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ARRIVAL OF LETTER MAILS IN LONDON TO DAY

ARRIVAL OF LETTER MAILS IN LONDON TO DAY

From U.S.A., Canada. Bahamas, British Honduras, Mexico and Central America, Panama and West Coast of South America and Leeward Islands, per Normandie. From L'.S.A., Canada and Bermuda, per Aquitania. Ke) .va. Nyasaland. Rhodesia (Northern and Southern). Sudan (Anglo-EKyptian). T
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Miss Wadlow Recovers

Miss Wadlow Recovers

The mast remarkable single of the day was that in which Miss Wadlow, who won the women’s singles last year, reached the final at the expense of Miss M. L. David, the Warwickshire player, by 2-6, 7-5, 6-4. Miss David, shrewdly directing all her drives to the backhand, steadily ou
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WOMEN’S DOUBLES

WOMEN’S DOUBLES

Semi-final: Miss B. M. Goodman and Miss G. Vaughton, w.0.; Miss M. Wadlow and Miss J. L. Hammaud beat Miss M. P. Clay and Miss B. N Knapp. 6-1, 4-6, 6-2. MIXED DOUBLES First round: A. J. Nasmyth and Miss J. L. Hammand heat J. A. B. Evans and Mrs. Gerrard, 7-5, 6-1; A. J. Mottram
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MIXED DOUBLES

MIXED DOUBLES

First round: It. A. Gray and Mrs. H. L. Smith heat W. G. Beaumont and Miss Smallwood (30), 6-3 1-6, 6-2. round: H. F. Jackson and Miss H. Jenkins (30.1) beat A G It. Whitebouse and Mrs. E. G. Hicks (15 3). 2-6, 6-4, 7-5: P. and Mis* M. Hay (15.5) beat K. B. Hulls and Mrs. E. G.
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Men’s Singles (Section B)

Men’s Singles (Section B)

Third round: H. T. Allsop beat J. F. Duesburv (40). 7-5. 10-8; J. E. dies worth (30.4) beat E. R. Cowiu (30.2), 6-1, 6-4. Semi-final: G. J. W. Baker <30.5) beat Allsop, G-3, 6-2; P. F. Bartlam (30.2) beat Chesworth, G-4, 6-4.
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

I am perfectly certain tJhat we all, from whatever country we come, will have the same feeling of sympathy for the boys of those other countries iwho are not able to be with us. We shall, at the same time, be feeling hope that at some not very distant date shall be able to take
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REPORT STATES FIRE RISK IS

REPORT STATES FIRE RISK IS

NEGLIGIBLE The committee that has examining the position slow-burning films—used primarily for advertising, educational and propaganda purposes—reports in a White-paper issued yesterday that no practical difficulties seem to arise from the policy adopted by the majority of local
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SAFEGUARDING RIGHTS OF DEMOCRACY FORESTERS’ CONCERN IN INTERNATIONAL SITUATION STRONG FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE ORDER More than 700 delegates from

SAFEGUARDING RIGHTS OF DEMOCRACY FORESTERS’ CONCERN IN INTERNATIONAL SITUATION STRONG FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE ORDER More than 700 delegates from

all parts United Kingdom were at Aberdeen L for the opening session of the annual High of the Ancient Order of Foresters. . [ In his ipresidential address, the High Ranger, Mr. E. M. Spafford, of said that year ago, at Chatham, they c °. u f see national difficulties looming ahe
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
VARIETY theatres

VARIETY theatres

Hippodrome. —The career of Joe Loss provides a piquant commentary on the vicissitudes of the music-maker in this generation. Unable to find sufficient pupils as a teacher of the violin, he turned to orchestral work in the days of the silent cinema, only to find that living threa
August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BOMBER CRASHES ON

BOMBER CRASHES ON

August 8, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England