Mr. Butler's purpose was at once both political and economic. Many have doubted whether it could succeed and whether the United Kingdom, bedevilled by every manner of Internal and external problem In the ten post-war years, could inspire a p r o.g ram m e so imaginative and obje
start Now. In fewer than Ten years from the start. Britain tells the world that she has enough fissile material for all foreseeable civil and military purposes for ten year? ahead. The first atomic power station Is nearly built at Calder Hall In Cumberland, the second Is begun at
Street, Belfast, were each fined £125 at Crumlin petty sessions yesterday on charges of dealing in 15,000 uncustomed cigarettes and £25, on charges of dealing In 4 cwt. 3 qrs. 26 lb. of uncustomed butter. Corrigan, for whom Mr. J. P. Toner, solicitor, appeared, pleaded guilty, a
committee. was only lost lime holding a meeting of the school committee, he were 21 applicants for the position of headmaster and the Cookstown Secondary fntermedlate School Committee had interviewed six of them. They submitted three names to the County Committee The school will
EIRE Westminster questions At Westminster yesterday Mr. S. Hastings (Lab., Barking) asked the Minister of Food to what extent horse meat was Imported from Eire and what steps he was taking to encourage this traffic to replace the import of live horses for slaughter. Dr. Charles
preliminary notice to CREDITORS. Mrs. EMILY CONSTANCE JAN® READE, Flat 3. The Moat, Strandtown, Belfast. Widow, Deceased. Persons having any Claims A or Demands against the Estate of the above Deceased are hereby rrqusatod to furnish particulars thereof forthwith (in wrltmEl to
Situated at Junction of Street and Castlereagh Road. Approximately 1.500 sq. ft. Very reasonable price for quick Sale, Ground Rent, £lO. For further particulars apply— BLESSINGTON. FAIR & CO., Estate Agents. 43, Howard Street, Belfast. Phone 25635 (3 lines).