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NUGENT—December 28. 1956, «t her residence, 2. Windsor Park, Emilie, beloved wile ot Herbert Nugent. House and funeral private. PALMER—December

NUGENT—December 28. 1956, «t her residence, 2. Windsor Park, Emilie, beloved wile ot Herbert Nugent. House and funeral private. PALMER—December

29. 1956 (suddenly). at his residence. Dundesert House. Crunilin. John, dearly-loved elder sou of Maud and the late Samuel Pauner, and brother of Wylie and Hilda. Funeral to Crumlin Presbyterian Churchyard to-day (Monday), at 1 p.m. House private. No flowers. PEPPER The Manageme
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SINK UNITS ALL TYPES AND SIZES CENTRAL MERCHANTS . LTD., 5. UPPER QUEEN STREET, BELFAST

SINK UNITS ALL TYPES AND SIZES CENTRAL MERCHANTS . LTD., 5. UPPER QUEEN STREET, BELFAST

31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISHAP TO CUNARD SHIP

MISHAP TO CUNARD SHIP

There has been no report any damage to the 34,000-ton cruise Imer Caronia which struck a buoy when leaving the Mersey for trials on Thursday night, Cunard spokesman said on Saturday. The liner, due to leave Liverpool for York and a world doliarearning cruise next Wednesday was i
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOMAN’S VIEW

WOMAN’S VIEW

Valuable service It is almost scheme such as this, offering valuable service, should be left with practically nothing to do, especially when the helpers are all so willing to do something useful. When I spoke recently to Mrs. S. M. A. Lowry, hon. secretary the panel, she said th
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Private practice

Private practice

"We must,” Dr. Grant emphasised, “strive to remove the National Health Service from the sphere of party polities. . .so long the health of the nation is used vote-catching instrument the politicians, so long we, as doctors, must feel that are mere pawns in the game of political
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
12 HOSPITAL BEDS VACANT

12 HOSPITAL BEDS VACANT

£1,500 needed to put them into commission Acknowledgment of the Northern Ireland Hospitals Authority’s co-operation and assistance during the year was expressed at the final meeting of the present North Down Hospital Management Committee, in Newtownards on Saturday. In the cours
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEARER MILK

DEARER MILK

Sir—The rise of halfpenny per pint announced in your columns to-day is a poor sort New Year’s gift and la bound to militate against the success of the Drink More Milk campaign, which, no doubt costs a tidy sum, and is intended to let us know how we can greatly benefit our health
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAIDERS BLOCKED ROADS TO PREVENT PURSUIT

RAIDERS BLOCKED ROADS TO PREVENT PURSUIT

POLICE constable was killed when armed raiders threw a bomb at Derrylin R.U.C. Station, 11 miles from Enniskillen, last night It was the second attack on the station within three weeks. The explosion blew in the front door of the station, and volleys of machine-gun and rifle fir
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SMITH'S Livestock Sales ULSTER'S LEADING PROVINCIAL BEEP SALES. Another exceptionally heavy entry of FAT lULLOCKS, HEIFERS and COWS For TUESDAT.

SMITH'S Livestock Sales ULSTER'S LEADING PROVINCIAL BEEP SALES. Another exceptionally heavy entry of FAT lULLOCKS, HEIFERS and COWS For TUESDAT.

JANUARY 1, AT ((harp). BuUkm SUtftn art •sand of • good mhetiom or too Quality Cottle. GEORGE SMITH fr SON. AmtMmutrs tad Livestock Salesmen, ANN STREET. DUNGANNON
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Colltgians wooMd

Colltgians wooMd

Old Wesley 6, Collegians Old Wesley adopted temporary new look" for their match against Collegians at Donnybrook, turning out in green jerseys, in deference to the Belfast team’s dark blue, but the change availed them little for they were beaten by a goal, a penalty goal and try
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland