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"Sales Accounting is only the start"

"Sales Accounting is only the start"

went on the company secretary. 'Followed by what?' queried the managing director. "Powers-Samas machines are now used for invoicing, cost accounting, production control, stores ledgers, payroll, personnel records." 'Where? "In factories, business houses, retail stores, banks, Go
January 20, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM POST, WEDN

THE BIRMINGHAM POST, WEDN

January 6, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Commons Question on Great Bridge Firm's Scrap Mr. John Dugdale, Socialist M.P. for West Bromwich, is to ask in the

Commons Question on Great Bridge Firm's Scrap Mr. John Dugdale, Socialist M.P. for West Bromwich, is to ask in the

House of Commons next Monday how It happened that 1,000 packing-cases, containing unused and new radar equipment. are lying in the yard of one of the biggest steel stockholders and scrap merchants in the Black Country—John Cashmore, Ltd., of Great Bridge. banded with steel and "
January 20, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Financial BANK CH A11 A ON NEED FOR Co RT ITY

Financial BANK CH A11 A ON NEED FOR Co RT ITY

Financial BANK CH A 1 ON NEED FOR Co RT ITY Notes Front Ow City Editor 88. Pure? filiatur. 4. Tuesday MitD. J. ROBAXTI3, the chairman of National Provincial Bank. as forthright as his in outlining the bank's on current economic tondo. firm on the need for in current at Ise* to pr
January 20, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PORILIGN IIiONDS

PORILIGN IIiONDS

PORILIGN 4. 9 4 Japan Saarb414, ka. 413% 74 —1 OVERSEAS RAILWAYS An sy Can. Pacific (S2S) 42 United Uttar Cosa 64 —4 t 0 02,0 "le 3% Ob. ($100) 1044 4.1)a Barclays A AS/Its .0 40/3 (LS- 410/3 443 - Mid. partly 112 9I 7S/1012 —46 —l6 MA- MM n4IIIIURANCS 12 S Accdt. Is & Pi Le l ne
January 20, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
More Staff Needed

More Staff Needed

The undertaking is still badly understaffed, and at least 800 more drivers and conductors are required. After the meeting. a statement was issued by Aid. Watton and Mr. Harry Green, of the Transport and General Workers' Union. This said: " The 'proposals put forward by the union
January 20, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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January 20, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Union Claim Denied

Union Claim Denied

Mr. Leslie Penwill, director and secretary of the N.F.E.A., last night denied a claim by Mr. Stevens that some firms yesterday had given their workers " the day off with pay." " That statement is absolutely without fqundation," Mr. Penwill said. " The One or two contractors who
January 20, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
"The Birmingham Post" Fifty Years Ago A singular feat in the forgery of banknotes has Just been aczomplished in Copenhagen

"The Birmingham Post" Fifty Years Ago A singular feat in the forgery of banknotes has Just been aczomplished in Copenhagen

but with results that ultimately brought the author to disaster In a most ludicrous way. With no apparatus better than a small lithographic press and one or two most imperfect and primitive tools, a lithographer had succeeded in producing 10.000 notes of 10 kroner each so perfec
January 6, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
By OUR NEW DELHI CORRESPONDENT

By OUR NEW DELHI CORRESPONDENT

traveller permitted with grudging Victorian with British business suspicion to board the plane for houses filling the better part of Colombo. Official barriers to the town. The Ceylonese—generreaching this charming town are ally a Buddhist—does not appear even more formidable th
January 6, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England