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Ulster wills

Ulster wills

MR. Samuel Cooley, of 3 Glencraig Park, Craigavad, company director, who died March 21 last, left £22,679 (duty—in Northern Ireland£l.69B). £2l,oB4—Mr. Hugh Gibson Todd, of Woodlands. Upper Ballinderry. Co. Antrim. farmer. who died February 24 last (duty—in Northern Ireland—£l.s
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Founder of Goorwitch chain dies

Founder of Goorwitch chain dies

MR. NAT GOORWITCH, who died in a private nursing home in London during the week, was the founder of a chain of Ulster drapery stores. He was 74. A native of Southern Russia, he came to London as a boy of 16. He walked most of the way. He could speak no English. and had no money
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY MISSION NALL Donegal. Read

RAILWAY MISSION NALL Donegal. Read

Sunday. 8-30 p m.—Mr. D. MATTHEWS. Monday. 8 p.m.—Prayer Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m.—O. QUINN and R. MONAHAN. SRANAGN MISSION NALL 11-30 a.m.—Mr. J. BROOKS and Mr. P. MUDD. 7 p.m.—Belfast Qospel Singers. Tuesday. p.m. Belfast United Testimony Band. MUSTARD TEED MISSION Sunday: 11-
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSEMBLY HALL Sunday. 340 pm. Rev. ROBERT MILFORD. B.A. Thirty Years on the Shantill Road, Come, you are welcome.

ASSEMBLY HALL Sunday. 340 pm. Rev. ROBERT MILFORD. B.A. Thirty Years on the Shantill Road, Come, you are welcome.

ASSEMBLY HALL Sunday. 340 p m. Rev. ROBERT MILFORD. B.A. Thirty Years on the Shantill Road, Come, you are welcome. ST. ANDREW'S. Rosana Stet ANNIVERSARY S E.RVICEB 0.45 Very Rev. R. J WDBON, M.A., D.D. Soloist. Mr. J. Greer. 7 p.m.—The Very Rev. W. BOYD. M.A., D D Duettists: Yeat
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
60. SPORTS SHOP

60. SPORTS SHOP

SOCCER •OOTS. tun Stocks of Gola. Puma. Ours ant, Rummel. prices from 335 to L 9 112 , -.—All sites in stock at Ne.sons. - Where all good sport Dawns." 48 Wellington Place. Belfast 1. Tel 24833 SHOTGUNS wanted. ali makes and OM-O.llOflS. SOO Cafil.—At Nelson's, 48 Wel:inetem Pla
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
61 MACHINERY, TOOLS

61 MACHINERY, TOOLS

Surplus Machine Tools and Equipment for Sale Modern MITCHELL General Purpose Lathe. swing 29in. a 102 in. gap bed. ■ll screw cutting, face plate, chucks and steadies, year 1967. MITCHELL 741 n. a 43in. Centre Lathe with gap bed and all accessories, year 1967. SWIFT Lathe. Mt. bi
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PHONE 20814

PHONE 20814

JAN. 1170 130 Alatbro Electric Fork Lift available immediately --elansliten & Preston. Shoo hoed. Enniskillen. ►h. 2250 or Florencecourt 253 after 19117 1N ■ NAYMAC. as new. N.C.K. 304 with face shovel. 19 R. 11 ., with face shavel. 'Tandem Diesel Vibrating Rollers, Concrete Mix
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HiIEL 0 MART NIGHTS 612747

HiIEL 0 MART NIGHTS 612747

We Buy Anything Household Goods, Radios. TVs. Radiograms. Reeord Players. Records. Guitars. Selectee Organs. Musical Instruments. Golf Clubs. Washing , Sewing Machines. odds and ends. Old Gold. Diamond Rtnge. Watches. Clocks. Antiques. etc. Anything Saleable Bought. Buyer Calle
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WORTH COMING TO SEL

WORTH COMING TO SEL

WORTH COMING TO 1968 Rover 2000 An esrept.onal raamp:e. F.nlshad in rty grey w:th red leather upho:Atery. tinder 36.000 miles. Weining seat , . e•c. New radio given fret. L1.145.—Ca:1 Bill at H.Wilson & Sons poitTADows ROAD. LITROAN. Phone LITROAN 22 3.
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1.117 CORTINA. 4.d00r. light gram. really wnmaculate. L 525. M.P. az' ranged or exchange —Mervyn BOWL Burns Cross. Ph. Oil

1.117 CORTINA. 4.d00r. light gram. really wnmaculate. L 525. M.P. az' ranged or exchange —Mervyn BOWL Burns Cross. Ph. Oil

noowan 205.
28 November 1970 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland