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CALL TO ‘BLACK’ BM.C. CAmp ARTS REJECTED

CALL TO ‘BLACK’ BM.C. CAmp ARTS REJECTED

No new U.S. declare all work (or the BJM.C. “black.” A speech by their district organizer, Mr. J. R. Longworth, was constantly Interrupted and on a show of hands the men decided to go on working. Production workers, at the same factory had decided to ban work for B.M.C. The B.M.
25 July 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Wetteat month in

Wetteat month in

30 August 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
aid for Yugoslavia

aid for Yugoslavia

4.110,930,000 dollar about £1,468.230.000 —Foraian Aid Approbations BUI. decided that none the funds should soent on military aid to Tufollsvi*. Planes and other arms now in supply ‘‘Pipelines" could, however. go through. An amendment to this effect was adopted bv the Senate aft
25 July 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“NO ATTACKS YET SUEZ TALKS -MENZaIS

“NO ATTACKS YET SUEZ TALKS -MENZaIS

Nina to leave UJC. to-morrow VIN' PONOMAREVA, Soviet .> o.nan athlete accused shop-lit ting in London, will London air to-morrow return to Moscow, an cffleial of the Soviet Government sports committee track and field section , .(l Moscow vesterday. e official said she would fly
05 September 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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05 September 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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GOOD WEATHCR TO-DAY Australians in the Australia had equalled »▼ their meagre M of Friday, lain again brought a short

GOOD WEATHCR TO-DAY Australians in the Australia had equalled »▼ their meagre M of Friday, lain again brought a short

daro cricket to an md in the fourth Test at Manchester yesterday. With play restricted to 45 minutes Saturday and to one hour yesterday. England may well be robbed of the victory that seamed within their grasp when laker achieved his record Test analykU of nine wickets for 37. O
31 July 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
to rule” at Yard to end

to rule” at Yard to end

H E Belfast shipyard workers who three weeks ago were by tho trade unions to adopt a goslow” policy as a means of fighting redundancy will, at a lunchtime meeting today be asked to terminate from to-morrow the ban on piece work and overtime. The decision to recommend this was ta
30 August 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Good old blackboard

Good old blackboard

But the simplest and most effective visual aid to teaching is still the blackboard, the survey sms, and It adds that the skill of the teacher usually apparent from the use he makes it- The old-fashioned lantern slide largely been replaced the film strip. The gramophone is stated
30 August 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Exam, successes

Exam, successes

In the June examination resuits. Issued yesterday by the Association Certified and Corporate Accountants, the following were successful in the preliminary examination: Passed with honours —B. D. Brown. Portadown (second place >: Passed—O. H. Chambers, Belfast; R. J. T. M Mullan.
30 August 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Bblfast, Thursday, Auo. 30, 1058. Sun rises 8.35 am.; seta 1.33 p.m. Moon rises Age—33 days. Blah water 5.45 am;

Bblfast, Thursday, Auo. 30, 1058. Sun rises 8.35 am.; seta 1.33 p.m. Moon rises Age—33 days. Blah water 5.45 am;

8.35 pjn. LichtiDß-uo time 5.33 p.m. To-day's weather ftrtaut: Winds light northerly; scattered showers in efternoen and M night; otherwise floe; rather cool; temperature U-U degrees The writing on the wail no bones about the fact that his statement at yesterday’s Treasury Press
30 August 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland