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STOCK MARKET REPORT A turn for the worse

STOCK MARKET REPORT A turn for the worse

The market took a turn for the worse to-day. A N.E.D.O. report warning of a slowdown in manufacturing products next year. another disappointing month for retail sales and the uncompromising stand taken by the majority of firemen all contributed to the lack of investment interest
December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
To vote or 'not to vote . . .

To vote or 'not to vote . . .

parties are getting worried; what they deplore as apathy they know eery well to be hostility. Compelling people to vote may soon be their only mans of continuing the pretence that the have "A mandate from the people." for all the planks in their platform, including those which n
December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Swimming the only loser at leisure complex Only swimming attendances have detracted from the overall success of Great Sankey Forum,

Swimming the only loser at leisure complex Only swimming attendances have detracted from the overall success of Great Sankey Forum,

a major Warrington leisure complex opened last April. In a 'report to the borough council's recreation and amenities committee officials say disappointing swimming attendances are due partly to the pool water and technical priblems, and to dub sessions. But with an extension of
December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SERVICE

SERVICE

ORDER Paul Alan Falla, aged 19. of Delegarte Street, Lower Ince. Wigan, admitted at Makerfieid Magistrates Court, stealing materials from an unoccupied house two doors away from his home. Magistrate Mrs. Veronira Forster told him: "We, note that you are unemployed and that you a
December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
... readers write to the Echo

... readers write to the Echo

December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WHY LIGHTS DID NOT GO ON AT CENOTAPH

WHY LIGHTS DID NOT GO ON AT CENOTAPH

Sir.—Many people have enquired why Garton Cenotaph was not illuminated for the Remembrance period this year. As Branch Secretary I always ask the City Engineers' Department if they will be kind enough to undertake this work. This year I was told by a representative of t h e Depa
December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Savage Cur was servile But Geoffrey turned to now. He raised his bowler Samuel Puss and to his hat—

The Savage Cur was servile But Geoffrey turned to now. He raised his bowler Samuel Puss and to his hat—

trembling wife, A thing that he would scorn And did a thing he'd never to do for any humble Cit. done in all his c;inay life. "Tte Barn is yours?' he " Here are th.e Tile Deeds." told the Pig. and added he raid (hc mean: that .sac U I were yw I'd , CfLN a r 3 rcpt -toper atm!).
December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DISH 1 TerDfl

DISH 1 TerDfl

~\ Place heaped teaspoonfuls in paper sweet cases and leave in a cool plate to set. Store in an airtight tin. Makes about 30. To-day's recipe comes from Mrs. L. Harnett. 18 Park Hill Road, Birkenhead, Merse y side. who will recei%e EL
December 13, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
will spread gospel

will spread gospel

League codes is that they offer the sort of team game that is mis• sing from the American way of life unless you happen to be built like the side of a house and can stand up to the bulldozing that goes on in American football. " My son ", the Col- onel told me, "stands six feet
March 12, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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Services for Business

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March 12, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England