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RAIL FARES: SURPRISE BAN I , r

RAIL FARES: SURPRISE BAN I , r

EASON tickets expiring tomorrow or later standstill order on proposed increases, or a con- will not be renewed for longer than three tinuation of existing rates. Ordinary single and return fares by direct months, British Railways announced yesterday. routes will be reduced from
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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)m Mrs. S. LAW;ON, Balfour-street. 3,ateshead: dy little girl, Carol, three years, has . ee dollies. When I gested she should e one to her friend, uline, she replied: no, Mummy. uline can have one my other toys, but a dolly, 'cos I'm !ir Mummy and I think they would to be with a
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1! Maier) Penny Resulle Pool

1! Maier) Penny Resulle Pool

12 Correct £lO2 14 ofOi Id. 11 Corr. £2 6 0. 10 Corr. 5/- Peel 1-3 Draws Peal 2.-0 Results Pool 3—il Aways Nothing COPES 13 Match Penny Points Pool Ist Div won with only 21 Points 20 Points 19 Points 18 Points 7 Match Treble Chance Pool. Ist Div. won with 21 Points 20 Pts. £l5 6
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily WED., FORWARD WITh Mi rror APR ' THE PEOPLE . WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE s. Geraldine House. 42-48, Hardman-at.,

Daily WED., FORWARD WITh Mi rror APR ' THE PEOPLE . WORLD'S BIGGEST DAILY SALE s. Geraldine House. 42-48, Hardman-at.,

Fetter-lane, E.C.4. And at Manchester, 3. : Holborn 4321. Blackfriars 2313. •: a'. THE NOS, HERE • IS ANSWEREI) DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER FOR three minutes a mother and her nineteen-year-old son clung to each other in a cell below the Law Courts in London, yesterday. _WITH HI GIRL
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'A THRILLER BEHIND BARS YOU WILL -G.-M. pre i sen NEVER FORGET:. i.RT lA, 'JEAN HAGEN WENDELL COREY STARTING TOMORROW

'A THRILLER BEHIND BARS YOU WILL -G.-M. pre i sen NEVER FORGET:. i.RT lA, 'JEAN HAGEN WENDELL COREY STARTING TOMORROW

925 30 4.5, 6.45, At 11'55' ."
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HER CONDUCT WAS DISGRACEFUL, SAYS A JUDGE

HER CONDUCT WAS DISGRACEFUL, SAYS A JUDGE

A WOMAN'S conduct in bringing false charges against her husband, a Q.C., was " disgraceful," Mr. Justice Barnard said in the Divorce Court yesterday. The judge ordered that the wife, Mrs. Joan Hilda Beyfus, 28, should not have the £BOO which her husband had been ordered to pay i
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SAY NCB

SAY NCB

JOR the first time since the war the Coal Board expects to face next winter without any fear of a coal crisis, writes Harold Hutchinson. Stocks now are thirteen million tonsthree and a half million tons better than at this time last year. The Board said last night that if high o
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR 1 held her neck and pressed, said

THE DAILY MIRROR 1 held her neck and pressed, said

Ascot is on the way . . and while husbands are* consulting the form books, wives are consulting the fashion books. Here are two likely entrants for the Dressing-up Stakes." Nurse Merrick. Stakes S_ n Fa-shio he The je-he ler • he ter . do ep t. r kex. ;ed he to ! es 4.. rat ed 3
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
£4,000 'TIP OFF' FAILED

£4,000 'TIP OFF' FAILED

TWO men called on Mrs. Gladys Altree, 53, yesterday and told her that her husband had been injured at work. She invited them in. As she closed the door one of the men stuck a gun in her ribs and said: " This is a hold-up. We want the £4,000 we have been tipped off about." Mrs. A
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England