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More grounds allowed for compensation

More grounds allowed for compensation

HOME AFFAIRS Minister Mr. Craig has accepted an amendment to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Bill which will increase the grounds for compensation. The amendment was put forward in the Commons yesterday by Mr. Tom Boyd. Lab., Pottinger. He asked for the deletion of the sectio
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
– – BELFAST Open To-night till 8-30 p.m.

– – BELFAST Open To-night till 8-30 p.m.

- - BELFAST Open To-night till 8-30 p.m. MOUNTJOY SERVICE STATION Derry Road, Omagh Phone 2443
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BETTER OFF FAILING EXAMINATIONS'

BETTER OFF FAILING EXAMINATIONS'

IT WOULD be more rewarding for a student nurse in Northern Ireland seeking employment to fail her exams rather than pass them, a member of the Confederation of Health Service Employees 1 said to-day. 1 Mr. Harry Kay. clinical' instructor in the City Hospital. speaking at the Con
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Telegraph, Thundirfr 7 IS. me ee -end SPECIALS

Belfast Telegraph, Thundirfr 7 IS. me ee -end SPECIALS

15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Big English bid at Balmoral

Big English bid at Balmoral

By W. D. Morrow, agricultural editor presented by the Irish Hereford Breeders' Association for the best animal, to be won three times, not necessarily in succession. before becoming the property of the exhibitor. B A II lii . , ti FEATURI •.*
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Tell-tale glasses

Tell-tale glasses

BY EXAMINING a pair of spectacles, Sherlock Holmes once deduced a lot about their ownerbut even he could have got a few tips in this line from an interesting booklet. - The Seeing World." issued free by the Optical Information Council. Aldwych House. Aldwych. London, WC2. Its 31
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Pick a Chubb. The burglar

Pick a Chubb. The burglar

;wont Don't encourage the burglar by using the kind of locks he laughs at. It's not only your front door that needs protection : most I break-ins are made at the back. And homes I are especially prone to 'back-door burglaries' during the winter. Your home needs all! round protec
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ow 121-1 WOODSTOCK RD. Ph... Belfast 59052 1968 SERVIS SUPER TWIN S gives you reliability end economy. GOWDY'S GIVE YOU

Ow 121-1 WOODSTOCK RD. Ph... Belfast 59052 1968 SERVIS SUPER TWIN S gives you reliability end economy. GOWDY'S GIVE YOU

reliability, service and economy of price. And AN UNEQUALLED AFTER-SALES SERVICE Just look! LB4-5-11 for 69 Gns. Servis Do Luxe Only 59 Gns.
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PICTUREDROME leaitt 11°,1

PICTUREDROME leaitt 11°,1

PICTUREDROME Thurs.. Fr:.. Sat. _ 3erbert Loon, Mylene DemongeOt UNCLE TOM'S CABIN (Colour. 3-05, 8-0 (Sat. 2-IS) Full Supporting Programme. REX WOODSTOCK ROAD Weil.. Thur, , •od Taclor, Trevor Howard. Jill St. John—THl LIQUIDATOR (Technicolor) 6-0. 8-45. Also OUNFIGHTER OP CASA
15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DANCING

DANCING

15 February 1968 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland