, HONOUR —IN MEMORIAM _] n loving memory ot officer John Acheson Ealer. t vvVR. killed in action on May ■ ;•> Father, Mother. Brother and , /ll.isvama, Ballymena. "Per V:.',V Ad Astra.” ‘V-.K Tender and happy ' Mervyn John Cameron .Pogue”), Squadron-Leader missing from Transatlan
NOTICE is hereby given that the ANNUAL MEETING of Members will be held at the Library. Donegal! Square North, Belfast, on THURSDAY, 24th May, 1945, at 11-30 a.m.. for the r pose receiving a Report and tatement of Accounts from the Governors for the year and for transacting such
Releases men and women from the Army, Navy and Air Force begins on June 18. It is estimated that 750,000 will be out the Services by the end the year, most 01 them from the Army. Mr. Ernest Bevin, Minister Labour, giving details Westminster yesterday of what he called his compre
Yugoslavs Affirm Right of Occupation BELGRADE. Wednesday.—The Belgrade Press to-day reaffirms Marshal Tito’s right to remain In occupation of Trieste and tne Istrian peninsula and vigorously attacks the Italian statement of th< Befcre leaving for Moscow air to-day. M. Vladimir P
Teicnhone Nor: Belfast 26231 (3 lines) Teleone London Central 3463 Teleiramt: Newsletter, Belfast * Newsletter, Fleet. London Weather Forecast Cloudy; local slight showers or drizzle: cool; wind north-west or north, light or moderate. „ , Further Outlook Scattered showers: cool.
“Next Move Not to France” Although the dispute in the Levant States is still simmering, a reassuring factor is the control now being exercised by both sides. Recent demonstrations have passed off without incidents. General Beynet, France’s chief executive Syria luffi the Lebanon
Defining, the Four Zones AN early joint announcement of the four-Power arrangements for the occupation of Germany is expected to result from the special missions to London and Moscow respectively of Mr. Davies and Mr. Hopkins, according to a Washington report last night. This an