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NOLYWOOD Mai - NIL/AST. Ti 4,11311 eo n Tow. Wet. Mrs.. us pa.; So. ILA

NOLYWOOD Mai - NIL/AST. Ti 4,11311 eo n Tow. Wet. Mrs.. us pa.; So. ILA

23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fair sham

Fair sham

YESTERDAY'S demonstrations in the streets of the Republic .e'e a protest no Government could ignore. The pay-as-you-earn taxpayer, who bears on 80pc shore of the tax burden, demands o more equitable system or the next day of marches may not be so peaceful. The faults in the pres
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A problem that wasn't WHEN he did a bit of early spring cleaning Downtown Radio features broadcaster Richard Yosupr stumbled

A problem that wasn't WHEN he did a bit of early spring cleaning Downtown Radio features broadcaster Richard Yosupr stumbled

upon 200 old books. And all his efforts to get rid of them failed . So Richard had the bright idea of becoming a market stallholder for the day. This afternoon, he and reporter Padriag Coyle laid out the books at Bangor market and tried their hand at selling them at bargain pric
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4 Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, January Is, _ have spelled Elton. th Minister, t to his plan school transport. Chief officers

4 Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, January Is, _ have spelled Elton. th Minister, t to his plan school transport. Chief officers

and chairmen from all five areas were among a deputation from the Association of Education and Library Boards that told the Minister they wanted the money saved some other way. Lord Elton admitted afterwards that his proposals had not been acceptable to the board of _ schools. '
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ulster house prices third highest in UK

Ulster house prices third highest in UK

NORTHERN Ireland is now the third most expensive region In Britain in which to buy a house. to the Abbey National &dieing Society report on house prices published today the average price of an Ulster home in the last three months of 1979 was t 24.940. __ ___ This Is Just over se
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. HARRY Single and Double-breasted 0• Suits, in Pure New Wool and Worsted Wools. Sizes 38-42 including Long Fitting. FROM

MR. HARRY Single and Double-breasted 0• Suits, in Pure New Wool and Worsted Wools. Sizes 38-42 including Long Fitting. FROM

£79.95 CAMART: 2-Piece Pure New Wool and Harris Tweed Suits. SPECIAL OFFER £lO.OO OFF * LEVI SPECIAL * Levi Cords, Black and Brown, 18" and 20" leg. Wooed from 115.95 to £10.95 For Limited Period Only • 36 HOWARD ST., BELFAST. Tel. 43412.
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Eke put on spot over 'black Games' call

Eke put on spot over 'black Games' call

TB/ Republic's Government has been put in an embarrassing situation by • request from President Carter to support an American boycott of the Olympic Games in Moscow. The Taoiseach, Mr. Charles Haughey. received a letter from Mr. Carter earlier this week g=tehis support for an bo
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
there will be an increasing eli need for the use of good, te-type bulls and I would also like to

there will be an increasing eli need for the use of good, te-type bulls and I would also like to

se e dairymen makmilSrester use of Charolsis and Herefords for the be e f sector." Norman Shaw farms 400 acres at Saintfield, where he lives with his wife and young son His dairy herd produces 300,000 gallons of mil each year, with anima lactating at just over • - gallons each .
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
eek war magpies

eek war magpies

WILDFOWLERS throughout the province will have their sights focussed sharply on • number of winged vermin during a six-week period this winter. For from the middle of February until the end of March the Ulster Game and Wildfowl Society will be organising a massive cull of magpies
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Scotch sales suffer as

Scotch sales suffer as

Americans get into trim THE trend towards healthy living and k in trim has meantrs of the hard stuff Sco is being kept on ice. The fad has hit export markets to the United States, which accounts for one-third of the world's sales of Scotch whisky. Mr. David Kerry of the Scotch W
23 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland