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BELINDA

BELINDA

Mr. DIGWELL EVE IT ' F' YES, YOUR STAN/ IN GEE I .- I'M POVERTY PARISH GLAD YOU HAS BEEN CROWNED THINK SO, WITH SUCCESS, VICAR ! . - 1 1 I() 1 EVEN MR PROUDLEIGH HE'S TAKEN UP THE WHOLE T SEEMS HAS FALLEN QUESTION OF CRIMEA CRESCENT :OR YOUR PERSUASIVE WITH THE AUTHORITIES- IN
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DIVISION I

DIVISION I

3. 0 Burnley v. Portsmouth 3.15 Charlton v. Chelsea 3.15 Fulham v. Huddersfield .... 3. 0 Man. U. v. Arsenal 3. 0 Middlesbro' v. Wolves 3.15 Newcastle v. A. Villa 3. 0 Preston v. Liverpool 3.15 Stoke v. Manchester C 3.15 Tottenham v. Blackpool 3. 0 W.B.A. v. Sunderland ...& I 3.
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STEEL MEN GET SCRAPPING

STEEL MEN GET SCRAPPING

STEEL workers at Consett (Co. Durham) are being asked to join in a scrap metal drive to help keep the town's steelworks going. In each of their pay packets this week-end thousands of men employed by the Consett Iron Company are getting a circular asking them to do what they can
April 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REG WHITLEY at the Pictures

REG WHITLEY at the Pictures

It is a faithful and sincere version of Alan Paton's novel about a Zulu parson who leaves his Fredric March the chance for a superb rural Natal parish to rescue his sister study of the last days of an unsuccessand son from the moral and physical ful commercial traveller. dangers
April 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I want JAM on it !

I want JAM on it !

I t ATHEN I was at the sweet-toothed age "jam for tea " meant real, home-made jam. I remember mother making it slowly and carefully in an enormous pan—and the only things that went into that pan were fruit and sugar. The result was a clear, juicy jelly crammed full with whole st
April 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIS IS THEORY GONE MAD, says C. M. JONES

THIS IS THEORY GONE MAD, says C. M. JONES

THEORY gone mad is the only interpretation 1 can put on two of the latest actions of the L.T.A. Committees connected with training and coaching. The first of these was to grade as second class the professional who took on as beginners D W. Barton, John Horn and Bob Wilson, and r
April 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ten words of Devlin the fate Burns

Ten words of Devlin the fate Burns

MEN words—" in my opinion there has been no miscarriage of Justice "—sealed the fate yesterday of two men, Edward Francis Devlin, 22 and Alfred Burns, 21, who were sentenced to death at Liverpool Assizes on February 27. They will be executed at 9 a.m. on Friday at Walton Gaol, L
April 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England