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*CANCER CARE COSTS MONEY

*CANCER CARE COSTS MONEY

One out of every five people in the United Kingdom will contract cancer during their lifetime.• Hospitalization over a long period creates extra expense for the patient and his family. Endorsed by the Cancer Research Campaign, Briteins largest cancer charity. American Family Lif
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Building snags hit ho.ooi for eldeili.-':'::

Building snags hit ho.ooi for eldeili.-':'::

A E 420,000 scheme to build homes for the elderly in Bangor has run into difficulties. The 4 2 -home development at Bloomfield Road has been delayed by at least six months due to building problems. The scheme has been planned by the James Butcher Housing Association a Government
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
a life-saver

a life-saver

HUNDREDS OF people attended a memorial service in St. Anne's Cathedral. Belfast, last night for Dr. George Edelstyn, one of the most respected authorities on cancer, who died of the disease last month. Addressing the congregation. the Rev. Sydney Callaghan said that the large tu
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
were for plaintiff. Mr. MlenComerton, QC, and Mr. David Huntir were for defendant (inst. by Campbell & O'Rawe). In the

were for plaintiff. Mr. MlenComerton, QC, and Mr. David Huntir were for defendant (inst. by Campbell & O'Rawe). In the

other action Raymond John Davis, of Green Drive, Craigy Larne, was awarded f 15,000 against Francis George Storey, of Roundhill Street, Belfast, for injuries he received on June 5, 1978. Mr. Davis was riding his motor cycle on the Saintfield Road, Belfast, when a car driven by d
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Probe into teacher's death

Probe into teacher's death

AN independent inquiry into the death of 32-yearold teacher Mr. Blair Peach has been set up by the National Council for Civil Liberties. Thel ; :r66C . said today that it "deeply regretted" the "failure so far" by the Home Secretary, Mr. William Whitelaw, to establish a full jud
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The businesslike

The businesslike

Arrive in rime to connect with the widest range of onward flights. Talk to your Travel Agent He can book you through to the most distant pan of Sabena's world network He will also gladly provide details about Sabena's special facilities and services for business travellers. Imag
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
It 111111 ii: "For Use sake of M.

It 111111 ii: "For Use sake of M.

£12.4m related to work carried out during 1978 and £B.sm to work to be carried out after December 91, 1978. A further £.Bm is required to cover estimated future losses on new work. Uncertainties exist regarding the rte of inflation and the level of productivity achievable if the
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
King Size from State Express of London

King Size from State Express of London

MIDDLE TAR Manufacturer's estimate. H.M.Govemment Health Departments' WARNING: CIGARETTES CAN SERIOUSLY . DAMAGE YOUR HEALTH
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BREAST CANCER-THE FACTS

BREAST CANCER-THE FACTS

BREAST cancer is one of the most common serious diseases to afflict women. In Britain, one woman in 17 will get breast cancer, but few people understand the nature of the dimes* or the various approaches to treatment. In n e e Alive Special (BBC-2, 9.25) reporters Jenny Conway a
19 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland