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BERNARD VENABLES

BERNARD VENABLES

Mrs. F. Hinkley, 4, Edgeware-terrace, Bayswater-road, Leeds 8 (11oz. Bdms.). JUNIOR. —Rod—Master A. R. Jefferey (15), Flat 4, Russell House, Eamont-street, London, N.W.B (13oz. 10dms.). Reel: Master Brian Carrington (13), Tyeside, The Causeway, Langenhoe, Colchester (13oz. 2dms.
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Faith Domergue—tired after flying to London yesterday.

Faith Domergue—tired after flying to London yesterday.

eye teeth," chuckled Miss Domergue, " but it was only partially successful." Faith still practises with the toothp ic k—reading aloud for an hour every night. " Thank heavens that's not what the f a n s see," she said. She and Hugo have two children—Diana, 3, and John, eight mon
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RANCH IN

RANCH IN

SUMMER MONTHS ... sports hostel in winter . . . the weather comes in extremes in the Canadian Rockies! Fine for sport, but very damaging for footwear! So out there too, they protect their shoes with Nugget. Nugget's rich oils and waxes keep leather soft, supple and long-wearing.
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHEN PENNY

WHEN PENNY

April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
6.46

6.46

April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NAVY SAILS 100 MILES IN JUNGLE TO FIGHT REDS

NAVY SAILS 100 MILES IN JUNGLE TO FIGHT REDS

TWO British gunboats have peners.ted 100 miles up the Pahang River into the Malayan jungle in operations against Communist terrorists. " They will remain upriver indefinitely," a naval spokesman said at Singapore yesterday, "so it can be presumed the experiment has been successf
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
They had `lose race' curses PELLS were at one time frequently used in sport but today have probably been replaced

They had `lose race' curses PELLS were at one time frequently used in sport but today have probably been replaced

by the doping and stopping of racehorses, a professor said yesterday. Curses were made to prevent horses from running, or winning, or even that the horses might fall " jockeys and all " Professor J. R. M. Cormack, Professor of Classics at Reading University, said in a talk at th
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOLIDAYS

HOLIDAYS

Viewpoint objecting to long school holidays is typical of present-day parents. They did not have them, so why should we ? We have longer holidays because we deserve them, and because of them we can learn much more quickly.—Schoolboy, Camborne, Cornwall.
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IT IS ALWAYS HOLIDAY TIME IN GLORIOUS SOUTH DEVON

IT IS ALWAYS HOLIDAY TIME IN GLORIOUS SOUTH DEVON

For further details apply to Publicity Officer (Dept. S) of the town concerned Ashburton Newton Abbol Brixham Paignton Buckfastleigh Plymouth Budleigh Salterton Seaton Chagford Sidmouth Dartmouth Teignmouth Dawlish Torquay Exeter Totnes Exmouth !'or Railway Services enquire al S
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'age 8

'age 8

April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England