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Too warm toy ork so thel rls go home

Too warm toy ork so thel rls go home

?ssed for hot day loria Butler wore 001. laced-up dress she and Mrs. M. s were beaten by K. Goodman and B. W. Knott at ledon yesterday. score was 6-4. s—'7, 6-1. D. C. THOMS IS DISMISSED T HE appeal by D. C. Thomson and Co. the Dundee publi,,hers. against a judge's refusal to gr
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOR THEM TO BE GUIDED BY.

FOR THEM TO BE GUIDED BY.

Korean policy is uncertain because the Western democracies have worked out no joint policy towards the Far East as a whole. Decisions should be made first, not afterwards. The present alarm will not be the last if the political leaders continue to confront crucial dangers in a f
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JUNE 27, 1952

JUNE 27, 1952

June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

AND WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON THEIR GOOD SHAPE - THESE OYSTERS ARE GOING TO THE FATTENING BEDS NOW-AFTER THAT THEY'LL BE TAKEN UP AGAIN AND CLEANED! , , Hard to Swallow ? OYSTERS OPEN UP TO FEED 1 "BETWEEN THE TOP AND L. 152 BUT SHUT TIGHT IF ANYTHING BOTTOM HALVES SO AS THE TOUCHES
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

DRAUGHTSMEN, Cart 0- graPhloo4; The Civil Service Commissioners invite applications for permanent appointments to the basic grade. Posts are In various Government Departments. Applications will be accepted at any time up to and including 31st August, 1952. 'unless an earlier dat
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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NOTTS v. LANCASHIRE. AL Nottingham. Nott• 271 and 91 for 11 Simpson not El. Lanes 210 (Wharton 53: Butler 5 for 381. SUSSEX v. LEICESTER. At Worthing. Leicester 325 and 81 (James 4 for 12. Wood 4 for 421. Sussex 190 (Walsh 7 for 97, Jackson 3 for S 0) and 13 for 0. KENT v. ESSEX
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWBURY

NEWBURY

2 o.—Radar Red (K ()ethic', 16-8 1; Alpine Knight 1100-8). 2; Sao De❑ 1100-7), 3. 22 ran. 1. 8. Tote: 4/1; 2/9. 20/10, 5,7. 2.3o.—Champasaur (F. Durr. 4-1), 1; Galvano (7-4 f), 2: Fairy Dell (10-11, 3. 5 ran. 4 Tote: 15/2; forecast 32 , 6. 3.o.—Nourreddln iD Smith, 15-2), 1; Pro
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Deny All Charges'

Deny All Charges'

Sent for trial, Marshall told the magistrate, "I deny all the charges." Mr. Appelbe said. "He desires to reserve his defence, and offers no evidence now." Marshall was said to have been working at a Foreign Office station at Hanslope Park (Bucks). Three charges alleg e that on A
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`Fantastic ru cheap travel

`Fantastic ru cheap travel

N OBODY raised any objection when tw applitd for a licence to run a night servi Liverpool So plans were made to carry return fare of 355. 3d. (Rail fare is 635.) But the bus companies —Ribble Motor Omnibuses, Ltd.—were then told by the Sc Only two buses may travel in each direct
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
' Doll Was on Fire'

' Doll Was on Fire'

**Another time," said Mrs. Walsh, "I saw smoke pouring from the window. I found the two children on a chair, with tears caused by the smoke pouring down their faces. A chair, a doll and a towel were on fire.' While another neighbour was giving evidence. the children's father sho
June 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England