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April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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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
 
Page 6 THE DAILY MIRROR, APRIL 30, 1952 , NOW! A TOOTHPASTE PA LAc Herd is slaughtered to THAT REDUCES

Page 6 THE DAILY MIRROR, APRIL 30, 1952 , NOW! A TOOTHPASTE PA LAc Herd is slaughtered to THAT REDUCES

TOOTH check pest moners can turn out their cattle to graze on the open forest again. HER , E o HERD of un i t . F riesian cattle Sir Berkeley Pigott, honorary DECAY -BY NEARLY HALF 3 t t li t l i th irty tk e pigs were Secretary of th e yesterday after confirmation of Lion, has
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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£4O 10 0 £4 4 0 sHERmANSk, 1/.1'14. IMO !

£4O 10 0 £4 4 0 sHERmANS k , 1/.1'14. IMO ! * USE THIS 2000 GUINEAS FORM * I COMMISSIONS ACCEPTED TO WIN. EACH WAY OR PLACE ONLY I Yea may post your letter to bear • time stamp not later than I 2.55'p.m. today Wednesday, 30th April, 1952. WINNINGS BY RETURN. AGITATOR DJEBEL-HALLO
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
 

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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
 
THE DAILY MIR

THE DAILY MIR

Page 8 2 I N e m a s y i l y teens I discouraged was shy, and credulous,very afraid of older people. Teasing, especially, rendered me furious, help- less, speechless. I was never witty enough or bold enough to hold my own. I went through a lot before I achieved a measure of self
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STOP THAT

STOP THAT

April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE RIDDLE OF A WOMAN IN BLACK

THE RIDDLE OF A WOMAN IN BLACK

ONLY a quarter of a mile from a crowded golf clubhouse with golfers walking near her all the time—a middleaged woman in black lay back in the sunshine on the neatly-cropped grass Of the course and died. And yesterday, detectives who two months ago solved the Mystery of the Woman
April 30, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England