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LesMows* 7.27 pa. to 5.2 a.m. a k tt. LA At.tur DAt.% Oar'. NATIONAL ASSISTANCE UP National Assistance to be raised by 5s for single adult and 9s for married couple In ordinary cases. Commons told Appropriate increases in other rates. Hoped to bring new scales in by middle of du
April 7, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO- 11ORROW„_TUNISDA T AMU. N. .t 11 ..m.. TINg AUCTION OALIIAIM. 11-13 MUM= PIACI. OUTHWAITE & LITHERLAND Will sell b

TO- 11ORROW„_TUNISDA T AMU. N. .t 11 ..m.. TINg AUCTION OALIIAIM. 11-13 MUM= PIACI. OUTHWAITE & LITHERLAND Will sell b

7 Auction in the above halernems 400 Of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Moan. lounge suite in uncut moquette. Mask rsalwasanY tants, cannel. moths. oak Oft, secnnalre dwarf bonhomie gent's mg 3n. bin, Stud wardrobe. divan att, red with spring interior mattresa pair aft. spring Ulterior matt
April 7, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WORD OF COMMAND

WORD OF COMMAND

Birkenhead W.R.A.C. Tops The List SERGEANT PATRICIA REVILL. of 493 i Mixed, H.A.A. Regt.. T.A. (Merseyside.. won the highest marks for command of a squad at 4 A.A. Group's drill competition fur W.R.A.C.s at Peninsular Barracks, Warrington, yesterday. Sergeant Revilt is from Birk
April 7, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BUTLER’S CRISIS TALKS ON TEXTILES

BUTLER’S CRISIS TALKS ON TEXTILES

T'HE Chancellor of the Exchequer is having consultations with Cabinet Ministers this afternoon in eonnexi situation. A Treasury spokesman said it was not yet decided when Mr. Butler would make a statement in the Commons on cotton. Representatives of the cotton trade unions to-da
April 7, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Desperate Position

Desperate Position

Mr. Ben Pickup, President of Manchester Chamber of Commerce, has written to the President of the Board of Trade on the question of the new Purchase Tax arrangemenD on textiles and clothing, following Mr. Thorneycroffs statement in the House of Commons last" week that the Governm
April 7, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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EVENING NEWS, MON DAY. APRIL 7. 1952. You are cordially invited to pay a visit to our new Showroom. There

EVENING NEWS, MON DAY. APRIL 7. 1952. You are cordially invited to pay a visit to our new Showroom. There

you can see and hear all about the latest types work • saving, waste-saving and moneysaving appliances. For small expenditure you can have twice as much heat using no more coal »r. conversely, the tame amount of h«at using far less coal. The A.B COME AND SEE THE LATEST APPLIANCE
April 7, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
EXAMINATION CLOSED

EXAMINATION CLOSED

After further questions by the Official Receiver, the examination was closed of Levson Stanley Howell, of Howell's Garage, Langstone House, Sinah Lane, Hayling Island, who appeared at the last Bankruptcy Court.
April 7, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
A job Well Done

A job Well Done

job Well Done To be shorn of players of that calibre is bound to leave bare patches,” but it wouli be unfair to suggest that Beale. Plewin and Thompson did not provide good emergency half-back line. They did their job well, though it was chiefly confined to defensive football. It
April 7, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Hard-Hitting Winner of

Hard-Hitting Winner of

Jackson and Ray Ransom won the men's doubles final against Stevens and George Brown, 21—19, 13—21, 21—16, 21—18. Among those who watched the play were the Mayor of Gosport (Councillor C. B. Osborn), and the Mayoress, who presented trophies. Organization has been in the hands of
April 7, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
T.T. Tourney

T.T. Tourney

GOSPORT’S annual table tennis championships came to a close on Saturday when semi-finals and finals the men’s singles and finals of seven other events were played at Privett School. Stuart Jackson, * ex-Welsh Junior champion, won the singles title against Peter Chaplin. the fina
April 7, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England