ULSTER'S road toll jumped to 160 to-day when a third person died as a result of road accidents during the last 24 hours. Twenty-year-old electrician Clement Kerr Douglas. of Glassdrummond. Ballynahinch, died in hospital this morning, 24 hours after his car struck a wall and a te
GROVE Theatr e S P HORE one ROAD h 76463 ALL NEXT WEEK Nightly 8 p.m. " ULSTER'S NEW FACES " Directing by Derek Marsden and Ray Shields and presenting for first time in Ulster, New Zealand's No. 1 all-round entertainer JUNIOR JONSEN, plus All Star Variety Programme to/-, 8/-, 6/
RICHHILL, Co. Armagh, has taken Northern Ireland's "best kept village" title for the seventh time. More than 80 villages competed for the trophyawarded by the Belfast Telegraph—an increase of seven on last year's entry. The judges awarded Richhill 94 points. three more than its
way to tell the time L K AROUND The Little Clown SO THERE is Little Clown in a basket of tomatoes, wondering what to do. The only thing is to watt for a favourable moment in order to yet away. In the meantime he looks inside the shop and sees four customers having a great argumen
hos seen 100 years come and go. And few know more about measuring the fleeting hours than o firm which makes alarm clocks. So it seemed right and proper that Westclox should present the first 'Baby Ben' made in Ulster to Mrs. Madden, who lives in the Benn wing of Clifton House.