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The Fuel Crisis

The Fuel Crisis

wintry weaili. increased transport diilir . interfere with wo:’; levies, to be the of the fuel crisis, but. the statentents made i . and Major I.it, u ! thn need for rigid ccnno . ,' be overcome by a conditions. Ti; , tion of electricity has . ’',': 50 per cent since the i, - wa
30 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Pe:isions for the Wounded

Pe:isions for the Wounded

A woman correspondent writes I notice that at a meeting lit' Women’s Section the Brit? 1 Legion in Birmingham, referenK was made to a stupid p--:’ ®- regulation. I think that strong adjective might have been fia ' ployed to describe the rule tiemen of the Services who after bein
30 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRANCE’S PART

FRANCE’S PART

Hopkins is believed to have told General de Gaulle that the United States would go into the conference agreed that France should have full partnership in the occupation of the Reich. A Paris despaich emphasised, however, that Hopkins did not extend invitation to de Gaulle to att
30 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INQUIRY INTO BELFAST RAIL SMASH

INQUIRY INTO BELFAST RAIL SMASH

WHEN the inquiry into the Belfast rail smash was opened yesterday it was disclosed that a signal, which worked satisfactorily for two earlier trains, failed to come " off for the train which was run into. After making several unsuccessful attempts to pull that signal off,” said
30 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE AND WANTED

FOR SALE AND WANTED

Continued from Preceding Column fUSQUASH Coat, modern style, ill splendid condition; also Child’s White Fur Coat and Hat to match.— Phillips, 58. Upper Queen StrceL Phone 21476. Ll3B PERSIAN Carpets and Rugs.— Textile Building, 9. Donegali Square South (ground floor), to a-JU (S
09 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1945

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1945

09 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HINT TO WORKERS

HINT TO WORKERS

Mi% Edmond Warnock, K.C., Minister of Homo Affairs, addresulng a joint meeting of the Greenisland Men’s and Women’s branches of the Garrick Unionist Association last night, declared that the official Labour Party In Northern Ireland was not free, but was tied to Nationalism. The
09 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGLESS OFFICER

LEGLESS OFFICER

Walked Where Car Could Not Travel WASHINGTON, Monday.—A red - haired, broad - shouldered Briton who lost both legs in the Libyan Desert fighting walked gamely a steep hill to-day to defend British policies before more than 900 wounded Americans. He was Lieut, Richard Wood, son o
09 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AID TO BUILDERS

AID TO BUILDERS

Ready-mixed Concrete Suggestion Speaking of ready-mixed concrete for builders, Mr. Ernest Reid, M.Sc., said at a meeting last night of the Northern Ireland Association of the Institution of Civil Engineers that were it available the certainty of demand created commercial possibi
09 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUMPED FROM ROOF

JUMPED FROM ROOF

Inquest on Vice-Admiral A verdict that he took hia life when the balance of hia mind was disturbed, was returned at an inquest at Southwark (London) yesterday Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir George Precce. After saying to a nurse who was trying to reach him, ��You can do .nothing, nurs
09 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland