RARRS—Aupast 25. IE2 oration of an lieciaent in Canada.. PAUL P.. Royal Irish Ranger., dearly loved husband of Anne Ramon tare Oordon'. 15 Clarence Street, and Cur father of plII: Puneral *erring in St. Patrick's Ilarraeks. Ballymena, to morrow tlrridayi. at 10-30 ain Interment
11'1011:KIN. late IC W.O. deeply retest the death of of 53 Nelson Street. Belfast. dearly(Om Hon Montag, MRS GIBS. loved aunt of \lmam Rolm!. and lender deepest sympathy to Tuners' from Balrd'a Funeral Barber Pangt:y —Z. Thompson. Preis- lour. Antrim. to-morron uPridayl at dent.
DEATHS SASlS—August 31. 1171. at Mar vital. Armagh, =MA, dearly.lovod wag of William L. Sadie l formerly of Vittoria Street. Armoghi. Putters] prvate. Tamil; flowers oel3.:Deeply regretted by . Mr sot. Towle( Huhbend add Family. NlNORS—August 31. 1972 isuddettlyi. result of ■n a
ANOTHER INFLATION WARNING from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research unsettled London Stock markets this afternoon, and brought falls to many sections. Leading industrials to slip back included 1.C.1.. down 8p to 299 p, while profit-taking clipped 3p off Dunlop
A BAR OWNER may have been attempting to remove a terrorist bomb from his premises when he was killed, a Belfast inquest jury heard to-day. An open verdict was returned on John Francis Lavery, a 60-year-old publican who died when his public house was extensively damaged by a bomb