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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
 
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
 
lorophyll TOOTH POWDER Ends mouth odours! Combats gum troubles ! Reduces decay !

lorophyll TOOTH POWDER Ends mouth odours! Combats gum troubles ! Reduces decay !

Cleans Teeth Better—Whiter—Faster - Dentists use and recommend Tooth Powder as . the best, safest, surest method of keeping teeth clean and healthy. This new wonder Amplex'thlorophyll Tooth Powder is deodorant, bacterio- static and antiseptic. It works miracles in your mouth . .
July 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Scoreboard

Scoreboard

Page 10 Chataway meets Zatopek 11HRIS CHATAWAY, one of Britain's brightest Olympic hopes, meets Emil Zatopek, Czechoslovakia, in the third heat of the 5,000 metres..,) Gordon Pir i e meets Popov, Russia, Reiff. Belgium, and Mimoun, France, in the first heat. Dutch women athletes
July 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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NEWCASTLE

NEWCASTLE

2.0. Wishing -Wave (W. Nevett, 9-2), 1; Catherine the First (100-8), 2; Safe and Sure (10-1), 3. 11 ran. (Brewpin, 2-1 f.) Hd, 4 1. Tote: 8/8; 4/-, 12/3, 9/10. Todburn (W. Nevett, 4-9 f), 1; Martial Array (11-4), 2; Patriona (10-1), 3. 6 ran. 2 1. 3. Tote: 2/11; 2/1, 2/2, fore--
July 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE SOCCER CHIEF CHANGE THEIR MI OVER TV

THE SOCCER CHIEF CHANGE THEIR MI OVER TV

The Queen chats to the Borough Beadle, Mr. John Fursey, 74, at Maumbury Rings. From 808 FERRI ER Llandudno, Thursday. MANY football chiefs are beginning to show signs of a change of heart in their attitude to the screening of big Soccer matches on TV. They feel now that televisi
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MY HUSBAND IS POORLY, SAYS QUEEN

MY HUSBAND IS POORLY, SAYS QUEEN

From JOAN REEDER Dorchester, Thursday. " M Y husband is still very poorly," the Queen told Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hooper, when she visited their farm on the Duchy of Cornwall estates here today. The Hoopers, who have farmed Duchy lands for twenty-two years, drove the Queen around th
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Danes told : U.S. stops aid if Russia gets ship

Danes told : U.S. stops aid if Russia gets ship

Thirteen bricks, and a matter of honour Officials in Washington said that if the tanker is delivered, the United States may be forced to cut off all economic and military aid to Denmark, says the report. Russia has almost completed paying for the ship, but officials have pointed
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SA YS GNO

SA YS GNO

M. Del Mar repeated the test, and Dana successfully spelt out the answers to " What colour is my tie ?" and What is your name ?" Then, by barks, she successfully divided 79 by 19—indicating both the number of nineteens and the remainder. " She can add, multiply, subtract, or div
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England