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BOSS FIRED

BOSS FIRED

to COURT I? i e ave su p pe r g e eged on seemed Allington's mind, said Mr. Fielding. TOLD " Allington set fire to the shop after due consideration," he added. Mr. F. Lythgow, defending, said Allington had been in a responsible position for many years, had an unblemished charact
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HASTINGS

HASTINGS

THE FRIENDLIEST PLACE UNDER THE SUN 1066 ways of' enjoying yourself! Mite (stamp pirase:) to P.R. 4 Bureau, Hastings / 1 for 7r all information Fast, frequent trains from London (Charinai Victoria) Grand Carnival. JULY 742
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN

DOWN

1, Pillages; 2, Cain's brother; 3, County division; 4, Waste; 5, Hint; 6, Outside; 7, Bear witness; 8, Receptacle; 11, Deep pass; 14, Competed: 16, Appeared; 18, Food: 20, Tasks; 21, Forest, officer 23, Angel: 26. Admitted; 28,. Blue; 30, Bird; 31, Sloping platform; 33. Hard Wat
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COAL OUTPUT CUT BY THE HOLIDAY

COAL OUTPUT CUT BY THE HOLIDAY

Total output of coal for week ending April 12 was 4,083,400 tons-636,800 tc,:s less than the previous week The Easter holiday is blamed for a drop of 316.200 tons in deep-mined coal. toodePful 4 ; ; .. 0,0
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
10.0'St 10.20

10.0'St 10.20

April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Friday, April 18, 1952 AUDREY WHITING invites you to Paris, Thursday. THE horse-chestnut trees are budding and the almond trees

Friday, April 18, 1952 AUDREY WHITING invites you to Paris, Thursday. THE horse-chestnut trees are budding and the almond trees

are in full pink blossom. The cabs drawn by horses wearing straw hats are clipclopping down the Champs Elysees So let's stroll down to a pavement cafe and sit in the spring sunshine around a marble-topped table u n der a gay umbrella. What a difference from England ! London has
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IT'S FOREIGN-IT'S CULTURE

IT'S FOREIGN-IT'S CULTURE

THE whole question of foreign film stars boils down to this: The average Englishman wants to see sexy, earthy films, but he wants to do so with an easY conscience. As long as it is part of the mad, bad outside world, his conscience will not be troubled. He has been educated to b
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE INTERNATIONAL RESORT

THE INTERNATIONAL RESORT

THE DAILY MIRROR, APRIL 18, 1952 „ 1 The Middle Class —By CASSANDRA :•:.•: I DON'T think much of the middle class," said Mr. Charles Guest, "and don't want to be middle class." Mr. Guest is what is called a working EVER an," and is proud of it. He is also, with s wife, the winne
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Friday, April 18, 1952

Friday, April 18, 1952

April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'O'DAY'S THOUGHT: Care, and not fine ables, makes a good horse. DANISH ROVERB.

'O'DAY'S THOUGHT: Care, and not fine ables, makes a good horse. DANISH ROVERB.

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