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A LOW COST
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Mace : iosolurby.

Mace : iosolurby.

The envelope was very small. and the address in ehdduh scrawl, but st was the stamps that took my eye. Three penny stamps inscrtsed "Toy Town POl4 " franked and date-stamped by the Poe Office. The envelope contained a letter and a Toy Town postal order from my granddaughter. age
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A Giant U.V.0.?

A Giant U.V.0.?

This situation has produced the argument that research would be better served if all donations and subscriptions went to a central fund—a sort of gigantic which would distribute money according to the greatest and most immediate need. But I found little support for this proposit
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Mental Disorders

Mental Disorders

Considering that hospital beds occupied by mental patients nearly equal those of all other patients, it certainly seems that this branch of medical research should be much more strongly supported financially than is at present the case. But the Mental Health Research Fund, a vol
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Merseyside In A Day

Merseyside In A Day

I Lee Park C.C. Captain-elect Captain-elect at Lee Park Golf Club is Dr. Sam Canter. He is a native of Liverpool. and graduated from Liverpool University in 1928. He served as a captain in the R.A.M.C. during the war. and represented Old Swan Ward on Liverpool City Council from
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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A Picture AL Your Morro

A Picture AL Your Morro

A Picture Your Morro V I VERPOOL in (SAI, IL N. POST Is a sea slte• ray burrs. A Good 3140MPSON SLOAN SELLS NOUNS. MARITIME 1345.
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ORMSKIIIK TRADER DIES

ORMSKIIIK TRADER DIES

A shopkeeper !n the town , for 341 years, Mr. Arthur Mooremft. of 43 St anley Street. Orntsklrk, died in the Ormskirk and II Istrict General Hospital last night. He w•as 62. He and his wife, Lillianthey have one son—kept the sweets and tobacconists and 'general store at the corn
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DID NOT KNOW

DID NOT KNOW

Mr. H.. L. Lachs. for Saltsbury. who had pleaded not guilty. said he had been promised anything over £9 if he could find a market for the tyres. but he did not know they were stolen. Mr. W. H. Openshaw, the chairman, told Salisbury he had an appalling record, but the Bench had t
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NO DIRECTION

NO DIRECTION

Lord Radcliffe said that he did not think this called for a direction from him to name the official, Lord Radcliffe added that if 0 became necessary in the cour.e of the case. Mr. Hoskins should be directed to return. Mr. Hoskins denied that his articles were an attack on Lord C
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL ECHO AND EVENING EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17. 1963 go-s ow. This followed yesterday's settlement of the power station

THE LIVERPOOL ECHO AND EVENING EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17. 1963 go-s ow. This followed yesterday's settlement of the power station

men's aY dispute which came after 10e hours' bargain.' ing at the Electricity Council's London Offices when the ftve unions involved accepted the 21d an hour increase they had previously rejected. "As the unions have now made an agreement, we expect the loyal membership to accep
17 January 1963 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England