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WHAT IS THERE IN IT FOR ME! S INCE the end of the war as much as a twenty-year-old ? I with its spirit of " What don't get it.—F. C. Robins, Forel can Ido to help my country ? street, Edmonton, London, N. there has cr ep t into our ONE-WAY LOOK national life a cheapness which I
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIRL BS SHOE

GIRL BS SHOE

v WHILE planes, ships, and coastguards searched for a family of four, lost in a dinghy in the English Channel, eleven-year-old girl was baling water out of the current-trapped dinghy with her shoes. Then, when hope had faded in the search for Mr. A. Snowden, his wife and daughte
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY RISK LIFE TO SAVE HALF A

THEY RISK LIFE TO SAVE HALF A

Wives they can't punish OTH men inand -IL* women M.P.s the Indian Parliament at New Delhi yesterday strongly opposed a Bill to punish women for adultery. Mrs. - Jayashri Raiji said a woman in India was looked on as the property of a man and depended on him for her economic needs
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Queen `knows a 'un' at Goodwood From JOAN REEDER Goodwood, Wednesday. GOODWOOD is packed with race-goers. It is teeming

The Queen `knows a 'un' at Goodwood From JOAN REEDER Goodwood, Wednesday. GOODWOOD is packed with race-goers. It is teeming

with shouting bookies, 50,000 spectators, and all the fun of a day at the races. And the Queen is enjoying it as much as anyone. Everyone the punters, the characters with jazzy ties, rocks of diamonds on their fingers and cheerful suits has taken a vital second or two away from
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
o THE BLOODHOUND BONNET. This new deep-hooded hat, made of beigecoloured velvet, was shown recently in Paris. The. " dog-eared

o THE BLOODHOUND BONNET. This new deep-hooded hat, made of beigecoloured velvet, was shown recently in Paris. The. " dog-eared

" look is emphasised by huge diamond pendants.
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR

DAILY MIRROR

RUGGL , Ai Page 9 Our Guest . Sir HAROLD SPENCER JONES, F.R.S., Royal Observatory, Herstmonceux, Sussex. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HIS TIME 12 NOON AND G.M.T. ENABLES HIM TO CALCULATE HIS EXACT POSITION IN LONGITUDE . SHALL I GO ON? WHAT'S THE WELL...A SAILOR 'HE COMPARES TIE UP BE
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
400 Metres Freestyle—Men

400 Metres Freestyle—Men

Final.-1, J. Boiteaux (France), 4m. 30.75. (Olympic record); 2, F. Konno (U.S.). 4m. 31.35.: 3, P. Ostrand (Sweden), 4m. 35.25. J. Wardrop (Britain), sth, 4m. 39.95. 4 x 100 Metres Relay—Women Heat I.—(Eight fastest teams to final)-1, Hungary, 4m. 32.55.; 2, Britain, 4m. 365.; 3
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REST OF

REST OF

2.O—DRAYTON H'CAP. lm. 001 Refund, 6-8-11 203 Denizen 6-8-8 Duri 222 Master Rocky, 4-8-4 Piggott 00 Stromboli, 5-8-2 .. E. Smith 210 Coquet Light, 8-8-11 Onions 102 Braydon Forest, 4-8-1 L. Brown 040 Phariza, 5-8-0 Gdn Richards 030 Llanstephan, 4-7-12 E. Mercer 0 Investigate. 5-
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WITH a* THURS., FORWARD 1 THE PEurLt JULY 3 rror.. WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE 42-48, Hardman-stx•P v- Howe • •

WITH a* THURS., FORWARD 1 THE PEurLt JULY 3 rror.. WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE 42-48, Hardman-stx•P v- Howe • •

Geraldine And at 231 • 3 Fetter-lane, H o lbo rn 4321,. 131a M ckf an r c ia h r e s ster, NILE VALLEY WILL BE UNITED •,. • • • • • SAYS NEGUIB Neguidthatnb,,eetwhaecChia-eicvnie:eCad: 'b Be y, rda y a G rm en ed eral -v.--IN Cairo yesterday said Egyptian inevitably of the valle
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England