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peak

peak

RECORD EXPORTS helped give Britain a £27m. visible trade surplus last month against £Bm. in September. But the Board of Trade, announcing the figures to-1 day. said they were still' hit by the after effects of the July dock strike. Exports were £749m. against' a revised figure o
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Parade ban: Blackmen fined £lOO

Parade ban: Blackmen fined £lOO

THREE MEMBERS OF A Royal Black Pre ceptory were fined £lOO each, at Lisburn Court to-day. for breaking the Government ban on parades on August 29 this year. They were also bound over for two years. The magistrate. Mr. Charles Stewart, who had Mr. Wishart Mills. RM. with him at t
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

GlLL—October 26. 1970. to DILLER nee ROBINSON . and BRIAN, 29 Myrtledene Road. Belfast B, a attend Daughter 'Alison Anne
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COPY TIMES

COPY TIMES

We wish to draw readers' attention to the following copy times for notice{ ',pairing on this page. FUNERAL ARRANGEMENT NOTICES Copy for notices relating to funeral orrongements will be accepted up to 11 o.m. on the morning of requested publication. ALL MIR HOTICSS-- COPY for all
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

IiesKINI.AW November la. Imo, at Hospital, ALEXANDKR, dearly-lowed husband of Marie McKinley. and dear daddy of Alan. Sandra and Karen. Funeral from his h moe, 32 West Circular Road, to-morrow ITuesdayi, at 2 pm to City Cemetery —Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
over

over

Our Labour THE S 1 unions are watching the take- talks between Mr, Fred Olsen, the Norwegian shipowner, and Harland & WOW. They believe Mr. Olsen may be interested only in the shipbuilding section, and that if terms were agreed for a take, it could mean the end of the engine wor
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Unit Trust prices

Unit Trust prices

ft. Ind. Flex is Ts — aid. 8s 21d; Brit. Ind. Flex and, 7s as 24d; Elect. and Ind. Des., 4.s led. 4a Sid xd; Equity. 4s Ob. 4s lid; Allied Capital Trusts, as Ys Bid; Metals sad liberals. 5s 10cl. as 3d xd. enrolees Unlearn—Unicorn Cap.. es 3d. 9s l0d• Unicorn Financial. 7s Ild.
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
11110.2

11110.2

7-5. France: New series which looks at French Society. Newsroom (CL. 8.0. High Chaparral (Western series): "Only tne Bad Come to Sonora" (C). 8-50. Call my Bluff: A duel or words and „ wit 10. 9-20. Horizon: "The Savage Mind"—the philosophy of Levi-Strauss, social anthropologist
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Suffer

Suffer

But there are some who hardly notice social change and political upheaval. Mrs. Margaret O'Shea has lived in her big. secluded house for almost 40 years. "The only change which bothers me is the traffic.' she says. "We could do with less of that." The attitudes of the people of
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the burnings have increased the bitterness. A young housewife in Iris Street, who had to cravd on her stomach to

the burnings have increased the bitterness. A young housewife in Iris Street, who had to cravd on her stomach to

escape from snipers on top of the Blackstaff mill. says: "I have many Protestant friends but I am not as warm towards them now because of what happened on the Lower Fal:s. Many people stopped getting brear. from Ormeau because they heard that Hughes and Kennedy's were allowed on
16 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland