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THE DAILY MIRR OR, JULY 1, 1952

THE DAILY MIRR OR, JULY 1, 1952

':".iiiiila;tiiN o,':::.i;', •. ~:: : ~A' : .a:. . "~.._. BLANCHE -STREET. There's an elegant name for you—the sort of name that suggests neat suburban villas, a patch of clipped lawn and maybe even a lilac tree. Blanche means white. But Blanche-street is not White-street, it is
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Anglers dug up chase the wandering worms

Anglers dug up chase the wandering worms

\ATHAT began as the Case of the Wandering Worms has become the wrangle of the Mayor and V /the village anglers, cables the Daily Mirror Paris Correspondent. Almost every man in the village is a fisherman, skilled in luring giant pike from the glittering waters of the Rhone. And
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Start Delayed

Start Delayed

The start of the match was delayed as Rose broke a blister on his hand in knocking up and a ball boy was sent for a strip of plaster. Savitt began like a champion—winning his opening service without dropping a point and also taking the second game. Then Rose struck a patch in wh
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INTER-LEAGUE SOCCER GAMES Inter-league Soccer fixtures for next season are: September 3 (in Belfast), Irish League v. Scottish League; September

INTER-LEAGUE SOCCER GAMES Inter-league Soccer fixtures for next season are: September 3 (in Belfast), Irish League v. Scottish League; September

24 (in England), Football League v. Irish League; October 8 (in Glasgow), Scottish League v. Football League of Ireland; March 17 (in Dublin), Footbail League of Ireland v. Football League; March 25 (in Glasgow), Scottish League v. Football League.
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AND CHEFS WENT, TOO!

AND CHEFS WENT, TOO!

By " Daily Mirror " Special Correspondent Paris, Monday. M ONEY doesn't matter to the French when it comes to sport. They will send a team of athletes to Helsinki for the Olympics—and spend £190,000 doing it ! Two-thirds of that sum is being spent on food, clothes, travel and ac
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Cabled by JOHN WAITERS

Cabled by JOHN WAITERS

July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GROWING PULLETS AND COCKERELS

GROWING PULLETS AND COCKERELS

Bred from the finest Blood•tested Stock. Free Insurance against Fowl-Pest. MAY, JUNE S JULY HATCHED PULLETS x R.1.R., Brn. Leg. x L.S. R.I.R. x L.S., 8.L.. L.S. 1 5 wks. 6/- ea. 6 7 wks. 8/. ea. 8/9 wks. 10/6 ea . MAY, JUNE & JULY HATCHED COCKS. (Heavy Breed) 4/5 wks. 5/6 ea.. 6
July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
For newly-weds: A gondola

For newly-weds: A gondola

"DOILY MIRROR " REPORTER As the pink, grey and gold gondola glides along, its fairylights mirrored in the river, the couples hold hands behind curtains in the cabin and listen to Caruso singing " 0 Sole Mio." And all this is not in Venice, but in Cornwall. It began when ex-chef
July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The scream he said, caused the man and woman to run out into the road and came roughly from the

The scream he said, caused the man and woman to run out into the road and came roughly from the

direction where the girl's body and cycle were found. Mr. Elam was opening the case for the defence of Broadmoor inmate John Thomas Straffen, 22, accused of strangling the little girl in a wood near her home at Farley Hill, Berkshire. He called as witness Mrs. Alice Daisy Tanner
July 24, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England