(Did you mean the Long Island Science Fiction Society?)
|From Fancyclopedia 2 ca 1959|
|The Liverpool Science-Fiction Society, of England. Prime spirit Dave Newman till he went gafia; other notable members include John Roles and Norman Shorrock. They brought the art-form of the tapera to its greatest height, and have recognized fannish eminence by award of the designation of Ex-Chairman (ECLSFS). They are not noted as fanzine publishers, but rather go in for local social activities such as formed the basis of their famous symposium on Sex and Sadism and for the productions noted under Movies.
from Fancyclopedia 2 Supplement ca. 1960: My spelling here was incorrect; they actually prefer L__a__SF__a__S, with the null a's to distinguish the group from the Los Angeles outfit. (For __a__ read a with a bar over it.)
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