Police, RUC, halt two of the 20th October 1976 funerals of three members of the Provisional  IRA who died on 16th October 1976 when the bomb they were planting at Belfast Gasworks exploded prematurely, until Irish Tricolours are removed from the coffins. The three who died were Paul Marlowe, 32 years, Francis Fitzsimmons, 29 years, and Joseph Surgeoner, 24 years.  197610200431b<br />
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Police, RUC, halt two of the 20th October 1976 funerals of three members of the Provisional IRA who died on 16th October 1976 when the bomb they were planting at Belfast Gasworks exploded prematurely, until Irish Tricolours are removed from the coffins. The three who died were Paul Marlowe, 32 years, Francis Fitzsimmons, 29 years, and Joseph Surgeoner, 24 years. 197610200431b

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