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Young Woman, 25, No Vote, Says: Politics is Dirtv and Dull Game ROSEMARY MENZIES-mLSON. aged 21 hen war started and

Young Woman, 25, No Vote, Says: Politics is Dirtv and Dull Game ROSEMARY MENZIES-mLSON. aged 21 hen war started and

still unable to vote because the register has not been brought up to date, broadcast last night her attitude towards life. She said that she did not belong to a political party, did not understand politics and was not interested. But she was interested in the social issues which
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
384 AGAINST 54

384 AGAINST 54

U.S. War Department announced last night that in January. February and March, U.S. Army planes shot down 384 Jap planes, and lost only 54. ITALIAN GENERAL KILLED Col.-Gen. Luigi Bonfatti, former Attache to Moscow and Belgrade, has been killed in action in Tunisia.
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SUMMER CENTRAL RUSSIANS CLEANING UP KUBAN NAZIS PROBE

SUMMER CENTRAL RUSSIANS CLEANING UP KUBAN NAZIS PROBE

DONETZ LINE SSI A N forces are steadily closing the ring tighter around the remaining German troops in the Kuban area of the Northern Caucasus. The Germans are now left with only a strip the mainland, about 4<) miles broad and 15 miles deep, the rest of the peninsula >being deso
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEPLORABLE MOVE IN INDIA POLICY

DEPLORABLE MOVE IN INDIA POLICY

nnHE India situation has deteriorated very seriously as a result of the Viceroy’s refusal to allow Mr. Rajagopalachari and his colleagues in the Congress to discuss the position with Mr. Gandhi in prison. What is so depressing and exasperating to an impartial observer is that th
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Rubber Stamps, Stencils, etc. SH RUBBER STAMP CO.. LTD., 2l, Constitution-hill. Birmingham. 19 CEN 7160

Rubber Stamps, Stencils, etc. SH RUBBER STAMP CO.. LTD., 2l, Constitution-hill. Birmingham. 19 CEN 7160

April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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CONCERTS, ETC.

CONCERTS, ETC.

April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Vickers Limited—Continued technical departments concerned; in addition the development of new types has continued. Our engineering works have expanded their

Vickers Limited—Continued technical departments concerned; in addition the development of new types has continued. Our engineering works have expanded their

production of armaments of every description and have kept pace with the ever-changing requirements. The demands upon the capacity of the English Steel Corporation have been intensive. The Corporation has delivered an increased supply both of steel and of machined products. They
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
»/i Before Pit

»/i Before Pit

■ of three months’ Imt with hard labour was Coalville magistrates on Roland Earp. aged ising to obey a National fleer’s direction to work und at Ellistown Colre he was working on the magistrates he did to work down the pit. not mind going to
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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IE HEALERS- the first sign attack IFLUENZA RONCHITIS R COLDS CHEMISTS Is, 3S)la*» tub«» •nd 3? in (tamps to- Fennings, Cowes, 1.0 W. "EVERYBODY'S DOCTOR* Taka a tin of Fannings o/ntment home mOAI OFFER w Uu*hu/ \HAIR CURLERS PER OOZKNi ■4^AWPO*T EXTRA »uppHed,Tonly the public. B
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
“PRUNE PRESS BRANCHES IN

“PRUNE PRESS BRANCHES IN

THE VICTOR LOOKS ON : A lone soldier of the • Green Howards guards a : batch of Rommel’s men • who fell into our hands during the victorious : assault on the Mareth Line defences. m Happy Coal “Peace Pact” Both sides of the coal mining industry welcomed yesterday the report of t
April 3, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England