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Before joining his first merchant boat he will probably spend a fortnight in an aircraft-carrier. Shipowners and the Seamen's Union approve the new scheme, which will strengthen the bond between Britain's fighting ships and trading ships in peace or war. Derek used to work for a
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Munn lton's Record out. i f t Up arts I ints for ewife. Felix chestra. vital. akistatll tart'.`' 'Cesar k

Munn lton's Record out. i f t Up arts I ints for ewife. Felix chestra. vital. akistatll tart'.`' 'Cesar k

Service. Music You Jack Septet. Riders Range. Natson's e (re- Variety vmpicS • lEye-Wit- Roberto umba icket. elsh Or- ay: Why Nations? w e n .t y Irmgard (sop- Young u s i asts hildren, Dlympics Johnny on (re- Henry G u"-est Promencert. Lws. ror'eople. Fiepc4 Parlia- Dr od in .
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Our Guest Sir HAROLD SPENCER JONES, F.R.S., Royal Observatory, Herstmonceux, Sussex. GREI GREENWICH HAS BECOME THE NATURAL BASE FOR ALL

Our Guest Sir HAROLD SPENCER JONES, F.R.S., Royal Observatory, Herstmonceux, Sussex. GREI GREENWICH HAS BECOME THE NATURAL BASE FOR ALL

CALCULATIONS SIMPLY BECAUSE IT HAS CARRIED OUT THE LONGEST CONTINUOUS OBSERVATIONS OF ; THE SUN AND STARS
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRONZE FOR SCOT

BRONZE FOR SCOT

Helen Gordon, 19, the Hamilton swimmer, won an Olympic bronze medal for Britain by finishing third in the 200 m. breast-stroke final at Helsinki yesterday.
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
for bigger says Butler

for bigger says Butler

witn the non-sterling world, and at least in balance with the world as a whole. The outstanding task remains to bring about a big increase in export earnings, especially outside the sterling area, not only this year but for many years to come. cannot be content with our present
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'Told Him the Scores'

'Told Him the Scores'

On the evening Mr. and Mrs. Newby were killed, Ogley had called to Fred Applejohn, who works for the Air Ministry at Riccall, asking him about cricket scores, the coroner (Colonel Innes Ware) was told. Mr. Applejohn explained: He hasn't got a wireless at his home." Then he said:
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BUS DRIVER WAS A PIPE SMOKER

BUS DRIVER WAS A PIPE SMOKER

I T was alleged yesterday that John Henry Phillips " did smoke his IT pipe " in his bus—and driver Phillips did not deny that he had the pipe in his mouth while he was driving. " But - I was only sucking it," he said to Daventry (Northants) magistrates, who were told that he had
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Korea peace is sure, says

Korea peace is sure, says

" Every time they stick their Fechteler heads out they get hurt." The main truce talks will be resumed on August 3, and the W casters kept up their HILE Communist broad- subject was kept " alive " yesterday by a long meeting of staff officers from both sides, says attacks on the
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RHODIAN CIGARETTE

RHODIAN CIGARETTE

No. 2 3/5d for 20 • No. 3 2/8d for 20 BY LAMBERT & BUTLER OF DRURY LANE Branch of The Imperial Tobacco Company (of Great Britain and Ireland), Limited
July 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England