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Mrs. Joan Margaret Bennett from luxury parties to year in a prison cell. CANT parties and l Fond her means the prosecution to e wife of a naval 41 four diamond vindiamond brooch friends. Joan Margaret 0 of Freelands, Exmouth. jewellery was magistrates 1 1t her prison She had to
September 18, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEELZEBUB JONES

BEELZEBUB JONES

BELINDA NO— AND NO HARD FEELINGS , IF I DUNKS YOU, LIKEWISE SUANNE ? ZEKE? D. 2 .. IT STRIKES ME YOU --\* PROyE IT- OR 'KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT I'LL SUE yOu FOR THE DISAPPEARANCE OF SLANDER! ~ FARMER'S BOY! .. • THAT HORSE APPEARED IN THE STREET NOW-/ GREAT ///
September 18, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Playgroun

A MAN in a squash rackets court at Stagg Field, Chicago, touched a switch.. . . The eyes of the whole world would have been anxiously focused on him—if they had known what he was doing. It was the first test of a gigantic six-ton atom bomb. The date ? December 2, 1942. And if th
September 18, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Fairy Weavers in the warm and dewy mornings of September days'len, the garden shimmers in a gold and silver

The Fairy Weavers in the warm and dewy mornings of September days'len, the garden shimmers in a gold and silver

haze—The awaking. wears a shining veil upon her face—Grass flowers are hidden under wisps of spangled lace. work of fairy weavers: busy spiders overnight—spin threads and make tlte webs that catch the rainbow . Lovely are the patterns of the brightly woven ; t rawds—mieroscopic
September 18, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

D3Ol QUICK, LET 7:°, 1/024f/1/5 4 \ IF A DAME CAN DO IT SO CAN I / IT'S NO-NO!-LEtipEIE!- !-MAYBE IT.- ME ALONE KI FOR OGEE THING!" CHARLES, BUT A RUN -ANY LoRD THINK TO . .. HELP IF I KIN - I'VE GOT ANY WAY THIS OUT NOT MY BUSINESS. TAKE THE DOG
December 20, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By George !

By George !

Kum mix-up from Hull, via Mrs. C.: " Following a collision . . . the horse and truck was George, and was eventually caught at Wimblebury, nearly a mile away. The car was driven by —, and the owner of the horse bolted with the truck ." See this wet, see this dry, it wasn't me lad
December 20, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AFTER "LOVERS' LANE" KILLING

AFTER "LOVERS' LANE" KILLING

" Daily Mirror " Reporter A NATION-WIDE hunt for a sailor was on last night after a woman, who had fought desperately for her life, was found dead in a " lovers' lane." The sailor was seen with the woman in a public-house. Yesterday, naval ratings at a Cheshire barracks, H.M.S.
December 20, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
£l,OOO MURDER REWARD BANNED

£l,OOO MURDER REWARD BANNED

The Lord Advocate Scotland's Attorney-General announces that he does not approve of the Glasgow magistrates' decision to offer £l,OOO reward for information leading to the arrest of the railway station murderer. This means that the money would not Qualify for Donee grant.
December 20, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BARBARA BOARD

BARBARA BOARD

the 'Daily Mirror's Special Correspond. ent, here gives you the facts about this land of sacred history. tribe of Abraham, came from the Arabian desert , _ to settle in the green land of Canaan. Later they migrated towards Egypt, and returned to occupy Canaan under their fiery c
December 7, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN BRIEF- Blind man bluffed

IN BRIEF- Blind man bluffed

OFFERING an almost worthless ten-dollar Japanese note to Mr. Frederick Chapple, a blind tobacconist, Basil Vulgar, farm labourer, got cigarettes, matches and the change for ten shillings Vulgar was sentenced to one mo n t h's imprisonment by Northfleet. Kent, magistrates yesterd
December 7, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England