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`ILL-FOUNDED RATES PANIC'

`ILL-FOUNDED RATES PANIC'

A Borough Treasurer's Comment on Valuations Rateable valuations on nearly all industrial. commercial and domestic properties in Brierley Hill and Stourbridge show Increases ranging from between 250 and 325 per cent in the new rating lists made available for public inspection yes
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NO SURVIVORS

NO SURVIVORS

Mountain rescue teams yesterday reached the wreckage of a French airliner which crashed In Central Corsica on Saturday, with at least 24 on board, and found no survivors.
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ORDER OF THE BATH

ORDER OF THE BATH

Knight Grand Cross Sir Laurence Norman Helsby. Joint Permanent Secretary to the Treasury and head of the Home Civil Service: until recently Permanent Secretary. Ministry of Labour. Knights Commander Thema, Geeeire Barnett Corks, Clerk of the House of Com- MOOS. Sir Keith Anderso
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DOG STAYED BY DEAD WOMAN .1 60-year-old woman, who went out on Sunday for a walk in the snow, was

DOG STAYED BY DEAD WOMAN .1 60-year-old woman, who went out on Sunday for a walk in the snow, was

yesterday found dead in a trench near her home. Beside her was her dogalive. She was Mrs. Wanda Zakrzewska. a widow, who was born Polish and later became a naturalised Canadian. She went to Shalbourne. near Marlborough, a year ago. She left the house, where she was a housekeeper
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FIVE DAYS IN SEVEN TO SOUTH AntIOA Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri I Sat 111111110111111115

FIVE DAYS IN SEVEN TO SOUTH AntIOA Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri I Sat 111111110111111115

FIVE DAYS IN SEVEN TO SOUTH AntIOA Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri I Sat Every week five flights leave London for Johannesburg by fast comfortable BOEING 707 STRATOJETS and put you down in South Africa in less than a day Continue to Australia by S.A.A. DC-713 aircraft via Mauritius and t
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM SEEKS PLAYING FIELD SITES

BIRMINGHAM SEEKS PLAYING FIELD SITES

1,500-Acre Shortage By Our Education Reporter Birmingham is short of 1,500 acres of playing fields, and the city is negotiating with adjoining authorities for sites on the perimeter of the city, Coun. Meyrick Rees, chairman of the Sites and Buildings Sub-committee, said at the c
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Mr. Baron Revives Old Beef Custom

Mr. Baron Revives Old Beef Custom

The Meat Chef, appropriately named Mr. Bill Baron. served slices of beef at a revival of a custom last observed about the year 1900. in the Old Horns Public House. Queslett Road, Great Barr. The IM;se u%ed to be the headquarters of a farmers' club. and later the local headquarte
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
45 p.c. Rate AN END OF DOUBTS THAT HARM TRADE

45 p.c. Rate AN END OF DOUBTS THAT HARM TRADE

ENGLAND ALL OUT 331 (See This Page) Trueman put England ahead but was out trying a big hit and skied an easy catch. while Statham lashed out to be bowled. Coldwell became Davidson's sixth victim—at a personal cost of 75 runs— when he gave a catch to Renaud. The England inning, c
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Your trip will be all the more enjoyable if you take these free travel guides with you. Prepared by the

Your trip will be all the more enjoyable if you take these free travel guides with you. Prepared by the

Australia and New Zealand Bank, they give just the kind of information visitor is glad to have. Together, they cover all the principal cities of both countries, and each includes a clearly-marked map of the particular city and suburbs concerned. You are very welcome to any of th
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS CLOSED Most London commodity markets, the Liverpool Cotton Exchange and the United States and Canadian commodity markets are closed

MARKETS CLOSED Most London commodity markets, the Liverpool Cotton Exchange and the United States and Canadian commodity markets are closed

to-day. The Sew York Stock Exchange also is closed.
1 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England