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Top-pop' men set a problem

Top-pop' men set a problem

" Daily Mirror " Reporter they are getting on in XTEWEST problem for years, an expert said the road safety ex- yesterday._ perts is none other than middle-aged Dad—riding a " pop-pop," or m o t o rassisted cycle. Scientists at the Government Road Research Laboratory at Langley,
January 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A SHY HERO IS TOLD 'THANKS'

A SHY HERO IS TOLD 'THANKS'

A SHY, seventeenyear-old schoolboy hero described yesterday how he tried to save another boy, of the same age, from drowning. Quietly, and in a halting voice, the schoolboy, lan Hunter, of Suttonroad, Heston (Middlesex), said: " I went towards him, and he grabbed me very tightly
January 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FILM FANS

FILM FANS

attended more frequently than those in the South. Attendance figures in the North averaged thirtysix a year as against twenty-four in the South.
January 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHILBLAINS

CHILBLAINS

'Endosmotic' action rapidly relieves irritation—soon disperses swelling and TIERS is a treatment, proved by thousands, that checks the irritation almost at once, and often clears Chilblains completely in 3-4 days Simply soak cotton-wool in T.C.P. and apply it thoroughly for seve
January 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE CRITICISED

HE CRITICISED

A WIFE whose husband crit icised her cooking, was refused a judicial separation yesterday. Mr. Justice Barnard, in the London Divorce Court, said: " The criticism may have been very irritating to the wife, but I am not at all satisfied that it was done with any nasty intent." 11
January 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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A CHILD CRIED AT NIG

A CHILD CRIED AT NIG

A MOTHER lost her temper when her five-months-old daughter woke crying in the night, a court was told yesterday. And the mother, Margaret Rose Walker, 20, snatched the child's arm, and it broke, it was stated at Kineton (Warwickshire). Walker, of - Middleton close, Ty s o'e (War
January 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 10 ':DAILY MIRROR, Thursday, January 28. 1954 i m A c LE AN.wHITE TEETH THE TOP 12 HAVE SPOKEN

PAGE 10 ':DAILY MIRROR, Thursday, January 28. 1954 i m A c LE AN.wHITE TEETH THE TOP 12 HAVE SPOKEN

AND IT ALL ADDS UP TO THE . . . • HOW will the smart girl look in the spring ? She will really have that feminine ARE HEALTHY TEETH look—that fluttering, want-to-be-pro- ' I, tected-and-cuddled-look. • That is the view of Lon- don's Top Twelve fashion designers whose dress shows
January 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Don't name

Don't name

Y OUR article " Name the Cowards," about the courts-martial for cowar- cowar d s dice in Korea, was a disgrace. It is surely punishment enough for a man to know he has let down his mates at a time of crisis. To plaster his name over the papers would be going too far.—(Mrs.) G. D
January 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JOHN PARKER

JOHN PARKER

Relegation gives 'golden club' Sunderland the jitters DAILY MIRROR, Saturday, January 9, 1954 PAGE 11 SPORT IN BRIEF HARTWIGROSE WIN DOUBLES MERVYN ROSE and Rex Hartwig won the South Australian lawn tennis doubles final yesterday when they scored an unexpected victory over Lewis
January 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PACK IT UP NOW

PACK IT UP NOW

Pity he didn't put her across his knee. Somebody should stop her from saying things like this : " Other women have boy friends lasting perhaps six months. But I marry the moment I like somebody. . . ." If Shelley or Zsa Zsa ever get tired of it all, there are three other people
January 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England