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Fewer homes Home building in Britain decreased last year, according to figures announced by Housing Minister Mr. Julian Amery. Forecast that 1971 would not be much better. Last year, 319.100 houses and flats were started and 351,800 completed. In 1969. 343,500 were started and 3
January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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Gcioisit Fp —..

G c i o i s i t leader for two seasons, is herself the holder of 24 individual medals. " Although the next season doesn't really get under way until about Easter," says Mrs. Williams, " we are all practising like mad to see if we can hold on to all our cups and trophies." gamated
January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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465011—1 he I•no Is at the 'ate JAMES ABlO I wish to thank renter's. blends and nosigisbows. and cantos:sees. bore In comer Roudhveood Hotel. %adios team, Peacock /total. manage• meet and customers TM Windermere Hotel. for the kind sympathy and floral tributes received during the
January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
is expected in the next four weeks.

is expected in the next four weeks.

said that such a move would put the clock back 40 years. The original rule was introduced last March as an order under the 1968 Transport Act. Cuts threat It was argued at the time that it was a safety measure to keep tired drivers off the roads. Mr Barry Jones. Labour MP for Ea
January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Birthday

Birthday

She was looking forward to her ninetieth birthday. " I am having a little party, just a few friends. "Look at my tulips showing their green tips, spring won't be long now," she said. " And I must get my carpets cleaned," she added. _ I bid her good morning and felt quite young a
January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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Oh, what a lovely, strike!

Oh, what a lovely, strike!

My job involves the requisitioning of a wide variety of goods. These requisitions, after receiving local management agreement are forwarded to Top Brass in faraway places. Some days later the O.K. or the K.O. arrives followed eventually by the supplier's acknowledgment and advic
January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
increase mean higher prices

increase mean higher prices

Businessmen in Liverpool reacted sharply last night to the news of the proposed rates increase, and warned that inevitably the increased costs would lead to higher prices for the public. Mr T. Curig Roberts, chairman of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said: "This
January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Leicester

The Leicester

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January 28, 1971 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England