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Prompt Release

Prompt Release

The fact that the Indians have asked for the Assembly to meet to discuss the prisoner of war issue does not mean that Gen. Thimayya. the Indian chairman of the Repatriation Commission, will retain custody of the prisoners until the Assembly has reached a decision. According to t
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
M UARROW 9 S of Birmingham Official Agents for

M UARROW 9 S of Birmingham Official Agents for

January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
No Time to Relax

No Time to Relax

There will be no time for relaxation. Kista Dan must be bound for home before the big freeze-up starts again. She is expected to spend no more than a fortnight at the base. In that time, it is hoped, the first two huts will beup, providing adequate accommodation for the men left
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Murder Trial Conviction to Stand Shropshire Man's Appeal Dismissed When Desmond Donald Hooper (27), of Atcham Camp, Shropshire, appealed before

Murder Trial Conviction to Stand Shropshire Man's Appeal Dismissed When Desmond Donald Hooper (27), of Atcham Camp, Shropshire, appealed before

the Court of Criminal Appeal yesterday against his conviction at Shropshire Assizes on a charge of murdering 12-year-old Betty Selina Smith, his counsel, Mr. G. G. Baker, Q.C., said he could raise no objection to the description by Mr. Justice Cassels (who tried the•case) of the
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MIDLAND INSTITUTE'S CONVERSAZIONE

MIDLAND INSTITUTE'S CONVERSAZIONE

Everest Expedition Equipment on Show By a Staff Reporter Souvenirs of last year's Everest Expedition hold pride of place among a rich variety of exhibits assembled for the Birmingham and Midland Institute's annual Conversazione—or " festival of the arts and sciences "—which begi
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OMME

OMME

Wolverhampton Road. Birmingham 32.
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STOURBRIDGE

STOURBRIDGE

tourball Stabletord Bogey: W. C. I. Boulton (2) and W. G. Attwnod (5) 39 pts.. W. T9eddril Iscrt and M. D. Tared&ll (Ii) 35. A V. P. ilowlands ((0) and 3. A. Bridgewater (II) 35. L. M. Stuart (3) and D L. Hayes 10( 34. T 0. Penn (3) and H. A. truest (6) 33. D. A. Fiddian (I) and
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS Tunisia Railway Strike

LATEST NEWS Tunisia Railway Strike

Railwaymen belonging to the Tunisian C.0.T.. Christian and independent trade unions decided yesterday to go on a 24-hour token strike for higher wages. They were due to stop work at midnight. MR. EDEN'S ASSURANCE TO RUSSIA Security Against Germany COMPROMISE NEED AT BERLIN TALKS
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Reduced Waiting List for Telephones Midland Area Divided Because of Growth in Service In the foreseeable future the Post Office

Reduced Waiting List for Telephones Midland Area Divided Because of Growth in Service In the foreseeable future the Post Office

will be " selling telephones in the Midland region instead of telling people why they cannot have them." This was stated yesterday by Mr. W. T. Gemmell, director of the region, in announcing changes in administration and a reduced waiting list for telephones. The present Birming
January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
rot, 41.60- meek

rot, 41.60- meek

January 12, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England