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CARAVANS. 111101111111.-114141114

CARAVANS. —The hat name to the Melba* Chemins ama the shed worries It alum% dedde.-4. 1 • Werieert d. MIIOaII 44 Megrim Comma from. Rd.. Meriden Tel 11 2. Abe et Co* Si.. Cevettre. Td. 60311. aid Also Cet. Cam. l assn ie
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Towns Swallowed Up

Towns Swallowed Up

The Rajasthan Desert was once the seat of a flourishing community and a great civilisation. But prosperous villages and towns, which studded this area centuries ago, were gradually swallowed up by the drifting sand. Archaeologists working in the valley of the lost rivers of Bars
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
r(TANGYE • e• GREY IRON

r(TANGYE • e• GREY IRON

r (TANGYE GREY IRON CASTINGS from Few Pounds to Over 15 Tons now is now the Tomo Ono dM in the Midlands, it regularly maws grades 10 to U, ant boodeb/ and from for MOO ports mew wipe to hydraulic prisms or W•Gr. 31achine ?fr WINS SSW Slinger Equipment, Loon Moulding, Dry Send and
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Dick Currie Wins

Dick Currie Wins

Dick Currie (Glasgow). former Scottish flyweight champion. wort every round to outpoint Francisco Carman° (Spain) over ten rounds in Glasgow last night.
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
.ICkoss

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1 How scarlet nougat expresses pleasure. (13) 10 In shots purely tentative you'll Tottenham (7) 11 Player 'aa take!! foin brown bread r condition. (7) 12 Lock is clearly among the very alert fieldsmen (4) 13 Chosen to do a
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HENNESSY COGNAC BRANDY Always 'map It In your mind': opal

HENNESSY COGNAC BRANDY Always 'map It In your mind': opal

HENNESSY COGNAC BRANDY Always 'map It In your mind': Just as this St. Bernard casts his eye across at his barrel hanging ready in case of need, cast your mind over the years of experience and care which lie behind the preparation of the wonderful brandy which the barrel contains.
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Speech Condemned

Speech Condemned

VISCOUNT HINCHINGBROOKE (C.—Dorset, 8.) said the country would Judge Mr. Gaitskell by his speech. " I think the conclusion will be that that speech represented the nadir of British fortunes. the moat miserable depths to which this country has fallen. After the speech he delivere
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR

TO THE EDITOR

. The Middle East Sir,—l deplore the hypocrisy ledge of theatre. Did Shakes- to me and at least one very of those who attempt to justify peare write Macbeth in an effort vocal Irishman who twice called Anglo-French intervention in to dissuade his audience from out to a steward:
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Mosley's Meeting

Mosley's Meeting

Sir.—l was surprised to read the rather one-sided and incomplete account of the Mos:ey meeting in your issue of October 29. as The Birmingham Post is generally very fair and factual in its reports. Your readers who were not there would hardly gather from the report that Sir Oswa
November 1, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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June 5, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England