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Photo at grave must go

Photo at grave must go

Coleshill councillors decided last night that a commemorative photograph on a girl's gravestone will be forcibly removed. But the girl's griefstricken mother said she would continue a vigil in the cemetery which she started yesterday. Mrs. Sheila Kavanagh, aged 38, of Waldon Wal
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Deaths

Deaths

ASHLEY. Florence Edith. died suddenly, at home, on July 2, 1979. Wife of George Ashley. of 4, Louise Court, Victoria Road. Acocks Green, Birmingham. 827 7XZ. Much missed by husband George, son Peter, daiighter-in-law Heather, and grandchildren lan and Jane. Cortege leaves Willia
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Theme for the day

Theme for the day

By Rev. A. H. Melee, The Draw us down into the Unitarian New Meeting, darkness of non-realisation. Birmingham. Bring us face to face with' Blessed are they that the ancient sins and cruelhunger and thirst atter ties of men. still latent righteousness. Let us cast within us. Give
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Tory saviour

Tory saviour

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July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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Edited

July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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for Percy Lane Percy Lane, the aluminium group, Orrmingham, is expanding into the £250 million-a-year windows, doors and curtain walling and earlier this year stepped into the growling field of solar energy systems, believes its longstanding expertise in the design and manufactu
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NCB drives on with petrol plan

NCB drives on with petrol plan

The National Coal Board is to build two pilot plants for making petrol from coal, Sir Derek Ezra, the NCB chairman, revealed yesterday. Sir Derek was talking to the Press in Jersey where he earlier addressed the National Union of Mineworkers' annual conference with an appeal to
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Rolls-Royce dies, aged 63

Rolls-Royce dies, aged 63

Mr. John Davies, former Conservative Minister and one-time Shadow Foreign Secretary, died yesterday at St. Thomas'o tiosnital, London. He was 61 He was made a Life Peer in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours, but the letters patent had not been received. Mr. Davies, former MP f
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Very droll, sir

Very droll, sir

Jeeves. A GenUeman's Personal Gentleman. By C. Northcote Parkinson. I MacDonald &Jane's. t 4.95 i. I am not sure this "biogiaphy" of P. G Wodehouse's immortal alet. Reginald learnt his first name only in the last Wooster novel , Jeeves. will give altogether , general satisfactio
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Schoolboy boffins on right tracks

Schoolboy boffins on right tracks

A simple mechanical device invented by five Birmingham schoolboys will soon be preventing overhead cranes from colliding. Mr David Lewis, deputy managing director of the Nechells crane neater, M. B. Wild. who set the prohect, yesterday said that was delighted with the result. "T
July 5, 1979 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England