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chosen for the post of Deputy Chief of Staff to General Mark Clark, the United Nation s' Commander-in-Chief. Major -

chosen for the post of Deputy Chief of Staff to General Mark Clark, the United Nation s' Commander-in-Chief. Major -

General Shoosmith will be able to tell General Clark of likely British reaction to new moves in Korea, but his loyalties will be to his Commander - in - Chief, and he will not be able to report to the British Government wit hout General Clark's consent. The present system of con
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`ABSENT-MINDED' AUTHORESS WAS CARELESS WITH CIGARETTES

`ABSENT-MINDED' AUTHORESS WAS CARELESS WITH CIGARETTES

NOVELIST Penelope Bowers, 37, was " careless about the way she put cigarettes down " when absorbed in her work, a witness said at the inquest on her yesterday She used to smoke a lot and on previous occasions she had " accidents with fire," added the witness, Arjun Singh Pramar,
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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HOME 6.30 A n Orchestra. 7.0 News. 7.15 Nort] Ireland L i Orchestra. 7.50 Lift Your Heart 8.0 News. 8.15 R e g Orchestra. 9.0 Recita 9.30 A 1% to the Cour 9.45 C e Fran6k cords). 10.15 Sery 10.30 M u While Work : J Coles Orche 11.0 Loveri Martin - Ho Trio. 11.30 Ride: the Range.
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
6.20 Bart Ol 6.45 " Rey: the Fox." 7.40 Bach' John Passio: 8.25 Kor Lorenz and AnimaTS-: 8.45 St. J

6.20 Bart Ol 6.45 " Rey: the Fox." 7.40 Bach' John Passio: 8.25 Kor Lorenz and AnimaTS-: 8.45 St. J

Passion (Par 10.20 Ima ary Conve tions. 10.55 C Franck. 11.35 Imp sions of A can Educa t REGION Midtan 6.15 News. 6.30 Olym Report. 6.35 Sport North 5.25 Child] 6.15 News. 6.30 Midla 6.35 Hol Harmony. 7.0 Top T, (Guiseley v. I rogate). 10.0 Noctu N. Irelar 12.25 Agri tural annct
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DRIVER

THE DRIVER

(Mrs.) G, F. Pearse. Preston birthday and a fine iced L AST week, at the end of WvOMEN can't do a Park. Brighton (Sussex). cake. Neighbours are very my second driving test. coin in ercial travel- good, too. It seems people SHOPS the examiner told me 1 had ler's job ? Rubbish ! I
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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five-year-old d a u g h t e r, Bertha." The detective said at Hendon that when the mother, Mrs. Mabel Daniel, of Colin-gardens, Hendon, London, met the man she " was struck by his charming and sincere manner." The man, William Edward Irwin, - ofi West
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Heath-road, Golders Green, London, told her that he was single and hoped to retire on a £2,000 insurance policy, the detective added. Bertha broke off an engagement, and her marriage to Irwin was fixed for June 14 this year. He borrowed £4O in March " to go to Jersey to sign pap
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Clear Win

Clear Win

DAI DOWER, 18, apprentice fitter at a Mountain Ash colliery, gained a clear points victory over Abdelamid Bouternouc,thet,_ of France, when the m- pic boxing began with the flyweight competition He scored freely with lefts to the head and jolting right uppercuts, and the judges
July 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SHE 'LOST' 10 YEARS-AND LOSES HER JOB Bpi

SHE 'LOST' 10 YEARS-AND LOSES HER JOB Bpi

SHE 'LOST' 10 YEARS-AND LOSES HER JOB B i AN English woman teacher who got a job in Armagh, N. Ireland, had taken ten years off her age when she applied for the post. When the Armagh County Education Committee found out about it they cancelled her appointment. " Although it may l
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAY UP FOR MILLIONS

PAY UP FOR MILLIONS

NEARLY five million workers have had pay increases totalling £2,000,000 a week during the first six months of this year, it was announced last night. Largest section to benefit was the builders —1,184,000 of them share £607,400 a week more. Changes in wage rates which came into
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England