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August 7, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
No' to plea

No' to plea

said last night: Extra supplies could be sent to Coventry only at the expense of other areas." Mr Edelman also urged the Ministry that doctors and their families should get priority anti-polio vaccination. Three doctors have been stricken in the Midlands " polio area." One of th
August 7, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TELEVISION AND RADIO

TELEVISION AND RADIO

See how they run ! They're vaulting gates and leaping over stiles, And still the bear keeps in the lead: by now it's quite two miles. But while the watchers think it strange that Sooty runs so fast, They think it even stranger that the champion should be LAST ! Star Programmes o
August 7, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PONTEFRACT

PONTEFRACT

Tete Oahe: 3.38 and 4.30 Rases 2-T-0 M FLATS. U. Winner tl3 Light (—). 8-12 larl eard issel4l (111 well), 5-12 01141 Hesse (Walsh). 3-12 IdTingle R. Ward). 11-11 SennlOW (Clarkson). 11-3 Royal Fainter(B Hall). 11-3 • Murray Furst Sells (Calvert). 11-11 4 gem Star (H. Whiteman).
August 7, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By NEWSBOY *

By NEWSBOY *

I RUBLE Red, rated IJ the unluckiest loser at Goodwood, has no easy task today in attempting to win the Brighton Cup for the second year running. This mile and a hal event. with a prize of £1.540 to the winner, has not been tackled by any three-yearolds in the past two years. To
August 7, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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At -V- If* Ile If At -V.

September 6, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 6, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
•':; THE RIDDLE Of A MYSTERY

•':; THE RIDDLE Of A MYSTERY

THE RIDDLE Of A MYSTERY by RAYMOND DOMINI. On the panel will be IVIIO doped unsuspecting Arnold Verity to make him former " Yakity-Yak " girl v appear so insane that his affairs would have to Jacqueline Curtis, actor be handled by his business partner Bill Owen, novelist Roberta
September 6, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 6, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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GEORGE SWINDIN at the match. lb I V G L r -ORGE want a Lea u tw e aa p

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September 6, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England