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It the come In so bad. to pay

It the come In so bad. to pay

It the come In bad. to pay One To-day v everywhere Ireland will Vjpr many the , far.from happy owners of shops, IOS houses and inn. mines, all which are expected pencil and 1 to show Increases In valuation. must give him no excuse to use Hie Commissioner of Valuation it. But neve
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEALTH SERVICE CRITICISED

HEALTH SERVICE CRITICISED

TN the opinion of Dr. lan D. Grant, of Glasgow, the new A president of the College of General Practitioners, Britons were never so disease, drug and hospital conscious now. The general practitioner, he pointed out in lecture published In "The Practitioner” to-day. had never had
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miss Ruth Draper found dead in flat Mlu Ruth Draper, the diseuae, was found dead In her New York fiat

Miss Ruth Draper found dead in flat Mlu Ruth Draper, the diseuae, was found dead In her New York fiat

yesterday, apparently the victim of heart attack. She was 67. Mias Draper, who played several times at the Grand Opera House, Belfast, was a “one woman theatre.” She appeared on stage alone and without scenery. Well known on the London stage, she appeared by Royal command at Win
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“Supreme individualist”

“Supreme individualist”

She achieved dominance—and maintained It—in' solo perfior-- manees of sketches and monologues which she wrote herself. She was once called the ‘‘supreme individualist” of the theatre on both side of the Atlantic. Among her most famous sketches were “At English Houseparty,” “In C
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
i Krai id- n s fr#m LDO ill Town & Country towns, rather than face the problems which immigrants meet

i Krai id- n s fr#m LDO ill Town & Country towns, rather than face the problems which immigrants meet

In overcrowded places like Toronto and Montreal. He munldpej secretary - treasurer in North Battleford Saskatchewan, which has a population about 10,twin Belfast he was in the printing trade, and followed his calling for some years after going to Caniw in 1945. His decision to e
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Gienavon and Linfield still joint league leaders

Gienavon and Linfield still joint league leaders

GLENAVON and Linfield continue as joint leaders in the Irish League, and Coleraine, beaten 4-0 by Glenavon, afc»Lurgan on Saturday, have dropped below Ards and Glentoran. Linfleld recovered just in time from shock at Windsor Park to beat Portadown 3-2, and Glentoran, after being
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CROSS-CHANNEL RESULTS

CROSS-CHANNEL RESULTS

League— Division I—Birmingham 2, Burnley 0; Blackpool 0 Aston Villa Cardiff City 2. Preston N E. 3: Charlton A. 3, Sunderland 2; Chelsea 1. Leeds United 1; Manchester C. 3. Luton T. 2; Newcastle U. 1, Sheffield W. 2; Portsmouth 1. Manchester U. 3: Tottenham H, 4, Bolton W. 0; We
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIVATE SECRETARY Required by Man Ming Director ot Urge If eat concern. had previous experience Secreteriaf duties. nnt-elus position for

PRIVATE SECRETARY Required by Man Ming Director ot Urge If eat concern. had previous experience Secreteriaf duties. nnt-elus position for

applicant with soceasary qualifications. Write, stating experience, he. (In strict confidence), to XI4UO, News-Letter.
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£l9| 5 b 5 Mania Estate* £Stid 7 2 3 McCaw B*o Prel. ... 14 9 6 15 7

£l9| 5 b 5 Mania Estate* £Stid 7 2 3 McCaw B*o Prel. ... 14 9 6 15 7

5 Mania Estate* £Stid 7 McCaw B*o Prel. ... 6 15 u»ab;. Kally Milligan a North ol I. Paper 9 13 1U 0 00. Praf. Valcanite Do Praf. 15/71 769 50/- 10 0 ... £6{ 10 18 2 ... £5 0 612 10 5 5 Interim dividend reduced and director* think final will alio be reduced. SPINNING ana TEXTILES
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“COMMONSENSE PRECAUTIONS” ADVISED BY MINISTRY

“COMMONSENSE PRECAUTIONS” ADVISED BY MINISTRY

TELEVISION is not injurious to children's eyes provided conunonsense precautions are taken, states Ministry of Education report on “The health of the school child,” published to-day. It quotes ophthalmologists’ conclusions Woman was lost six hours on misty moors Mrs. Joan Worral
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland