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Promise To End Railway Go-Slow CAMPAIGN MAY BE OVER TOMORROW Normal Work By Friday? RATES DISPUTE The go-,low campaign which

Promise To End Railway Go-Slow CAMPAIGN MAY BE OVER TOMORROW Normal Work By Friday? RATES DISPUTE The go-,low campaign which

has caused cuts in British Railways Western Region service' in expected to end to-morrow Unofficial leaders of locomotive shed men in the Western Region, promised union chiefs at a 90- minutes meeting in London. to-day. to call off the move. which has slashed train services and
July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
73 CMURCI4 LI e t .... tq ST LI VIAPOO4. • enn • Mars ADVANCE AT STATION PRICES! COOKS

73 CMURCI4 LI e t .... tq ST LI VIAPOO4. • enn • Mars ADVANCE AT STATION PRICES! COOKS

July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Consolation For Canadian Steel

Consolation For Canadian Steel

Worker From JAMES L. COOPER in Toronto STEEL WORKER Hugh Paterson earns £22 14s for a 42' hour week working on a wire- Piing machine in a factory in Harnal.on iOntariol. but his wife. Muriel. finds she has to go out to do part-time housework. mainly to help out with her clothes
July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Laugh With The W.V.S.

Laugh With The W.V.S.

We are beginnintLat last, to set some idea of what Welfare means when applied by W.V.S. to its work for the Services. says the Bulletin. . For in,stance: one girl W.V.S. member serving with N.A.A.F.I. in the Middle East tells a story about a so:dier making his debut on the dance
July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NO REASONS

NO REASONS

Gianelli told the emir' he could recollect nothing of the incident. Mrs. Gianelli said she knew no reason for her husband to commit suicide There was no domestic trouble She heard her husband in hospital err out "no not oush me Mr Munro submitted that evidence of attempted suici
July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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EX-POLICE CHIEF WEDS

EX-POLICE CHIEF WEDS

The marriage in' London yesterday of Colonel George H. B. De Chair and Miss Enid M. C. Prentice. was announced to-day. Colonel De Chair was until 1910 Deputy Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police at Scotland Yard. Miss Prentice was in 1939 awarded the M F. for ten ye
July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL ECHO, WEDNESDAY, .lI'LY in.

THE LIVERPOOL ECHO, WEDNESDAY, .lI'LY in.

July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OARSMEN PRACTISE

OARSMEN PRACTISE

Britain's oarsmen have been Practising twice daily on the inlet at Meihabil. about two miles from Helsinki. where the Olvmoic regatta will begin nest Sunday. In water often made very rough by sharp gust♦ winds, they have found it difficult to settle down. All the rowing continge
July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OATH

OATH

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July 16, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
KEITH CROSS.

KEITH CROSS.

of Cosham Bowling Club, who toon the E.B.A. singles championship in 1938. yearly value of 100 pounds might obtain licences to play upon his own private green." The effect of this was to reserve the game for the wealthy landowners. Many of to-day's Inns and public houses own thei
July 16, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England