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PROGRESS CLERK Mites CASIBNAY. This porta:we would suit a aP inaereatad la tak.ag up fleabag. twit costrot a caner. School-learet

PROGRESS CLERK Mites CASIBNAY. This porta:we would suit a aP inaereatad la tak.ag up fleabag. twit costrot a caner. School-learet

oensidered. K 1115. Poet.
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Closure of X-ray unit condemned Birmingham Post Worcester Staff The closing of the Mass Radiography Unit which visits Worcester was

Closure of X-ray unit condemned Birmingham Post Worcester Staff The closing of the Mass Radiography Unit which visits Worcester was

criticised by Ald. W. J. Daniel, chairman of the city's Health Committee, yesterday. He said that the committee was sending a letter of complaint to the Regional Hospital Board because the unit would only be sent to Worcester in future for emergency purposes. The last time the u
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Buses: Walsall will dispose of assets

Buses: Walsall will dispose of assets

Walsall Corporation Trans- Coun. Wood said that from losing very valuable port Committee intends to already all non-operational assets such as the bus station dispose of all its assets before assets such as 20 houses In offices without any compensathe Government takes over Bloxw
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Post BOOK

Post BOOK

and WHO'S WHO INCREASED TO A RECORD NUMBER OF 1,083 pages MORE THAN 20,000 ITEMS RELATING TO THE SECOND CITY'S CULTURAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 2,000 biographical details of Midland men and women PRICE 25/- Postage and pocking 3/- extra Obtainable from: The Birmingham Post & Mail
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

COACH.—R. SANTOCK, M.A., 67 Harbors, Road. Flve Ways EI)O. 3373 Individual Tuttle& Specialtat Stat LLANDYBSUL EVANS BROS. Will Off u for Sale by Allow* and unless Previously Solt, ii the PORTH HOTEL, LLANDYSSULt 1 . at 2.30 bac. on TUESDAY. 1967 THE FREEHOLD PRIVATE ATTACHED RES
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Radio police

Radio police

Pocket radios to enable policemen on beat duty to keep in touch with headquarters were used at Shrewsbury for the first time yesterday. Only six of the radios, covering a range of four miles. will be used immediately but all policemen in urban areas of Shropshire will be equippe
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IN the past 12 months drug squads have become an essential part of most Midland police forces. In one sentence

IN the past 12 months drug squads have become an essential part of most Midland police forces. In one sentence

a senior officer on one of them got to the root of their activities : " When a squad is formed, it spends half its time planning operations and the other half trying to unravel and make sense of the Dangerous Drugs Act." Police consider it rare these days to go into a teenage cl
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Metals

Metals

Copper prices edged up further because of the United States strike. labour trouble in Peru. and doubts about sterling. Tin prices were steady. Lead prices moved up on reports of the breakdown of wage talks at Broken Hill Zinc prices hardened in sympathy.
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MIDLAND SOUTH

MIDLAND SOUTH

The Birmingham Post, Saturday, July 22, 196) The Queen's Caramel (nearest camera), ridden by Geoff Lewis. winL sg Ridge Stakes at Newbury by half a length from Des Cullen's mount, Eastwood. ..PI C \ The Queen's Caramel (nearest camera), ridden by Geoff Lewis. winning the Ridge W
July 22, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Motorists are facing petrol price rise

Motorists are facing petrol price rise

Birmingham Post City Staff Britain's motorists are likely to face a further rise in petrol prices as a result of the Middle East crisis. It has become clear that some of the major oil groups are having difficulty in meeting the extra cost of transporting oil around the Cape. The
August 14, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England