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December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MINISTRY ACT IN SCANDAL OF OPEN-AIR SCHOOLS

MINISTRY ACT IN SCANDAL OF OPEN-AIR SCHOOLS

WITHIN twenty-four hours of the publication of a report by the Ministry of Education, steps were being taken yesterday to end some of the scandalous conditions in Britain's " open-air " schools. Delicate children at some of the schools are to have greater protection from the win
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Change in Opinion

Change in Opinion

Some were blaming the Ministry of Education for the situation. And it is a change in top-level medical opinion at the Ministry that has resulted in steps being taken to protect delicate children from the wind and rain. " The band-stand type of classroom with its open sides will
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Four to be hanged on the portable gallows

Four to be hanged on the portable gallows

FOUR Africans found guilty of Mau Mau murders will be hanged on Saturday on a portable gallows erected in the yard of Thomson's Falls Prison, Kenya, Reuter reported last night. These will be the first executions of terrorists since the crisis began. The gallows are hidden by a 2
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Big From JANE Wor thing-on-' HOWARD, 'rytn, Bris- Commercial . Here is Mr. T. WILLIAMS, of Hammersmith (London): No wonder

Big From JANE Wor thing-on-' HOWARD, 'rytn, Bris- Commercial . Here is Mr. T. WILLIAMS, of Hammersmith (London): No wonder

the 8.8. C. don't want Commercial Radio programmes. They are getting away with murder. I believe you lads could do better stuff. . . We couldn't Not to keep it up eighteen hours a day But we agree the programmes get steadily more and more dreary. Now as regards commercial radio.
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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I ASK FOR MURDER VERDICT... `Bentley knew about gun'

I ASK FOR MURDER VERDICT... `Bentley knew about gun'

Continued from Page 5 he said, " Look out, Chris, they are taking me away" ? Bentley replied: "He might have hit anybody. He might have shot me." The Lord Chief Justice shifted round in his chair so that he was facing Bentley in the box, and said: " You mean you were thinking on
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Terrific Shot

Terrific Shot

Sure enough, Dyke was involved in all three of Finchley's goals. After thirty minutes, he was obstructed by Scott eight yards from goal: nine Palace players lined up Under the bar. Jock Milne tapped the freekick to George Robb. who blasted the ball into the net Half an hour late
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Just light up and BREATHE! it's a great remed' ASTHMA IS UNQUESTIONABLY a matter for your doctor's skilled attention. But you can yourself help to cope with the distressing symptoms by using Potter's Asthma Remedy. This well-vouched-for method of inhaling gentle healing vapours b
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
His arm on her shoulder EX -KING Farouk, of. Egypt, puts his arm round the shoulders of ex-Q ue en

His arm on her shoulder EX -KING Farouk, of. Egypt, puts his arm round the shoulders of ex-Q ue en

Narriman, while they talk to conductor Vincenzo Bellezza between acts at the opera, in Rome. The opera was Verdi's " Simon Boccanegra." WIFE SHOT DEAD, HUSBAND WOUNDED Surgeons were last night fighting for the life of Mr, Bruce Sinclair, 55, ex-South African Navy officer, who wa
December 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREGORY Pitt

GREGORY Pitt

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December 24, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England