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LOOSE Covers made. fitted by experts, from £6 10s per suite; Cur tains. Pelmets to order; estimates free.-Phone 22538. Albion

LOOSE Covers made. fitted by experts, from £6 10s per suite; Cur tains. Pelmets to order; estimates free.-Phone 22538. Albion

59. Dover Street. RE-UPHOLSTERY—Three-piece Suites Repaired, Re-covered; best quality moquette, tapestry; modern designs available: moderate charges; estimates free. Phone 22538. Albion, 59, Dover Street.
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING

SHIPPING

Court Cuuard 20/10 I2 —3d Furness 55/6 —3d Liner Holdings 39/6 —3d Reardon 38/9 —3d Silver 26/6 *-6d
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPERIENCED General Foreman required for public works building contract in Belfast: applicants must have experience in this position and fully

EXPERIENCED General Foreman required for public works building contract in Belfast: applicants must have experience in this position and fully

capable of controlling all work on site: generous terms suitable applicant,—Apply, in confidence, to D. R. Martin & Sons. Ltd.. Whitehouse. Belfast FEMALE Assistant required foi Groce* y. Must have good experience. —Apply Hamel Stores, Hamel Drive, Crtgagh POLICE. G.P.U . Nuisln
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Situations Wanted Domestic

Situations Wanted Domestic

09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURZON Judy Canand & Frank Morgan THE WIZARD OF OZ at 1-55. 5-30. 9-0 Also Leslie Caron & Michael Wilding

CURZON Judy Canand & Frank Morgan THE WIZARD OF OZ at 1-55. 5-30. 9-0 Also Leslie Caron & Michael Wilding

THE GLASS SLIPPER
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“Main artery”

“Main artery”

He opened his talk by saying that for Britain the canal had always been the main artery to and from the Commonwealth, bringing us the supplies we and they needed. To many other nations throughout the world It had become the bearer of a traffic In ever-growing volume. The world's
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADY TEMPLER MEETS TROOPSHIP

LADY TEMPLER MEETS TROOPSHIP

Advice to soldiers’ wives Lad- Templer, wife of Ulsterborn General Sir Gerald Templer, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, a key figure In Britain's precautionary military moves over the Suez crisis, was at Southampton yesterday to meet the troopship Dunera <12,615 tons), which
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Propaganda

Propaganda

“We welcomed that, but Instead of meeting us with friendship. Colonel Nasser conducted a vicious propaganda campaign against our country. He has shown he Is not man who can be trusted to keep an agreement“ And now he has torn up all his country's promises towards the Suez Canal
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“Interests of all”

“Interests of all”

" it Is Just this—that the Canal must be run efficiently and kept open, as it always has been in the past, as free and secure International waterway for the ships of all nations. it must be run in the Interests not of one country but of all. In our view this can only be secured
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLUB REPORTS

CLUB REPORTS

Donaghadee—Open mixed foursomes, 18 holes bogey—Winners. Miss P. Moir A. M'Mlllen (33 points): runners-up, Mrs. R. M D. Coulter and A. Taylor (31 points). Royal Portru«h —Town Cup—Final— M. Edwards (1) beat S. E. Bingham (10) 3 and 1. Best gross prize—Jack- Taggart, 2, M. Edward
09 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland