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9 THE DAILY MIRROR, APRIL 10, 1952 •. • • • POSTSCRIPT • • .. By CASSANDRA— EAR Sir, Ref:

9 THE DAILY MIRROR, APRIL 10, 1952 •. • • • POSTSCRIPT • • .. By CASSANDRA— EAR Sir, Ref:

Admiral Carney your column April 8, why are you so anti-American ? Yours faithfully, William Truscott, + + Dear Sir, Ref Admiral Carney my column April 8, not anti-American. Yours faithfully, Cassandra. PS.: I am in favour of the United : States. Which reminds me of somebody who
April 10, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THOUGHT SO! I STRUCK WHEN •-• I SAW A PLASH IN THE WATER.

THOUGHT SO! I STRUCK WHEN •-• I SAW A PLASH IN THE WATER.

April 10, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAKE HAPPY

MAKE HAPPY

April 10, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
—and there was sea on sunshine

—and there was sea on sunshine

IT was one of the warmest Easter Sundays since the war in many parts yesterday, and in bright sunshine cyclists, motor ists and hikers were out early. There will be more sunshine today, though raincoats should be kept handy. The weather experts say that in the North it will be m
April 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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L 3 Answered by THE 01.0 CODGERS tir_<% Surnames Tricky question being argued over by Mr. JOHN COLES and Isis friends in the Princess Mary's Hospital, RAF, Halton (Bucks): WHY the expressions " Christian" name and Surname 2 We have one hell of an argument here This is a deuce of
April 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN YOUR BACK GARDEN -NO: IN MY BACK GARDEN M'YES • • H • ted and Published by the DAILY

IN YOUR BACK GARDEN -NO: IN MY BACK GARDEN M'YES • • H • ted and Published by the DAILY

MIRROR NEWSPAPERS, Ltd., at Geraldine House, Rolls Bldgs., Fetter-lane, London, E.C.4.—Friday, April 4, 1952. Tel. Holborn 4321. VTHAT'S ALL7r7R- MY` JUST FIVE WIFE... A BIT POUNDS, MR. RUN DOWN YOU FRimLEY... KNOW... ID LIKE TO GIVE HER A TRIP TO THE , , SEASIDE... / Printed an
April 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IL.ICAS \ /

IL.ICAS \ /

IL.ICAS / NEW I knq of the load" DYNAMO SETS LIGHT R NEW // ' KING' RANGE MAJOR' / __-- OMINOR' •SPORTS' z' . or T. N 0 R • LIGHTEST AND BRIGHTEST / • MOST MODERN IN DESIGN • CAR STYLE LIGHTING FOR CYCLES • INTENSE BEAM WITH AMPLE LOCAL LIGHT • SILVER PLATED REFLECTOR QUALITY Pri
April 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HER There was a colourful array of waterproof clothing at the Moor Park Golf Club, Herts, yesterday when CLUBS the

HER There was a colourful array of waterproof clothing at the Moor Park Golf Club, Herts, yesterday when CLUBS the

new boys versus girls fixture took place. Miss Anthea Marshal, of Kent, is well protected as she STAY pushes her clubs to the first tee. The match started in heavy rain, and the boys—their team included six DRY internationals—won the singles by six and a half matches to one and
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MIA!, TICKETS

MIA!, TICKETS

Let it authorise the winning club to pay each player £250, and the losing side £5O to each player. Let it restrict each player to no more than two tickets for friends and insist on the names of the people to whom they are given being supplied. Let them punish offenders unmercifu
April 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRIAN LEFT THE INTERNATIONAL RIDERS HALF A MILE BEHIND

BRIAN LEFT THE INTERNATIONAL RIDERS HALF A MILE BEHIND

C.C. open twenty-five-mile Richmond. California. Pre- SPORT IN BRIEF time-trial in the record vious eighteen-hole record time of 59m. 33s.—the best was 66. time in Yorkshire this year. BRIAN ROBINSON, 21, National Servicem a n from Huddersfield, peat six internationals to win th
April 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England