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SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

gETTERS & QPERATORS ANTED No. k No. 7 WARD TURRETS. District Rate, plus Good Bonuses. Apply, EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT (8.M.), JJRITISH fJIHOMSON-JJOUSTON £lO., J^TD., RUGBY fJIOOL p OOM PER ATI YES. Vacancies exist for all types First-Class Tool Room Mechanics for day and night shi
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APARTMENTS WANTED

APARTMENTS WANTED

APARTMENTS Wanted, unfurnished, two rooms, **? kitchen: lady, refined, homely; coal fire; moderate* Sparkhill. Moseley.—B2 V, Mail. ~ BED-BREAKFAST, partial use sittin? room, eldenj refined gentleman; terms moderate; Sparkhill distrJ p cferred.—466 Y. Mail. , BED-SITTING Room; w
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOLIDAY CAMPS

HOLIDAY CAMPS

COUTH DEVON HOLIDAY CAMP, PAIGNTtfN. Chafets, Cabins, Tent JPitches. Tennis, Table Tennis, Dancing, Sports. Overlooking Torbay. Accommodation 500. FLOODLIT SWIMMING POOL. Stamp Ulus. Booklet G. A GLORIOUS HOLIDAY with Sport and Entertainment on you, doorstep.—SQUlßES GATE HOLIDA
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REVISED TAXI FARES

REVISED TAXI FARES

PROPOSALS TO BIRMINGHAM
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ARMY FOOD CONTRACTS MAY BE SUBJECT TO ARMS PROFITS TAX

ARMY FOOD CONTRACTS MAY BE SUBJECT TO ARMS PROFITS TAX

Large food contracts for the Army and for storage in war time ■would not be excluded from the scope of the arms profits tax, Dr. Leslie Burgin announced in the Commons last night when the House again went into committee on the Finance Bill. The Minister said that at an early dat
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LEWISS (or VALUE

LEWISS (or VALUE

Special Purchase of 12,000 yds. RAYON WASHING SPUN . . . at 25% off! In 20 fast J to washing shades. 36in. wide. Yd. SMI ■
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Fundamental Questions

Fundamental Questions

The Japanese Foreign Office spokesman said to-day that the negotiations would certainly start with the question of the British concession Tientsin, but he had no idea how they would develop.” Certainly some fundamental questions would be discussed. The Tientsin issues themselves
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FIRE TRAGEDY

FIRE TRAGEDY

30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CLIPPER OFF AGAIN 15 PASSENGERS RETURNING TO NEW YORK

CLIPPER OFF AGAIN 15 PASSENGERS RETURNING TO NEW YORK

Fifteen of the 17 passengers who crossed the Atlantic in the Yankee Clipper when she inaugurated the weekly air-mail service between New York and England this week, were passengers on the machine when she left Southampton on her return flight at 3.17 this afternoon. The Clipper,
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HELP FOR REFUGEES

HELP FOR REFUGEES

The Lord Mayor of Birmingham is taking a close personal interest in the preparations for the flag day for refugees which he is sponsoring, and which is being held in Birmingham on July 15. He is seen in the picture paying a visit to the workers who are busy making the preparatio
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England