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Better Luck Next Time

Better Luck Next Time

Old Pauline, are in the Birmingham area for two weeks in succession. as on January 19 they meet Old 'AlwardJana at Streetabrook Road. Solihull. It is to be hoped that by that data it will be possible to play their trip for Saturday appears certain to be called off early. Teams c
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOOPER – LUXURY

HOOPER – LUXURY

HOOPER - LUXURY CONVERSION this week at
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Plane Waiting

Plane Waiting

Asked about reports that the valuable Union Miniere installations at Kolwezi were ready to be blown up. Mr. Tahombe said. " That Is true. We must hold on there." He said that his plane would remain on the Rhodesian aide of the border "at my disposal." Pleading that he was tired.
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
`Dreadful Thing'

`Dreadful Thing'

An area Inspector for the West Midlands Gas Board. Mr. Brian Donoho. said that the leak which Mrs. Whitehouse reported was stopped on December 28, and the next day a fracture of the main was discovered near a manhole. The manhole was within a few feet of Mr. Campbell's house. bu
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Weather Closes Playhouse Kidderminster Playhouse. which has had some of the smallest audiences on record for Its holiday productions. as

Weather Closes Playhouse Kidderminster Playhouse. which has had some of the smallest audiences on record for Its holiday productions. as

few as tight when the snow was at its worst, will close for a month from the end of this week. The theatre manager, Mr . Donald B. Edwards. said yesterday: "We cannot beat this weather. Other theatres, even the south coast. are having to close their doors."
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Airlift for Heifer

Airlift for Heifer

Royal Navy helicopters from Portland (Dorset) and Culdrose I Cornwall) made a number of flights with fodder yesterday to save the lives of hundreds of cattle and moorland ponies stranded by snow and ice. The IFLB.P.C.A. called in a helicopter from Portland to help a heifer. dyin
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Plans for Increasing the Rate of Housing By Ow Political Correspondent The Government. I understand. plans to increase rate of

Plans for Increasing the Rate of Housing By Ow Political Correspondent The Government. I understand. plans to increase rate of

housing by a third. In about two years large-scale industrialised building should be producing houses in numbers far exceeding anything so far attempted. Later, subject to Cabinet and Treasury approval, there should be even more house and flat building both to let and to sell. T
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
P.c. ACCUSED OF `FRAMING'

P.c. ACCUSED OF `FRAMING'

9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Surgeon Says, 'I Was Emotionally Moved'

Surgeon Says, 'I Was Emotionally Moved'

Mr ?rant Mttegrove :. the unhesttettngly have said that Harley Street surgeon. said last night that he was "somewhat emotionally moved" when he wrote a letter to The Tinter about a baby who had died in hospital during a power cut on Thursday. He said: "I do not say the baby's de
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO

The Birmingham FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 1863 THE ALABAMA AND THE DESTRUCTION or THE BRILLIANT.—A Communication from the Secretary of the New York Chamber of Commerce was laid before the Council of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, yesterday, enclosing the resolution of the Chamber up
9 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England