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By PETER LAKER

By PETER LAKER

THEY were seventy thousand Englishmen excited, highly expectant . . but, as befits those who gather in the sacred precincts of Twickenham, politely reserved. They were also human beings, and as such, were magically transformedfor eighty minutes onlyinto a roaring multitude of ho
January 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GAIL, 6, DIED HELPING OTHERS GAIL DILLON, 6, lost her life trying to help others , a coroner said yesterday.

GAIL, 6, DIED HELPING OTHERS GAIL DILLON, 6, lost her life trying to help others , a coroner said yesterday.

Gail, whose home was in Oak Tree-grove, Leeds, died of burns when she went down without her mothers knowledge to try to make early morninv tea. Her nightdress was set on fire. The coroner, Dr. A. J. Swanton. said: " This child sacrificed her life in trying to give some comfort t
January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHEAT PROTEIN!

WHEAT PROTEIN!

"But," you may ask, "what is this protein 1" It is the ;neat of the wheat. It promotes health, strength and nourishment. Procea Brown Bread is delicious, it makes wonderful toast and sandwiches and is so good for the whole family. All Procea Brcad and Rolls, both white and brown
January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DENTIST

DENTIST

I 3EOPLE who spend uncomfortable I minutes in a dentist's chair hav• ing a lower back tooth hauled out will have their dreams come true if dentists follow a tip given to them this week. For patients will be permitted —even encouraged—to BITE the dentist's thumb as he works . The
January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

°LOTH, dress, lingerie, blouse and curtain materials direct from the Midis at Bargain Prices. Send S.A.E. for free trarticulars, Pater Textiles. Ltd. (Dept. R.G.20). 19, Rampart O.
January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The PRA(TICAL EIECTRI(II\

The PRA(TICAL EIECTRI(II\

The PRA(TICAL Pocket Boa 19J2 net easy include tropics tro- Plating, Fuse Ratings. Generators, Induction Motors, Interference Suppression, Lighting, Low Temperature Heating, Motor Testing and Maintenance, Portable Electric Tools, Rectifiers. Refrigeration. Ring Cir. enit,Solderin
January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
T his day Is yours: Yesterday is dead: tomorrow is yet to come L '. e th rs Answered by

T his day Is yours: Yesterday is dead: tomorrow is yet to come L '. e th rs Answered by

THE OLD CODGERS • . . . . Chairs paragraph about the fool of a wife Dulled a chair away as her husband was to sit on It! "PARALYSED" writes from 1 ..;mon-road, North End. Portsmouth: had a chair taken from underneath me I went to sit down sixteen years ago. a fractured spine. I
January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mickey the Giggle iTTO:i

Mickey the Giggle iTTO:i

Mickey the Giggle Haspnee Bilsby. 7-10-9 210 Broadmoor. 7-10-9.. A. Kelly 00 Miss Lurline 5-10-8.. Curran 000 Royal Trio. 8-10-7 R Cross 000 Tecla. 6-10-6 Celandine. 7-10-6 .. Slack 0 War Cash. 9-10-6 .. Pickford Tussock Star. 7-10-5 0 Astroline. 6-10-1 Millar 00 Master Builder.
January 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
London's Tin Pan Alley W takes up the motto— ny worry?

London's Tin Pan Alley W takes up the motto— ny worry?

London's Tin Pan Alley takes up the motto— ny worry? THE song that probably will be Britain's first big hit of 1952 is called " Why Worry ? " And a lot more numbers in keep-yourchin-uo vein are likely to come from London's Tin Pan Alley this year. The publishers. remembering the
January 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England