Ward l.lorke & Co 3-15. Play. The End of a Childhood IW 'Pilot’s Point " bv Leila MacKinlav. Rill*)- Contemporary Music; Edith tid not y Sitwell and Constant Lambert lapeakera). Miscellaneous Mary and Geraldine Pcppln (two pianos). ‘Art and * Industry
uveniles, were charged betore 1,. Price, D.J., at Bray District Court on Friday with breaking and entering the caravan of Mrs. Edith Moss, North Strand. Bray and stealing property valued £3B, and also with breaking and entering the Wicklow Arts (Ltd.) factory
December 10, 1949 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
Court yesterday for breaking into the house Andrew B’air, Upper Mervue rtreet. and sieaUn- watch and chain, valued at 10s. Edith Turkington (32). of no fixed abode, was put on probation for 12 months for receiving the • Hides, which, it was alleged, she
of Mother, died 10th December. 1947; also Father. 2nd July, 1947.-Remembered always by her Daughter and Orandson and Wile. Edith and Bill Barton. WATSON-In cherished memory of our dear son. Titoism Gowan, died 10th December, 1043. -Always remembered by
Swan. Charlotte M*E. Tapgart. Patricia A. Thomas. Thomas .4 F. Todd Hubert A. Warner. Matthew .1 Wauchoh. Norman W. Weir. Edith S. Wells. Roger Whltelfy. Leonard M. Wolf, rjeorge Tounc Princes? Koysl «a? present at cabaret tea in aitl the " Not Forgotten
late I j.v.rd A Roe and Mrs. Roe. of NfCHOI A-November 2k. 1949. a Bantry t. Aubrey, only daughter Henry Dublin nursing home. Edith Nichols. and Mrs D mre. Mount Verdon. B A., of the late Jaows Nichola. Wellington Cork. i.P. (hi* city. ■ mo. isncll. late
December 10, 1949 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Swan. Charlotte WI. Taggart. Patricia A. Thomas, Thomas N. P. Todd. Hubert A. Wagner. Msttbew .1. Wanohni), Norman A P. Weir, Edith it, Wells, Roger W. Whiteley. laonard Y. Wolf George Toting GROUP THEATRE. BELFAST After 'en more performarr44 Souls' ?Vent"
Robert J. IVrry Street. Duniuymond Derek), ivcmber 22. 1940, at Homo, to Patricia wife of Dr. D. a. 390, Cregash Road Home, to Edith, •nvy. Glencoe, 111. Dolfast—a son nher U. at Honm. Eliza both, id. M.Sc.. Kilmakee, ember 2'.t. 1919, Sheffleld. to npson)
Northern Ireland Ortho pacdic Services read at a meeting of the committee of management of the Moyle and the Sir Thomas and Lady Edith Dixon Hospitals in yesterday The Ballymena branch the U.SP.C.A. Vcslerday elected the following office-bearers: President.
(514.6 and 203.5) pm.. Schubert; Robert Masters Piano Trio; Readings: Lionel Johnson’s Poetry. 7-15. Contemporary Music: Edith Sitwell and Constant Lambert (speakers), Mary and Geraldine Pcppm (two pianos). 8.8. C. Men's Chorus, and section of Pnilharmonic