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OTHER DENOMINATIONS CITY Y.M.C.A,

OTHER DENOMINATIONS CITY Y.M.C.A,

OPENING PRAISE SERVICE Sunday 3-30. Guest Soloists: Margaret M Cready, Henry Hinds. ST. ENOCH'S CHURCH. 11-30 a m. and 7 p.m.— Rev. WM. TROTTER. B A.. B.D.
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Good entry for final hill climb (By Our Motoring Correspondent) THE last speed event to be promoted by the Ulster

Good entry for final hill climb (By Our Motoring Correspondent) THE last speed event to be promoted by the Ulster

Automobile Club this season is to-day s hill-climb at Knockagn, Co. Antrim. The meeting has attracted an exceptionally good entry 52 competitors. All these will be given a practice run up the hill, these climbs starting at 2 p.m They will be followed Immediately by the racing cl
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUGBY FOOTBALL

RUGBY FOOTBALL

Higher admission prices for internationals in Dublin Prices for admission and for stand seats Rugby internationals in Dublin are to be dearer in future. This was announced at the annual meeting of the Irish Rugby Football Union in the Shelbourne Hotel. Dublin, 'ast night. In fut
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
commemorate the occasion. Util.tASl NEW.VI.Km.Ii, SAfLIBDAY, 29, 1956 Moscow pleased Bolshoi Ballet going to London ■: . ,J __ ■

commemorate the occasion. Util.tASl NEW.VI.Km.Ii, SAfLIBDAY, 29, 1956 Moscow pleased Bolshoi Ballet going to London ■: . ,J __ ■

' | Members of the Northern Ireland Committee of the Royal College of Nursing photographed with the Princess Royal during her visit to the college yesterday. WSpr JMR. m' < At the conclusion of her visit to the Northern Ireland Headquarters of the Royal College of Nursing in Bel
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A legend

A legend

The name of Ulanova, who by general consent ranks with Pavlova and the little group of immortals of pre-first world war ballet, has become a legend throughout the artistic world. The director of the Bolshoi is enthusiastic about the visit of Sadler’s Wells to Moscow. "We think t
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEATHER

THE WEATHER

General Inference Pressure will be low to the north end high to the south of the British Isles. A cool westerly airstream will cover the British Isles and a minor trough moving rapidly east may affect some north-western districts late In the day. It will be lather cold, with bri
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Trying partner

Trying partner

J. B. Carr must be the moet trying partner in British amateur golf His partner this week has been M. Edwards, who had to recover from all kinds of places following Carr's long, but inaccurate, driving. Yesterday. Carr lost a couple of balls the first nine holes and the Irish pai
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER UNIONIST DELEGATION

ULSTER UNIONIST DELEGATION

17 to attend Conservative conference The Ulster Unionist Party will be represented by 17 delegates at the annual conference of Conservative Associations to be held in Llandudno on October 10. The list is as follows; Colonel Alan M'Klbbin, M.P.. East Belfast: Colonel W. W. B. Top
September 29, 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALTIC TRAGEDY

BALTIC TRAGEDY

Colonel dies after being swept off yacht Lieutenant-Colonel C. A. Cornell (53). of Maidstone, Kent, a resident at Flensburg, in Schleawig-Holstein, died yesterday after being rescued when he fell overboard from a yacht off the south of Zeeland. His son, Flight-Lieutenant P. E. C
July 16, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland