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P.O. ROBBERS GET 7 YEARS

P.O. ROBBERS GET 7 YEARS

TWO Belfast men were jailed for seven years at the Recorder's Court today for robbing Oldpark Post Office last April. They are Gerard Bradley (22), of Ladbrook Drive, and Peter McCauley (29), Jamaica Street. Both men refused to recognise the court. A jury took less than 10, minu
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HARDER

HARDER

ACROSS 2 Ladle the press is pleased to get 15,. 5 Like houses. metaphor:cally speaking (4). 7lt may take a beating every time its played 441. 8 For these many a regal head will be found swinging (3-51. 9 Old dance a supporter and Daniel go to (8). 11 It indicates the future and
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THANKS

THANKS

The Wlte and Tamils Circle of the late ?RIM BURAANS wish to thank all their kind Pr ends and Neighbours who aim pathi,ed with them in their recent bereavemeot; also those who seat bereavemerit', also those who sent condolence. those who called at the home and attended the funera
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FURNITURE '72

FURNITURE '72

FACTORY FURNITURE BARGAINS AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD Wt. 3ia. x ett. DOUBLE OtYAN BCD, with Sprung Sage en casters and goring Interior Mattress. complete with Need- Beard. Normal Pries £25.1111. --- OUR PRICE DIA 50 Teak Flank BEDROOM SUITE. sonaortsana Nulls deer Robe, T a lb I
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
scene men

scene men

Troops with tracker dogs combed the Drumarg area after the shooting but no arrests were made. Flesh JLondonderry: A soldier received a slight flesh wound in the arm when a single shot was fired at the Army -- Crev _.rmy post in Creagan last night. Troops returned the fire. Throu
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Holiday for Ulster children SELECTED by Belfast Rotary Club. a special party of Ulster boys, both Protestant and Catholic. are enjoying a special week's holiday away from the civil troubles at St. George's Community School, Formby. near Liverpool. They are the guests of the teac
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Business and Financial ~* Bovis up after Hampton P and 0 shares could prove rewarding statement

Business and Financial ~* Bovis up after Hampton P and 0 shares could prove rewarding statement

Business and Financial Bovis up after Hampton P and 0 shares could prove rewarding statement IN SPITE of an unusual amount of nervousness around the market about the long three-week account and the depressing influence it tends to exert on business in the closing stages, there ar
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Niki Hill

Niki Hill

LADIES' SHOE SALE Do you wear 61, 7, 71, 8 ? "K", CLARKS, LOTUS from 1 per Pair See our Windows •ad judge for yourself • of SANDY IWOlf
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
—inquest being opened to-day

—inquest being opened to-day

AN INQUEST on Prince William and his co-pilot, Lt. Commander Vyrell Mitchell, was being opened by South Staffordshire coroner, Mr. Dennis Cave, at Wombourn, later to-day. Evidence of identification of the 30-year-old Prince was expected to be given by dentist, Mr. R. D. Plowman,
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAG,T

SAG,T

SAG , T Not the best day for con- Ming in casual acquaintances. You could regret It later. You seem to be lacking In vitality. Concentrate on essentials, and get an early night if possible. BIRTHDAY FORECAST The success of someone near and dear to you will be a great help where f
30 August 1972 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland