accompanists, Misses Margaret Hill and Mavis Cousley as soloists. The programme was arranged by Mis.; Lucy Riddell and Miss Edith Witter,. The choir was thanked. on behalf of the patients, by Mr. John Henderson.
probltm. whan it wifi not be LLmtT THOSE MOVIE , GOT. AF3WI H-ADr £RMINF'WW»»-7 ||| PEOPLE NOW-1 mention. My correapondent Edith Summertkill, Parliamentary l lers^ what the jmsition Secretary to the Minister I lined injury* an snow-bound tests, but her
December 14, 1949 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
subsidies on bacon, meat and tea was to be increased following tne increase in the weekly ration of these commodities. Dr Edith Summerskill. Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food—The total extra cost in 1949-50 Is estimated to be £5,400.000
to prevent the Northern Ireland fruit grower from bring completely deprived "j hie market owing to foreign competition. Dr. Edith Suiiimerskill. Parliainentarv Secretary the Ministry, replied that the apple crop in Northern Ireland was almost entirely composed
prevent i the Northern Ireland fruit grower from being completely deprived of his market owing to foreign competition?” Dr. Edith Summerskill. Parliamentary Secretary. Ministry of Food, replied that the apple crop In Northern Ireland was almost entirely
Food Ministry and Mr. Strachey’s deputy, will aide attend instead and possibly tell them the inside stoiy of hei Iced- pcopl Edith Suiumer Secretary |»inr< re <pi ufl for Nfri it known that . hail a ialk with Sir Donald I’rrrolt, Dri'n, - . Chairman "f the
Daughter. William and Beatrice. Resting where no shadows fall. STEWART— December 10. 1949. her home. Main Street. Kintoim. Edith Louisa, dearly loved wife of William R. Stewart. Funeral p.m. to-day (Monday). House private. Dee-plv rpg:rettp«l her sorrowing
to-day • Monday), 12lh Inst., to Dundonald Cemetery. Deeply regretted. STEWART—December 10. nt her home. Main Street, Flntona. Edith Louisa, dearly-loved wife of William H. Stewart. Funeral 2 in. to-day • Monday). Deeply regretted her sorrowing Husband and
o,irn * ®ke has assistance from Robert Preston as her husband and Stephen McNally gambler in chief bnt not quite clear how Edith Barrett came to blamed for all tfiat went on—it would most likely take another Aim to explain that. C6rintlll6ll—“ Apache Rose"
December 12, 1949 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland