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November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ILERS LAY A KE SCREEN 11DER BATTLE

ILERS LAY A KE SCREEN 11DER BATTLE

n the alleged ers and Customs has now turned all-out shooting which the tactics obvious mark or military train- smoke bombs were a firi- tish Army type. There was another border incident last night, at Prim, in Germany, Customs men fired thirty bullets at a car carrying coffee.
November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWBURy_

NEWBURy_

I.O.—VingTVWC (F. Winter, evens f), 1; Ross Burn (7-2), 2; Desert Smiles (100-8), 3. 7 ran. 2 1, 3. Tote: 3/5; 2/6, 2/11; forecast 7/4. 1.30.411 osenka valier (H. Sprague, 8-1), 1; Mac Gin (8-1), 2; Chung GUng (4-1), 3. 15 ran. (Straight Ciit 7-4 C.) 1 I, 2. Tote: 17/9: 7/-, 10/
November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FLOODLIGHT GAMES?--THEI LEAVE ME COLD!

FLOODLIGHT GAMES?--THEI LEAVE ME COLD!

FLOODLIT football ha s established itself as a most attractive addition to the sporting menu—but it will never be more than a palatable extra. Bitterly cold winter nights will see to that ! At the moment it is a novelty. Floodlit games are being well patronised. Not surprisingly
November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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; A i gwe Me Here's the most acceptable of all dainty gifts—glamorous Bear Brand Superfine Stockings, packed in delightful

; A i gwe Me Here's the most acceptable of all dainty gifts—glamorous Bear Brand Superfine Stockings, packed in delightful

new g ift boxes portraying popular ballets. . * There's a :wonderful selection to choose . from: Bear Brand Fine Gauge Nylons in 15 and 3o denier weights; Sheer Pure Silks; and Pure Silk and Rayon Mixtures. Prices from 3r to t2/ii. 4
November 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

November 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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MAU MAU, the pronunciation of which started as a bet for a fiver in a pub after a tremendous argument in which sounds a bit of a joke, is fast becoming his honesty, his physical stamina and incidents given his parents were questioned. = one of the most horrible in British In the
November 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

November 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR Mr. Peel's Coat From Mr. JOHN PEEL, Lowther, Penrith (Cumberland): May I, John Peels greatgreat-grandson, say that John

DAILY MIRROR Mr. Peel's Coat From Mr. JOHN PEEL, Lowther, Penrith (Cumberland): May I, John Peels greatgreat-grandson, say that John

Peel's coat was GREY, not gay, as is found in some versions; it was made of hodden grey from the wool of local sheep, and there are several authentic paintings showing this. Incidentally, he " lived at Coldbeck once on a day," not Troutbeck, as is often sung. He lived at Coldbec
November 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England