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So the boys set to work to find out what had happened to their pennies. They made a discovery and turned it into a money-making trick that landed

So the boys set to work to find out what had happened to their pennies. They made a discovery and turned it into a money-making trick that landed

them, yesterday, in a juvenile court. Soon afterwards, it was stated, the G.P.O. began to receive complaints from people who tried to telephone from the same box. They found that their money jammed and they could not recover it. An investigation officer kept watch. He found," sa
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 2 THE DAILY MIRROR s `SO YOU WANT TO EMIGRATE'-2nd article in our series

Page 2 THE DAILY MIRROR s `SO YOU WANT TO EMIGRATE'-2nd article in our series

April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
don't home!

don't home!

descended from all the other races of Europe. In Canada's Middle West, in particular, there are thousands of people who, while loyal to Queen Elizabeth, have no sentimental attachment to England. (IN the , I , A in --,-----
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
6 Turco ' promises THE leader of the " Heave n ly H os t A rm y," R a

6 Turco ' promises THE leader of the " Heave n ly H os t A rm y," R a

y mon d Turco Westerling, who was arrested while in bed on. Wednesday, and later released, said in The Hague yesterday that he has promised to stay in Holland and not to go into hiding. Turco invaded the west Java capital of Bandung two years ago with his illegal " Heavenly Army
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MINEHEAD

MINEHEAD

In Smiling Somerset The Seaward Gate of Exmoor. Set like a gem in the rugged coastline of the Severn Sea. Its unique amenities make it an ideal holiday resort. Write to L. Heal, The Bureau, Minehead, Somerset, for Guide, 80 pages (Postal Order 6d.). For Rail Services enquire at
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PERCH

PERCH

SENIOR.—Rod--Mr. Richard Walker. 11, Bearton-avenue. Hitchin (41b, 130 z.). Reel: Mr. E. Pitts. 22, Holly-road, London, W. 4 (41b. 120 z.). WOMEN.—Rod—Mrs. P. Hansen, Hayes and Harlington A.S. (21b. 10oz.). Reel: Mrs. E. Manktelow, 13, Granvillepark, London, 5.E.13 (21b. 9oz. 6d
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He denies francs charge

He denies francs charge

ARMY funds amounting to 1,943,000 francs — about £2,ooo—were said to have been misapplied by Captain St. John Fitzgerald Wintour, M.8.E., King's Royal Rifles, at an Aldershot court-martial yesterday. He pleaded not guilty to five charges of misapplying the money while holder of
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Toffee THE PERFECTION OF CONFECTIONS 0.A3

Toffee THE PERFECTION OF CONFECTIONS 0.A3

April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR rllollywood goes morbid—to music!

THE DAILY MIRROR rllollywood goes morbid—to music!

prITHIN the past ten days I have seen three new Hollywood films. ACH has an old-time smash-hit song as the main title. :ALL of them are showing within walking distance of each er in London's West End. TWO of them have leading ladies using crutches. TWO include sequences which bu
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
personality shoes

personality shoes

Write today for free folder (illustrated in full colour) and the name of your nearest stockist to : Dept. L, D. SENKER & SON LTD., KINGSLAND RD., LONDON, E. 2
April 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England