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HUSBAND 'LET GOSSIP

HUSBAND 'LET GOSSIP

Malan under the Act by the Minister of Justice, Mr. Charles Swart. In May he was ordered to resign from the Garment Workers' Union, of which he was general secretary. When, on June 10, he answered the two charges of addressing meetings in contravention of the Minister's order, h
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
USELESS EUSTACE

USELESS EUSTACE

I 1 111 1 f; SWANK " A bloke in running togs grabbed th , other one, sir, and headed for Helsinki !'
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TUT THE PLUMS IN PLUM JAM' PLEA

TUT THE PLUMS IN PLUM JAM' PLEA

F ARMERS fearing that much of Britain's bumper plum crop may go to waste yesterday visited the Ministry of Food headquarters to present a series of proposals to prevent the fruit being left to rot unpicked. Suggestions made by the delegation included one that the Ministry should
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR Engine cleared driver is in 'drunk in charge' case

THE DAILY MIRROR Engine cleared driver is in 'drunk in charge' case

A N engine driver who was ordered from his engine by a station master was drunk - 1 ' and incapable when medically examined, the doctor told a court yesterday. "If he had had much more to drink he would have folded up," Dr. Thomas Maxwell Glaister, of Lanark, said at Lanark Sher
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`Naughty bow-wow' was—a wolf IN BRIEF-

`Naughty bow-wow' was—a wolf IN BRIEF-

WHEN a wolf bit little Roderick Downs, aged two, at Bristol Zoo yesterday, Roderick ran to his nursemaid, held up a bleeding finger, and said: " Naughty bow-wow." Roderick, who lives at the Model Kennels, Pill. Somerset, had been taken to the zoo for a day's outing. At the wolve
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE PROPOSED TO ME, RA MY DAUB BREACH 4

HE PROPOSED TO ME, RA MY DAUB BREACH 4

A GIRL of eighteen came between mid the man she was expecting to mart And that girl was Mrs. Carter's own daughter, is suing Mr. Cox, also 52, for alleged breach Mrs. Carter, a widowiPsaid that Mr. Cox propo saying " I take all the blame." Alma is now twenty-one. And Mr. Cox tol
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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been as blameworthy as Mr. Harper, they would nevertheless be liable in law. The Lawn Mower One matter complained of,

been as blameworthy as Mr. Harper, they would nevertheless be liable in law. The Lawn Mower One matter complained of,

he said, concerned a motor lawn mower alleged to have cost £9O in 1935. Mr. Harper lent it to the club in 1939, when its secondhand value was £5O. In April, 1947, it was alleged, Mr. Harper procured the club company to pay him £2BO, which, he said, was seven years' hire at £9O a
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England