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July 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LOOKED UNDER BED FOR FEAR WAS LYING IN WIFE WAIT

LOOKED UNDER BED FOR FEAR WAS LYING IN WIFE WAIT

AHUSBAND became so frightened of his wife after he left her that he said he used to look under his bed for fear that she had got into his room and was hiding there, a divorce judge said yesterday. On one occasion, the judge went on, the couple met and the wife invited her husban
July 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
almost boredom, among the French. The real reason is that they cannot quite understand the Englishman's enthusiasm for giving the

almost boredom, among the French. The real reason is that they cannot quite understand the Englishman's enthusiasm for giving the

folks at home a tourist's eye view of the sights of Paris. Many Frenchmen would prefer to show us studio performances, more serious surveys of French life. In the short time TV is on the airtwenty-five hours next week as opposed to the 8.8.C.'s thirty-four—the Frenchman sees few
July 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BUCK RYAN

BUCK RYAN

BE INDA g~ GARTH ...YOU SEE, TO RETURN TO THE PRESENT FROM THE PAST ONE USES THE 'PAST' PANEL \\.„ ...xis., - , V-. ..._.....- --. __, c JIMPY I'LL SOON SHIFT HEM -,P -- "'- ; L 157 - -,__ r YOU PACK A THERE'S THE DOOR. r BUT I CAME TO YOU CAME TO 1 VERY WELL— IF A LEGITIMATE 1
July 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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NEWMARKET

NEWMARKET

2.o.—lndian Set iT. Gosling, 11-4), 1: Sister Emma (4-1), 2: Magic Jack (6-1), 3. 11 ran. (Roselleld 5-2 f.) 11, hd. Tote: 6'9; 2/9, 2/11, 3/4. 2.3o.—Cyphia (E. C. Elliott, 2-1 f), Chione (4-1), 2; Galth; t 7-2). 3. 6 ran. 4 1, 3. Tote: 4/7; 3/6, 4/6; forecast 22/4. 3.o.—Hervine
July 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GENERAL

GENERAL

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July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Our Uncle George

Our Uncle George

Now, one of us Old Codgers had a relative, Uncle George. One day he came home very •ill indeed. The doctor said his heart was very bad. He must stay in bed, and not move more than was necessary, or he'd die. Uncle George stayed in bed, for years! Then the old doctor died, and in
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUGGLES

RUGGLES

rWHAT ABOUT IT, W HY NOT?YOU COULD<I GLADYS?- LIKE TO TACKLE SOME OF STAY ON AT FL ATFnRb THE SUBJECTS THAT MILL AND TAKE AN CONSTABLE PAINTED : ART COURSE? l , V
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England