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Redundancy problem

Redundancy problem

Industry had a r es ponsibility to look at the whole question of redundancy and redundancy agreements. Industry and Government would have to look at the problem of training and retraining as a result of redundancy, especially in old-established industries, and he welcomed propos
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Britain 'nearly there' in solving trade problem Britain had gone nye-sixths of the war towards solving one of her main

Britain 'nearly there' in solving trade problem Britain had gone nye-sixths of the war towards solving one of her main

post,-war economic to increase ex- ports without increasing imports. Sir Roy Harrod. the economist. told delegates of 18 countries at an economic conference In London yesterday . Britain had suffered the worst external wartime financial loss of all time. The problem was to raise
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BEQUESTS TO CHARITIES IN f 135,354 WILL Miss Sybil for Sibyl) Emily Esther Napier, of Bayshill House. Bayshill Road, Cheltenham,

BEQUESTS TO CHARITIES IN f 135,354 WILL Miss Sybil for Sibyl) Emily Esther Napier, of Bayshill House. Bayshill Road, Cheltenham,

granddaughter of the lit Baron Napier of Magdala, left £136.547 (C 135.354 net). Duty of E 65.792 has been paid. She left El.OOO and an annunity of £5OO to my friend and housekeeper," Mabel Hall. in recognition of her faithful and efficient service; £250 to the Crown and Manor C
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Banbury site

Banbury site

engineers The managing engineers and architects for the new multimillion pound food plant to be built for the Birmingham firm of Alfred Bird and Sons. aL Banbury, were announced yesterday. Matthew Hall Engineers will have overall management of the project, and the architecta wil
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Foreign and Money Udlikate

Foreign and Money Udlikate

12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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4% %-35,14 2 .4%-3.4% 2%

Rate 3 11163) Day Lou. Sin, day team Banktra' tale 2 mohe • months MY 5-5 3.5 , 2 5 1.4 Last Ball 13 Is 0 6ad More bicycles exported exports of British bicycles in January were 104.428 against 74.804 in January, 1962. the British Cycle and Motor-cycle Industries Association said
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PORGINGS CAMP, AMP ALLOY STK! (LEMMA/ MO HORIZONTAL INSET (°KINGS MAIMS

PORGINGS CAMP, AMP ALLOY STK! (LEMMA/ MO HORIZONTAL INSET (°KINGS MAIMS

PORGINGS CAMP, AMP ALLOY STK! (LEMMA/ MO HORIZONTAL (°KINGS MAIMS OIL TANSIES 1401 1110LLED . TOOL VOI 'LORI AND were INN MUMS TOOIAD ROLLS VERTICAL HIGH SUCII •S (IC . ^ 'mom**. / 411 ATINC 5 LIMO., saw Nit PO,nI v~n MYRNA TIC OIL IMO IOP POWS MI "4:.)
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
England team

England team

lan Harrison (Gloucestershlre). Davy Creamer (34Iddle- sex.. Chester Barnes 'Essex). Mlss thane Rowe (Middlesex). and Was Mary Shannon (Surrey) have been chosen to play for England againas the US A at Newbury, on March 29
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Athletics

Athletics

Coventry stages schools races Altorher 733 runners are due to take part in a total of three races in the English schools Mtn country championships, at Woodlands School, Coventry. on Saturday. In the senior rare for runners between 17 and 19, there are 224 entries from 33 countie
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BY QUIXALL KNOCKS OUT TIMID VILLA

BY QUIXALL KNOCKS OUT TIMID VILLA

Albion wrecked by Cram's error By a Special Correspondent Nottingham Forest 2. West Bromwich Albion I (after extra time). -- In a match which was more a contest of errors than prolonged skill Albion. after leading at half time, lost their lead in the second to a penalty, should
12 March 1963 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England