Troops Seize Guns and Loot in IT.S Zone NEW YORK. Monday—Half aj million U.S. troops arrested more than 80,000 people and searched every house in the American occupation zone of Germany during the week-end, according to an Associated Press report from Frankturt-orThe'troops troo
Sir W. Hungerford Not a Candidate (By Our Political Correspondent) Sir Wilson Hungerford, former Government Chief Whip who was defeated in the Oldparlc Division of Belfast, will not be a candidate for one of the seats in the Senate. He told me yesterday that he was not going for
New Houses Now Exempt The Eire Government issued an order last night exempting from rent control houses and flats erected or reconstructed .since February, 1944. The reason for the order is the increased cost of material since that date which would render rent control uneconomic
Water Polo—A strong Ulster water polo team defeated Leinster team by gohls to 2 at Blackrock. The Ulster scorers were;-Lowry (3), M'Crory, Bell. M-Clalchey and M Cartney; a Leinster player scored the other goal, putting the ball through his own goal by mistake. Racehorse Retires
THOMPSON— July 28. 1945. D.A.C.W. la Marjorie Thompson, W.A.A.F., daughter of Mrs. F. O. Thompson, ■ ■ Myrtlefteld Park, Belfast, and the ' William Thompson. BIRTHS EGG INTON—JuIy 29, 1945. at Miss i.b's Nursing Home, to Hilary, wife Frank Egginton—a daughter. LOGAN— July 24, 19
EMPIRE (Sat* 194th Edition of the Amarlnfl Revue: “COME TO THE SHOWI" Guest Artists—TANlA SISTERS and ANTON < I nternational Dancing Start), JOAN LOUANNE, JOSIE McAULIFFE, ROWAN and WALLACE. BROADCAST on WEDNESDAY, 8-30—9 p.m. Bookino 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Phone 24833 THE "BIG TOP"
Withdrawal From Circulation The Bank of England stated last night that the Danish Government have announced the withdrawal from circulation on July 23. 1945, of all Danish banknotes dated 1943, or earlier. Arrangements have been made whereby holders in the United Kingdom who wis