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Gunner and Mrs. Wilcox.

Gunner and Mrs. Wilcox.

fairly good English. At present she is anxious to get out and meet more English people, and learn more about her new surroundings. The couple arrived in Birmingham early this morning, and, owing to the thick fog. they were unable to get a taxi. Fortunately, they were able to obt
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FLATS TO LET

FLATS TO LET

FURNISHED Bed-Sitting Room A ’kitchen Business ladies only 50/-Handswth. Wood —505 N Mail FURNISHED Bed-Sitting Rm. & kitchenette self-contained Edg. 30/- p.w.—814 Mall FURNISHED Flatlet single business people I—2 p.m. 69 jp.m.—355 Gillott Ra. Unfurnished flat to Let best part 5
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSES, &C., FOR SALE

HOUSES, &C., FOR SALE

LBERT Rd. Aston near Park Freeh. Villa -4X Residence 2 ■ recep. 4 bed bath rm. 2 garages Possession—Leonard Carver Co. 51 Waterloo St. BOURNBROOK Rookery Rd. Semi-detached Freehold Villa Residence 2 recep. 3 bed bath rm. immed. possn, £9oo—Leonard Carver A Co. 31 Waterloo St. BU
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

ACCORDION 120 bass Pietro push coupler indicator shell finish £35—223 Brandwood Rd. ALTO Saxophone Hawkes l.p. repadded £l7 —25 Stanway Rd. Shirley BECHSTEIN Orand superb brilliant well cared lor black first-class Piano £340 or near—Phone Kin 1393 ■VTARSHALL-ROBE Player Grand eq
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

LUMINIUM Soldering Women Wtd xX Bulpitt Sons Summerhill Rd. BAR-HELP female mngs. evgs. experd. refs. —Th© Shaftmoor Hall Green Spr. 1448 BARMAID lull or part-time Exp. not essentl. —Cross Guns High St. King’s Heath BARMAIDS experd. lull lime lor lounge & bar—The Green Man Harbo
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED

SITUATIONS WANTED

FOREMAN Polisher Plater disciplinaria* nickel chrome zinc cadmium first-cla * steel radiator polisher 22 yrs. exper. mix tain all solutions Requires cnangc—394 N M* l * JEWELLER ringmaker 32 desires part-ti®* Position alternate days—lBl N Mail lADY Seeks Position as Secretary Go
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
births

births

ARMSTRONG.—HaroId and Evelyn Margaret •re happy to announce the arrival of a son iPhillip John) on December 26. A grandson *or Mr. and Mrs. G. Boardman. Grateful thanks to mother, Nurse Jones and all neighbours. iJcNNETT—T* Veida (nee Gurney) and Ered, daughter (Jennifer Veida),
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FIRST BANANAS

FIRST BANANAS

MIDLANDS WILL GET MORE THAN 3,000,000 RIPENING PROCESS WILL
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Allocation Scheme

Allocation Scheme

The bananas will be distributed to retailers under allocation scheme and will be sold only for the under 18’s.” They will be sold by weight. BARMAID’S PLUCKY CHASE D-DAY SOLDIER CAUGHT AFTER THEFT detective described to the Birmingham magistrates to-day how a barmaid chased and
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HARD ROAD TO RECOVERY

HARD ROAD TO RECOVERY

NEED FOR FULLEST EFFORT BIRMINGHAM VIEW OF U.S. LOAN The immediate future holds no hope of easier living conditions, says the General Purposes Committee of Birmingham Chamber of Commerce in a report presented to the Council of the Chamber to-day. There is no road to recovery oth
December 31, 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England