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TICKETS

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gloved thieves—no fingerprints were found—entered the club to steal money taken when 15,000 Cup tickets were sold on Saturday. But it had been banked. understand that the club will receive fresh allocation of tickets to replace those stolen._ The police are likely to allow this
March 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
frEIHE parents of a boy Arthur Anderton, whose found dead after a son DAVID. 8. was found four - day

frEIHE parents of a boy Arthur Anderton, whose found dead after a son DAVID. 8. was found four - day

search in dead near his home. They travelled twelve Dece m b e r yesterday miles from their home in joined the search for an- Swinton, Lancs, to join a BLUE other boy of the same se ALAN rI lAnd2e'rni,Pelolp l emissnamewho has been ing "Boy Blue " from Hor- blue raincoat when he
March 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Princess goes to church

The Princess goes to church

ARRIVING for the morning service at Binfield village church, near Windsor, Berks, yesterday, are Princess Margaret and Mrs. John Wills. a cousin of the Princess. The Princesshere wearing a steel-grey coat and dark velvet hat —was spending the weekend with Mrs. Wills and her husb
March 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CASSANDRA HE REM LAG

CASSANDRA HE REM LAG

AB 0U T thirty years ago, Fleetstreet and Chancery-lane were made more colourful than they are today by r the spectacle of a Iwild Irishman wearing a vast sombrero, a bright red tie and carrying a fowling piece under his arm. His name was Jim Connell and, equal proportions, with
March 10, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`But he tired of her'

`But he tired of her'

the marriage he wrote to his wife: " It appals me to realise that once again I have made a ghastly mistake, but I cannot live with you." `The Plain Truth' The commissioner said : " The plain truth is that he was bored with his young wife and, being a man who only considered hims
March 10, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Civil war inside the French Communist Party is an event of great importance far outside that party. For the Communists, with 5,000,000 voters behind them, are the biggest single group in the French House of Commons; they are the reason for the perpetual paralysis of Paris politi
March 10, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
building was examined. Adelaide, South Austral: DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, March 10, 1954 PAGE NEIGHBOURS used to —had become stiller than

building was examined. Adelaide, South Austral: DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, March 10, 1954 PAGE NEIGHBOURS used to —had become stiller than

from the bathroom gey- • .......... • • call No. 31—a red- ever this week. No smoke ser. •.•.•• • • • • • • brick villa with curtain- drifted from the chimney. In one bedroom Mrs. draped win d o w s—the On the front door was a Jeanette Kathleen Stone, Silent House." Now it note:
March 10, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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FR.9.0 MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS COPIES of Daily Mirror Photos OMESICK BRITONS need the Bin. x 6in. cost 4/-. Write " Overseas Daily Mirror and Photosales Dept. Sunday Pictorial." (4.o Asi x
March 10, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 10, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE POOLS SURRENDER

THE POOLS SURRENDER

WELL, congratulations ! The Pools have seen sense at last. They are not going to oppose the amended Pool Betting Bill. When the Bill becomes law their annual profit and loss accounts will go to the local authority's accountant and their annual statement will go to the public. Th
March 13, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England