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WEATHER

WEATHER

FORECAST for to-night and to-morrotr:—Cool and rather cloudy. Scattered. mainly slight showers, especially over coasts and hills. Maximum temperature 16 C. (13 C. on exposed coasts). Northerly wind, moderate to fresh locally. strong over coasts and hills. Outlook for Thursday:—L
1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Army get settled in for long sit

Army get settled in for long sit

Belfast Telegraplareportem AS AN UNEASY PEACE still reigned en The former IRA strongholds in Belfast and London. derry, troops to-day were concentrating on consoli. dating their new positions in the no-go areas. Defences at newly-won posts in the troubled areas were beginning to
1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOUSTCNI & WILLIAMSON. rw, furnishers. 135 Nose. Phew. 743346

NOUSTCNI & WILLIAMSON. rw, furnishers. 135 Nose. Phew. 743346

1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Lucky strike

Lucky strike

JAPAN'S three-month seamen's strike, which ended in early July. slowed up imports more than exports and produced • balance of payments surplus of about £9s million in June. the Finance Ministry announced to-day.
1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Beethoven. 8-45. The Arts World-

Beethoven. 8-45. The Arts World-

Proms . :72 Concert (par!_ 71. -S5. slr Maurice Bowrs: 1040, Ba^h Organ Works. 11-10, For Dining. Dancing end Delight. 1143, Ness RADIO 4 6-0, PM Reports. S-50. NI News. 6-0. Ness. 6-15, Pair Deal. 6-45. The Archers. 74, News Dist. vintage hfurie: }3O, Joyce °rent , ll Entertain
1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS HAS A JINX TO IT

THIS HAS A JINX TO IT

-4 4 t .... 3 3 Meet three of the cmoller entries in the Worrenpoint Dog Show— Chihuahuas Jinx, Teeney Weeney and Gail. The dogs, owned by Mr. and Mrs. E. Palmer, of Whiteobbey, Belfast, ore seen giving a lead to eightyear-old Newry girl Stephonie Turkington.
1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
We act for good of

We act for good of

all-- RUC chief pB •the RUC went back 'on patrol in the no-go areas of Londonderry and Belfast, its chief spelt out the role of the force. Sir Graham Shillington said: "The presence of police in any area is a service designed to protect and assist decent law abiding people who h
1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ERNIE PICKS

ERNIE PICKS

1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Balmoral Removals LET BALMORAL THE PORPII PEOPLE EANDLE YOUR MOVINO. N. Ireland. Ot. Ent, n. Eire. We can quote you

Balmoral Removals LET BALMORAL THE PORPII PEOPLE EANDLE YOUR MOVINO. N. Ireland. Ot. Ent, n. Eire. We can quote you

very keen rates a% we are combining removals with our furniture del,vsrles Phone Transport Dept. 618411 (10 Lines) Harmony Marriage Bureau Our ribiect 14 to Introduce people of ALL AGES and Irons ALL PARTS OP NORTHERN IRELAND. to one another with a view to frnodahip or marriage.
1 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland