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ROLLS ... ROYCE HERO ENGINE DIVISION RUM NORTHERN IRELAND invite applications for the post of PROGRESS CHARGE-HAND at their Dundonald

ROLLS ... ROYCE HERO ENGINE DIVISION RUM NORTHERN IRELAND invite applications for the post of PROGRESS CHARGE-HAND at their Dundonald

Factory. Applicants will be experienced in progi,,„ , in on engineering jobbing shop and hove knowledge of the control o and supervising of progress staff. Applicants should preferably be between 30-40 yecii aye, Northefrt Ireland and bye within the Belfast area. Applications, w
22 October 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Salesgirl required. 20 rears or o•c , Salesgirl. 20 sears or required ler Herbal and Food Stem No esperornck nets

Salesgirl required. 20 rears or o•c , Salesgirl. 20 sears or required ler Herbal and Food Stem No esperornck nets

sa. y. C 7 Write in first InStanr. W. WOOD & SON 155 Alberthtidee RooA, Belfast 5.
22 October 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
S TC SECRETARY The Plant Manager of this modern telecommunication company requires a CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY It will be desirable for

S TC SECRETARY The Plant Manager of this modern telecommunication company requires a CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY It will be desirable for

you to hove good shorthand and typewriting speeds. it will be an advantage if your formal education is equivalent to Senior Certificate or G.C.E. standard. It is hoped that you can be tactful but firm in dealing with people and situations. return we offer attractive salary, non-
22 October 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPERIENCED LADY CLERK (aged 25-35) required for largo Engineering Works in Belfast. Single or widowed. Five-day week. Contemn facilities. Geed

EXPERIENCED LADY CLERK (aged 25-35) required for largo Engineering Works in Belfast. Single or widowed. Five-day week. Contemn facilities. Geed

prospects. Apply BOX Pt 22.
22 October 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOUTHERLY GALES

SOUTHERLY GALES

REFERENCES to selfconfidence made by the Irish Prime Ministers at the week-end are in notable contrast. Captain O'Neill was speaking of the rebirth of regional development and the great significance this has had for Northern Ireland. Mr. Lemass, on the other hand, was finding it
06 June 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Family friend

Family friend

Canon C. W. Maguire, former rector of St. Simon's parish, now retired, who is a friend of the family, called at the shop but McLaughlin refused to let him in. Just before noon a head constable and a doctor went Into the shop and left a short time afterwards. McLaughlin's father,
06 June 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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diocalm PON TH* CONTPIOL OP

POP NEWS le festered every week the Week-and treked's A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR AMATEUR ARTISTS! The Belfast Telegraph is pleased to associate itself with the Irish School of Landscape Painting in offering a Scholarship worth ElOO entitling the outstanding amateur artist of 19
06 June 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEMNR? lwillr1ll1!

MEMNR? lwillr1ll1!

06 June 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RMMES dPIPIIIt-SMW

RMMES dPIPIIIt-SMW

RMMES CHEW a Ramie ter quick valid, because only Rennies contain a carefully-balanced combination of the quickest, safest, most effective antacids. SUCK a Rennie for lasting relid. As you suck a Rennie the antacid mixes with your saliva and drip by drip enters your stomach .. . a
06 June 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
15,000 workers laid off because of 60 guerilla Strikers 5 CAR PLANTS ARE STOPPED BY LEAPFROG STRIKES

15,000 workers laid off because of 60 guerilla Strikers 5 CAR PLANTS ARE STOPPED BY LEAPFROG STRIKES

FIVE STANDARD Triumph car factories in Coventry, Birmingham and Liveryool, were shut down to.day because of guerilla strikes by 60 men. Nearly 15,000 workers at thegroup's factories have been laid off and production losses this week are expected to run to thousands of cars. The
06 June 1966 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland