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RESTITUTION FOR LARCENY.

RESTITUTION FOR LARCENY.

Three young men named John Clarke and Thomas Hamilton. Francis Street, and David Greer, Larne Street, Ballymena. were charged with the larceny a quantity of cigarettes and pig meal valued £2 13s, the property of John Price. Larne Street, from a van garaged premises in Waring Str
01 February 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAIN PURPOSE OF SCHEME.

MAIN PURPOSE OF SCHEME.

The main purpose of the scheme, which is open to all boys of 16 to 18 who are physically fit a>nd desire to serve in the R.A.F.. is to provide preentry training for candidates for the Force. Boys from 15 to 16 will be eligible to join it they can be accommodated any unit without
01 February 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JANUARY 26

JANUARY 26

British Forces are reported to striking at the Italian Empire in Africa on all of the four fronts. Reinforcements. Reinforcements are reaching General Wavell’s advanced units at Derna, almost 100 miles west Tobruk. The fall of the place is expected. The advance into Eritrea cont
01 February 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MAN IN THE GAP RANDALSTOWN FARM SCENE. BILL-HOOK ATTACK STORY.

THE MAN IN THE GAP RANDALSTOWN FARM SCENE. BILL-HOOK ATTACK STORY.

01 February 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLIGHT-LIEUT. S. M‘C. BOAL.

FLIGHT-LIEUT. S. M‘C. BOAL.

He was educated at Ballymena Academy and took a prominent part in the annual school sports, being the winner of several cups, including the Caruth Cup in 1935. which went to the competitor gaining the highest number of points in the several senior events. On leaving the Academy
01 February 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HE WAS QUALIFIED.

HE WAS QUALIFIED.

Manager—We want man who can answer all sorts of questions. Applicant—That's me, sir. I’ve got eight children!
01 February 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
0 5 0 0 2 0 RATIONING OF FOOD

0 5 0 0 2 0 RATIONING OF FOOD

BALLYMENA PROSECUTIONS MOTOR INSURANCE POINT
17 May 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CUSHENDALL

CUSHENDALL

FARMERS in the Glens have, in the past two weeks, made great progress in the battle of the fields lor increased food production. Almost day and night work has been going on in the fields and a big part of the grain crop has been got in, while work is in progress in the planting
17 May 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNINSURED DRIVER.

UNINSURED DRIVER.

James Crawley, Clonard Gardens, Belfast, was summoned for driving motor-car without a licence or a policy of insurance and for having improper lights. Hugh Mooney, Beeehmount Drive. Belfast, was summoned for permitting the car to be used while uninsured. Mr. Smith defended. Cons
17 May 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NAZIS PAY DEARLY FOR LONDON RAID

NAZIS PAY DEARLY FOR LONDON RAID

Westminster Abbey Hit Thirty-three german bombers were DESTROYED BY BRITISH FIGHTERS AND ANTIAIRCRAFT DEFENCES WHEN RAIDERS, TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE FULL MOON, WERE OYER LONDON IN FULL FORCE ON SATURDAY NIGHT. The guns of the R-AJ". fighters accounted for 31, and the other two f
17 May 1941 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland