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THE HICCUPS PUT A FIRE-EATER

THE HICCUPS PUT A FIRE-EATER

RAN NY the fire-eater was all set to go on stage at the social club. His mouth was filled with spirit and he had set it alight with a match. Then it happened The moment all fireeaters dread. Ranny got hiccups. Singed And instead of breathing fire out, Ranny breathed It in and se
October 7, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GARTH •e) Fir ;II LISTEN TO THAT • ••••• . 1 DESTROY! LAWN! THAT BLOKE'S ...- tit_ - r e

GARTH •e) Fir ;II LISTEN TO THAT • ••••• . 1 DESTROY! LAWN! THAT BLOKE'S ...- tit_ - r e

STONE, STARING - ;=--- —_.....‘ H e - KILL; I "f EASY ) MATE-. ------ 4 - CALL TIM LET'S TAKE SQUAD-CAR A WALK WHILE I TRY F / '''' ALONG TO --5,. , -...,,,. • TO COOL HIM TH E STATION, A RRRaii DOWN! -`: SHALL WE? • • • THE LARKS ' BYE, HARRY/ `BYE, ' BYE—LOVELY Tfi EDNA -- -1-
January 10, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 26 DAILY MIRROR, Friday, January 10, 1969 edited by PETER LAKER ENGLAND full-back Bob Hiller asserts that London referee

PAGE 26 DAILY MIRROR, Friday, January 10, 1969 edited by PETER LAKER ENGLAND full-back Bob Hiller asserts that London referee

George Fenn was "playing to the gallery" when he disallowed two kicks at goal during the Surrey-Army Rugby clash at Esher onyednesday. Hiller, o Tooting Bec schoolmaster, wos judged to hove spent too long over his preparations He told me last _night "So far as I was concerned, I
January 10, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By HARRY MILLER

By HARRY MILLER

Ipswich. in fact. have drawn tin a short list of men they feel might till the b ill. And I understand they have already been in touch with Plymouth regarding Bingham.
January 10, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROME TITLE

ROME TITLE

this contest is now open for purse offers. _ ObViOjily it would be extremely awkward to hold a final eliminator and then find there was no champion to defend his title against the winner. Like A Welterweight Winstone looked more like a welterweight than a featherweight when I sa
January 10, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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MUSTEROLE All-purpose rub for head and chestcolds, coughs, sorethroats, muscular aches, nerve and rheu• matic pains. lumbago, etc. Nose drops

MUSTEROLE All-purpose rub for head and chestcolds, coughs, sorethroats, muscular aches, nerve and rheu• matic pains. lumbago, etc. Nose drops

for quick relief of nasal congestion due to colds and catarrh.
January 10, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
...HER HOUSE WAS IN AN ABSOLUTE MESS; - -

...HER HOUSE WAS IN AN ABSOLUTE MESS; - -

January 10, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By MARK DOWDNEY

By MARK DOWDNEY

charges are based will be re.idy by this weekend. Martin Shaw, spokesman for the studen's' union committee. said last night that disciplinary action would lead to a " hardenlog " of student feeling. No decision had been ;taken about further stud' ent action. but it could ..ake t
February 7, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
winner

winner

that ensues. Gina proves that she is not only a stunning "looker " hut also a pert, spry comedienne. The three heroes apply their own special comedy techniques to the brisk dialogue and neatly twisted situations. Shelley Winters. Lee Grant and Marian Moses boost the fun as the u
February 7, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Spaces

Spaces

Toughs. molls. city slickers and police red tape all bewilder this ,i.itor from the wide open spaces. Rut Coogan is determined. Clint. giving his best performance Net, tugs at his Stetson and wades right in to the crime jungle and the result is a granite-tough cop-versuscriminal
February 7, 1969 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England