strain of looking through the small slit in the front. Listening to the RT, hearing of attacks on other stations. being prepa
Seventi• - year - old Mr. Samuel Early. of Carrickfergus. who remembers the troubles in the shipyard and the city in the 19205. said: "The shipyard should get over this trouble. providing everyone keeps their heads. ••The trouble on the streets is not Protestants against Catholi