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forward with E 250 laded contest by contest until there is an outright winner. Patel added wham ow opiate. winners

forward with E 250 laded contest by contest until there is an outright winner. Patel added wham ow opiate. winners

or me E 5 Como:Wien Pram will be nOtlined by post RUM: Examine the action ph/Worn* shown and use tour ak rll and iurilement to from all the intermation Pantomime In the photograph to detenvisite the exact position Of the pail when the photograph was taken Mark the spot by markin
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SKELMERSDALE

SKELMERSDALE

FOCUS 1 1 TIOSTACIL/S. 5.115. L.C.P. 7.10. FOCUS MID SEAN. 5.10. L.C.P. 7.10. LEARN KARATE 1 redrtloselMom Gore MU. ter or Earol Woody. I=irlas rod 6—7 in.. Shell Cometwer 'rose. shell Rood. Liverpool 6. PL EA Markel at Srt order . !Wet to IMO low table. /2 covered 15.Zrzia , a-
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PEN and WIG KNOCKOUT POOL

PEN and WIG KNOCKOUT POOL

July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHESS KINGS

CHESS KINGS

1 , t, LIVERPOOL'S Bluecoat School has captured the national schools' chess championship. The six-strong Mineola chess team are the first Merseyside representatives to win the trophy since the Liverpool Institute's success of 1962 and 1964. They are (from *e left): Steven Parry,
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
£57,118

£57,118

Muriel Pollard, of Hesketh Road, Southport, who died on April 7E, left £58.068 gross, net. Annie Ormrod, of Gordon Street, Southport, who died on April 12, left £24.678 grsos. £23.630 net. Mrs Nellie Rogers, of Liverpool Road, Ainsdale, Southport, who died on December 10, left
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
POLICE HUNT FOR WOODLAND FIRE- RAISER

POLICE HUNT FOR WOODLAND FIRE- RAISER

By PAUL DESMOND POLICE were today hunting an arsonist responsible for a series of woodland fires which threatened the Ainsdale Nature Reserve at Southport. Over three acres of pinewoods in the centre of the 1,200-acre reserve were destroyed at the week-end. The outbreak, started
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Liverpool Lc Malik* MY IL 1977 3

The Liverpool Lc Malik* MY IL 1977 3

July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PHILLIPS REPORT ON TRANSPORT : To-day, the man in the hot seat who believes the essence of a passenger

THE PHILLIPS REPORT ON TRANSPORT : To-day, the man in the hot seat who believes the essence of a passenger

service is reliability and has the job of trying to achieve that aim . . . \ , 7i. i . ».
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
READY FOR FIREBURST

READY FOR FIREBURST

Charlie's Angels are braced to cope with grass fires on Merseyside should they reach the monster proportions of last sum- Men But there will not be one tumbling haired blonde among them—only sturdy men in uniform. For these particular guardians of the oualic good are all ifireme
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CLASSIFICATION INDEX

CLASSIFICATION INDEX

17 PERSONAL 7-32 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS 34.44 EMPLOYMENT 45.49 HOLIDAYS NO-59 FOR SALES & WANTS 60-61 SERVICES 62-74 PROPERTY, ACCOMMODATION AND FINANCIAL 42-11 S AGRICULTURAL SAI-99 VEHICLES Thaw of scowl:xe: to 5 p.m two days Odom gab. !matins. Saturday 12.30 o.m. for Tuesday. 5
July 18, 1977 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England