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FOOT COMFORT SERVICE

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lON, W.l Brunches in leading towni brings within reach the finest watches Switzerland produces. For men, the WATER-PROOF and SELFWINDING models. For ladies, cocktail and classical designs. The Personal Payments Plan is the easy way to buy a better watch. Write for details and br
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Defied

Defied

chard labour E MIL Solomon Sachs, the man who was twice arrested on the steps of Johannesburg City Hall for making speeches in defiance of a Malan Government ban, was yesterday sentenced to six months' hard labour on two counts under the Suppression of Communism Act. .The senten
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The four 'Yes Men' STORY

The four 'Yes Men' STORY

N %:{t:;? a ~......: • You're only as old as you feel. And the sixty-four-year-old bride and the seventy-two-year-old bridegroom felt like kids again as they were showered with confetti. At the ceremony were widowed Mrs. Prout's son, Gordon, 30, and her granddaughter, Helen, 4.
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily WED S , FORWARD:111111:- Mirror JULY 16 THE PEOPLE WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE Geraldine House, 42-48, Hardman-st., Fetter-lane. E.C.4.

Daily WED S , FORWARD:111111:- Mirror JULY 16 THE PEOPLE WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE Geraldine House, 42-48, Hardman-st., Fetter-lane. E.C.4.

And at Manchester, 3. Holborn 4321. Blackfriars 2313.
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE WINNER Trevor Allen, 34-yearold policeman, won the world's toughest marathon —54 miles from Durban to Maritzburg —in seven hours

THE WINNER Trevor Allen, 34-yearold policeman, won the world's toughest marathon —54 miles from Durban to Maritzburg —in seven hours

two seconds. The race involves a 5,000-ft. climb.
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRR

THE DAILY MIRR

July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
F OUR directors of the Crystal Palace Football and Athletic Club at a time when Mr. Percy Stephen Harper was

F OUR directors of the Crystal Palace Football and Athletic Club at a time when Mr. Percy Stephen Harper was

chairman, were described by counsel in a High Court action yesterday as "in effect, Yes Men " to him. In 1950, said Mr. Cyril Salmon, Q.C., Mr. Harper virtually dominate d the board and the function of the other directors—nearly all of whom had been or we r e hi s servants—was a
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BLIT AT THAT momEivr.., ,

BLIT AT THAT momEivr.., ,

July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
in lid, stamped unsealed envelope to Coalmining Enquiries. 16 Cumberland Terrace. London, N.W.I, for free booklet. Write in BLOCK letters.

in lid, stamped unsealed envelope to Coalmining Enquiries. 16 Cumberland Terrace. London, N.W.I, for free booklet. Write in BLOCK letters.

FFI6 Issued by the N Coat Board in unction with the Ministry of Lot bout& National Servics Name- Age with an eye future to the A 2 0 tiCat' schoo Tabo ra3 froltithe Ar ea ~ A fter _ e works at Cour'- came ,ror . e Co rerti- s tud Bona y c o uierY years for I quali i n imining •
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
New STAR BLADES guarantee perfect shaves for nearly twice as long !

New STAR BLADES guarantee perfect shaves for nearly twice as long !

STAR give smoo because they're "D, luou can't possibly know 1 what a really clean, really smooth shave is until you've tried these new " duridium-processed" Star double-edge blades. " Dunidium-processing " is exclusive to Star. It means that during the hardening Star blades are
July 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England