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WIN A PEN

WIN A PEN

CLUES ACROSS.-1, Fish; 3. He doesn't speak the truth; 5, Poke; 6, Meat from the pig; 7. Part of egg; 9, Everyone is called by this; 11, Kind of girl's belt; 12. What you eat; 13. End; 14, Finishes. CLUES DOWN. —l, He makes things from wood: 2. Where cars are left; 3. Title; 4. E
March 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
24 MARCH

24 MARCH

28 Ambass' Ct. 40 Magic C'cle 40 An Enig'tist 50 Melinda 14 Arctic Slave 100 Millionaire 66 Big Burs 10 Mons. lay 33 Br'ny Scot 16 Nahar 40 Capsize SO 20 Chas. M'ng 66 Oriental R. 33 Chivalry 20 Post. Path 14 Desert Way 18 R. Minstrel 12 Dumbarnie 22 Sailing Light 100 Epidote 66
March 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHITCOMB

WHITCOMB

make crystal sets (" You should see their faces when they first hear music on a set they've made—you'd think they had just invented wireless "). And the girls under Le Drew's care make cosmetics in chemistry class and take 'em home for Mum. " They've made lipsticks, nail varnish
March 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 9, 1954 PAGE 5 ET OF BLACK HARRY KILLS FIVE " DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER know about

DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 9, 1954 PAGE 5 ET OF BLACK HARRY KILLS FIVE " DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER know about

an old construction shaft that weakened the tunnel's structure. THE loss of a few old records in an airraid did not seem particularly important at the time. The records would have shown it, but because of the air-raid there were no records. The people who died were in three hous
March 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE fifteen yards of scrap cloth Frederick Boyle, 45, stole from the back of the lorry he was driving in

THE fifteen yards of scrap cloth Frederick Boyle, 45, stole from the back of the lorry he was driving in

September, 1951, were worth only ss. But for years he worried about it, and last week he went to the police at Huddersfield (Yorks) and confessed. beds. Later, he buried it Huddersfield ma g s- in his garden. trates were told yester- Boyle, employed by day that Boyle had said Br
March 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 6 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 9, 1954

PAGE 6 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 9, 1954

March 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO WIRE

NO WIRE

"What we are after is civvy street' in a Mediterranean setting. We don't want Dhekelia to look or sound, or even smell, like an Army camp. " We don't want wire, or huts, or tents." To develop that " civvy street " atmosphere, the planners also intend to have all the municipal se
March 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RIAN'S COURAGE TAK HIM TO SUCCE

RIAN'S COURAGE TAK HIM TO SUCCE

CLARK, 4f t. in. 6st. 21b. Lander, may be the midget ily Mirror National Table Tennis Tournament . . . but his heart is as big as the tournament itself. This dark, sunnynatured seventeen-year-old Luton f eather w eight, known affectionately to his pals as Nobby is a fighter thro
March 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIGHTING FINISH IS NOT ENOUGH

FIGHTING FINISH IS NOT ENOUGH

Rangers 3, Th. Lanark 2 cICOTLAND'S se 1 e ctors were at Ibrox yesterday to see how McLeod, Third. Lanark, and Young, Rangers, would fare in opposition in the third round Cup replay, writes Alec Young. However, when the team announcements were made Young was at centre half, leav
March 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England