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YOU REFUTHE TO PLAY" IN THAT CATHE, THIR, UNDER LAW THEVENTEEN - THUS - THECTION ONE -YOU'VE LOTNT ,THE MATCH:,

YOU REFUTHE TO PLAY" IN THAT CATHE, THIR, UNDER LAW THEVENTEEN - THUS - THECTION ONE -YOU'VE LOTNT ,THE MATCH:,

P. ' a 4 Id O 4 TIM.' J 1~~~ Printed and Published by the DAILY MIRROR NEWSPAPERS, Ltd., at Geraldine House, Rolls Bldgs., Fetter-lane London, E.C.4.—Tuesday July 15, 1952. Tel. Holborn 4321 - WON, DIDN 'T WI. WILL YOU PLEATHE I I ' OH,TURN IT , WET THEY CANT P/ AY " WI. GET ON
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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'?d No. 15,138 `No' to treason against Dean H AS the Government considered prosecuting the Dean of Canterbury for treason following his charges that United , Nations forces have used germ warfare in the Far East ? asked Tory M.P. Miss Irene Ward in the Commons yesterday. Sir Lio
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Incest with safety RA 9.0 News 9. 1 0 9.55 Five 10.0 1,. James: Org 10.30 Mu You Work: Players.

Incest with safety RA 9.0 News 9. 1 0 9.55 Five 10.0 1,. James: Org 10.30 Mu You Work: Players.

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July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YACHTING

YACHTING

Britain finished seventh and eleventh respectively in the six metre and 5.5 metre classes. WRESTLING First Round Results of contests in which British competitors took part— Flyweight: H. Weber (Germany) beat L. Cheetham (Britain), fall fin. 12s. Featherweight: N. Guivethchi (Per
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN

DOWN

1, Theatrical; 2, Gi r l's name; 3, Among; 4, Zero; 5, Deity; 6, Spoiled; 7, M.ichaelm•as daisy; 8, Seat; 11, Introduction; 13, Gymnastic apparatus: 15, European river: 18, Weapon; 19, Trawl, maybe; 20. Title; 21, Craft; 22. Brute: 23, Olympics ?; 24, Narratives; 26, Win d; 28.
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The delicate balance of a Baby's system is one of the most sensitive things and when some minor upset disturbs

The delicate balance of a Baby's system is one of the most sensitive things and when some minor upset disturbs

the little tummy, only the very gentlest of help is needed. At such times there is nothing better, safer nor surer than 'Milk of Magnesia'*. This mild, kindly antacid acts quickly yet gently to free the little one from wind, colic, constipation and similar tummy upsets. Mother,
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
She had TIRED ACHING FEET

She had TIRED ACHING FEET

Now they feel fine! Marvellous comfort for burning, perspiring feet. relief from pain of corn: bunions. Athlete's Foot tion between the toes) cle: up. Scientists combined ef valuable medicaments in t amazing new foot balm Valpeda. It is non-greasy non-sticky. Quickly pen , trate
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
It's fit THE DAILY MIRROR for

It's fit THE DAILY MIRROR for

beach town H ERE'S the perfect beach jacket for your seaside holiday. You can make it very quickly from cotton, or gay coloured towelling. BUT, choose a lemon, pale blue, or flamingo pink fine woollen cloth, and you can have a useful beach coat AND a spruce little town jacket to
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
r THE DAILY MIRROR

r THE DAILY MIRROR

He hopes his By JOE HUMPHREYS WORKING sixteen hours a day to keep pace with his business, Reg Dearden a Manchester motor-cycle engineer is too busy to take a holiday. But he expects to have to take one to complete one of the jobs that has kept him working hard. Ready to take him
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
holiday won't be too long handful of the world's motorcycle speed records. He has booked to take his "Black Flash

holiday won't be too long handful of the world's motorcycle speed records. He has booked to take his "Black Flash

" to Pendine next month for trials and an attempt on the record there. Reg said: "If conditiOns are not suitable, you can easily hang round for a week." Geared to rocket at over 200 miles an hour, the machine has done 108 miles an hour in first gear. The machine will probably ha
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England