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EACH YEAR SCHOOL BREAKS UP -IN PIECES

EACH YEAR SCHOOL BREAKS UP -IN PIECES

SLIM, dark-haired Rachel Davies, 35, is used to snakes, crocodiles an d screeching parrots. And she is used to hurricanes, too. For every year, in the little island of Bunana, in the Solomons, where she has been a nursing and teaching missionary, hurricanes tear down the school
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TELECHAT . . . by CLIFFORD DAVIS good TV— Ask V HEN Wilfred Pickles came back to the wrote it

TELECHAT . . . by CLIFFORD DAVIS good TV— Ask V HEN Wilfred Pickles came back to the wrote it

off as just a waste of screen last week with the ickles viewing time. first of his new winter Drama chi e programmes, he pro ve d Michael Bar r y once more that he really 100 k s on lan understands what TV is all the most popular series on Dallas, who wrote it, as a about. TV. s
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH

SCOTTISH

11.20 Schools. 11.35 Schools. 2.40 Schools. 5.30 Children. 6.15 News, spo r t. 6.35 Dance Band,
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WEST

WEST

12.0 Recital. 6.15 News. 6.30 Choir. 7.0 Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TODAY'S DIARY

TODAY'S DIARY

BOX INC.—Wally Beckett v. Ron Ouncombe. Epsom Baths; Terry Ratcli_ffe V. Peter King, Bristol;T' JohnnMann v. Charlie Page. Gt. Yarmouth; Abe Quartey (Gold Coast) v. Tony Lord ( A shtonunder-Lyme). LAWN TENNlS. —British covered courts championship. Queen's Club
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN

DOWN

1, Squash: 2, Flower; 3. Thin layer; 4, Forward; 5, Stand; 6, Angry; 7, Silence; 8, Exhgusted; 12, Two; 14, Floor covering; 18, Enclosure; 19, Relation; 20, Town; 21, Mountains; 22, Sugar coating; 23, Prosecute; 24, Malice; 25, Regulated; 26, Jam; 28, Canvas; 30, Meadow.
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Unhappy Day

Unhappy Day

A third goal by outside right Frank Haslett, made it an unhappy day for the League champions. Glentoran fans are happy again. They saw a back-to-form Sammy Hughes collect a hat-trick in the 6-1 rout of Ballymena United at the Oval.
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
They want a disciplinarian I RMINGHAM chair- weekend. " After all, there axial]. the sergeant-major man Bill Morris will are

They want a disciplinarian I RMINGHAM chair- weekend. " After all, there axial]. the sergeant-major man Bill Morris will are

several good managers type who can handle and be in charge of team sel- available and we expect control players and men, ection until a successor to to make an appointment r rather than a tactician. Bob Brocklebank as man- within two or three Harry Storer, formerly ager is appoi
October 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Queen picks these stars, too

The Queen picks these stars, too

'DAILY MIRROR' REPORTER FOUR of the stars of the Daily Mirror Disc Festival have been chosen by the Queen for the Royal Variety Show Et the London Palladium n November 1. They re: Trumpeter EDD I E CALVERT. Band leader TED HEATH. Singers DICKIE VALENTINE and DAVID WHITFIELD. Six
October 12, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England