Belfast Telegraph reporter FOUR MEN charged with armed robbery refused to recognise Belfast Recorder's Court to-day and said they were members of the Ulster Volunteer Force. They ore James Irvine, of Ballygomartin Drive; James Strutt, of Bootle Street; Thomas George Cull, of Dan
By Our Labour Correspondent HUNDREDS of road haulage workers in Ulster face lay-offs by the weekend and the jobs of some industrial workers hang in the unless agreement is reached at tomorrow's crucial delegate meeting of dockers to call off Britain's national docks strike. Thi
Seventeen-year-old Marie Carson, who wos jailed for five years for her part in on armed hold-up on a Belfast bookmaker s snop. She was caught with two pistols in her bag after shots hod been fired. Report: Page Seven. t.
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