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THI TRANGE R and her family when they return ome, from that day onwards, will ouse. so long, and so

THI TRANGE R and her family when they return ome, from that day onwards, will ouse. so long, and so

greatly delighted actically empty now. odern equipment they planned for their their staff's convenience, all the fittings r schemes they chose, the private cinema, i fully decorated nurseries, are left. .11 their furniture has been stored. The s they particularly wish to have wi
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RAIL FARES: SURPRISE BAN I , r

RAIL FARES: SURPRISE BAN I , r

EASON tickets expiring tomorrow or later standstill order on proposed increases, or a con- will not be renewed for longer than three tinuation of existing rates. Ordinary single and return fares by direct months, British Railways announced yesterday. routes will be reduced from
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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immies

)m Mrs. S. LAW;ON, Balfour-street. 3,ateshead: dy little girl, Carol, three years, has . ee dollies. When I gested she should e one to her friend, uline, she replied: no, Mummy. uline can have one my other toys, but a dolly, 'cos I'm !ir Mummy and I think they would to be with a
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1! Maier) Penny Resulle Pool

1! Maier) Penny Resulle Pool

12 Correct £lO2 14 ofOi Id. 11 Corr. £2 6 0. 10 Corr. 5/- Peel 1-3 Draws Peal 2.-0 Results Pool 3—il Aways Nothing COPES 13 Match Penny Points Pool Ist Div won with only 21 Points 20 Points 19 Points 18 Points 7 Match Treble Chance Pool. Ist Div. won with 21 Points 20 Pts. £l5 6
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily WED., FORWARD WITh Mi rror APR ' THE PEOPLE . WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE s. Geraldine House. 42-48, Hardman-at.,

Daily WED., FORWARD WITh Mi rror APR ' THE PEOPLE . WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE s. Geraldine House. 42-48, Hardman-at.,

Fetter-lane, E.C.4. And at Manchester, 3. : Holborn 4321. Blackfriars 2313. •: a'. THE NOS, HERE • IS ANSWEREI) DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER FOR three minutes a mother and her nineteen-year-old son clung to each other in a cell below the Law Courts in London, yesterday. _WITH HI GIRL
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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'A THRILLER BEHIND BARS YOU WILL -G.-M. pre i sen NEVER FORGET:. i.RT lA, 'JEAN HAGEN WENDELL COREY STARTING TOMORROW

'A THRILLER BEHIND BARS YOU WILL -G.-M. pre i sen NEVER FORGET:. i.RT lA, 'JEAN HAGEN WENDELL COREY STARTING TOMORROW

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April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Allies make R eds new offer trrllE U.N. command has urged the Com- proposal that construction of airfields munists to

Allies make R eds new offer trrllE U.N. command has urged the Com- proposal that construction of airfields munists to

agree to the return of should be banned after an armistice. only three out of every five Communist The Communists have stubbornly prisoners as part of a new secret formula opposed such a ban, and this issue, toto break the deadlock in the Korean truce gether with the U.N. view t
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
young girl in love

young girl in love

HAT are the thoughts of a young girl who is suddenly, at the age of thirteen, cut off from normal life and confined to a secret hiding-plac:, for two years? What does she think about the things s he is missing --the sun, school, friends who are free, and about the people she is
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SIGNALS

SIGNALS

THE man who has been driving for twenty years gives poorer signals than the one who passed his test last week Why ? Because he feels ENTITLED so to do. Those who had anything to do with the Services will remember the mania for doing things as sloppily as regulations would permit
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England