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IRCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL THE MIME. HOUTON ROAD. (Omura. fluleren's Howe). ANIKU ASSISTANT HOUSESIOT ongl of clithirta. to Coitus fat $2

IRCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL THE MIME. HOUTON ROAD. (Omura. fluleren's Howe). ANIKU ASSISTANT HOUSESIOT ongl of clithirta. to Coitus fat $2

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17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FEMALE WAGES CLIC=

FEMALE WAGES CLIC=

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17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ARTISTS M CUTILIPPre LTD. Gravure Dweller. LLA for Anal. good Howse lb sad. Sommer L. Matta.. IL Imo. rw4 Liverpool

ARTISTS M CUTILIPPre LTD. Gravure Dweller. LLA for Anal. good Howse lb sad. Sommer L. Matta.. IL Imo. rw4 Liverpool

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17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Burrows Scores

Burrows Scores

At the end of a strong Villa attack a City defender kept the ball out of goal with his hand and though Dougan then put the ball in the net the referee (Mr. K. Aston) awarded a penalty kick. Burrows. becoming as consistent a penalty kicker as Lynn used to be for Villa, scored wit
17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
255. RENT FOR HOUSE SHOULD HAVE BEEN £4 108.

255. RENT FOR HOUSE SHOULD HAVE BEEN £4 108.

The gross economic rent of a tbouse tenanted by the superintendent of the Athenstone depot of the North-efts Warwickshire Water Board. for Which the Board has fixed a rent or Zs. a week. was FA Ifis a week, it was stated at a meeting of the Board at Nuneaton yesterday. The treas
17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
North-east Questions for Lord Viscount Hailaham. Lord • form of di ff erential taxation President of the Council. who tiallsham

North-east Questions for Lord Viscount Hailaham. Lord • form of di ff erential taxation President of the Council. who tiallsham

maw be necessary to help the Is to advise the Government on northeast. and similarly affected areas. until they can acheve a better balance in their economy Mr. David Price. Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade, announced at Ayclitre. co. Durham. yesterday that the Boar
17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Mr. Gaitskell in Very Grave Condition

Mr. Gaitskell in Very Grave Condition

Serious Complications but Holding His Own ' Mr. Gaitskell's condition was very grave at midnight but he was " holding his own," a Labour Party official announced from Middlesex Hospital after two doctors had examined the Socialist leader. Earlier a bulletin. from the medical tea
17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
's Action 'Ridiculous'

's Action 'Ridiculous'

should be able to threaten to bring the whole of industry to a standstill. inflict very great hardship on people in their homes, and even case deaths and very grave incidents by causing the supply of electricity to be cut off to hospitals and operating theatres. Workers in those
17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
No Early Closuiva_

No Early Closuiva_

The ten companies are. Colvilles, Dorman Long, English Steel, Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds. Lancashire Steel, South Durham Steel and Iron, The Steel Company of Wales, Stewart& and Lloyds. John Summers, and United Steel . The chairman of the consortium is Sir Julian Pode, of The S
17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
'NOTHING IN STRAY SECRET PAPERS'

'NOTHING IN STRAY SECRET PAPERS'

Mr. Phillip Warlow. Admiralty Regional Officer In Birmingham. said last night, after visiting the Wolverhampton warehouse where Government documents concerning the movement of Russian trawlers were found: " There is nothing secret. It is natural that we want to find out how thes
17 January 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England