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BUCK RYAN

BUCK RYAN

WHO LET T N SORRY, MISS RAVEN, r SO IT'S 'MISS RAVEN' y ALL RIGHT,I r I DON'T KNOW YOU I ONCE HAD A DEATH KNELL! BEFORE SHE DIED, 1 YOU HE BULL-DOZED PAST NOW, TWILIGHT—EH? RUSTY. I'LL AND IF IT'S MONEY SISTER KNOWN AS BUT HOW DID YOU HETTY TOLD ME EVERYBODY ----is TAKE CARE YOU
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, July 1, 1952 GLAMOUR ON EXPRESS TO A N AFTERNOON TEA ON THE 3.45 Out of London's sulky heat

Tuesday, July 1, 1952 GLAMOUR ON EXPRESS TO A N AFTERNOON TEA ON THE 3.45 Out of London's sulky heat

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July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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son But even this short glimpse of beauty is expensive. Tickets cost up to three guineas, and dinner is 155., drinks not included. Add fares and incidentals and the evening is not likely to leave much change out of £5. In spite of that Glyndebourne has always been run at a heavy
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

"What are you after ?" roars Judith, baring her teeth and hunching her shoulders in her most ferocious way, " You get away from here with that winking third eye of yours before I come over there and black it for you," she growls. Baby, meanwhile, sits smirking in safet y. Can't
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Streamlined Dole

Streamlined Dole

THIS IS THE NEW TYPE OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN OLDHAM IN SLOWMOTION STYLE. The dwindling work is spread thinly over the vast number of workers and, in the case of Frank Benson, the pay packet plunged from over, £lO. a, week to £3 2s. 'What happens to people like this. that is this new
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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••••••••••• •••••• If hot days make your dog listless, moody or lacking in energy; if he leaves his dinner half finished or eats it without enthusiasm; if his coat after its change in spring, looks lifeless, dull and thin, or if he scratches a great deal; then he's out of conditi
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOONSIDE'S SELECTIONS

DOONSIDE'S SELECTIONS

NEWMARKET.-2.0, Ensorceleur; 2.30, Judicate; 3.0, Tudor Castle; 3.30, Petaurist; 4.0, Chaseaway; 4.30. Checkmate. WOLVERHAMPTON.-2.0, Fair Legend; 2.30. Three Nuns; 3.0, Sailcloth; 3.30, Comic Midnight; 4.0, Letgo; 4.30, Captain Wincot. BRIGHTON.-2.0, Ardena; 2.30, Beaehboy: 3.0
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO ACT

TO ACT

be in all circumstances escape-proof. I think everything has been, and is being, done to ensure that security is being maintained at Broadmoor." It was the intention of the Government that control of Broadmoor should remain with the Ministry of Health, he said. The committee sai
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MILLS TOLD: IT'S UP TO YOU

MILLS TOLD: IT'S UP TO YOU

BEFORE starting yester- he said in Manchester. Textile Factory Workers' day on a three-day " The industry may have Association, said in Mangone through the bottom of chester yesterday: "In the fact-finding tour of Lanca- the trough," he said. The past few days a lot more shire,
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England