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WAR FILMS AT 7

WAR FILMS AT 7

Ministry of Information Meeting ADMISSION FREE •etetKUMiiiiiiitiiiimimtiMMnmiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiMmiiiit; I YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONVENTION | ASSEMBLY HALL, February 3—ll PRAYER MEETINGS : Each FRIDAY in JANUARY, at the = HOSTEL, HOWARD ST„ at 7-45. i : Leader Next Friday: : Kcv. F. R. GI
17 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOVIET PROGRESS

SOVIET PROGRESS

12-Mile-Decp Defences Breached Marshal Zhukov’s troops, in the new offensive, have broken through a 12-miles-deep German defence system, said the supplement to last night’s Soviet communique.— Reuter.
17 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FACTORY HORNS

FACTORY HORNS

Sir —Every morning in East Belfast we have to listen to an atr raid siren, used as mill or factory horn, at 8 a.m., 8-5 a.m. and 8-10 a.m. It is most unpleasant, especially to women, after five years of association of this noise with air raids. These repeated signals seem most u
17 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Holland

Holland

New Drive North-West of Aachen KEY TOWN CAPTURED IN THE ARDENNES BRITISH troops attacked yesterday morning north of the Dutch town of Sittard-18 miles northwest of Aachen. The attack was made between the Maas and jßoer rivers in an easterly direction towards the Roer. Its streng
17 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY

AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY

Ulster Workers and the Pay-off Further consideration of the position arising from the payingoff of workers in the Northern Ireland aircraft industry was given last night by delegates representing the Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions and the Amalgamated Engine
17 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHESS All communications in reference to this column should be addressed to the Chess Editor. Solutions Problems are invited and

CHESS All communications in reference to this column should be addressed to the Chess Editor. Solutions Problems are invited and

will be duly acknowledged. All queries requiring reply through the post should be accompanied by a stamped addressed envelope. Problem No. 334 t—By E. M. Hasaberg Black—s men.
17 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLATS AND APARTMENTS

FLATS AND APARTMENTS

FURNISHED APARTMENTS LET, DUNGANNON. —E4, News-Letter. PARTMENTS, Houses. Flats wanted •tL all districts.—Howard Accommodation Bureau, 26, Howard Street, FURNISHED Flat wanted, Malone; 3 busyiess ladies. —Howard Bureau. IriURNISHED House wanted. Co. Down line or Knock-Belmont. H
02 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOK SALE AND WANTED

FOK SALE AND WANTED

DnfWO LIBRARIES AND SMALL DUUNO COLLECTIONS PURCHASED Call. Phone 34910. or Write: HUGH GREER. CalheJru! Hoot Store, IS, Street. Belfast SELL YOUR JEWELLERY And other Valuables to JOSEPH KAVANAGH, 48. SMITHFIELD MARKET. Satisfied Patrons are my best advertising medium.
02 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAROON BERET

MAROON BERET

Field Marshal Proud to Wear it Field Marshal Montgomery has been appointed Colonel Commandant of the Parachute Regiment. Thus he will be able to wear the maroon beret of the regiment. He says that he will regard it as a great honour to do so. In a personal message of greetings t
02 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ulster News in Briet

Ulster News in Briet

Cripples’ Institutes.—At a Christmas entertainment in the Cripples’ Home, Bangor the Mayor of Bangor (Mr. Walter Malcolm) presiding—a number of the children, contributed to the programme. Afterwards Father Christmas handed a gift to every child. gift of a savings stamp was sent
02 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland