Fitt's drive to aid forgotten SDLP LEADER Mr. Gerry Fitt to-day began a campaign to win Government action for what he described as "the forgotten people" of Northern Ireland the disabled and chronically sick. Mr. Fitt. MP for West Belfast, has tabled almost 30 questions to Ulster
TAKE A BOW, the Blemish Players from Ballymena. They've just won the British one-act drama festival the second Ulster society to do so in successive years. Last year the trophy went to the Clarence Players and the Slemish group ensured its return to the province and consolidated
I am kept fairly busy seeking to help people find accommodation, many of whom would be thankful to find a one or two bedroom house, never mind a tenbedroom one. And the only "hunting" many of these folk can engage In is around the shops looking for the best value. I am as good a
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THERE is no doubt a bank strike puts a great strain on human nature. It's a bit like being allowed an unsupervised visit to Fort Knox with an assurance that no one will frisk you on the way out. Even though the strike by the 10.000 members of the Irish Bank Officials Association
Down. Documents may be obtained et Room 905, Floor 9, Churchill House, Victoria Square, tolfeef STI 40W. Tenders will Ise received up to 3 p.m. on 30th July, 197 b. The Department Is net bound to acsopt the lowed or any tender.