MS W4,yx'''-''rT i SIXPENCE m°n Edited by Sir John H&mmerfon NOVEMBER 1 O. 1944 DOVER’S SYMBOL OF THANKSGIVING—the Town Flag—was hoisted for the first time since the early days of the war by tha Mayor, Alderman J.R. Cairns, J.P., on September 30,1944. He led the rejoicings of Britain’s "front-line town,” crowds dancing and singing in the flag-hung streets after loudspeakers had announced that after four years’ ordeal of cross-Channel shelling all enemy long-range guns mounted in French ports opposite had been silenced or captured, Photo, Plain!’ News N O .194 WILL BE PUBLI5HFD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24
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