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BRITISH RAILWAYS

BRITISH RAILWAYS

YOUR HOLIDAY PLUS • L EY HOLIDAY at NIL CAMP JUNE 14-Z! • BILLY TERNENT & gti C HIS ORCHESTp 4 C R /CKfT COACHIN G ' MORGAN PHILLIPS, THE LABOUR PARTY FULL UETMIS FROM TRANSPORT HOUSE, SMITH SQUARE, SWI
May 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WIN NERS

WIN NERS

3.30. Wilwyn (E. Mercer, 11-8 f), 1; Rocklighter (10-1), 2; Aquino II (8-1), 3. 7 ran. 1, Tote: 4/9; 3/0, 7/6. 4.o.—Mignonette Gethin, 100-71, 1; Fair Colleen (7-2). 2; Niccolite (5-2 11, 3. 24 ran. 1 1, hd. Tote: 107/2; 17/11, 3/8, 3/7. 4.30 .—Abu-Navass (E. Mercer. 4-1), 1; Bu
May 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
` Give Guards Guns'

` Give Guards Guns'

Give Guards Guns' Mr. Roy Sims, who has lived at Farley Hill for fifteen years and married Linda's mother two years ago, said: " The shock has nearly killed my wife. Qur baby boy Garry—all we
May 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE P.C. GALLOPED AFTER HIS MAN

THE P.C. GALLOPED AFTER HIS MAN

APOLICEMAN on horseback chased a man along a road, then dismounted and arrested him as he ran from a bombed church, a court was told yesterday. At the Old-street (London) court, the man, James Alfred Cook, 26, of Old-street, Finsbury, was sentenced to three months' imprisonment
May 20, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
' Irish'—But True

' Irish'—But True

That, from a Scot, sounds Irish. But he says it is true and adds: " When Peter is Crabbit ' to use a good Scoord, he knows that he is as fit as a fiddle. " And P e r has been crabbit ' since Saturday
May 20, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
No room for slackers, says Archbishop

No room for slackers, says Archbishop

IN a nation which is I- struggling for survival there is no room for the slacker, said Dr. Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York, yesterday, when he made a call for self-sacrifice and restraint from all classes in the " limitation of profits as well as of wages:" Dr. Garbett, V who
May 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Around the scoreboards

Around the scoreboards

CAMBRIDGE U. v. INDIA. At WARWICK v. GLAMORGAN. Cambridge. India 265 for 7 At Birmingham. Warwick 146 tßamchand 134). for 2 (Gardner not 92). OXFORD U. v. LANCS. At YORKS v. SOMERSET. At Oxford. Oxford 174 for B Huddersfield. Yorks 235 for 2 (Boolabyer 76) (Hutton 119, Lows , on
May 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Twice round the lawn and look out for the rose beds ! The Cartwheel Smiths they call us—Mr. and Mrs.

Twice round the lawn and look out for the rose beds ! The Cartwheel Smiths they call us—Mr. and Mrs.

Cartwheel and young Fairycyclewheel, the light of our life ! What keeps us cartwheeling fit? Ryvita, Ryvita, Ryvita. The energy-packed wholemeal rye crispbread that puts the zing of health into every meal. Munchy, crunchy Ryvita that helps you really enjoy health. Keep slim I DI
May 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GATES' AND HE

GATES' AND HE

Scotland Yard checked up on their criminal records and by a mole on his face Carasov's picture was picked out in the " Rogues' Gallery." His description was circulated and soon he was arrested at Midhurst, Sussex, where in daylight he
May 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INDUSTRIAL BRANCH

INDUSTRIAL BRANCH

90% of the distributed profits has been allocated to policyholders giving a Reversionary Bonus of I 6s. per cent. PAYMENTS TO POLICYHOLDERS IN 1951 £48,000,000 INCREASE IN OR RESERVES R POLI CYHOLD ERS 134,000,000 For oil your insurance needs Ask the man from the Prudential THE
May 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England