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FRIENDS AND GRACIOUS

FRIENDS AND GRACIOUS

SURROUNDINGS ... A true home is everything to all families A gracious place in which to entertain good friends, An elegant, colourful place to surround you with happiness, And a tough hardwearing place to bear the brunt of daily living. Can any home on a budget live up to such a
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Lietnee Renewed

Lietnee Renewed

Supt. L. North said the police were objecting to the renewal of the licence because of complaints received, but he had to rely on police evidence as the complainants did not want to come to court. Insp. E. Tucker said that on January 16 he visited the public house and saw a four
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
, 5 .. * i First complete crane house VP in polyester/glass fibre . . This crane machinery house is

, 5 .. * i First complete crane house VP in polyester/glass fibre . . This crane machinery house is

moulded In structural plastics in four separate pieces, the sections being reinforced with steel supports , bonded into the moulded panels. Assembly is by • bolting in position. The complete unit weighs . l9 cwt. but this includes the driver's cabin, the roof of which is made fr
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BLUEMEI, BROS. LI M I'l LI)

BLUEMEI, BROS. LI M I'l LI)

The 47th annual general meeting of Bluerriel Bros. Limited was held yesterday at Walston. near Coventry. Mr T. W. Blurrnel (the chairman; presided and said - The Trading Profit of the parent Company for the year ended 30th September. 1959. was L 49.7111 before Taxation as Compar
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Strike Threat'

Strike Threat'

On the commission's financial problems Sir Brian said it was important to appreciate that diMcultes, arising largely from its financial structure, were different from temporary difficulties which resulted from operating out-dated railways. New consideration was being given to th
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Counting of Votes

Counting of Votes

The votes in the presidential election are now being counted by the Proportional Representation Society, and if Mr. Machen is found to have headed the poll it is expected that a new ballot will be held and fresh nominations invited. There were four other candidates: Mr. Jim Sout
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONGLANDS

LONGLANDS

*ROAD STREET • SIIIMINCHAN IS • HID 9101 (Clrii Car Park adjoining)
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Unreliable

Unreliable

Mr. E. Ryder Richardson. Q.C.. defending. asked the Jury to acquit Soltysiak as there was insufficient evidence to show that he had cut Mrs. Hayward's throat. If they found that Soltt•slak had killed her. Mr. Richardson asked them to decide that he was so drunk that he had been
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NE4 LICENSING SYSTEM FOR CIVIL AIRLINES

NE4 LICENSING SYSTEM FOR CIVIL AIRLINES

hp' Riurhu. for Private Firms and Corporations The Civil Aviation (Licensing) Bill to ensure that all who provided public transport by air should maintain proper safety standards and to establish an independent authority for licensing of all airline operators was before the Comm
March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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March 3, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England