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18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAN TO WHO TRIED DEFRAUD IS FINED £36

MAN TO WHO TRIED DEFRAUD IS FINED £36

THE quest ion of who l upholsterer. travelled to made the cushions for seats Ballynahinch and carried in Edengrove Presbyterian out the work in his spare Church. Ballynahinch, when time in a shed at his the building was renovated (defendant's) house. He last year, was the main a
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAN CLEARED OF FOUR ARMS CHARGES A 22-year-old labourer was cleared of four arms charges by a jury at the

MAN CLEARED OF FOUR ARMS CHARGES A 22-year-old labourer was cleared of four arms charges by a jury at the

Recorder's Court in Belfast yesterday. He is Dermott Patrick Cooke. of North Link. Andersonstown. Cooke pleaded not guilty to possessing a pistol and six rounds of ammunition with intent. under suspicious circumstances and without certificates at Anderaonstown on January 3. The
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The basic Heinz 7day menu.

The basic Heinz 7day menu.

Read why it provides your baby with every important food element he needs to grow straight and strong. No babyfood you can buy comes in morevarieties than Heinz Strained Foods. We make forty different kinds. A wide choke for evayfeeding. What are the advantages for your baby in
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Man killed as pal sleeps Continued from Pare 1. The dead man's friend, who was in a shocked condition, said

Man killed as pal sleeps Continued from Pare 1. The dead man's friend, who was in a shocked condition, said

he did not want to talk about the incident. A detective at the scene said: "At the minute we can say very little about it. We are still investigating the matter and it's pointless trying to speculate." It is understood the dead man was clothed and that he had been shot at least
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
13a:.ry Ara.i i:.275—C:.530 Der annum

13a:.ry Ara.i i:.275—C:.530 Der annum

Appbestion particu!srt from The Ret. of Londondm ry to whom con tneludtng the of three r returned no _thee be •The Ms, COM rad,. , CO. R. 72 1011 and iddreeft 'trees should Telephonist YOUNG LADY REQUIRED WITR PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE pp LARGE SWITCHBOARD. Good flvi.Aar wook. foW wee
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PHONIC 24035.

PHONIC 24035.

PLUMBER toot. Industno pormaneol Nubs" to suTllb r etc/wowed ft., —.6.61v to PT 61. D. W. '►OTHERS • CO. UMITIO him e$ for Chow NHS P'smber Wriaws for the, Onns.on •ne P , ..sers Mr Domestic Heat.oo twat. TO. SI FLOOR LAYIRI with ex a. and too wages and bona, WOO taw. ago Boys a
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Friary, Ampoet 19, 1972.

Friary, Ampoet 19, 1972.

18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NIGHT SECURITY GUARD

NIGHT SECURITY GUARD

Age 24-60; Mils. Height S' 6" Hers's a well-paid job that protects you against redundancy and your family against money worries, so if you're physically fit and of good character CALL IN OR PHONE anytime between 9 a.m. and 5-30 p.m. Monday—Friday (open until 7 p.m. Tuesday) or S
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4'ecuB.

4'ecuB.

We require immediately Mole or Female Book-keeper Experienced to trial balance stage. This position otters an attractive salary and countless opportunities to the successful applicant. To arrange appointment please contact Mrs. E. NEAL
18 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland