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AIR SEARCH FOR SCOUTS GOES ON

AIR SEARCH FOR SCOUTS GOES ON

LANCASTER from * St. Eval, Cornwall, and a nco,n aircraft from tonL ok, Lines, took off early fo.. y. t0 continue the search whaler, Wangle 111., ChaJ the English jjannei with 10 London sea j ol, aboard. a third plane - a t as from Binbrook, joined search. . s were instructed to
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
'I WAS DISGUSTED, AND HIT LEFT AND RIGHT'

'I WAS DISGUSTED, AND HIT LEFT AND RIGHT'

WAS DISGUSTED, AND HIT LEFT AND RIGHT' Jj^>MAN' TURNED OUT TO BE A MAN Accused Miner ATRICK COONEY, 25-year-old miner, of ArundeltnH * 3a,tor >. near Rothernam, was charged al Rotherham «f with the manslaughter of Kenneth Charles Crowe a, Hounsn B!d-rd., Rotherham. Crowe's body w
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BRITAIN'S FORCE FOR KOREA

BRITAIN'S FORCE FOR KOREA

25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
' BRITAIN SHOULD WITHDRAW GRACEFULLY' BERTRAND RUSSELL, the British philosopher, said in Singapore today that he thought Britain "should withdraw

' BRITAIN SHOULD WITHDRAW GRACEFULLY' BERTRAND RUSSELL, the British philosopher, said in Singapore today that he thought Britain "should withdraw

gracefully in Asia as she did in India and not wait to be driven out in the event of war." The Korean war and other Communist aggression in Asia were part of a scheme to draw armed forces out of Britain and Europe. The vital theatre of war " when war does come" was Europe, and i
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FEUD OVER LOVERS: ARMY CALLED IN

FEUD OVER LOVERS: ARMY CALLED IN

FEUD OVER LOVERS: ARMY CALLED THE GREEK ARMY have reinforced the gendarmerie to prevent "love kidnapping from causing an armed clash between supporters of two opposing sides in a family feud. Fearing a major disturbance after the kidnapping of Miss Thassoula Petrakoghiorghis, dau
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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JULY TOURISTS BROKE RECORD

JULY TOURISTS BROKE RECORD

THE BRITISH Travel and Holidays Association announced today that an all - time record for tourist arrivals in Great Britain was established during July. Sir Alexander Maxwell, chairman of the association, said that foreign visitors totalled 93,768, which was 30 per cent, more th
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BUTLIN'S: 'POSITION BETTER THAN IT APPEARS'

BUTLIN'S: 'POSITION BETTER THAN IT APPEARS'

MR W. E. BUTLIN, chairman and managing director, stated at the annual shareholders' meeting of Butlin's, Ltd., today, that the capital and reserves for the Holiday Camp Company amounted to £1,413,984, an increase of £23,486 compared with 1948. " Our liquid position is not as sat
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
N.U.R. Ask For 10 Per Cent. Rise

N.U.R. Ask For 10 Per Cent. Rise

THE RAILWAY STAFF conference will hear in London this afternoon a further application by a raitway union for an increase in wages. The conference have already heard a claim by the Railway Clerks' Association for a 7j per cent, increase for their 86.000 members, and one from the
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SIX CASES OF POLIO IN HULL

SIX CASES OF POLIO IN HULL

THERE ARE NOW six confirmed cases of polio in Hull and two under observation. Previous figures were four confirmed and three under observation. The additional confirmed cases are a child and a man. One more suspected case, a child, has been notified Beverley, bringing the East R
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WITNESS HAS HYSTERICS, COURT-MARTIAL TOLD

WITNESS HAS HYSTERICS, COURT-MARTIAL TOLD

THE COURT-MARTIAL was resumed at Hereford RAF station today of a flight-sergeant, in charge of service police, who was yesterday alleged to have taken airwomen into custody after finding them with airmen in the camp at night and threatened to charge them if they did not agree to
25 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England