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11 hin h h Street bomb in Ballvnahinch was in a van which outside McCoubrey's hardware shop. calls were made to police, but these bomb was in Dromore Street. by huge bomb BALLYNAHINCH High Street was devastated be a 150Ib. bomb last night, and in Belfast two men were critically
Brent Hughes. Two armed men ordered the woman assistant out before planting a bomb at the back of the shop. Soldiers were fired on a number of times in the Divis Street area. The shots came from the roof of St. Comgall's School. Soldiers think they hit a gunman in one exchange.
TWO were made at Belfast Recorder's Court to-day to the estate of Anne Frances Owens. the 22-yearold woman killed in the Abercorn explosion. Miss Owens had been injured in the blast at the EBNI premises on August 25, 1971. She and another young woman died in the Abercorn blast
Our Londonderry Staff. THE OFFICES of the Wholesale Newspaper Services Ltd. in Shipquay Street, Londonderry, were wrecked by a bomb which exploded after a ten-minute warning. No one was injured The warning was given by a young man who left a duffle bag containing the bomb in a n
other estate of the Scottish Pipe Bands Association. He is appealing to other pipe bands in Co. Down to consider taking up his idea of playing in hospitals during the summer months. He intends to write a short history of the pipes, piping tuition and pipe band playing in the cou