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... so moody when he's not!

... so moody when he's not!

Teeth want whiteness—but . . . teeth which are white can still be lost through gum troubles. That is why S.R. contains sodium ricinoleate, used for gum treatment. It's wise to brush teeth and gums with S.R.— the way your dentist tells you. KEEPS TEETH WHITE AND GUMS HEALTH uch -
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
2-&HOOVER

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CLEANER BEATS ... a P it g,t,eof... CXean,
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
QUITS, WHO?

QUITS, WHO?

Morris 8 on Saturuay. It was a fam.y to the theatre. A treat for his wife and the childre —Clare, 12, and Tim, 10—home from boarding sch for the holidays. But the family never came back. Homeward-bound All four were killed. This picture shows the mangled wreckage of the car a fe
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Trapeze fall see o on BRITAIN'S TV ence saw the on the flying trafx.lll fall twice last nile h a

Trapeze fall see o on BRITAIN'S TV ence saw the on the flying trafx.lll fall twice last nile h a

relay from Mills' Circus ( W rite' Clifford Davis). e He was one o f Flying Condoras' he was trying to •do two - and -a - halt-tiolo round somersault. As he swung iro ol is trapeze, he relied His Partner to catch r t. his feet. But the art' ner, hanging downwards frool :1 e 116
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January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE'S ONLY HAPPY WORKING . . .

HE'S ONLY HAPPY WORKING . . .

JOCK McANAW wore a savage smile yesterday as he drove a shovel through virgin clay behind his new council house at Eastwood. Leigh-on-Sea. Essex. to a hundred and your trousers burned beyond repair in six weeks. " I got £2 a week for that. I was fetched up in poverty and always
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BESS

BESS

Washington, Sunday. AMERICA'S First Lady is taking a back seat during this week's fuss, excitement and fanfare over the Churchill visit. Indeed, the sixty-six-year-old wife of the President is more than a thousand miles from Washington in the simplicity of the Truman family home
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 6 keeps her golden stole soft and shimmering with Lux 1 A GOLDEN SATIN STOLE with one end sleeved

Page 6 keeps her golden stole soft and shimmering with Lux 1 A GOLDEN SATIN STOLE with one end sleeved

an . dramatically cuffed, the other free to fall i graceful folds —this is Miss Hobson's choice of o brilliant accessory to highlight stark, smart clothe "Lux keeps it smooth and lovely—an soft, so very soft," she says. You, to will find that Lux is safest for your fin things—an
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIRD DIVISION CLUB SEEN LAWTON AS NEW CHIEF

THIRD DIVISION CLUB SEEN LAWTON AS NEW CHIEF

By Bob Ferrier STILL buzzing with rumours is the historic old city of Nottingham. The affairs of Notts County are responsible. Having already lived through an eventful week, County fans may find that Tommy Lawton, their centre forward—now playing inside right to make room for Ce
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England