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WANTED Domoged Mk. IV Cortincs end Mk. II Escorts For Cash Tel. NEWRY 5479

WANTED Domoged Mk. IV Cortincs end Mk. II Escorts For Cash Tel. NEWRY 5479

23 February 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
149 THANKS

149 THANKS

CALDWOLL. RESECCA Th. Family Circle of the late Rebec, a Caldwell wish to thank ell the kind ReWives. Friends end Neighbours who senipathised with them in their ncent sad bereavement , to all those who attended MO li special thanks to the District Nurses and the Doctors and Nurs
22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£3.95 £4.50 £7.95

£3.95 £4.50 £7.95

22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CROSSWORD

CROSSWORD

ACROSS I Angered In painfulpainful affliction by cancellation (8,3) 8 Thoroughly upset liar they put out (8) 9 I'm a novice driver returning from Tibet a priest (4) 10 Intricate things indicating rate of progress when at sea (5) What two can play, at expected at end of concert (
22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Durban twin town move dismissed by Cook as stunt

Durban twin town move dismissed by Cook as stunt

THE leader of the Alliance Party group on Belfast City Council, Alderman David Cook, today branded a move to - twin" Belfast with Durban, South Africa as an Official UnioniSt - publicity stunt." The Council's general purposes and finance committee voted by 7 votes to 5 to invest
22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRVINES ltd

IRVINES ltd

NEWTOWNARDS ROAD, BELFAST BREDA SHOPPING CENTRE, BELFAST ARDS SHOPPING CENTRE. NEINTOWNARDS footwear
22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Telegraph, Friday, August 22, 1980 7 Polish strikes continue and petrol starts to run out PETROL is running out

Belfast Telegraph, Friday, August 22, 1980 7 Polish strikes continue and petrol starts to run out PETROL is running out

and the queue of ships waiting to enter Polish ports lengthened today in the face of last night's failure by the new Government commission to solve the country's growing labour and political crisis. The commission, under first Deputy Prime Minister Mieczyslaw Jagielski, who repl
22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Roy Shephard's t.W programme guide vv"

Roy Shephard's t.W programme guide vv"

Roy Shephard's programme guide YOUR LIFE IN YOUR HANDS? IS OUR future written on the palms of our hands? Are our personalities conditioned by the planets, and can the tea-leaves reveal our destiny? These are some of the questions Helen Madden tries to answer in The Fortune Teller
22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Lower the cost. Raise the roof.

Lower the cost. Raise the roof.

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22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Pick up a great deal.

Pick up a great deal.

Right now, we' most competitive an trading terms Just how good those terms are depeni on you and your local Dodge or Talbot dealer. After all, he's in business to r keep your business moving. So between you, you can work out a great deal. You can do a deal on any of the Dodge Ha
22 August 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland