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GOEBBEL’S BROADCAST

GOEBBEL’S BROADCAST

Dr. Goebbels, the Minister of Propaganda, announced over the wireless at 6.7 a.m. that German troops had been ordered to march into Bohemia and Moravia. The Minister of Propaganda read the official communique to the German people, and told them that the Prague wireless had asked
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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45111 EACH Rich heavy, and shadowproof. Perfect for curtains, LEWIS S CURTAIN FEAT URE FOR 1939. Fast bedspreads, cushion covers, etc. Shades include rose, rust, coloured biscuit shades in attractive border designs. All brown, blue, and a limited quantity of green. -( with a ne
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WIRRAL ELECTIONS

WIRRAL ELECTIONS

FORMER COUNCILLOR TO BECOME CANDIDATE The Echo understands that Mr. Maurice G. Jones, of Brynkir, Quarry Road West, Heswall, is to become a candidate for Heswall Ward at the forthcoming election of members for the Wirral Urban District Council, for which polling takes place on A
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
a man can k kake a kini

a man can k kake a kini

a man can a kini It may not be Leap Year but you can propose to him that when he offers you a cigarette it should be a Wills’s Gold Flake. Let him know that your taste in cigarettes is the same as his that the flavour of the fine Virginia tobaccos of which Gold Flake are made app
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
1 OUTSIZE KNICKERS

1 OUTSIZE KNICKERS

OUTSIZE KNICKERS ‘Elliot Interlock; clirectoire style; all i colours; double-gussets; unshrinkable. ■ TAILORED COATS Large assortment of well-cut, beautifully-finished COATS; tailored West-of-Englands with semi- or all-round belt; also a good choice of attractive styles in Boucle
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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IOILSILK UMBRELLAS Oilsilk Chubby Umbrellas; variety of gTyrr'J shades; handles with bangle cords. hone: 6260 Royal MENS ALL-WOOL SOCKS j

IOILSILK UMBRELLAS Oilsilk Chubby Umbrellas; variety of gTyrr'J shades; handles with bangle cords. hone: 6260 Royal MENS ALL-WOOL SOCKS j

Various fancy patterns, also plain BC"ipP g Black or Flannel Grey; all sizes. , ¥< , f , , l , * /~'• * m i i*.i
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Germans Occupy Prague : “Inconsistent With Munich,” Says Lord Halifax

Germans Occupy Prague : “Inconsistent With Munich,” Says Lord Halifax

15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FINAL ACCEPTORS

FINAL ACCEPTORS

KOVAL MAIL (Mrs Evanst ...1 Anthony 1012 7 ROYAL DANIELI (Mr McNally) Ireland 811 15 DUNHILL CASTLE (Sir Warden Chilcott) H Lowe 9 119 COOLEEN (Mr James V Rank) ...Sclater 11 11 ROCKQUILLA (Lord Bicester) Beeby 911 7 JOVIAL JUDGE (Mr J L Jarvis) T R Leader 911 4 BRENDAN'S COTTAG
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL SPRING CUP

LIVERPOOL SPRING CUP

16 acceptances. To be run Saturday. March 25 dm 2f 170yds) Black Speck. Edgehill, Greenwich, Iceburg 11., Benedict, Bughgtrig. Deep Level, Nearchus. Cholo. Actuality, Praxitheles 11.. Boro Boudour. Rippon Tor. Lone Mount, Aprille Son. and Shelton. NEWBURY SPRING CUP To be run, S
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LADY CLERK; little typtng-.-R 122 Echo. 16m MALE ASSISTANT CASHIER and WAGES CLEKK. accustomed to irregular hours; Cheshire side.-P 284

LADY CLERK; little typtng-.-R 122 Echo. 16m MALE ASSISTANT CASHIER and WAGES CLEKK. accustomed to irregular hours; Cheshire side.-P 284

Echo. 15m MALE BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST, accustomed to Catering Trade; Cheshire side: state experience and salary.-P 283 Echo. 15m SHORTHAND-TYPIST for Solicitor’s Office: age about 22; previous experience preferred.-R 104 Echo. 15m SHORTHAND-TYPIST, legal experience desired: state age
15 March 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England