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PAGE 6 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 2, 1954 a wonderful new book all about CURTAIN STYLING Photos of beautiful curtain

PAGE 6 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 2, 1954 a wonderful new book all about CURTAIN STYLING Photos of beautiful curtain

schemes for every room. Materials and how to choose them. vw to measure • new curtains. * Making-up ; matching * Curtain suspension ; patterns ; frills, val- how to open and close antes, etc. curtains easily. This is a " book of the year "; it is quite free, and it tells you all
March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
She can afford to laugh I I

She can afford to laugh I I

March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH

SCOTTISH

9.35 Service. 11.20 Schools. 2.40 Schools. 3.45 Gaelic Service. 5.0 Children. 6.15 News, Spo r t. 6.35 Music for You. 7.0 Me and the Doctor. 7.45 Teddy Johnson. 8.5 The Guid Scot s Tongue. 9.45 Organ. 10.15 Evelyn Campbell, soprano. 10.30 Sgeul Thar Chuain. WELSH 8.15 Gwraig y T
March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Monday, March 15, 1954 PAGE 9 • • • • THE BEAR WHO FOUND A BOAT IN HIS

DAILY MIRROR, Monday, March 15, 1954 PAGE 9 • • • • THE BEAR WHO FOUND A BOAT IN HIS

BATH ...,..,..„. • I 7 3 . • V? • ....,... • • • • • • . • .1 'N. • • 4 ' Shousewives warned yes- THIN MAN , guard their .s from the eek, he has WITH TIN nty houses in Manchester. OPENER • .. ........... • • Thin Man is . • e tears pave- s from their IS METER leds, squeezes • le
March 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He borrowed my

He borrowed my

says 'Silent Farm' witness ber 16. The prosecution allege that a hammer such as Harries borrowed could have caused their deaths. Stanley Ronald Harding, a Daily Mirror photographer, said he was at Cadno Farm on November 16. Harries seemed agitated and worried. Cross-examined, he
March 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Swop your

Swop your

ONALD MOORES, twenty-nine-year-Aw old assistant treasurer of the Midhurst (Sussex) Rural District Council, has a brainwave—to help council house tenants who want to swop homes. He aims to cut down the house-hunting nightmare of people who have to move to other towns. With Jack O
March 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
. DAILY MIRROR, Thursday. March 11. 1954 PAGE 7 WILLIE SUTTON —'Crime doesn't pay' locked against you," the " Doc

. DAILY MIRROR, Thursday. March 11. 1954 PAGE 7 WILLIE SUTTON —'Crime doesn't pay' locked against you," the " Doc

" told twenty-one, when she visited him in his quick-learning apprentice. prison. Sutton says ; By golly he was He sighs over the string of wome right." who loved him; swears that since hill last break he went " straight." SUTTON claims he found the I believe he has written this
March 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RACECARD

RACECARD

300 Bangor Bridge, 8-12-0 P. Brookshaw 0-04 Paul Pry, 10-12-0 .. T. Edgar Treacle Tart, 7-12-0 R. Emerson 3-00 Off Chance 11, 13-12-0 O'Connell 000- piNton,_6-12-.0. 21-0 Happy Morn 11, 7-12-0 Mullins Highland Lover, 7-12-0 o G. Jones 20-0 Signal Call 11, 8-12-0 R. Bowen 040- Ti
March 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TRAINERS TO FOLLOW

TRAINERS TO FOLLOW

N. CrumP, W. Hall 13, W. Dutton. R. Renton 5, G. Vergette, C. Walker 4. G. Balding, L. Elwell, J. Fawcus, D. Machin, A. Vasey 3 each. WARWICK COURSE WINNERS 2.o.—Square Sugar. 2.3o.—Kid Berg. 3.o.—Boddington Hill, Jury Star. 3.3o.—Bonnie Scotland. BEATEN FAVOURITES 2.o.—Caribou,
March 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Names Given

Names Given

The questions were pertinent enough. coming from districts represented by the IYl,P,s—full names and addresses were given of those who had asked them. They dealt with farming, food prices, Service overseas, rearmament. wage claims and so forth. Mr. Eden—clasping and unclasping h
March 26, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England