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THIRD PROGRAMME

THIRD PROGRAMME

and Europe (talk). 7.55, Griller Str Quartet. •-10, Roger Livesey and Hermione Hannen in "Amphitryon 38 " 10.55, Poems by Edith Sitwell (recording). 11.35-11-55, The English •Lawn.
December 3, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDAY

SUNDAY

Russell; 7-55. Bartok and Beet| noven: Oriller String Quartet fr-l#. Play, Amphitryon 38 (S N Bchrmam 10-55. Facade. Poems Edith Sitwell, music Wm Walton 11*35. The Englisn Lawn, bv Geoffrey Taylor; 11-55, Clo*c Down. , TO-DAY’S ENGAGEMENTS Mission* Seamen
December 3, 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mbcr 1919. at to H**len. wife of 101, Prince town

mbcr 1919. at to H**len. wife of 101, Prince town

Bangor llatc of 4 Road. Bangor). Elizabeth widow of William John Beattie, and funeral private. Deeply her sorrowing Daughter, Edith. FAWCETT—November 30. 1949. at •/ . burn Anna long Co. Down. Esther Vloved wife of the Rev. William ■ F!«r°lt Funeral from
December 3, 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CIRLV BROCADE LINK WITH WILLIAM 111 Lisburn Compeers Operetta a Notes dOn , sad Molt et Croat tweed

CIRLV BROCADE LINK WITH WILLIAM 111 Lisburn Compeers Operetta a Notes dOn , sad Molt et Croat tweed

seperation of Tuberculosis aided the principals admirably. They Dunblane. He was descended from a were:-King's bodyguard. Edith Erskine family that stood high in the peerase of to attend, a suggestion by the assistant ar e t be pert su bm plied if In
December 2, 1949 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PERSONAL

PERSONAL

TOOTHACHE and all nerve Dane. Powders or Tablete from all chemists 3d 1 _ad ad ALWAYB for Funeral Wreaths and Wedding Bouquets. Edith Graham. P.R.R.S.. 37 Castle Lane (nest door to L-11.31.1. Phones: 33630 (2 finest. 35807. Also 119-121 O'd Lodge Road icorner
December 2, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

Friday>. at p.m., to Bangor Houae private. JORDAN— November 30. 10t9. at bis •'•ilenco. 142. Donegall Paaa. Thomas, husband of Edith Jordan, rubral to-morrow (Saturday), at 2-30 Pundonald Cemetery. House pmst*. flowers, please. Deeply : ••'ttod. Absent from
December 2, 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

notice later.—Deeply regret:ed. JORDAN—November 30. 11)43. at his residence. 142 Dancesll Pass. THOMAS, beloved husband of EDITH JORDAN Funeral to morrow 'Saturda y at 3 p.m.. to Dundon ald Cemetery. House private. No flowers. please—Deeply regretted Absent
December 2, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
property, valued -r--with breaking and entering tbei Wirklow Arts I Ad., and stealing property valued 5/-. All four were charged

property, valued -r--with breaking and entering tbei Wirklow Arts I Ad., and stealing property valued 5/-. All four were charged

entering, Aljstair Cameron (!SI), of Hallam her Miss McCallum waa not smok- and said that it was disgusting, the caravan of Airs. Edith Alossi street, London, said was intro-,ing. bliickgnardly and dastardly lienor- at North Strand, Bray, and stealing' duced
December 2, 1949 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTHERN IRELAND HOSPITALS AUTHORITY. EAST ANTRIM HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SIR THOMAS AND LADY EDITH DIXON HOSPITAL. VISITING HOURS 'V’OTICE IS

NORTHERN IRELAND HOSPITALS AUTHORITY. EAST ANTRIM HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SIR THOMAS AND LADY EDITH DIXON HOSPITAL. VISITING HOURS 'V’OTICE IS

ANTRIM HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SIR THOMAS AND LADY EDITH DIXON HOSPITAL. VISITING HOURS 'V’OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Visiting Hours will operate the Sir Thomas and Lady Edith Dixon Hospital. Cairndhu. Larne, from Ist DECEMBER, 1949
December 1, 1949 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Britain to ban food parcels from Eire DEPORTATION AT RATE OF E 1,500,000 A YEAR, SAYS F ROM January 1

Britain to ban food parcels from Eire DEPORTATION AT RATE OF E 1,500,000 A YEAR, SAYS F ROM January 1

materials. This was announced in the House of Commons yesterday by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food, Dr. Edith Sum-, merskill in a reply to Mr. J. Harrison (Labour, Nottingham East); who asked the Minister if he was aware that the illegal
December 1, 1949 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland