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,9 IN MEMORIAM

,9 IN MEMORIAM

ROSINSON—Fondut memories of a dear Stepfather, died 10th December 1963 Lovingly re membered by ble Stepdaughter Slim Arnold and Orandeluld• rm. Craleaved Street. tievPr more than a thought away. toyed and remembered every day. STSVKIIIION—In memory ot our dear daughter. MURIEL A
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ON PRESS RELEASES

ON PRESS RELEASES

clpline was a matter for - the Press Council. Mr, Hawthorne, U., Central Armagh, opening the debate, said reports. such as that on the New City, should be available to M.P.s before they went to outsiders. He sought an assurance from the Minister that in future the maximum effort
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAME EDITH, TECHNICIAN IN VERSE, DIES

DAME EDITH, TECHNICIAN IN VERSE, DIES

DAME EDITH SITWELL, poet and writer, died at St. Thomas's Hospital in London last night at the age of 77. The novelist, historian, poet and individualist who had received acclaim on both aides of the Atlantic since the 'twenties died of a heart attack after being admitted to the
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILLETTS of High St., Belfast

MILLETTS of High St., Belfast

This new Ormeau Shop has been specially designed for easy selection of the full range of Ormo Christmas goods. NEW ORMEAU SHOP o r m 0 ADJOINING SU PERMAC I k NEW ORMEAU SHOP BREDA SHOPPING CENTRE
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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RN SURVEY SHIP

RN SURVEY SHIP

H.M.S. Heela, first of the three ocean survey ships under construction for the Royal Navy. will be launched on December 21 at the Scotstoun ,i y ard o. of Ltd. Blythswood Shipbuild- C
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MASS HYSTERIA' YOUTHS LEFT TRAIL OF DAMAGE

MASS HYSTERIA' YOUTHS LEFT TRAIL OF DAMAGE

TWELVE SOUTH DERRY YOUTHS, who, it was `,id, had been overcome by mass hysteria and left a trail of damage in Magherafelt on October 29, A ppeared at Magherafelt Magistrate's Court on 70 summonses for disorderly behaviour and malicious damage. ULSTER The court was told yesterday
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIP ARRIVES ON MAIDEN VOYA

SHIP ARRIVES ON MAIDEN VOYA

10 Belfast Telegraph. Thursday. December 10. 1964. The Norwegian-built motor ship. the 3,345-ton Lemoncore, arriving in Londonder to load a cargo of potatoes for the Canary Islands. Built in Bergen at a cost has more than 400,000 cubic feet of fully refrigerated hold sr on her m
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Good bacon

Good bacon

ALTHOUGH Northern Ireland is doing reasonably well on the bacon market, it is not making the impact on the trade which its long experience and farming skills entitled it to make. Mr. Andrew White, of White. Tomkins and Courage Ltd.. said this week when speaking in the Midland Ho
10 December 1964 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland