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A YEAR ago the Duke of Edinburgh called attention to the need for better rear lighting of road vehicles. Now he has referred to the subject again and a Ministry of Transport spokesman has said the whole question is " under review." Last March the Minister had it " under consider
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BUCK RYAN

BUCK RYAN

AND NOW, CAMPERS, WAIT FOR HERE OH, B-ER•LIMEY 1 WILL YOU PLEASE REPORT AT MISS RAVEN WILL MAKE TT.. • MS BROWN- I'LL GET MY EYES MISS RAVEN'S OFFICE BEFORE THE DRAW TO DECIDE NUMBER OF LONDON SCRATCPED OUT THE COMPETITION STARTS, WHO JUDGES JUDGES THE 20/ / TOWN ON THIS LARK ME
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MAIL

DAILY MAIL

Just 7 Days . need to PROVE make YOU a NEW Yes ! That's all I need. SEVEN . that I can give you the kind of bod, respect and women admire. In one actually see new muscles as they bulge out on your shoulders, chew and arms ! You'll feel fresh blood, ping to surge through your bod
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ACROSS

ACROSS

1, Covering; 4, Spruce; 9, Cure-all; 10, Ran; 12, Bird; 13, Not endless; 15, Thin; 17, Dozes; 19, Tin; 20. Present; 22, Skilled; 24, Pronoun; 25, Seat; 27, Horse: 29, Minor; 32, Route; 34, Charter; 35, Irritated: 36, Material; 37, Dignitary.
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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`Slip-overs' for pit girls ONE-PIECE working suits to slip over every-day working clothes are to be issued to the 2,000

`Slip-overs' for pit girls ONE-PIECE working suits to slip over every-day working clothes are to be issued to the 2,000

women who clean coal at the pit heads in Lancashire. The decision of the North-West Divisional Coal Board to provide the overalls was made after years of negotiations by the Lancashire area of the National Union of Mineworkers. Mr. Edwin Hall, Area General-Secretary of the N.U.M
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BELINDII

BELINDII

GARTH AN' YOU COULD FIND OUT 'BOUT YOUR FAMILY TREE FOR LADY DE SNOOTE MR DOMINIE SAYS THE COLLEGE OP HERALDS FIXES 'THINGS LIKE THAT... PATSY (b- 1 THINK THIS IS WHERE WE SIATIDWTOmUALTD THE HE B p E QO TT FE E s R IF PROFESSOR R Y W O A U S M TN IS AT TE I M MISTER HEEL HE O E
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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4.: '73% , "r 7 : , ~ , . VITAMIN •I 2 . 80 per RIBOFLAVIN (92): 1.15 per OE, NIACIN 9.50 per oz. THE ENGLISH GRAINS CO. LTD., SIIORNALL ROAD, BURTON-ON-TRENT
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PIARTING PRICES

PIARTING PRICES

3.30.—W ilwyn (E. Mercer. 1-7 f), 1; Chivalry (7-1), 2. 2 ran. 8 1. Tote: 2/2. 4.o.—Smeraldo (Gdn. Richards, 4-6 1), 1; Neptune (4-1), 2; Pathwood (6-1), 3. 6 ran. 2 1, 11. Tote: 3/3; 2/3, 3/5; forecast 5/11. 4,3o.—Hell's Fury (Gdn. Richards, 9-4), 1; Queen of Hearts (9-2), 2; F
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England