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Mr. John Burrell. housing committee chairman, defending the decision yesterday, told me: "We are sorry. We are not unaware that

Mr. John Burrell. housing committee chairman, defending the decision yesterday, told me: "We are sorry. We are not unaware that

it will mean hardship for her and her children, but we feel we have a duty to the public and tO those still on our housing lists. "It is not in the public interest that certain types of law-breakers and their families should be housed at public expense when thousands of law-abid
December 21, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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GREGORY RATOFF Soch a heppy man' are going to be used in some scenes. THE best scene I saw had nothing to do with the film—though it concerned two of the stars. It was midnight. There was moonlight on the Nile and Kay Kendall was kissing Charlie Chaplin's son, Sydney. . • ri ,H,
December 21, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SHE PARKED HER CAR FOR GOOD

SHE PARKED HER CAR FOR GOOD

TiHE blonde woman drove a black sports car into a cinema car park, angrily slammed the door as she stepped out, and told the attendant : " It's all yours, my good man. I'm sick of paying garages to repair this contraption." That was three months ago and the attendant thought it
December 21, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
4 ... BUT WE POUND AN / OLD TRUCK AN' MANHANDLED /T TO THE SURFACE... TOOK US TILL DAWN... --

4 ... BUT WE POUND AN / OLD TRUCK AN' MANHANDLED /T TO THE SURFACE... TOOK US TILL DAWN... --

, AN ' ...GEE.- WAS / GLAD SEE DAYLIGHT:
December 21, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IRISH SOCCER

IRISH SOCCER

BANGOR LEAD TM CRAZY CROP CHRISTMAS h. come a little ear in Irish Soccer th year. Fans always e pect a ration of su prises during the hect holiday rush, but no o was prepared for t crop of crazy resul during the week-end. Proudly heading t list of heroes are u glamorous, injur h
December 21, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SELLS

SELLS

announced yesterday that it will sell its fish 6d. a stone cheaper than all fish which Mr. Dawson puts into the shops. Other merchants are believed to be considering following the Ross group's example.
October 14, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
bored me. But I thought ren, " frequently get into it appropriate that such an positions of great power in asinine picture should our society and create start with Silvana Pam- havoc."

bored me. But I thought ren, " frequently get into it appropriate that such an positions of great power in asinine picture should our society and create start with Silvana Pam- havoc."

panini bathing herself in donkey's milk. UNLOVELY Later, Montague told me that Eton, Harrow, Winchester and the like, with their boasted "c h a r acter - moulding" BR ITI S H leadership traditions , make unlovely suffers because her fish from promising most respe c t e d public
October 14, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He should get free pardonsays court

He should get free pardonsays court

AMAN who, said counsel, had not been given a fair opportunity to clear himself of what was a charge of forgery, may get a free pardon.. The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Goddard, said in the High Court yesterday that the case was a proper one to submit to the Home Secretary. The man,
October 14, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ORGANISED BY THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS

ORGANISED BY THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS

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October 14, 1953 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England