December 11. Deeply reeremed by her Friends Jim Hannah. 'meowlln• •nd Marla. In God's. cure you rest above. in our heart. December 12. 1980. Will be greatly aumed by Aunt Sadie. Uncle Tommy. Shirley. Silly and Jackie. Vast is the memory of love. OtROWIILL. CAROL ANN Dsmigber 12.
MOURNE trawlermen have been told that the ban on herring fishing in their area will continue for another year. Mr. Giles Shaw said that at the request of Northern Ireland fishermen scientific investigations into the state of herring stocks would continue throughout the winter.
on a cheap double album, The Damned. Three of the sides are studio numbers, some of which have been released before and the fourth is recorded live in front of the friends and relatives that comprise "The Damned Fan Club." Side Four, which starts off with the brilliant "Love Son
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another eight weeks before he will be allowed to resume some of his parish work. He is looking forward to seeing old friends but one of his dearest wishes is to get back on the golf course again as soon as possible. He has won several trophies and has always taken an interest in
BRITISH textile workers representatives emerged reasonably satisfied" from their meeting with Common Market Industry Commissioner Etienne Davignon in Brussels yesterday in marked contrast to the collapse of talks six weeks ago. At that meeting the textile unions had been faced w
IRISH people living in Britain have a duty to resist the approaches of terrorists goini there "to plant their filthy devices and blow up innocent people," an Old Bailey judge said yesterday. Judge Charles Lawson, QC, told Irish-born Toornas Mohan: "You have lived here since you