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December 31, 1959 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BargaluM for Mon, Youths and Boys

BargaluM for Mon, Youths and Boys

for Mon, Youths and Boys SUITS from £5 SHIRTS (Half Rriao) from 15/- TUNIC SHIRTS (Oddmowts) from *5/- PVJAMAS, Spooial o«*r 15/- SPORTS JAOKSTS from ml- OVSROOATS AT DRASTIC YOUTHS' SUITS ... from 75/- TOWKLS FLANNELETTE SHEETS BLANKETS (All Wool) .... FURNISHINO FABRICS ... CAN
December 31, 1959 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Christmas services

Christmas services

On Christmas Day there were two celebrations of Holy Communion in the Parish Church, and' these were conducted by Rev. J. H. Hawkins and Rev. D. D. Caldwell respectively. The church had been specially decorated for the festival, and at the second service the choir san* the trans
December 31, 1959 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
0 BaUgmtmm W»*Mw T«l*>mpfc» DEATHS

0 BaUgmtmm W»*Mw T«l*>mpfc» DEATHS

BaUgmtmm W»*Mw T«l*>mpfc» DEATHS SMYTH —December 17. ISSS. at Hospital, Toronto, David, beloved husband of Lilv Smyth and eldest son of the late W. J. and B. Smyth. Ballymena.—Deeply regretted. IN MEMOKIAM FULLERTON —In loving memory of Xdear daughter, Elisabeth (Betty), died 30t
December 31, 1959 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORD ° N Tarzan’e Greatest Action-cramm«d id*«ntar€ Ttchafaaloc. JOHN WAYNE. ADELE MARS Sands Iwa Jfana

CORD ° N Tarzan’e Greatest Action-cramm«d id*«ntar€ Ttchafaaloc. JOHN WAYNE. ADELE MARS Sands Iwa Jfana

December 31, 1959 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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December 31, 1959 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUSH FOR SHOES

RUSH FOR SHOES

Biggest draw were shoes. One large shoe shop in town had to employ a doorman to control the flow of customers into the shop. "If women are lucky enough to ' find their size. they can often pur-1 chase three pairs of shoes in the sales for the price of one pair during the rest of
December 31, 1959 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Welcome to 1960 MACMILLAN NEW YEAR AIM-MORE FOR ALL THE roll of drums, fanfares of trumpets, and the skirl of

Welcome to 1960 MACMILLAN NEW YEAR AIM-MORE FOR ALL THE roll of drums, fanfares of trumpets, and the skirl of

pipes will herald in the New Year in London to-night. Most of the big hotels have "full houses" for dinner dances and cabarets which will go on well into the early hours of New Year's Day. At St. Paul's Cathedral, when there will be a watchnlght service, about 3,000 have applied
December 31, 1959 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMALGAMATION

AMALGAMATION

Colonel Smith writes that in Britain it may well be that many measures of re-organisation will prove desirable, perhaps even a degree of amalgamation of some firms engaged generally in the same clas., of work. "Now Is the time for the British shipbuilding Industry and all those
December 31, 1959 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMODITIES AND EX HANGE

COMMODITIES AND EX HANGE

STIRLING—CIosing prices on the London Foreign Exchange New York 2.79 15-16-80; Montreal 2.661 ;. Amsterdam 10.551—I; Brussels 139.78-82: Copenhagen 19.311-1,; Frankfurt 11.671-1; Lisbon 80.20-30; Milan 1737-1; Os!o 20.001—.01; Paris 13.731—;: Stockholm 14.50;-1: Vienna 72.70-73;
December 31, 1959 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland