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THE DAILY MIRROR EVERYBODY KISSING AT

THE DAILY MIRROR EVERYBODY KISSING AT

PARTYJUDGE SAYS A T " rather strange parties" given by a £7-a-week clerk, kissing, cuddling and petting went on and " everybody was kissing everybody else," a divorce commissioner said yesterday. And at one of these parties, a Miss Hughes, a probationer nurse, was sitting on the
July 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`lt Was Untrue'

`lt Was Untrue'

Although Mr. Kiralfy said he earned £7 a week, he had a motor car and received a considerable sum from some source, the Commissioner said. Mr. Kiralfy had said, continued th e Commissioner, that his wife admitted adultery with Mr. Ziaian, who denied it. "The wife said her con- f
July 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE GILDED SARDINE

THE GILDED SARDINE

By CASSANDRA LL my life I have been dominated. I am very dominatable. Anybody can shove me around. Almost everybody does. It began with schoolmasters, continued through the sporting bossiness of cricket team captains and went on to the more sombre softening-up processes used by
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
which Thor Heyerdahl and his to see some of Norway's historic ships.

which Thor Heyerdahl and his to see some of Norway's historic ships.

Norwegian companions sailed from Peru to Tahiti when he visits Oslo, Norway, today on his way to the Olympic Games in Helsinki. The Duke, who is travelling to Oslo by air, will lay wreaths on British war graves and on the memorials to Norwegians killed in the underground movemen
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Breaking Up

Breaking Up

Eight of the tourists are Clarendon members; the rest come from eight other clgos. They sailed to England together but will break up for the return journey as many intenct to continue their stay ! Biggest thrills for the party were meeting Princess Margaret and playing on Plymou
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 18, 1352. Tel. Holborn 4321 ' 7 BRENDAT HOttlE. BUT I THOUGHT SHE WAS DOING 50 WELL IN HER FARMING JOB; 09 , 4 I ih , SHE RYAS, MY DEAR. • KNOW WHAT WELL, SHE'S DEARS, YES, M BRENDA IS SUCH A BACK ANYWAY I FORGOT TO MENTION RESTLESS, POPULAR AND THEY'RE BRENDA BROUGHT A GIR
July 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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THE DAILY MIRROR AATHEN Brigadier Derek Schreiber, once * \ V Equerry to the Duke of Gloucester, sits down to dinner with his wife at their home in Lowndes-square, S.W., he makes sure she always wears her most valuable jewellery. .3( He says it is safer than leaving it in the bed
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
80 DEGREES-BUT HE GOT FROSTBITE Josef Dorfer, 48, was taken to hospital at Graz (Austria) yesterday suffering from frostbite when

80 DEGREES-BUT HE GOT FROSTBITE Josef Dorfer, 48, was taken to hospital at Graz (Austria) yesterday suffering from frostbite when

the outside temperature was registering over eighty degrees. He was tapping a barrel of beer when gas escaped from the cooling apparatus and froze his hands to the metal tap.
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England