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Weapons plot trial resumes

Weapons plot trial resumes

TM Mal of a 50-yearold Kircubbln man halted last Year when he became ill resumed Yesterday at Belfast Crown Court, John Steele, a farmer, from Ruben. Road, is accused of conspiring with others to man P onsufacture proh Augustibited , between and November, 1973. He is also accuse
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Police punched me

Police punched me

car to La Mon. Brophy said "I told him that would be very hard as I couldn't drive. "He read from another paper alleging that I had shot a bloke. This was a neighbour of mine who had been shot. I told the police there was no way I was involved in that. "The sergeant in the room
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
49 charges

49 charges

EDWARD Brophy (39) of Ardmonash Gardens, Turf Lodge. Belfast bas denied a total of . including 12 of murder. They were the victims of the La Mon House Restaurant bombing and fire on the night of February 17, 1978. Brophy, an unemployed imarry worker also denies 11 other bombings
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOOP PURCHASES

SCOOP PURCHASES

Prfo3 electric blankets single £649 . £5.99 double £7.99 Polyester quilts single £12.99 double £ 16.99 American pillowcases (floral percale) pair £1.99 Poly/cotton shirt £2.49 • Army jumper Cotton e3 ch eil ec 9 k shut £3.99 • / P#.l.CeSh .-,J....:, „, LIMITED OFFER-Closes Satur
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
429 LISBURN ROAD, BELFAST without a 'bite'

429 LISBURN ROAD, BELFAST without a 'bite'

Ireland will benefit from this appeal. The BBC Northern Ireland Appeals Advisory Committee will be meeting in the Spring to allocate this money, and to consider applications from charitable organisations for the regular broadcasts on Radio Ulster and BBC-1 Northern Ireland. So c
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Letter%

Letter%

during the five-and-a-half hours in the planes (No. 1 and No. 2) we could not obtain any form of food or drink. It was suggested to the aircrew by numerous passengers, but nothing was produced. It would have been very simple to provide tea or coffee, etc., either on the plane du
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, January 23, 1980 13

Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, January 23, 1980 13

23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1411/TORY 0 and Tel. 641187

1411/TORY 0 and Tel. 641187

23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
19,.2 CARAVANS FOR SAU

19,.2 CARAVANS FOR SAU

19 , .2 CARAVANS FOR SAU Margo* Caravans ad« Slanaser. NAT McDOWELL) WE SAVE YOU MORT January Sale of Holiday Homes, serviced and bane, new and used, also Tourers, Choice of luxury sites for IMO season on two modern Caravan Parks in Fortran'. Trade-las, Personal Loans OPEN ALL WE
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A FIRST JOB IS ALWAYS A GAMBLE DID YOU WIN?

A FIRST JOB IS ALWAYS A GAMBLE DID YOU WIN?

No matter whet you thought that first Oh would be the chasm ere that you hove found that Meal lived up to expecte**. If se, we at BURROUGHS con offer you a career with you've always and not hoed se for. like the chance to get out of the variety and Were*. la the work the to bane
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland