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Pay Increase

Pay Increase

Negotiations which followed the recent strike by clerical staff at Humber Ltd., Coventry, have led to an agreement on a minimum salaries structure for office workers. Basic salary scales laid down In the agreement are:— Males: £3 103. a week at 15, rising to £l2 les. 6d. at £25.
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Claim Against Lorry Owner Fails

Claim Against Lorry Owner Fails

A claim for damages for repairs to a car rendered necessary, it was claimed, through a lorry forcing the car off the road, failed at Tamworth County Court yesterday. Mrs. Janet Bower, of Shardlow Road. Alvaston, Derby, told the Registrar, Mr. J. L. C. Dilcock, that while driving
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. S. G. GATES REVIEWS PAST YEAR'S ACTIVITIES

MR. S. G. GATES REVIEWS PAST YEAR'S ACTIVITIES

The twenty-fifth annual teral meeting of Tecalemit t at ta r held yesterdai ro z L Nouse, Old Street. London. C._ Hr. veer 0. Oates. C.S.IL. chairman at the company. presiding. The following is ny statement circulated with the Meet and ae thisrt u time a year I told YOU that our
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPECIAL SELECTION of USE:, VEHICLES on view COLNOBE DEPOT LTD IHE MORRIS DIM RIM TORN 20-30 HILL ST., BIRMRIGIAM

SPECIAL SELECTION of USE:, VEHICLES on view COLNOBE DEPOT LTD IHE MORRIS DIM RIM TORN 20-30 HILL ST., BIRMRIGIAM

January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
-101 I.OCHROE (Mrs. J. Mildmay-Whltel Cazalet 12-12-7

-101 I.OCHROE (Mrs. J. Mildmay-Whltel Cazalet 12-12-7

• - Mr. E. Cazalet 111- BRIAN 06E (Mr. G. Klndersley) Pullen 9-12:13.. Kindersley -010 THE. HELL (Mr. M. Lalt) Yates 9-11-4 1-02 THE MAJOR (Lady Sherbornel Kilpatrick 8-11-2 .. A. Keen -003 ('AHRA*O(3i (Mr. D. Jackson) B. Marshall 8-10-12 E. Wintry -222 sEHINI:APATAM (Mr. 1. C.
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. BEVAN STILL VERY WEAK

MR. BEVAN STILL VERY WEAK

Miss Jennie Lee last night maintained her vigil at the Royal Free Hospital, London, near her husband who is still fighting back after Wednesday's relapse. According to yesterday's last bulletin. Mr. Aneurin Bevan was still very weak, though it is understood that a crisis is not
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
B.E.A. PROFIT UP FROM £lOO,OOO TO £2m. IN YEAR

B.E.A. PROFIT UP FROM £lOO,OOO TO £2m. IN YEAR

24 p.c. More Goods Carried British European Airways made a record profit of £2m. last year, against £lOO,OOO in 1958. Lord Douglas of Kirtleside, giving these details in the B.E.A. magazine yesterday. says: "I expected a year ago that we would carry over three million passengers
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SOVIET SPACE EXPERT TO VISIT BIRMINGHAM Professor Alla C. Masevich, the 40-year-old Soviet apace expert, who will visit Birmingham next

SOVIET SPACE EXPERT TO VISIT BIRMINGHAM Professor Alla C. Masevich, the 40-year-old Soviet apace expert, who will visit Birmingham next

month, has been referred to as " the woman with a passport to the moon." She is vice-president of the Astronomical Council of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, and Professor of Astrophysics at Moscow t aiversity. She will lecture in English at Birmingham Town Hall on February 8. H
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Union Efforts

Union Efforts

A Rootes spokesman said last night that engines and components were still being made, but the longer the strike continued the greater would be the threat to the remainder of the 13,000 workers in the group• The strikers are members of the Amalgamated Engineering Union. and effor
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ANSWERS

THE ANSWERS

MISQUOTATIONS. The one EVERYDAY OBSERVATION. misquoted word In each ease is (1) The horse,' (2) water vapour. given in Inverted commas: (1) the result of combustion; (3) Shakespeare, Hamlet, " strict "; violet, Indigo, blue, green. 12) Robert Herrick, Gather ye orangered; (4) th
January 23, 1960 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England