The to meet Leinster at Pickie Pool. Bangor, on Saturday, J. Murray (Clonard). P. Farrelley (Clonard). P M'Parland (Clonard). A. Gailey (Bangor), W. J. A. Lowry (Wellingtin). F. Parkcs (Wellington), C. Young (Neptune), capt.
already had potential bookings for two conferences, one with over 2,000 delegates and the other with more than 500. The Council had to make decisions even if they were unpopular in some quarters. A hall seating 750 with an annexe for 250 would meet the needs of the town which wa
A report on the revision of the rents of Council houses will be submitted to the Council by the borough treasurer as soon possible. He had been instructed to prepare the report when the new Housing Ac*, was passed, but he has now been told to ahead without waiting for the new Ac
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the Estate of the above-named, who died on 15th October, 1956. are requested to sen a particulars thereof (in writing) forthwith to the undersigned solicitors for the Executors. Dated the 18th October. 1956. CLEAVER. FULTON & RANKIN. 62. Wellington Place. Belfast.
Davey. who visited Italy dur ing the summer, is gifted and arresting speaker. He will compare his recent impressions with those of previous visits, from the point .of view of a widely travelled and experienced Christian observer. Anthem by Y.M.C.A. Choir: *• Deum in B. Flat (Sta