The Harland and Wolff order came as a bright spot at the end of a year in which the shipyard has lost over £33m. Mr. Leo Curran, zeneral manager of the engine works. said today that in the past 20 months Har-1 lands had sold 21 marine engines worth apprqximately £2om. The aircra
denly l -- at Hoveltal. Larne. kIAJITHA. dearly•loved wife of the let. Somme! %harry. a bellaoh Park boot!. Larna..-Very deafly reargued by eorrowlng DiagMer•ln•law mew. as filvnn Road. Lorne. Gooey to be veldt *Uwe loved onyn. - Is. 1 74. at her home. 1300rpark Rom,. SARAH •..
MATT Treasured memorials of • dear hothand end deddv. JOHN. died (suddenly) Decetnber ig. Aluays remembered by his loving Wile ZUmbeth don John and Daughter Mabel, 10 Ardonvnbr Street. alio bon lobby. Daughter• In-law Velma and Grandson John. Gtenah• Road. /genitor: aloe Family
THE TECHNICAL rally was carried a stage further. In thin trading, rises of 4p to 8p \vele added to Fisons 1650, ICI 129 p, Beecham 125 p and Hawker 145 p. Gilts shook off early small falls and added A to the list. ProperUes were buoyed by Unit Trust hopes of early relief on rent
Army Council on Tuesday night last. The proposals were said to compromise to some extent on the Provos' firm stand. It is believed that the Provisionals have been holding to their demands for a declaration of intent to withdraw but are prepared to compromise to some extent on th