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MR. HARRY WEST, leader of the official Unionist party, has said Northern Ireland will have majority rule of one kind or another in the future. and political leaders at Westminster must accept this reality. Speaking in Fermanagh, he said Unionists would use every endeavour at the
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
sodety, s immense financial stiength"

sodety, s immense financial stiength"

sodety , immense financial stiength" At the 127th Annual General Meeting of the Woolwich Equitable Building Society the Chairman, Mr. Alexander MeiIIe,CBE,CA,FBS, that, following 71% to Ili% inJulyi973,the. ordinary share accounts was raised on ist October 1973 from 6i% to 7P/ O
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mary Peters

Mary Peters

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18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tickets for the two-night concert. to be staged at Limavady Technical College in Main Street. have been selling briskly. "Anyone

Tickets for the two-night concert. to be staged at Limavady Technical College in Main Street. have been selling briskly. "Anyone

still wanting some can get then here at the college or on either night at the door." Mr. Raymond Wright. one of the production team. said yesterday. Parts of the proceeds are being donated afterwards to Limavady Eventide Club.
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
~ Ni g ht CZIPi Goodnight. Guinness. Dark. A creamy smoothhead. Comforting. After a long day you want something relaxing.

~ Ni g ht CZIPi Goodnight. Guinness. Dark. A creamy smoothhead. Comforting. After a long day you want something relaxing.

Something that hasn't changed in these changing times. That's as good as it always has been. A bottle of Guinness. A bottle of goodness. Treat yourself Have a night cap.
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
My friend, Harold Wilson

My friend, Harold Wilson

A DROMORE clergyman knows something which might be of great use to a budding politician. For the Rev. Alex Peaston (63), minister of Dromore Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church, is pretty sure that his information is right. He got it from his friend, Harold Wilson. But Mr. Peast
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
nightmare world seem occasional pedestrian to positively Utopian. – death for dinner.

nightmare world seem occasional pedestrian to positively Utopian. – death for dinner.

nightmare world seem occasional pedestrian to positively Utopian. - death for dinner. We could be living in a new Ice Age, with the North Pole shifted to within spitting distance. Or we could have al- ready gasped our last radio-active breath in the holocaust of nuclear war. The
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUNCH OPERATOR

PUNCH OPERATOR

£llB-01.479 plus Threshold Agreement. Previous experience not essential as training will be given. typing experience wou:d be an asset. A lower salary is payable for a six months period to trainees. Further particulars and application forms which must be returned by January 3. m
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
* 1110 T WPIERZ TKO !RIC! la *

* 1110 T WPIERZ TKO !RIC! la *

* 1110 T TKO !RIC! la * Hoover, Electolux 11:c. fib ANTIQUES Daniel Clarke 'Antiques (Larne) NOW OPEN WRDNYSDAY AND SATURDAY OR SY AIPPOINTIDINT. 6 °UNARM ROAD, Trl•phon• LARNI. (6574) ItICTION ',AL's Fine Art nd Ant • rive Furoltrr,. at the Ru nim . cot .11 Street. Mo. Roast. Po
18 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland