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ANOTHER CECIL GOLDEN 'ASSET' I Newbury

ANOTHER CECIL GOLDEN 'ASSET' I Newbury

BURNABY 2 00 DIVINO SANTI 2 30 PAUL DIVER 3 00 SUPER ASSET (nap) 3 30 HUTTON LAD 4 00 LUMEN 30 !MUNGER RICHARD ONSLOW 2 00 DIVINO SANTI 2 30 PAUL DIVER 3 00 SUPER ASSET (nap) 3 30 HUTTON LAD ♦ 00 McADAM 4 30 (MUNGER TV sec 2 2 30 3 00 3 30 & 4 00 ^ 00 TWALI MAIOOI IMAM IN* midst
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
home for Alan Dicks

home for Alan Dicks

ALAN DICKS, is a remarkable survivor in the most insecure, cut-throat of the modern-day rat races soccer management. The genial Bristol City boss has just celebrated his 12th anniversary in the Ashton gate hot seat, ye ell aware that during his long tenancy, nearly 400 of his co
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
By Jim Gracey

By Jim Gracey

teams travelling abroad, but a stage has been reached inhere to realise our true potential, we must compete against the top rated nations like West Germany Lorraine is regarded as one of our best international hopes and experience gained at this level can only help improve her s
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tonight's European Cup tie at Parkhead McGRAIN PLAYS By Malcolm Brodie

Tonight's European Cup tie at Parkhead McGRAIN PLAYS By Malcolm Brodie

SCOTTISH international full-back Danny neGrain, sidelined last week-end with injury, was today passed fit to lead Celtic in the first leg of their European Cup second round first leg tie against League of Ireland champions Dundalk, at Parkhead tonight. And for McGrain it will be
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Forecast for tonight and tomorrow Cloudy with occasional rain and hill fog for much of the night. Sunny intervals and

Forecast for tonight and tomorrow Cloudy with occasional rain and hill fog for much of the night. Sunny intervals and

scattered showers tomorrow. Temp. a little above normill. Min. 8C; max. 13C. Wind south to south-east, fresh or strong. Outlook for Friday Some rain or showers, but also bright spells; rather windy with temps. up to normal. The Moon First Quarter, October 28. Lighting-up Time 8.
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ArdPeamcmars 15oz

ArdPeamcmars 15oz

24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Home ownership is taking off in the Falls THE number of home occupation more owners in the Falls area of

Home ownership is taking off in the Falls THE number of home occupation more owners in the Falls area of

dramatically evident than Belfast has soared in the Falls Housing dramatically, according to Action areas." Mr. Erskine Holmes, Doubled director of the Northern Ireland Federation of Owner occupation in the Housing Associations. Cavendish housing action Today he officially area
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
108 IN MEMORIAM

108 IN MEMORIAM

ANDERSON. LILY Cherished memories of my darling Daughter called Home October 24. 1974 Remembered every day by her mother. Nary Anderson. 6 Knocknagorwiy Grove. Gone and forgotten by %owe you may be but close to ray heart you will always be ANDERSON. LILY iiirst Anniversaryi In l
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
11-1 PUNIIAL SiltVlaS

11-1 PUNIIAL SiltVlaS

MOWN • Or IBILIMST The Funeral Directors SOO Plewtownarde Ran Trl Deliert 51031. also et 535 Rood. Tee. SO 'WI CRAWFORD. ROBLRT JOH% The Wife and Family of the late Bobbie ( r•wford wish to thank stoat sincerely the many Mind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in th
24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
11-I FUNERAL SERVICES

11-I FUNERAL SERVICES

24 October 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland