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WANTS TO MEET LOUIS

WANTS TO MEET LOUIS

Freddie Beshore has arrived in Buffalo. New York, for his 15-cound heavyweight title fight on August 15 with Ezzard Charles, recognised the National Boxing Association as world champion.
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FREE SPEECH FOR POLLITT

FREE SPEECH FOR POLLITT

Liberals Told MR DINGLE FOOT, addressing the Liberal summer school at Cambridge today, said the question of the suppression of Communists in relation to security and sabotage did not really link together. " You may prohibit a man from speaking in Hyde Park, but it does not neces
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CANOE ON TOWER

CANOE ON TOWER

A canoe was found lashed to the weathervane on top of what is popularly known as the " Wedding Cake Tower " of St- John s College, Cambridge. It had been put there by unknown undergraduates during the weekend. It is tc be removed by members of the college staff.
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MARY, UNHARMED, FOUND FIVE MILES FROM HOME

MARY, UNHARMED, FOUND FIVE MILES FROM HOME

MARY TINDALE, the 35-year-old red-haired child who had been missing from her grandmother's home Thompsons-place, Felling, near Newcastle, since Friday afternoon, was found alive and apparently well, although hungry, thirsty and distressed, at Jarrow today. She was taken to Jarro
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NO WEDDING HITCH THIS TIME

NO WEDDING HITCH THIS TIME

MISS Elsie Irene Rendele (28), of Carfare-terr., Lipson, Plymouth, who missed her wedding on Saturday because of a holiday traffic jam, was married today at Plymouth Register Office to Mr Ronald Percy (30), of Poole. Dorset. Everything is all right, we are on holiday now," said
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
RATIONING STRIKE

RATIONING STRIKE

Thousands of Israelis went hungry today or took sandwiches to work as restaurant and cafe owners put their shutters and joined shopkeepers in sympathy with their strike against the newly-introduced points rationing for clothing and footwear. The restaurant strike was fixed for o
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TEN PEOPLE INJURED IN BUS-COACH CRASH

TEN PEOPLE INJURED IN BUS-COACH CRASH

TEN PEOPLE were taken to Birmingham General Hospital today for treatment for shock, cuts and abrasions received when a double-decker bus taking holidaymakers and others from Walsall to Birmingham was involved in a col iion with an empty coach. The coach was on its way to take a
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GIRL'S CHANNEL BID

GIRL'S CHANNEL BID

Miss Shirley May France, 17- year-old American schoolgirl, is due to make a Channel swim attempt from Cap Gris Nez at 2 am tomorrow. She left Dover today for Calais. This is her first attempt this year, but last year she made an unsuccessful effort in which she swam for lOhrs.
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PACIFIC PACT SOUGHT

PACIFIC PACT SOUGHT

MR PERCY SPENDER Australian Minister of External Affairs, on his arrival in Singapore today, indicated that during his visit to England and the United States he would try to interest other nations in a Pacific pact. Mr Spender will leave by air tomorrow for London. He said that
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England