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Mr. 0. M. Norton will be representing A. Douglas Co. Midlands, Ltd., of Aldridge. He said that the tight licensing system. shortage of finance and a population which did not Justify the use of costly. sophisticated machine tools and industrial equipment. made it unremunerative f
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
g SALES CLERKWEW STEEL DIVISION

g SALES CLERKWEW STEEL DIVISION

SALES CLERKWEW STEEL DIVISION Apply in writing to:— Sates Manager. Steal Division, FAGERSTA STEELS LIMITED, Kinwarton Farm Road, Alcester, Warwickshire. In view of continuing expansion a vacancy has arisen for a young male clerk to handle enquiries and sales correspondence. Knowl
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT (cont.)

SITUATIONS VACANT (cont.)

CADBURY'S !ac• the tollo.i ru.:-tant vs:allots for %OMEN. LABORATORY •ed preferably Physics. to work os the analvtis of NATIONAL ACCOUNTING macaw operator Me PLANNING carre. HOLLERITH ma. aloe _gyrator for a I nsTicAL Oaks. For MI., theme lOPle ►•o.letFe 41 ttlt•yel Init •I{l be
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LAWN TENNIS

LAWN TENNIS

Mark Cox wins in three straight sets Mark Cox, the British No. 3, beat Claude de Grouch') 6-3, 6-1, 64 in the second round of the men's singles in the Australian Lawn Tennis championships in Adelaide yesterday. Roy Emerson (Australia) and Arthur Ash* (America), had comfortable s
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
in amateur lawn • ik-7„

in amateur lawn • ik-7„

January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
By W. H. PERRY

By W. H. PERRY

. . . at the Barber Inetlinte, Birmingham TWO large scale works, the It was warmly played last Theatre, etratfare-apoa-Avas B major trio of Brahma night. is a performance which Wiled by the ferocious-looking (opus 6) and Beethoven's /trek- revealed much of its — nob i Vi pirate,
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
661 thought

661 thought

my wife would never speak to me again "... Instead of the car we'd talked about. I brought home a Mercedes. I know she was secretly Impressed but wasn't going to admit it. First she thought the seats were "hard". After a mile she thought they were "firm". After ten miles she was
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GHANA

GHANA

Ghana claims to have discovered plot ACCRA. Monday Ghanaian Army and two of THE Ghana Government the alleged plotters have been detained, the announcement announced today that added. It had uncovered a plot to Ghana has been ruled by a stage a coup d'etat in- military Government
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Editor reminds readers that The Birmingham Post welcomes letters on any subject

The Editor reminds readers that The Birmingham Post welcomes letters on any subject

of Interest. Letters - should. where powsible, be brief: written on one nude only of Null sheet: and include the vorrpapond• env, name and addre.y, not necessarily for publication.
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Banking firm attacks 'poor housing' claim DAVIES INVESTMENT LTD., the private banking concern which has ceased business, last night challenged

Banking firm attacks 'poor housing' claim DAVIES INVESTMENT LTD., the private banking concern which has ceased business, last night challenged

allegations concerning property-owning companies within the group. It said there had been statements that some London property was not maintained in reasonable condition, and that excessive rents were charged. "Buch ex parte statements." said a spokesman of the organisation, wer
January 24, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England