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pra in I LEADIN( Ulster's Churches of praye yesterday service in The sery invited cont Patrick's attended Tomas O'Fii Catholic Ronald Presbyteria, the Rev. Syd the Method and Dr. Art Church of of Connor. In a joint Church leach clergy and L Join in remembranc renewal. They poi "
Judge rejects black press appeal A JUDGE today rejected an appeal by the Argus Publishing Co. to have the registration certificates of its three black newspapers restored. Judge G. A. Coetzee said the company failed to show sufficient proof that the newspapers had been published
Man stranded on buoy for seven hours COASTGUARDS last night rescued a man who had been stranded on a buoy in Holy Loch for seven hours. He and three other men none of them wearing lifejackets went out fishing in an inflatable boat yesterday afternoon. The man elected to stay fis
Cinderella Mee. - Sat. at 7.30 pm. Wed., Thurs. and Sat., Matinee at 2.30 pm. lox Office: Wimp@o Street, 1.45 5.30 pm. Gated January. Information Tot Td. 41119 Shp seats oychlable at Box Office on day of performance from 9.45 o m Shp sects for 31st December and Ist January on so
This should prove attractive to those In their mid-theties with practical experience and who would wish to loin o vigorous team in a progressive, locally-owned compowy . Pfeoso wrltip complete confKbncv to: Th. Managing Director, Mr. R. D. Hind JOHN HIND & SONS LTD. PRINCE REGEN