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Radio star put off paying ex-wife t

Radio star put off paying ex-wife t

Radio star put off paying ex-wife TAGE and radio comedian Michael Howard has provided nothing for his young daughter by a former wife for two years, a court was told yesterday. And by " procrastination and subterfuge " he has avoided paying maintenance money to the former wife, B
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Moon nets a fortune

Moon nets a fortune

ITME Moon has always been a magnet for thirty-four-yearold scientist Arthur Clarke. As a boy, he made himself a telescope, out of a cardboard tube and some old spectacle lenses, in order to study it. And he nearly caught his death of cold from long nights spent Moon-gazing—in hi
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE LEARNS WHY A BATH GOES G-U-R-G-L-E IN BRIEF

THE DUKE LEARNS WHY A BATH GOES G-U-R-G-L-E IN BRIEF

T HE Duke of Edinburgh learned yesterday what makes that gurgling sound when you let the bath water out. He asked the reason for it when he visited the building research station of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, at Garston, Herts. And he was told by Mr. Al
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Americ,.l n THE DAILY MIRROR Page 5 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 * A new Tuesday morn- lng column in which he country. Farmers are making less duties to the rest of the world as well as to ey. Many thousands of industrial workers hersel
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JOCKEY GETS

JOCKEY GETS

on Indian Gift, who won the Sudbury Selling Handicap. This victory compensated owner-trainer George Beeby for the filly's narrow defeat at Birmingham last time out. Backers of favourites found a winner in Thunderstruck, a 5-2 chance. But they had some anxious seconds before the
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BROADMOOR BREAK BY

BROADMOOR BREAK BY

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April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY WANT TO SEE QUEEN

THEY WANT TO SEE QUEEN

NEXT YEAR THE Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will start a two months' tour of Australia next January— Australia's summertime—if the Queen agrees to proposals to be made by Prime Minister Robert Menzies when he arrives in Britain at the end of next month, says Reuter. Mr. Menzie
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
.. . Jenng trips up ~:l T was a wonderful morning the of 326 housewives voted v o o f

.. . Jenng trips up ~:l T was a wonderful morning the of 326 housewives voted v o o f

t a e i d u the Persil-washed tea-towel the school bell hadn't . rung yet and Jenny felt fine in her freshly washed Yes, Persil beats the lot ! • Persil forms NO SCUM, even in hard white frock. Washed in one of the new washing powders wa A te n r d . She skipped gaily on her way
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
rage 4 THE DAILY MIRROR Wednesday, April 30, 1952 I hoeshoe s easi d e h o l i d

rage 4 THE DAILY MIRROR Wednesday, April 30, 1952 I hoeshoe s easi d e h o l i d

ay wi ll b e river 6 Wo Here's the man who does the shoe-shoe- 7. shuffle along the River Thames. David Pegram, of Dulwich, has made two shoe floats of canvas and wood. He t o J im says: "They are more fun than a canoe , and once you get the knack of it, its {%:;'.;:;: Kit as si
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England