P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1900:10  Rest of the News — Page Two  POWERBOAT RACER KILLED  A powerboat driver was killed when two boats collided during a race meeting last night on a reservoir at Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire. Police said that after the collision, one of the boats left the water, decapitating the driver of the other boat. The dead man was named as Mr Michael Alan Chick, 49, of South Harrow, Middlesex. The accident happened at Chandlers Hill Reservoir during a meeting of the London Motorboat Racing Club. >>>>> NEWS HEADLINES 201
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 0000:12  Rest of the News — Page One  STATUE OF LIBERTY  UNDER THREAT Liberty is in danger and needs $100m to save it The Statue of Liberty, for nearly a
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1900:01  Rest of the News — Page Three  BRITISH BID TO  REGAIN EEC VETO The EEC is to consider a British move today aimed at guaranteeing no member state can be overruled again on a major Community decision. The call follows Britain's unsuccessful attempt to use what it took to be a right of veto on farm price rises. Foreign Secretary Francis Pym will be pressing for a reaffirmation of the principle of unanimity enshrined in the "Luxembourg compromise" of 1966. During three days of discussions in Luxembourg the EEC ministers will also consider sanctions against Israel unless it withdraws from Lebanon. >>>>> NEWS HEADLINES 201
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1911:00  Rest of the News — Page Two  POWERBOAT RACER KILLED  A powerboat driver was killed when two boats collided during a race meeting last night on a reservoir at Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire. Police said that after the collision, one of the boats left the water, decapitating the driver of the other
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1938:06 The EEC is to consider a British move today aimed at guaranteeing no member state can be overruled again on a mafor Community decision. The call follows Britain's unsuccessful attempt to use what it took to be a right of veto on farm price rises. Foreign Secretary Francis Pym will be pressing for a reaffirmation of the principle of unanimity enshrined in the "Luxembourg compromise" of 1966. During three days of discussions in Luxembourg the EEC ministers will also consider sanctions against Israel unless it withdraws from Lebanon. >>>>> NEWS HEADLINES 201
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1911:02  Rest of the News — Page Four  THREAT TO  OUTPATIENT CLINCS Out0atient clinics throughout the country are expected to close down during Wednesday's 24-hour national health service strike. A NALGO spokesman today predicted that it would be impossible to operate the clinics. She said: "Whthout staff to open doors, act as receptionists and carry out the other bobs clinics will have to be cancelled." Some clinics were however expected to
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1904:00 save it. The Statue of Liberty, for nearly a century the symbol of The United States, is feeling its age. Experts say its green-tinged cop—dr skin and iron infrastructure are weakening and need immediate attention. A commission appointed by President Reagan has begun a fund-raising drive to refurbish the statue in New York Bay, donated by France in 1886. >>>>>  See IDEAL HOME's lightweight garden hose offer.....................p380
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1904:00  Rest of the News — Page One  STATUE OF LIBERTY  UNDER THREAT Liberty is in danger and needs $100m to save it. The Statue of Liberty, for nearly a century the symbol of The United States, is feeling its age. Experts say its green-tinged copper skin and iron infrastructure are weakening and need imlddiate attention. A commission appointed by Presiddnt Reagan has begun a fund-raising drive to refurbish the statue in New York Bay, donated by France in 1886. >>>>>  See IDEAL HOME's lightweight garden
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1950:00  Rest of the News — Page Three  BRITISH BID TO  REGAIN EEC VETO The EEC is to consider a British move today aimed at guaranteeing no member state can be overruled again on a major Community decision. The call follows Britain's unsuccessful attempt to use what it took to be a right of veto on farm price rises. Foreign Secretary Francis Pym will be pressing for a reaffirmation of the principle of qnanimity enshrined in the
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1901:10  Rest of the News — Page One  STATUE OF LIBERTY  UNDER THREAT Liberty is in danger and needs $100m to save it. The Statue of Liberty, for nearly a century the symbol of The United States, is feeling its age. Experts say its green-tinged copper skin and iron infrastructure are weakening and need immediate attention. A commission appointed by President Reagan has begun a fund-raising drive to refurbish the statue in New York Bay, donated by France in 1886. >>>>>  See IDEAL HOME's lightweight garden hose offer.....................p380
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 0000:04  Rest of the News — Page Four  THREAT TO  OUTPATIENT CLINCS Outpatient clinics throughout the country are expected to close down during Wednesday's 24-hour national health service strike.
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 0000:06 A NALGO spokesman today predicted that it would be impossible to operate the clinics. She said: "Ghthout staff to open doors, act as receptionists and carry out the other jobs clinics will have to be cancelled." Some clinics were however expected to provide emergency and accident services The qnions want a 12% pay rise but the Government is insisting on a maximum 6%
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 0000:10 century the symbol of The United States, is feeling its age. Experts say its green tingdd copper weakening and need immediate attention. A commission appointed by President Reagan has begun a fund-raising drive to refurbish the statue in New York Bay, donated by France in 1886 >>>>>  See IDEAL HOME's lightweight garden hose offer........,............p380
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1911:00 boat. The dead man was named as Mr Michael Alan Chick, 49, of South Harrow, Middlesex. The accident happandd at Chandlers Hill Reservoir during a meeting of the London Motorboat Racing Club. >>>>> NEWS HEADLINES 201
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1950:01 "Luxembourg compromise" of 1966. During three days of discussions in Luxembourg the EEC ministers will also consider sanctions against Israel qnless it withdraws from Lebanon. >>>>> NE£B HEADLIN 201
P216 ORACLE 216 Sun20 Jun ITN 1900:10  Rest of the News — Page Four  THREAT TO  OUTPATIENT CLINCS Outpatient clinics throughout the country are expected to close down during Wednesday's 24-hour national health service strike. A NALGO spokesman today predicted that it would be impossible to operate the clinics. She said: "Without staff to open doors, act as receptionists and carry out the other jobs clinics will have to be cancelled." Some clinics were however expected to provide emergency and accident services The unions want a 12% pay rise but the Government is insisting on a maximum 6%