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Images Dated 1st March 1989

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Mother's Day turned into quite a treat for Mrs Kitty Weir Featured 1 Mar 1989 Image

Mother's Day turned into quite a treat for Mrs Kitty Weir

Mother's Day turned into quite a treat for Mrs Kitty Weir.
Not only was it her 80th birthday but she was special guest at a surprise party witch brought together four generations of her family.
He daughter, Mrs Judy Grundy, of New Mill, was there with her own three daughters, Mrs Julia Crosland, Mrs Maxine Jones and 10-year old Rebecca Grundy.
Mrs Crosland, of Armitage Bridge, has a three-year old son, Charles, and her sister has a 10-year old boy, Richard.
More than 20 members of the family gathered at Honley's Old Silk Mill for a party organised by Mrs Jones, who lives in Meltham.
Mrs Weir, of Quarmby, had five children, 11 grandchildren and eight great garndchildren. Members of the family now live in Canada, Australia and Germany.
She is pictured with (from left) rear, Rebecca, Mrs Jones, Mrs Grundy and Mrs Crosland. With youngsters Richard and Charles and Pierre AlainWeir at front. 5th March 1989

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Taung skull Featured 1 Mar 1989 Image

Taung skull

The original type specimen of Australopithecus africanus, known also as the Taung specimen, discovered in 1924 at a lime quarry near Taung in South Africa. It was described in 1925 by Raymond Dart, professor of anatomy at Witwatersrand University. The specimen was reassembled from the partial remains of a juvenile skull, and an endocast of the right half of the brain (background), formed by the petrification of sediments which filled the cranium after death. Dart's claim that A. africanus was an ancestor of man was ridiculed until Robert Broom's discoveries in 1940 showed that the australopithecines were indeed hominids

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