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THE BETTING IS TO ON IKE

THE BETTING IS TO ON IKE

rjIHE Prettiest Wife in Westminster is now the Prettiest Mother ther m Westminster. Here she is—American-born Mrs. Janet Prettiest Mo Beamish, 26, wife of Major T. Beamish, M.P. for Lewes (Sussex) — with her daughter Claudia. The baby, born nearly three months in Westmm •ster ag
November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
And Wall-st. celebrates before it happens

And Wall-st. celebrates before it happens

AMERICA'S bitterest-ever Presidential election campaign ended tonight with big betting men putting the odds at six to five on "an Eisenhower victory. the " undecided." Most newspaper predictions, too, are that Ike will be elected President tomorrow by a narrow margin. On Wall-st
November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
,iesday, November 4, 1952

,iesday, November 4, 1952

November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Justice was not blind to Joyce WHEN a man had been fined 10s. after being arrested for his own safety

Justice was not blind to Joyce WHEN a man had been fined 10s. after being arrested for his own safety

" by Policewoman Joyce Edwards, the chairman of the Bench said at Liverpool yesterday: " A colleague suggests that it would be a pleasure to be 'taken in' by such an attractive police officer." And the prosecutor said: " Or taken out, for that matter." " - Q ui t e," said the ch
November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Maid was two men,

Maid was two men,

T WO men who were alleged to have gagged a maid with sticking plaster were yesterday remanded in custody for a week at Highgate (London) accused of robbery with violence. They were Michael Balfour, 37, of no fixed address, and Richard Stanley Read, 24, a marine store dealer, of
November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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The thief showed the way Tw° policemen standing outside Chesterfield football club's offices suddenly noticed water flowing under the door.

The thief showed the way Tw° policemen standing outside Chesterfield football club's offices suddenly noticed water flowing under the door.

They followed the trail of water through the building to the club's strongroom, where they found a man sawing through the safe with a hacksaw. They gave chase, but the safe cracker escaped across the playing pitch. REASON FOR THE WATER: In trying to blow a hole in the safe the m
November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I 'rove it yourself

I 'rove it yourself

ats any other can buy! :rsil oxygen bubbles ! Jeep they go easing other washing powder 's why Persil washes shes cleaner! Boil or it beats the lot! KIND TO HANDS! Persil's lather is gentleness itself! That's why Persil is kind to ALL your wash and to your hands! Prove how Persil
November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KETEERS WITH FRESH

KETEERS WITH FRESH

FACES. IF WE LOSE, SO WHAT!
November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ISSUED EY H.M. GOVERNMENT

ISSUED EY H.M. GOVERNMENT

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November 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England