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FOREIGN ROUND-UP Communist leader killed by the Green

FOREIGN ROUND-UP Communist leader killed by the Green

Howards PATROL of Green Howards. led by Second-Lieut. Dutton k:::ed three terrorists and captured three. including two women, in the Taints area of Perak State. yesterday,_ -- Kinong'ihiTs - e -- iiilled was Phanfl Ngen. a committee member of the la'avan Communists, who had £1.6
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Basil Radford seriously ill Holme Moss shepherds to go on TV

Basil Radford seriously ill Holme Moss shepherds to go on TV

Two shepherds who tend their sheep on the lonely moorland in the shadow of the giant TV mast on Holme Moss had a change yesterday when, taking their four dogs, they went to the station to rehearse their parts in a feature designed to show viewers what it is like in and around th
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Six more M.P.s for Strasbourg

Six more M.P.s for Strasbourg

A 10. Downing Street announcement last night named a further six M.P.s as substitutes for the United Kingdom delegation to the consultative assembly of the Council of Europe which resumes its session in Strasbourg on September 15. They are: Conservative. Mr. John Foster (Northwi
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS SESSIONS Bradford man gaoled for

LEEDS SESSIONS Bradford man gaoled for

tavern theft EDWARD DUFF (51), maintenance man, of Boldshay Street, Bradford, former manager of the Cemetery Tavern. Middleton Road. Leeds, was goaled for nine months at Leeds Quarte:: Sessions yesterday after uleading "Guilty" to stealing £305 as servant from Ind Coope and Alls
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
" DOUBLE" EVENT

" DOUBLE" EVENT

In 1947 when Morecambe Rotary !Club organised a mass walk across . the sands, more than 200 young people took part. Although a oneway ;journey i.. _ somesenoughfor acme. fl ; people have walked both ways ! between the tides. These include Mr. Jack Hackett, a local journalist. an
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Fewer people out of work in textiles

Fewer people out of work in textiles

rrHE efforts by the Governine-: 2 - to arrest the growing unemployment in the textile industry reflected in the reduction. b • 41.500. in the number of registercr: unemployed in textiles on July 14 last. The Minisfry of Labo:;-. announcing this in its review today of the employm
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
ANNE RIDING'S FEMININE SPOTLIGHT annsarmEm Impressions of a famous cannery. • A "dream of modern industry Shelling peas FRESH peas were being shelled mechanically at the rate of 300 1016. sacks on hour. As the season of garden pees lasts imOy about six weeks, the bulk of the peas handled are the processed kind. Have a glance at the progress through the factory of yellow Pershore plums from beshom. they are graded, filled direct into the con, syrup is added, gases are driven out, lids are fixed, and the can

ANNE RIDING'S FEMININE SPOTLIGHT annsarmEm Impressions of a famous cannery. • A "dream of modern industry Shelling peas FRESH peas were being shelled mechanically at the rate of 300 1016. sacks on hour. As the season of garden pees lasts imOy about six weeks, the bulk of the peas handled are the processed kind. Have a glance at the progress through the factory of yellow Pershore plums from beshom. they are graded, filled direct into the con, syrup is added, gases are driven out, lids are fixed, and the can

s are cooked in a giant's kitchen of vertical retorts. NEXT time I se* food in the larder I shall remember the moving staircase of peas, the rneturometer that lIKVISMIOS the maturity of peas, huge cookers full of conned plums and a girl throwing cons into a container with astonis
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
London Diary CHANCE FORA "JUNIOR 8.A."

London Diary CHANCE FORA "JUNIOR 8.A."

167, Fleet Street Friday Night. THE Duke of Edinburgh will interrupt his holiday in Scotland to attend the opening of the British Association meeting in Belfast on September 3. An immediate past-president. the Duke will propose a vote of thanks to the present president, Prof. A.
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
GIRL'S DISTINCTION

GIRL'S DISTINCTION

JANET LORD (13), of S. Field„. way. Clayton, Bradford, has gained second highest marks in Britain and Ireland in the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music grade six (intermediate) pianoforte examination and has been d.- dared a silver medallist. Instead of a medal, howe
August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
iscemp INNINGS

iscemp INNINGS

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August 9, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England