Oland@Bon Open Foursomes: Mrs. J. Miller and Mrs. P. Bothwell (C'boyel. 701; runners-up. I Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Buller (Greenisland). 73. President's (J. :Smyth' Prise: A section, Mrs. J. MacDonald; B section. Mrs. E. McKinney. Ifslen's Bey—Embassy Event: J. B. Graham. runner-up.
LINFIELD manager Billy Bingham is hoping his team will build on the boost given to Irish football last night by Coleraine when they face Manchester City in the second leg of the European Cup Winners Cup at Windsor Park to-night (6-30). Commenting on the fantastic Fairs Cup victo
owEAT , HER FORECAST for to-night I and to-morrow mainly dry] with clear intervals becom-' ing cloudy by morning with rain at times. Sunny spells and scattered showers by the afternoon, Max. temp. 15 C (59 F). Wind south west to west, moderately fresh becoming strong at times to-
2 found guilty in arms case TWO MEN who were arrested by troops in a builder's yard in Madrid street. during rioting in east Belfast last June have been put back for sentence ast City Commission. One ^of them. Hugh Thomas Scott (28). house repairer. of 19 Thompson Street, was fo
A cheerful word for the Governor from 75-yearold Mrs. Sarah McCullough, of Newtownards. one of the residents of Enler House old people's home at Dundonald. Lord Grey had just opened the home. run by Down County Welfare Authority. The home. which cost t 162.000 accommodates 50 pe
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