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T.T. RACES (KILLED) MAY BE TOUGHER By JOE HU MPHREYS

T.T. RACES (KILLED) MAY BE TOUGHER By JOE HU MPHREYS

THE world's toughest motor-cycle races, over the gruellin twisting T.T. course in the Isle of Man, may beco tougher still. Fifty-two riders have crashed to death on the course since the race in 1907. Twenty-eight of them have died in practice or in races since the last war. In 1
July 16, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE FLUTTERS

THE FLUTTERS

GARTH What is your ruling planet ? What is your Zodiacal Sign ? These things are worth knowing. According to the Science of Astrology, they determine your character, your lucky numbers, the colours which are most favourable to you and a host of other things. It's all there for y
July 16, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KID'S STUFF

KID'S STUFF

TACKLE MILBURN, Newcastle outside right who will train Newcastle's juniors next season, is injured. He has a badly twisted ankle . . through kicking a child's ball. Jackie owns two motor coaches and it was in his driver-guide capacity that he couldn't resist joining a kick-about
July 16, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAR RADIO RANGE FOR 1957

CAR RADIO RANGE FOR 1957

July 16, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE NIGHT!

THE NIGHT!

The Duke of Edinburgh will be there to see three hours of speed, sparkle and spectacle. Full details are on page 23.
May 30, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Robot Revolution rs' fear hildish, JIM FREED

The Robot Revolution rs' fear hildish, JIM FREED

By RAY HILL special meeting. In the almost deserted public gallery of Hereford Shire Hall Mrs. Smith listened while Judge Langman, the chairman, told the two men: at which the two men were expecting to hear their sente n c e. the county We do not know what appeals committee held
May 30, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
, 8ai1...Y-* Other Support

, 8ai1...Y-* Other Support

Mr. Brown, with the support also of the Transport and General Workers' Union is now certain of more than 1,600,000 votes. The miners (677,000 votes) and the railwaymen (295,000) are expected to vote for Mr. Bevan; most of the constituency parties are expected to do so, too. The
May 30, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS GAUMONT. Hmkt. Patterns of Powerl U. Nightmare, A. Last DaY, LEIC.-SQ. TH. Wicked As They Come. A. Woman

LONDON AMUSEMENTS GAUMONT. Hmkt. Patterns of Powerl U. Nightmare, A. Last DaY, LEIC.-SQ. TH. Wicked As They Come. A. Woman

of the River, A. ODEON. Lelc.-sq. Bette Davis. Storm Centre, A. 1.25, 4, 6.35. 9.15. ODEON. M/Arch Port Afrique (A). Tech. At 1.45, 4.15, 6.45. 9.5. PLAZA—Danny Kaye, Court Jester. U. Escape in the Sun, A. Cont. 11.0 WARNER. Ger. 3423—Mario Lanza. Serenade (U). Col. Joan Fontain
May 30, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 30, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
So Simple

So Simple

*thought that Anita's wedding dress was delightfully fresh and different. It was beautifully simple and not half so revealing as the dresses lots of brides wear.—S. E. M., Cambridge. It's obvious that this couple are very much in love. And that's all that counts when you are get
May 30, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England