Vice of Milk in DubUn To the Editor of the Derry Journal Sir—A statement was made in Buncrana Court this week in prosecution on the price of milk, reported in your paper. • A Derry solicitor told the Court the price of milk in Dublin was 9d per quart. This is quite wrong, as the
Limavady Teacher’s Success Miss Maura O’Kane, 64. Irishgreen Street, Limavady. a former pupil of Loreto Convent, Coleraine, is to congratulated on having passed First Division at the Teachers’ Anal examination in St. Mary's Training College, Belfast. Well-Known Cattle Trader’s D
Delia Murphy AND POPULAR LOCAL ARTISTES. SONGS by Misses Mary Duffy, Patsy Lecky, Afric M'Oiuley, Bridie Cullen, Messrs. W. 3. John Kyle, Jolm M'Cabe Jt Dawson Noble. INSTRUMENTAL TRIO iss A. M‘Langhliia, A.T.C.L. VIOLIN SOLOS— Mr. .losepli O'Doherty. ORGAN SOLOS— Mr. 3. Maultsa
FEARS THAT SOME DONEGAL CENTRES MAY CLOSE SECRETARY’S DETAILED SUGGESTIONS PROBLEM DISCUSSED BY COUNTY COMMITTEE Mr. Eugene Mahony (chairman) presided at meeting of the Co. Donegal Vocational Education Committee yesterday. Other members present were—Very Rev. Canon MCafferty, P.
NEW YORK Fresh Russian armies from Khakov and the Crimea were last night standing on the strong defences of the Dnieper’s Eastern bank and the belief was expressed in London that Marshal Budyenny’s adroit strategy had safely withdrawn the bulk of bis forces and their equip; ment
A British Middle East communique yesterday stated; “At Tobruk there has been heavy enemy shellfire in one sector of the defences. Our own artillery obtained many direct hits on parties of the enemy. “In the Western Desert the situation has remained unchanged."
Regulations Sweeping Home Office The British Home Office has made new regulations for controlling Irish labour and passenger traffic to Britain. All Irish citizens, except professional men and agricultural workers coming Into the United Kingdom from the Twenty-Six Counties after