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May 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
What sort of place it is, on any given day, depends on your luck. L —as my old acquaintance Eric can now tell you—paints the expres on the face of the world.

What sort of place it is, on any given day, depends on your luck. L —as my old acquaintance Eric can now tell you—paints the expres on the face of the world.

Eric is a Manchester man, By NOEL wHITCOMB short, round, Pickwickian. He used to be a journalist in Lon- don. Then he made a bit of money and became a publisher in Edinburgh. For a while he did quite 'nicely. Then things went haywire. Eric slid down the iceberg of success and 1
May 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Gillette

Gillette

His form points to certain disgrace With that handicap shrouding his face But we're willing to bet If he uses He'll be right at the front of the Race. 10-BLADE PACKET 2/8 20-BLADE DISPENSER 5/4 BUY THE BEST AND SAVE MONEY ! Blue Blades TriC -1 5 -1 ntAstio 1 1 . i p I 1 1.-, !
May 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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t , '7'wd 4 MAY 27 1952 I o N e num " Daily Mirror " Reporter SCOTLAND YARD had

t , '7'wd 4 MAY 27 1952 I o N e num " Daily Mirror " Reporter SCOTLAND YARD had

a new lead last night which may bring about the capture of Britain's biggest-ever mailbag gang. eri mail Yard hope to have full morning It was discovered that In records of all these num- t a h n a d t s a o l4l FORWARD the consi g nment of 1 WITH THE £280,000 worth of Treasury
May 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DIRECTOR TOLD OF £121,000, HE ALLEGES

DIRECTOR TOLD OF £121,000, HE ALLEGES

A COMPANY director drew forged cheques on his filrm's account to pay his betting debts, a court was told yesterday. The director was alleged by Mr. M. P. Pugh, prosecuting at Birmingham, to have told the police that he had had £127,000 of the firm's money. Sydney Heslop, 44, of
May 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOONSIDE'S SELECTIONS HURST PARK 2.0 Rose Bay; 2.30, Gay Trio; 3.0, Isle of Purbeck; 3.30, La Princesses 4.0, Majasa"; 4.30,

DOONSIDE'S SELECTIONS HURST PARK 2.0 Rose Bay; 2.30, Gay Trio; 3.0, Isle of Purbeck; 3.30, La Princesses 4.0, Majasa"; 4.30,

Neasden Lane. DOUBLE• Majasa (nap) and Gay Trio.
May 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RA 9.0 Newel. 9.10 H o u Choice. 9.55 FIN. 10.0 Hen son: organ. 10.30 - Mus You Work: Orchestra.

RA 9.0 Newel. 9.10 H o u Choice. 9.55 FIN. 10.0 Hen son: organ. 10.30 - Mus You Work: Orchestra.

11.0 Mrs Diary. 11:15 West land Light 0 11.45 Story 12.0 Parll 12.15 Harry his Band. 12.45 Midl Orchestra. Mother 2.0 Wocrla 3.0 May duce ? 3.30 Forces —The Skin.. 3.45 Mus You Work Scala 4.15 Mrs 4.30 Silver 4.45 Scotti , etv Orchestr 5.30 Band Corps of Ro neers. Richa6.ls in T
May 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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ette, wearing a red chiffon scarf and blue raincoat, told the court in a whisper that Pytchley asked her to marry him after he came out of the Army last December and she said Yes," " I slept in his room two or three times," she said, " But nothing wrong place." Rosina told the
May 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England