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By NOEL WHITCOMB

By NOEL WHITCOMB

MUCH WENLOCK (Salop), Sunday. `WHEN a film unit on location trails to the quiet, timeless villages of England—some queer things happen. For instance, Mrs. Evans, of Lord's Hill, near here, has had her house entirely redecorated outside—free of charge—by a bunch of movie boys who
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, AUGUST 22, 1949

THE DAILY MIRROR, AUGUST 22, 1949

22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
15 nun YOUR SHIRT

15 nun YOUR SHIRT

WHEN baths attendant John Singleton decided to make things more interesting for children at the Moor Park open-air baths, Preston (Lanes), he knew there would be a catch in it. John was sure the youngsters would have much more fun if he could lend them floating rubber ducks to t
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TELESCOPES

TELESCOPES

Super Lenses. Good Uagnifirs• tion. See miles. Bring tt closer. Specie:talon: Sins. open. 4 ns. dined. Ofeteet-Lena 34mm Tor Aero, Meld or Marine ?Me. A flue range instrument with two focusing adjustments. GUARANI - TIE ENCLOSED SEND OR POSTAL ORDRR TO NADI =AWN Post Paid (Dept.
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Whig Paid

Whig Paid

Paid The three Bills of the half-back line, Crook. Shorthouse and Wright, drew the teeth of the Fulham attack. Both inside trios found the path down the middle blocked—centre half Jim Taylor was Fulham's star and the punch came from the wings with Mullen the most dangerous raider
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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CROSSWORD No. 346

CROSSWORD No. 346

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22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sylvia secondin record time

Sylvia secondin record time

By ARMOUR :WIESE 6 6 ISN 'T she simply super ?" enthused A- British champion, Sylvia Cheeseman (Spartan Ladies' A.C.), of Whitton (Middlesex), after she had been beaten by Foekje Dillema, 23, of Holland, at the White City, Landon. Saturday . Peek* won the 100 rnet,res (109 i yar
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
121 Miles—and No Trouble

121 Miles—and No Trouble

This time he invested in a pair of Britisli-made tyres. rode the 121 miles without trouble and won in the fastest time ever for a world amateur road championship at an average apeed of 25 m.p h. The British tearn led by Bob Maitland. Birmingham. rode well and for the first time
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Looked Bettor

Looked Bettor

Liverpool Stanley. although well beaten by Barrow shaped lite a much better combmation than last fred3oll. Leslie Pe rce. Swansea s!id Glamorgan forward. as been signed by 11 , Cifsx He p l ays against Haney tomorrow. THEN CAME A 9-GOAL BARRAGE Warn ngtos hit In typ.cal iambics
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ChaNP si Leek

ChaNP si Leek

ChaNP Leek Sam Wragg has been out of form lately so it was • welcome change of lucK for to score on Craig, L:yis and Cabbie, H.ll. Winner of the s..hr:ve , ) IAM Slake*, Cratgy Llyn hAs let her connect:on& down many times, but on this orrnslon she battled on with great courage to
22 August 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England