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FORWARD WITH THE PEOPLE 2 No. 15,833 + + + They quit jobs, left their homes, but—
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOO SMUG BY HALF

TOO SMUG BY HALF

THE great fortnight of Party conferences is over. For LABOUR it has meant five days of tremendous discussion with dramatic clashes of personalities and opinions. It has revealed a Party brimful of life though a little below par in solidarity. For the TORIES it has meant three da
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Strain Grows

Strain Grows

And the strain on teachers is increasing. Too often primary school teachers are judged by the number of eleven-year-olds who gain places in grammar schools. The failure of " our Johnnie" to obtain a place can lead to unpleasant scenes between parent and teacher, with the teacher
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Monday, October 11, 1954 PAGE 13 Why waste money on this .. when you can buy this? This

DAILY MIRROR, Monday, October 11, 1954 PAGE 13 Why waste money on this .. when you can buy this? This

PYJAMA SUIT was made up from two separate pieces of the same cotton fabric. One was untreated against shrinkage; the other " Rigmel"-Shrunk. The result? A dif- ference of two full inches after one wash! No This is the "Rigmel" wonder you're more comfortable if you label—it tells
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TURK'S BLOOD HAS THE FORM

TURK'S BLOOD HAS THE FORM

UEEN'S BEECHES, origin al favourite for the Cambridgehire, put up another smart winning erformance at Ascot on Saturday. As a result she will probably advance to second favouritism for the big race when the Autumn Double cards are called over at noon today. She has improved to s
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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ACROSS

ACROSS

1, Embrace; 5, Small branches; 9, Pure; 10, Knock; 11, Say 13, Likeness; 15, Charming; 16, Prompt; 17, Animal; 18, Strong; 20, Bo y 21, Concord; 24, Simmer; 27. Slice; 28, Flavouring: 29, Strange; 31, Pointed; 32. Name: 33, Cream; 34, Wise men; 35, Shelf.
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WOMAN SET DOG ON A BAILIFF

WOMAN SET DOG ON A BAILIFF

A housewife was said at Birmingham yesterday to have set her Alsatian dog on a county court bailiff who had called with a warrant for her husband. The woman, Mrs. Winifred Parkes, 48, of Gladstone-road, Sp a r k brook, Birmingham, was fined £4 for assaulting the bailiff, Joseph
October 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WARNING

WARNING

r escafe gale 100% PURE COFFEE-DISSOLVES INSTANTLY 1 FUR COFFEE Nescafe is all coffee—made from a grand blend of fresh-roasted fresh-ground beans—prepared to 4 retain its tempting smell and taste until the touch of piping hot water releases them right in the cup! Milk and sugar
October 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England