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L. Davies. The ceremony is over and it's a race to the reception for the eight small cousins of Miss

L. Davies. The ceremony is over and it's a race to the reception for the eight small cousins of Miss

Susan Corrin. who were her bridesmaids when she married Mr. John Davies at Knowle Parish Chnch on Saturday. The bridesmaids are. from left: Elizabeth Brown, Deborah Illston, Melanie Caine', Penny- Jo Caines, Kate lllston, Ann Marshall. Jacqueline Hunt and Clare Brown. The bride,
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Knowledgeable young people choose the SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND for Life Assurance

Knowledgeable young people choose the SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND for Life Assurance

October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
2 MIDLAND NEWS : TV AND RADIO : ENTERTAINMENTS MP: Who pays boom damage? Birmingham Post Hereford Corespondent Mr Clive

2 MIDLAND NEWS : TV AND RADIO : ENTERTAINMENTS MP: Who pays boom damage? Birmingham Post Hereford Corespondent Mr Clive

Boesom, M P for Leominster, is to press the Government to say who will -be liable for damage caused by sonic booms. Because of suggestions that Concorde airliners might fly over his north Herefordshire constituency. Sir Olive asked the Minister of Technology. Mr. Anthony Wedgwoo
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Arhorrtum Extenalon. WALaall 23211 SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD" M. Daily • & •.20. Mats. Ihur.. Sae 2 30. SuM..

Arhorrtum Extenalon. WALaall 23211 SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD" M. Daily • & •.20. Mats. Ihur.. Sae 2 30. SuM..

1.30 1. ROOK at Theatre & Frames Tours. Co-cm Tearel. Walsall.
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
famous revues. 8.35 Thirty :Minute Theatre: "Leave Me Alone " by Robert Gould. The Impresarios: " For Appearances Sake"; the

famous revues. 8.35 Thirty :Minute Theatre: "Leave Me Alone " by Robert Gould. The Impresarios: " For Appearances Sake"; the

Lucie Clayton Model Agency and School. 11.43 Children Talking on Riches. 1.15 The Virginian: Western Alm series lin colour). 11.10 Newsroom. Labour Party Conference. Weather. 11.30 Late Night Line-up: criticism, discussion, diversion (in colour).
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ATV

ATV

111.311 a.m. h. Labour Party Conference, from Scar-1 11.10 Schools: Approach to Living. 11.35 The Momonten: The Wild West. U p.m. Primary French. 2.20 Karl und Oirbta. 2.45 Id la France. 3.11 Labour Party Conference. 4.45 Tinghs and Tucker Club: Midland feature. SA Zoo Time. 5.2
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WEATHER

WEATHER

Today's forecast London area: Sunny Intervals and showers, but rain In places at tlrst. Wind south-west fresh, locally strong. Temperatures normal, maximum 16deg. C. (tildes. F.). Midlands: Bunny intervals and showers, heavy at times. Wind south-west fresh or strong, locally gal
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
new newspapers

new newspapers

FORTNIGHT today a new paper, the Evening Echo, will be on sale in and around Watford. Three weeks ago a sister paper, the Evening Post, Luton. was launched. Both are good news at a time when closures and mergers seem to have become the order of the day. Credit for the enterprise
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ESTABLISHING AN IMAGE Two-day exhibition

ESTABLISHING AN IMAGE Two-day exhibition

by Midland
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
reorganisation

reorganisation

SITE engineers. heavy gangs, erection teams and millwrights employed by Down and Francis Ltd. provide a specialist service for industry. They assist in and reequipment schemes in the motor and other industries. This important member company of the Metalrax group instalLs plant
October 2, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England