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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
 
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July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOMB EXPLODES IN TOURIST OFFICE

BOMB EXPLODES IN TOURIST OFFICE

A bomb yesterday wrecked a tourist agency in Tunis, and shattered windows in nearby buildings, reports Associated Press (U.S.A.). The agency was run by General Taieb El Haddad, private secretary to the Bey of Tunis,
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Thursday,

Thursday,

July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page PARISIENNES ADMIRE BRITISH GIRL'S HAIR ON HOLIDAY IN PARIS, British girl Pat Rigby is admired by Parisiennes for her

Page PARISIENNES ADMIRE BRITISH GIRL'S HAIR ON HOLIDAY IN PARIS, British girl Pat Rigby is admired by Parisiennes for her

radiant hair. "When I tell them I use 'Vaseline' Brand Liquid Shampoo, they're very envious," says Pat. `Vaseline' Liquid Shampoo is good for your hairbecause it's a 'Vaseline' Brand product ! This bland, golden liquid is enriched to make your hair shining, supple, easy to set T
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Margaret Linton, 22, who, like, Brockway, comes from Maindee, Newport, went away strongly at the gun and touched only a

Margaret Linton, 22, who, like, Brockway, comes from Maindee, Newport, went away strongly at the gun and touched only a

split second after the Hungarian, Maria Littomericzy. But the second leg was a different proposition. Eva Kovak swam Jean Botham, of Manchester, seventeen-year-old sister of Roy Botham, right out of the water, finishing 2.85. ahead. Then came Angela Barnwell, the girl from Worth
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OLYMPIC RESULTS SWIMMING

OLYMPIC RESULTS SWIMMING

100 Metres Backstroke—Men Heat 1 (fastest sixteen to semifinals).-1, G. Bozon (France), lm. 7.85.; 2, A. M. Stack (U.S.), im. 8.95.; 3, R. Wardrop (Britain). lm. 9.95. Heat 2.-1. P. Galvao (Argentina), lm. B.ls. Heat 3.—J. Taylor (U.S.), lm. 7.25.; 2, B. Skanata (Yugoslavia), lm
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• Here is another selection of readers' views on Britain's performance at Helsinki. What do you think? NO COMPULSION

• Here is another selection of readers' views on Britain's performance at Helsinki. What do you think? NO COMPULSION

'THERE was no compulsion on people to contribute to the Olympic Appeal Fund. Therefore. Mr. Nials, who said he was thinking of asking for a few bob back, gave in good heart, for better or worse. Contributing to such an appeal is not gambling; there is no each-way betting; there
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
She found her prince was real ABUTCHER'S daughter, whose family checked with the police before they were sure her sweetheart

She found her prince was real ABUTCHER'S daughter, whose family checked with the police before they were sure her sweetheart

was a prince, will marry him in Germany this weekend. The girl, Margret Lucas, 20, met the man, Prince Georg Thimo Michael Wilhelm Maria, twenty-eight - year - old grandson of the last King of Saxony, in third-class railway carriage in the Ruhr, where he is an interpreter, says
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
fewer for the Army next New R.A.F. 'comb-out'

fewer for the Army next New R.A.F. 'comb-out'

AIR. Churchill refused to give a figure for the reduction in the arms programme when he made his statement on defence in the Commons yesterday. The Premier explained that the " new pattern " was to strike a balance between the steel needs of the defence services and exports, " f
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England