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THE PEOPLE. SUNDAY. DECE.NRER 28. /932-PAGE 3 "You couldn't do better than you did on that last job, Barlow. I

THE PEOPLE. SUNDAY. DECE.NRER 28. /932-PAGE 3 "You couldn't do better than you did on that last job, Barlow. I

knew you had the necessary experience, but the energy and drive you showed was really remarkable." " You care thank Phylksan for that, sir." I have been taking it for some tine.* "What exactly do you mean by •fortifies the over-forties' ?" " I mean that Phyllosan has increased m
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
PHYLLOSAN

PHYLLOSAN

fortifies the over-forties by restoring digestive and metabolic tone strengthening the nerves and increasing energy Of 41 damion, 6/-, NEW 12 6 SIZIL and 3214
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
THE WONDERS (vhv) AROUND US!

THE WONDERS (vhv) AROUND US!

THE WONDERS (v h v) AROUND US! HAVING looked back into the past, let's now take a look at what the scientists prodict the future may hold for us five.... ten....25....50 years from now. In 5 years • • • WORKMEN in the steel industry will have given up the use of sharp-edged cutti
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
TOP TUNES OF THE YEAR

TOP TUNES OF THE YEAR

Mr Gunton paid the money a second time, but the solicitor— Kenneth Stanley Gain, of London —was soon afterwards sentenced to three years' for fraud. "My affairs were left in an awful mess," Mr. Gunton said. He tried hard to scotch the rumour that he was plunging into financial d
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
CAN YOU BEAT THESE 66?

CAN YOU BEAT THESE 66?

REFILL the glasses, Mabel. A toast to all footballers—good, bad and indifferent. A toast, even, to the shamateurs—and to the rulers of the Football Association who seem to regard them so kindly This. after all is SUPPOSED to be the season of good will to, all men—though you woul
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
2 110TMENNAII ...ft/ 0

2 110TMENNAII ...ft/ 0

h. Walton •EVENTON .—....() LINCOLN () -- NOLL °true Moore 22 189 LEEDS (1) 2 LUTON W 2 .e 4 Lang.ey Pemtlez tun. Pys 11.500 LEICESTER (1) 2 BLACKBURN --NW 1 Ur.lll hs. H.nta Bram 82.108 NOTTS C (1) 1 WEST NAM IS) 1 guru A. s , ,n (pen 1 x 4 .181 MUMS (1) 2 SINMINSNASI (1) 1 'Ar
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
DID DESERVE

DID DESERVE

choose between the defences there was a vast dillerenoe between the forwards. Playing with far better understanding than the home men the Gillingham forwards wer always a dsnger In the goal area. The Walsall attack, with the -• the last 15 minutes of showed any Xt:ept Intl C toh
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
FREE FREE SPECIAL OFFER " L NI 0 " Trig NON-FLAKING PAINT (Warn& Eisteprial) I "LEMO - even *OWE over

FREE FREE SPECIAL OFFER " L NI 0 " Trig NON-FLAKING PAINT (Warn& Eisteprial) I "LEMO - even *OWE over

LIME WASH CAleurs: Cream, Wide. Rue fhat,n TRIAL Seed TIN Nit DEVON PAINTS LTD. Cowereas Paine Co .1 Dept. Is, BARIIIISTAPLII. DIVOM
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND THE 00

QUEEN ELIZABETH AND THE 00

- • TH E facts are quite simple. Mrs. James Lambert who lives in the E American state of Colo- E rado, went into hospital to have her baby. It duly arrived and so did an emergency case in the next bed. Mrs. Lambert looked across to find it was her mother. Mrs. Richard Cornwell.
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England
 
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Fill the Gap IN this week's word puzzle set by H. C. G. Stevens you have to find words meaning (a) to strip, (h) a particle, (c) a timber tree, and Id) pasture. Place each entire word somewhere inside the following groups of letters(a) into (a) and (b) into lb). etc.—so as to fo
December 28, 1952 - The People - London, London, England