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Don't get rough with a lovely smile by the trimming of your toothbrush. That's why every Hatex—nylon or bristle—is "Rondated",

Don't get rough with a lovely smile by the trimming of your toothbrush. That's why every Hatex—nylon or bristle—is "Rondated",

with the tips specially si6othed and rounded to be kinder to gums, better for the teeth, Be firm ... but friendly ... with a ' '4, !lb - - \ Not only your smile but your dental health is affected
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

CIVIL Service Commission. There are vacancies in the Government Service in Central London for Typists Grade I (40 • w.p.m.) and Grade II (30 w.p.m.) and for Shorthand Typists Grade I (100 w.p.m. shorthand, • 40 w.p.m and Grade H (80 w.p.m. shorthand. 30 wpm typing). Age limits 1
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

What do you think about Britain's effort at Helsinki ? Yesterday Toni Phillips invited readers to - give their opinions. Here is a selection of letters already received. the results are not quite as we would HANG OUT THE FLAGS! Have liked. He has becOme sour and bitter. T last t
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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REY QUEUE FOR £sjl TRIPS BLIGHTY THOUSANDS of Servicemen in the Middle East are queueing up to pay £5l for

REY QUEUE FOR £sjl TRIPS BLIGHTY THOUSANDS of Servicemen in the Middle East are queueing up to pay £5l for

a five-day leave in Britain. And so many of them want to pay to do the trip by RAF plane that they have had to be divided into priority groups. Group I are married men with children. Group II are married without children, and the last group are the bachelors. So far the RAF have
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CLOCKING IN

CLOCKING IN

* You like gadgets ? Well, there are enough here to keep you happy for a week. It's part of the instrument panel in a Globemaster transport on the Korean airlift, operated by the 315th Air Division of the American Air Force. The man in charge is assistant engineer Donald E. Sich
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
400 metres free style—men

400 metres free style—men

Semi-finals (eight fastest to final): Heat 1: 1. J. Boiteux (France), 4m. 33.15.; 2, ' °strand (Sar):,den), 4m. 33.65.; 3. J. C. Wardrop (Britain), 4m. 41.15.; 4. J. McLane (U.S.). 4m. 42.25. Heat 2: 1. W. Moore (U.S.). 4m. 42s Heat 3: 1. F. Konno (U.S.). 4m. 38.65.; 2. Duman (S
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
by ANGELA BEST

by ANGELA BEST

perseverance will turn you into a top-line typist. This is only her second job. After leaving school with matric and taking a year's secretarial course, she worked for four years on a newspaper, first in the typists' pool then as a secretary. Her interest in politics grew, so sh
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England