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Fontwell Park

Fontwell Park

DINING GOOD (2m 11. hurdles. 11371.-Mr. H. 0. CoUins's HERON'S LAD (11-4. D. H. Clerk). I; Priddy Hill (15-11 ant.. fay.). 2; Scottish Flake (9-21, : Pearly 4,_ Near the Wiad 5. Chun Cut. Sacred Genres (Awn Al At Sea lest. 6 Tented .19• snots Wa 3/Irm. 1. 2 3 le e.. 112. Meins.
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Exciting Tussle

Exciting Tussle

Mrs. 0. Valentine and 0. E. Beharrell, semi-finalists last year. also reached the last 16. In the morning they defeated Miss M. (lourlay and Maj. A. Sandilands by 4 and 3. and then had a tremendous tussle with Miss Z. Price and J. A. Thornhill, the match going to the 19th hole.
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
good-bye Jacqueline, seretse, aged

good-bye Jacqueline, seretse, aged

Direct Talks With Egypt on Suez Secret Sessions of U.N. Delayed Mr. Selwyn Lloyd. the British Foreign Secretary. M. Pineau. the French Foreign Minister. and Dr. Fawzi. the Egyptian Foreign Minister. met in the office of the United Nations Secretary-General in New York last night
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
demand from the Midlands.

demand from the Midlands.

The policy of tax reduction is to continue. The nation. it is pointed out, paid in the last year 2800 m. less in taxes as the result of Conservative budgets in the last five years. With inflation under control._ the assumption is encouraged that further progress in tax relief wi
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Air of Optimism

Air of Optimism

News of the direct talks produced an air of optimism at the United Nations that a basis for negotiation of the dispute would be found. Ina brief communique after Its closed meeting. the council said that the next meeting would be held privatey tomorrow._ _ _ Mr. Shepilov. the So
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FEATURES

FEATURES

Motoring and Motor Sport 3 Alice in Wondertow•n .... 4 Midland Diary London Letter The Living Theatre To the Editor A Political Lay Financial saws Contract Bridge Notes 9 Radio and T Programmes 9 Spsrt Crossword le Two Midland Men in Prison Break Four Escape at Dover Four prison
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WHEN some of us learned that the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, would close after all on December 15. our first reaction

WHEN some of us learned that the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, would close after all on December 15. our first reaction

wassimply and surprisingly"So Vic Oliver was right!" In his curtain-speech at Old King Cole last Christmas. he said that it would be the Royal's final pantomime. Exactly. But we have had to wait nine months—months of contradiction, coyness, and rumour—for this to be confirmed. M
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
From CHURCH AND Page DIVORCE

From CHURCH AND Page DIVORCE

the legalistic position to a better understanding of that most difficult task of speaking the truth in love." On the report on pastoral care of those re-married after divorce, the Bishop of Chelmsford. Dr. S. F. Allison, said their present policy did not in any way suggest that
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Did Not Tell Parents

Did Not Tell Parents

Mr. H. M. Blenkinsop, defending. said it seemed that the boy had very little reason for committing the offences. but had just disclosed that his eyes were the trouble. After leaving school they gave him considerable pain. He became very worried. but did not tell his parents. Lat
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPENCER HOPWOOD LTD.

SPENCER HOPWOOD LTD.

SPENCER HOPWOOD LTD . Forth Bonk Works, Newcastle upon !so", 1.
October 10, 1956 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England