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Shorts and H&W land huge orders

Shorts and H&W land huge orders

By our Industrial TWO MAJOR Belfast firms got timely Christmas presents today in the form of multimillion pound orders from the United States and South Korea. Shorts announced a £4m order for six 30-seater SD3- 30 aircraft from Air New England, of Boston. for delivery in the spr
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
More out of work for Christmas

More out of work for Christmas

By our Labour UNEMPLOYDANT in Ulster this month is 4,800 more than last December. But figures published today by the Department of Manpower Services show that unemployment totalling 32,170 this month is still the lowest for December. with the exception of last year, since 1965.
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Going from pillar to post . . .

Going from pillar to post . . .

TO SPEND a night in a four-poster bed must be on quite a few personal lists of day-dreams. But, unfortunately, it looks as though anyone who envisages joining the Three Musketeers just for a night will have to look outside Northern Ireland. An intriguing little section in the AA
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Clergyman goes IRA

Clergyman goes IRA

Continued from Page 1 But asked whether the whole negotiations were stage-managed by the British Government, he said: "1 think that is best answered by pointing out that In our statement we said we had to seek an interview with Mr. Reek" On his views of a possible ceasefire, Dr.
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Detainees

Detainees

They proposed a ceasefire; if such a ceasefire took place, that all detainees should be released within a month; if the ceasefire held that the Army would be withdrawn , to barracks within two months. _ Mr. Rees was made aware of the initial response of the Provisionals to these
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
40 JOBS LOST IN COOKSTOWN

40 JOBS LOST IN COOKSTOWN

FORTY workers at ladies' underwear facto] paid off to-morrow. Student award A QUEEN'S University graduate, Miss Mary W. Kane, of Newcastle, has won an award from the Irish Management Institute. She will receive the Sir Charles Harvey Award which is presented to graduates of mana
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
10 WELLINGTON PLACE

10 WELLINGTON PLACE

Phone 28846
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(114)* 16

(114)* 16

19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Cash crisis plea by MP NORTH DOWN MP Mr. James Kilfedder who was the only Unionist MP to vote against

Cash crisis plea by MP NORTH DOWN MP Mr. James Kilfedder who was the only Unionist MP to vote against

the Government last night at the end of a debate on the economy, called today for a national government to deal with the economic crisis. He said: "This debate has shown some of the truth about the extent of the economic crisi - that surrounds the British neWle on all sides. •it
19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
* Shower& * Chola, of Millerlna

* Shower& * Chola, of Millerlna

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19 December 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland