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• Mr. D. A. Eakhurst, general sales and market. Ina manager, Link 51 Ltd. Mr. Peter Spear, chairman, Autumobile Industry

• Mr. D. A. Eakhurst, general sales and market. Ina manager, Link 51 Ltd. Mr. Peter Spear, chairman, Autumobile Industry

Standards Committee. Mr. Peter Mead, product development manager British Industrial Plastics.
September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A police spokesman said last night: "There is no sug• gestion of foul play, but I would not hazard a

A police spokesman said last night: "There is no sug• gestion of foul play, but I would not hazard a

guess at the cause."
September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Mr. Roderick Norwood Fabriclus, eldest son of Col. and Mrs. R. D. N. Fabriclus, of Parklands, Droll% ich, Worcs., and

Mr. Roderick Norwood Fabriclus, eldest son of Col. and Mrs. R. D. N. Fabriclus, of Parklands, Droll% ich, Worcs., and

Miss Deborah Patricia Butler, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wyckham Denis Butler, of The Malt House, Barston. Solihull, after their wedding at St. Swithins, the parish church of Barston on Saturday.
September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
111-conceived

111-conceived

Politicians tend to be more accident-prone than most public figures, but one - ,vould have thought that someone of Mr. Rippon's experience would have sensed that dalliance, however innocent, with ideas of a "citizens' army," is fraught with hazards in the present prickly social
September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Moseley go out in

Moseley go out in

September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
• • Grimley & son CHARTERED SURVEYORS Temple Street, Birmingham 82 50X 021 643 5060 Lonrion 01 930 0288 Brussels

• • Grimley & son CHARTERED SURVEYORS Temple Street, Birmingham 82 50X 021 643 5060 Lonrion 01 930 0288 Brussels

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September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
the hops at his farm brought down by the wind Pictures: PETER ROIII4ISON 4••••' °.l° j .. - .. P

the hops at his farm brought down by the wind Pictures: PETER ROIII4ISON 4••••' °.l° j .. - .. P

4 . • Hops at the Guinness Farm, Leigh Sinton, near Worcester (oboe), lay strewn on the ground. their auppart poles twisted after a lashing by weekend gales. Below, Mr. Neston Capper, of Lower Hope Farm, Ullingswick, near Bromyard, inspects ..-..-.. • , ~, 4 . • • •. • * • a • -
September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Storm as girl canoeists saved in gale

Storm as girl canoeists saved in gale

A dispute blew up last night after nine canoe girls were sent to sea after a gale warning. 'lt was a completely madventure." said an angry• coastguard after a helicopter and lifeboat were forced to rescue twn sisters from their overturned canoes Anita Ta y lor. aged 13. wa c res
September 9, 1974 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England