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25 years ago

Former paratrooper Maurice Healy, from Rednal, picked up a cheque for pounds 1,000 after he was voted an 'Ideal Father'. He beat off competition from 5,000 other entrants.

The Birmingham Post, June 1980

50 years ago

The headmaster of Bromsgrove School, Mr L. Carey suggested that a university degree was no longer 'the passport to heaven' as it once might have been. He said that it was better for boys to aim for an industrial clerkship

The Birmingham Post, June 1955

100 years ago

An inquiry was held at Solihull Workhouse into the death of a man. The body of William Rowley aged 56 was found at Hay MIlls by his brother-in-law after he had wandered off into the night.

The Birmingham Daily Post, June 1905
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Jun 11, 2005
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