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July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`message' the moon ShAlf b JUDGE

`message' the moon ShAlf b JUDGE

`message' the moon JUDGE LETTERS from a nurse in Singapore telling a married man who was returning to his wife in England that she had " communed with him through the moon," were quoted by a Divorce Commissioner yesterday. The nurse, whose name was Jean, was on night duty, and sh
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
12.0 RI 12.15

12.0 RI 12.15

July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

gambling societies ought to attack." We were sitting in the royal drawin -room of Goodwood House. In the royal bath-room Bob Wignall was dispensing halves of mild and bitter. From the royal dining-room came the jingled strains of Archie playing Rose of Tralee on the piano. Which
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JANE . . . ... BUT WHERE SHALL - I POST YOUR MAIL. ON WHEN VOU I RE AWAY, JANE

JANE . . . ... BUT WHERE SHALL - I POST YOUR MAIL. ON WHEN VOU I RE AWAY, JANE

,p, ' I SHAN'T WANT ANY I MALE, DEA- ;i I SHALL HAVE - Lies
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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THE 'BUDDING JIMMY WILDS' BATTLES ON INTO THIRD ROUND

THE 'BUDDING JIMMY WILDS' BATTLES ON INTO THIRD ROUND

DOWER, 18, the little colliery worker f rom Abercynon, Glamorgan, who lacks experience against foreign boxers because he shot to the top so quickly, is showing Britain's Olympic boxers the way. Dower, hailed by Welsh miners as a budding Jimmy Wilde, reached the third round of th
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GET WEAVING

GET WEAVING

TT is no use crying over spilt milk; - let's have some ideas on what ought to be done about our fare at Helsinki. Norwich is only a small city; but I think we should have more athletic meetings than are held at present. Why doesn't the A.A.A. get weaving ?—A. Snelling, Half Mile
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ACROSS

ACROSS

1, Hinder deck; 5, Warrior band; 10, Inhabitant; 11, Nautical term; 12, Wreck; 13, Vigorous; 14, Flowers; 16, Energy; 17, Worms; 19, Oval body; 22, Flushed; 24, Proof correctors; 27, Front; 28, Spirit; 31. Approach; 33, Rising; 34, Dried up; 35, Sharp instrument; 36, Proud; 37,
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN

DOWN

1, Plagiarist; 2, Burden; 3, Skip; 4, Jury; 5, Halt; 6, Headgear; 7, Name; 8, Go over: 9, Abound; 15, Split; 18, Charge; 20, Grit; 21, Classes; 23, Ate systematically; 25, Correct; 26, Scatter; 27, Urn; 29, Stream; 30, Lie about; 32, Lowest.
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Printed and Published by the DAILY MIRROR NEWSPAPERS, Ltd., at Geraldine House, Rolls Bldgs., Fetter-lane, London, E.C.4.—Thursday, July 31, 1952.

Printed and Published by the DAILY MIRROR NEWSPAPERS, Ltd., at Geraldine House, Rolls Bldgs., Fetter-lane, London, E.C.4.—Thursday, July 31, 1952.

Tel. Holborn 4321. conptinue o d n from WILL Noir , wEAKEN , that it would be better to turn this into civil pro- duction, but this would ing position he has made ” Commonwealth Prime MM- encroachments of Corn- gifts from Canada, bu for himself in Parliament. asters, i be imprud
July 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England