co loved son. JOB. died ifth July, MlL—gladly mired every minute of every day by your loving Mother and Father, also by your Easters Eileen. Leila, Trudy. Tilly, their Eusbends and all your Nephews and Nieces, also Brother Mee and Wife. If only we could write the words our heart
ARTT The Family of the late SAMUEL ARTT wish to thank all those who sympatlsed with them In their recent bereavement, especially the Staff of the Hospital concerned. Rev. N. L. White, those who sent floral tributes, card■ and letters of condolence and all who attended the f uner
the city. This follows an IRA RPG 7 rocket assault on the Army post at the gasworks yesterday. Explosives experts claim that had the rocket struck the gasometer the resulting explosion would probably have destroyed the Bogside and. many other Parts of the city. An Army spokesman
AT A SPECIAL court in Omagh yesterday a 19- year-old man was charged with manslaughter. Michael Sylvester Devlin, of Mullen Park. Mountfteld. was charged after a fatal accident at Striff, near Omagh on Tuesday. The body of William John Rafferty (42) of Loughnmerory. was found al
MR. CRAIG tells us that the British Government has 'let us down" and the Orange Order condemns the Assembly. May I say to Mr. Craig that the British people—those who care for the U.K. "image" and love truth and political order—feel they have been let down. The I.R A. they unders
The big beat for the big burn ... drummer Harold McDonald, of Rosebery Street, gets the pre - Twelfth festivities in East Belfast under way os, preceded by a Scottish visitor on the flute, he booms his way down Bloomfield Avenue last night.
THE REV. Martin Smyth. head of the Orange Order, said it was "remarkable that some Orangemen would appear to be willing to talk with those of opposing viewpoints but not to meet with their brethren." IT WAS Mr. Smyth, who was obviously referring to the failure of Mr. Faulkner's