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three weeks' rent, it may take up to TWO MONTHS before the bailiff appears. After the statement had been issued, Dr. A. Campbell, an Accrington alderman who was present at the committee meeting where the proposal was mad e, told the Daily Mirror: " There was certainly no impress
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 4 DAILY MIRROR, Friday, September 17, 1954 Gregory is * HIS is a war film. There are b ecausehohas

PAGE 4 DAILY MIRROR, Friday, September 17, 1954 Gregory is * HIS is a war film. There are b ecausehohas

mock heroics and d tu ere is precious lost the will was t: 1 1 1 1;i e v c 1 in o a But when raid on Lonwhen his plane te crashes rriiory inte is J ap ;e o r cfup i e ed little light relief. In by a Burmese girl to make fact there isn't even aid3eorwilnouos jond i.: ,i r s n l e
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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There's a lifetime of better sleep in a Slumberland. Look for the Slumberland label—it's your guarantee. SHOWROOMS-LONDON: CONDUIT ST • WA BIRMINORAM : REDFERN RD • TYSELEY
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE DUG GRAVE T TRIED TO KILL GIR But Stannard had lied YOUTH dug a and his parents, said the

HE DUG GRAVE T TRIED TO KILL GIR But Stannard had lied YOUTH dug a and his parents, said the

Barbara, w . ho was sixteen m ab i ? . u p t i h av is eil s . ister . going . , said grave a prosecution at Witham I .(Essex). Mr. A. G. Flavell, prose- last month cuting, said that Stan- On the holiday, wood, then took a Anthuipy slept in one part of the caravan and Stan- The
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TELEVISION

TELEVISION

3.15 City of Silent Men. 5.0 Children: Swimming Lessons; The Cisco Kid. 7.30 News and Newsreel. 7.55 The Grove Family. 8.15 Mantovani and his New Music. 8.45 National Swimming and Diving Championships. 9.30 Time for Dancing. 10.15 The Necklace. 10.30 News. HOME gence. 9.0 School
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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PROBABLES, JOCKEYS AT HAYDOCK

PROBABLES, JOCKEYS AT HAYDOCK

Tote Double: 3.15 and 4.15 races. 2.IS — WEST LANCASHIRE HANDICAP. £5OO. lm 332 Capsize (Sneyd). 6-8-2 030 Taffeta (Binnie). 5-7-11 241 Society's Way (Dent), 4-7-11 224 Joe's Flyer (J. E. Davis). 5-7-7 Packham 344 A. 5 (Dent). 5-7-2 430 Frigate Coming (Shedden). 5-7-0 Mirror Bet
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY'RE IN OF COURSE!

THEY'RE IN OF COURSE!

you can't keep the old 'uns down ! With just thirteen days to go before the closing date for entries in the 1954-5 " Daily Mirror " National Table Tennis Tournament, we find Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Course, of Basingstoke, having another tilt at a title. Ken, 47, who runs his own pr
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TODAY'S DIARY

TODAY'S DIARY

Tennis.—C ' Tournament. Bard Court Motor-cycling..,Scarborough International Road Races. Bowls.—Broadstairs Golf. —R. and A. Jubilee Vase, St. Andrews; West of Scotland Women's Championship. Speedway.—Ngional League (Div. II): Ipswich v. Exeter (7.30), Bristol v. Oxford (7.45),
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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BRIGHTON: Going good . 2.0.-KLONDYKB (H. M. Jones. 2-1 jf). 1; Greenbatt (8-1). 2: Enzekav (2-1 jf), 3. 7 ran. 11 1. 2. Also: 6 Keyhole Kate. 8 Can Allow, Pat-a-Cake. 20 Tan Royal. (Wootton, Epsom.) Tote: 6/6; 4/11 13/4. Forecast 99/2. 2.30.-BLUE BEAM (A. BreasleY. 5-1). 1; Spat
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YARMOUTH: Going good.

YARMOUTH: Going good.

2.30.--LADY X (C. Gaston, 5-2 1: Winter's Journey (4-1). 2: Stumer (7-2), 3. 5 ran. 4 1, same. Also: 9-2 French Widow. 5 Nelly's Error. (R. A. Jones. Newmarket.) Tote: 6/3; forecast 38/3. 3.O.—SLEIGHT OF HAND (S. Millbanks, 10-1). 1: Fresh Fields (11-4), 2; Martial Flame (5-1).
September 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England