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PANORAMIC WINDOW DISPLAY,

PANORAMIC WINDOW DISPLAY,

The canopied extension which joins the main building gives the store a total frontage of 250 feet and there is uninterrupted access to all parts of the store. The whole of the additional floor space of the extension. measuring 150 feet by 125 feet. is devoted to furniture. carpe
October 25, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HOMESICK

HOMESICK

Gracie. it is clear. hated the place: I suppose. in a funny way. I was homesick. All my life my family have mattered more than anythtrig in the world to me. and all m♦ life till new 1 had lived close to them. Home was with Dad and Mum round the kitchen fire in Rochdale and Islin
October 25, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
JOINT !REBUT

JOINT !REBUT

On EDUCATION the Royal Commission say: "It is bad for local government that borough councils should be deprived of any direct sad• in the education of the (•hildren of their inhabitants. and that the responsibility of district councils should be diminished. either by the fact th
October 25, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Ninr Toe Knew

Ninr Toe Knew

Conscience 1 the still small oice that tells a statesman that what he is going to do had better be wrapped up in words that make it sound like something ese. • Lied Haar "Things have changed •since I was a lad." said the oldtimer. "We used to i.vhisuer sweet nothings in girls' e
October 25, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
REGD I lat II II I I : I t e 4 I t " I .. th

REGD I lat II II I I : I t e 4 I t " I .. th

August 12, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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What do Echo reapers think of this important matter ? Mr. J. Cowfiii. Area Secretary of the Automobile Association: "There

What do Echo reapers think of this important matter ? Mr. J. Cowfiii. Area Secretary of the Automobile Association: "There

cannot, of course, be any question as to whether or not there should be an alternative means fo r traffic crossing the River Mersey. Those using the Mersey Tunnel know full well the anxieties and frustrations consequent upon the delays caused not only in the Tunnel itself, but o
August 12, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
INDUSTRY

INDUSTRY

Lieutenant Colonel P. G. R. Burford, secretary of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce: "The pre sent Mersey crossings are just about able to deal with existing traffic, but when the Runcorn-Widnes bridge is finished, it will certainly help to take some of the through traffic that uses
August 12, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE INNEN MAN

THE INNEN MAN

Winter and summer. gliding goes on from dawn to dusk. and there are the usual meal and tea breaks in the dining hall. Lance Corporal Joseph Styles of 17 Evelyn Street. Warrington. who belongs to No. 113 R.A. Battery IT.A.i at Warrington. was kindly helping out with the cooking w
August 12, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Jumping Gyros Here Again Aircraft That Was First Shown 26 Years Ago Are Jumping gyros are to be offered for

Jumping Gyros Here Again Aircraft That Was First Shown 26 Years Ago Are Jumping gyros are to be offered for

sale in this country shortly. They were first seen here 26 years ago and then lapsed—another brilliant conception which was ahead of ii-Wtime. The jumpin{ is an auto. gyro in which, after the dramatic leap into the air, the Wades "windmill" freely. as the aircraft is driven alon
August 12, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL ECHO AND EVENING EXPRESS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 19e0

THE LIVERPOOL ECHO AND EVENING EXPRESS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 19e0

August 12, 1960 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England