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DEBATE CALL

DEBATE CALL

physician at the Royal Free He said that the national! flOspits!. St. Pancras, that a plan for Britain envisaged former naval petty officer ! drank five pints of beer a day the rapid economic growth of Merseyside and the Govern- and a bottle of whisky a week. Mr lan Milne. the S
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
UPROAR IN RHODESIAN PARLIAMENT

UPROAR IN RHODESIAN PARLIAMENT

African Opposition M.P.s Walk Out Of Chamber
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
challenged the validity of

challenged the validity of

• the proceedings. Parliament was meeting ifor its first sitting since the eolony's white Government seized independence from Britain two weeks ago. The challenge came from Dr. Ahrn Palley soon after the opening of the session. The Speaker ordered his removal and he was escorted
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RULER'S DEATH

RULER'S DEATH

Kuwait's Ambassador In Britain Flies Home Kuwait's new ambassador in London. Sheikh Salem Al- Sabah Al-Salem. left London by air to-day for Damascus on his wy home following the death in Kuwait yesterday of hi: uncle. Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah. The ambassador's father. S
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HEAVY FALLS OF SNOW BLOCK MAIN ROADS

HEAVY FALLS OF SNOW BLOCK MAIN ROADS

Heavy falls of snow to-day in Cumberland, Westmorland and north Lancashire were causing chaotic travelling conditions. the A.A. reported. After six hours of continuous snow, all traffic routes to Westmorland were closed this afternoon. A police spokesman said: " The only north-s
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STOP PRESS

STOP PRESS

lightmg-up: 4.33 a.m. N •.s Mersey tide: High defile Uveepsll 12.19 p.m. tG.M.T.I
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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* At the week-end a grand old Newton-le-Willows resident, Mrs. A. Bryce, of 79 High Street, reached the ripe age of 98 and I am happy to say that she enjoys very good health and is excellent company. Sting In The "Brian Is so terribly unpunetual. Only yesterday when I turned up h
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Blank Spaces

Blank Spaces

Rarely do outside newspapers get into the country, so the people are left with only their own heavilycensored publications and the State-controlled radio and television as means of information. Despite - gallant efforts by the Rhodesian Press in their fight for freedom to give "
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
His Ear

His Ear

. . . but still the prisoner escaped so can take no risks. more nails and posts me: In some Siamese gaols, the convicts used to be made to learn off certain particulars concerning themselves, which they were then ready to repeat to any distinguished visitor who might display an
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIRKENHEAD PLAN FOR COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION APPROVED BY COUNCIL

BIRKENHEAD PLAN FOR COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION APPROVED BY COUNCIL

In the face of opposi- lion from Conservative and Liberal members, the Labour - controlled Birkenhead Council last night approved the Education committee's £2,500.000 10-year plan for reorganising secondary education in the town on comprehensive lines. All sides welcomed the , a
November 25, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England