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Wednesday. Mann FARR

Wednesday. Mann FARR

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January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1 TANNIR,

1 TANNIR,

TANNIR, January 20. 1981. dearly-beloved wife of the late Hugh Tanner. Very deeply regretted by bar Grandson Hugh and Wife Roberta. her Granddaughter Aileen. Husband Norman end Family. The Lord Is my Shepherd. TANNIN. MARGARET January 20, 1981. Very deeply regretted by her Nieces
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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LINEUP for the yvertan Church's anti• ,ganda trip to the US May has been right-strong team, will be led by Dr. Weir. will spend three in the US publicising lurk of the Church the troubles. decision to send a on was taken at last General Assembly ose from concern wrong impression
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
`All clear' for talks in steel survival plan BRITAIN'S biggest steel union has given its members the all-clear to talk

`All clear' for talks in steel survival plan BRITAIN'S biggest steel union has given its members the all-clear to talk

with the British Steel Corporation on its survival plan, which involves massive job losses. Last night's decision by the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation, after five hours of talks in London with BSC negotiators, clears the way for multiunion discussions on the proposals The
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Smyth meets US politicians

Smyth meets US politicians

Ve • ..•••• Our Pans week-entild from Friday, 20th February day, 23rd February, 1981, will cost only £l4B. This price includes the following: ScheduWd Hight by Bntish Am.oys Beffost/London/ Pans return. a Transfers from airport to hotel. * 3 nights room and breokfast in twin bed
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
: EST. BACK & BREAKFAST BACON

: EST. BACK & BREAKFAST BACON

74 V per lb
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Shot because of their faith

Shot because of their faith

I WAS interested to read in the "Ulster Log" about the visit of a young lady to Iran and her impression of the situation there. I was vexed to realise how the plight of some minorities is missed and a visitor does not see or hear about it. For example, a few months ago eight peo
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
How to get the best value out of fillet

How to get the best value out of fillet

NEARLY every part of a pig may be cured to produce bacon or ham, but the undercuts of the loin, the fillets, are never salted. In countries like our own or Denmark pork fillets are therefore, usually plentiful, but in countries relying on imports of bacon they're not so easy to
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Home-educated boy above average, court told

Home-educated boy above average, court told

A NINE-YEAR-OLD Portadown boy educated at home by his mother was "above average for his age limit" an educational psychologist told a juvenile court. Mr. Alexander Carse, senior clinical and educational psychologist to the RVH and formerly attached to the now defunct Belfast Edu
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
2 Lower Cehforroa Street (the entire length 01 Lower Cal forma Street)

2 Lower Cehforroa Street (the entire length 01 Lower Cal forma Street)

3 Woodford Street line entire length of Woodford Street) 4 L.me St .et (Mat Dart of Lime Street situate between its junction with Old Lodge Road and a line drawn across Lime Street from the dwiding line between Nos, 36/38 Lime Street to the dividing line between Nos. 31/33 Lime
January 21, 1981 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland