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19 IN MEMORIAM

19 IN MEMORIAM

WHIT[—In loving memory of my dear brother. HARRY. died ireatilt of an acc.denti, September :3, :968 —Always in the thoughts of his loving Sister Lillian. BrothPr-in.law Eddie. and Niece Wendy, 32 Manton Drive. There could nerd be another Harry, who was loved by all so dear, and
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROPEWORKS IN TALKS ON £6m. MERGER

ROPEWORKS IN TALKS ON £6m. MERGER

SHAREHOLDERS in the Belfast Ropework Company met in Belfast to-day to discuss a possible merger with four other companies and the formation of a new group with an annual turnover of approximately £6 million. A spokesman for the corn-1 pany said it was expected that agreement wou
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOO LATE FOR MAlMlLTON—September 13. 1070. at hta residence. ALFRED HAMILTON. beloved husband of the late lityrta Hamilton. Funeral at

TOO LATE FOR MAlMlLTON—September 13. 1070. at hta residence. ALFRED HAMILTON. beloved husband of the late lityrta Hamilton. Funeral at

2 p.m. tomorrow (Tue days to the New Cemetery. Fintooa —Deepdy regretted by all the Family Circle. •OWLEV September 14. IMO. at Hospital. CHARLES, beloved huabond of Mary Rowley. b Listen' Close. Cregagh Remains will arrive at St. Bernadette's Churth this (Monday, evening at 7.3
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
'IRISHMEN IN ENGLAND TURN BLIND EYE'

'IRISHMEN IN ENGLAND TURN BLIND EYE'

AN IRISH-BORN trade union representative. speaking at a meeting in London called by the "Irish Democrat" in support of the civil rights campaign, attacked his compatriots for lack of interest in events in Ireland. He was Mr. D. O'Flynn, of the Association of Engineering Workers,
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ask the people who know... Colour TV' throughout ireanc

ask the people who know... Colour TV' throughout ireanc

Colour TV's are more expem s y e o e u a r b e le nt fu o t r u b re uy ! it and we ci ~„ . 'i That's why you should ensu and attention in order to g GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS DEPOSIT RENTAL TERMS for Colour TV's RENTAL , FROM 157.15 COLOUR 274 further to pay . NUR further week for
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CUITS SSORTED 2 14 BIS

A CUITS SSORTED 2 14 BIS

14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Parade ban summonses withdrawn

Parade ban summonses withdrawn

Belfast Telegraph reporter . SUMMONSES AGAINST 12 men. including a clergyman. alleging defiance of the ban on public processions, were withdrawn by the police at Ballynahinch Court to-day. The summonses related to the opening of a new hall , in Dromara on August 1. When the magi
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUS BRINGS JOY TO THE HANDICAPPED

BUS BRINGS JOY TO THE HANDICAPPED

A SUNSHINE mint-coach bought with funds raised by British Army children in Singapore, was presented to Mitchell House School for handicapped children in Belfast this afternoon b° the, Commander Land Forces, Northern Ireland, Major- Oeneral Tony Farrar, I Tocklev. The Army ch.:dr
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ABC THEATRE

ABC THEATRE

I Nightly at 7.0. Open 6-30 Naas. Mon. Wed . Sat. 2-0. Open I Charlton Nestsa, dfiek tont Ni,. Plarareet: UN NUR trcolor I 70mm. full stereeoboe u. sound. All seats books ble 7-u performance. Dress Circle 1, Rear Circle 12 , -. Stalls 10'-. Reduced prices for children all DP, fo
14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
16 PERSONAL SERVICES

16 PERSONAL SERVICES

14 September 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland