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By JOAN REEDER UEEN MARY slipped a light cape coat of white wool over her grey-and-white silk frock yesterday afternoon, got into her car and drove to the pictures in London's Oxfordstreet. It was her first visit to a cinema since the King's dea th. She went to Pathe House to se
July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BY DOUGLAS HOWELL

BY DOUGLAS HOWELL

We really got to know one another when I used to come down for week-ends to copy paintings in the Cathedral." Occasionally she acted as hostess for the Dean after his first wife died in 1931. In 1938 they were married. Today, Mrs. Johnson still takes her sketch - book with her w
July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He pat a sozzled viper to his lips From Alan Fairclough Paris, Friday. IN a sun-drenched village amid the Burgundy

He pat a sozzled viper to his lips From Alan Fairclough Paris, Friday. IN a sun-drenched village amid the Burgundy

vineyards, M. Maurice Dureil went down to his cellar for a drink. He seized the long rubber tube which dangles from barrels that are being tapped, and raised it eagerly, caressingly to his mouth. Mit in the eerie shadows of the cellar the tube moved. Maurice jumped back, called
July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VERY BIG DOSE-JUDGE

VERY BIG DOSE-JUDGE

his speech largely on sentimental considerations. Referring to Mrs. Roberts as a witness, Sir Lionel asked the jury whether they would expect her — assuming she were guilty —to be a frightened figure or to be a cool, determined witness, denying everything, full of confidence and
July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Around the scoreboards

Around the scoreboards

SOMERSET v. KENT. At Taunton. Kent 326 and 100 for 8411aze11 4 for 27, Robinson 3 for 17). Somerset 162 and 260 (Wright 4 for 93i, Kent won by 2 wkte. LANCS v. ESSEX. At Manchester. Lanes 349 for 5 dec. and 163 for 4 dec. llkin 85). Essex 231. Match abandoned. YORKS v. GLAMORGAN
July 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• p* FRI IF: JULY 25 113 a 1952 thiti

• p* FRI IF: JULY 25 113 a 1952 thiti

• FRI JULY 25 a 1952 f
July 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Two killed as train fails 30 ft.

Two killed as train fails 30 ft.

TWO railwaymen were killed and one injured yesterday when a train plunged down a 30ft. embankment at Mansfield, Notts, yesterday. The dead are: Ganger E. Lucas, of Frackley-road, Teversall, and operator F. Wasikowski, of Northumberland -street, Derby. Three other men were slight
July 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England