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They thought their daughter was safe

They thought their daughter was safe

WHILE surgeons operated for six hours to save an unidentified twelve-year-old girl's life after she had been knocked down by a train, her parents were asleep—because they thought she was spending the night with her grandmother. It was not until mid-day yesterday, after police ca
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
women POUNCE

women POUNCE

grandmother's. It stinks." They don't care if they hurt, because they feel they are doing a good turn. They fire criticism—even to people they don't know well—and don't expect anyone to take offence. And this straight - from - the - shoulder-woman-towoman line of talk is good an
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'My heart was full'

'My heart was full'

THERE is so much discontent and grumbling in the world today that I thought it would make a change to hear of a kindness. I've been sick and away from work for almost two years. The girls in my office at Woolwich Arsenal still make collections a n d during my stay at home someon
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 21, 1952

THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 21, 1952

July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He's Still Learning

He's Still Learning

Even so, Trueman has all the qualifications required in a great bowler—pace, perseverance, stamina and a bowler's temperament. He is not consistently accurate; but he is young and willing to learn. And he is improving with every match. India just crumpled be for e the astonishin
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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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
 
yesterday. Not Dangerous' "Pigeons' nests are neither very high nor dangerous," he pointed out. Mrs. M. Meredith, Shrewsbury R.S.P.C.A. secretary,

yesterday. Not Dangerous' "Pigeons' nests are neither very high nor dangerous," he pointed out. Mrs. M. Meredith, Shrewsbury R.S.P.C.A. secretary,

said: "We will do all we can to stop children robbing nests, even if it means going to the schools and appealing to them individually." 1,000 pests eel worms, rabbits and weeds. If the problem could be solved Britain could cut food imports and have an extra £80,000,000 to spend
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
7.0 Night.

7.0 Night.

July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HELSINKI RESULTS ROWING

HELSINKI RESULTS ROWING

Single soulls.—Heat 1: T. Fox (Britain) 7m. 45.15.; 2, I. Stephen (S. Africa). Heat 2: M. Wood (Australia) 7m. 44.15.; 2, P. Meyer (Switzerland). Heat 3: J. Kelly (U.S.) 7m. 58.45.; 2, T. Kocerka (Poland). Heat 4: J. 'Mikaloy (Russia) 7m, 47.95.: 2, E. Risso (Uruguay). First two
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ELESPO

ELESPO

- pETULA Clark stepped into H Caldwell's " Cafe Continen on Saturday and made a sparkl vivacious commere. But this viewer could have d with a little less handkerchief wai And it seemed to him that if she going to have all that trouble ' her French it would have been be not to ha
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England