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USELESS EUSTACE

USELESS EUSTACE

".About this shopping list—what makes you think we've suddenly come into money ? " DOROTHY GORDON is proud of her elan name—although she has never seen the Highlands. Talent scouts found her in America's deep South and whisked her off to Hollywood. Now she is making her first fi
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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MADE BY ADDIS LIMITED, BRUSHWORES, Don't say lamps' — say ARE you cleaning your teeth with a worn-out .11 E . ill' le toothbrush? Most people are, without noticing it. Look carefully at your toothbrush tonight. If it's worn, get a new one, ftoeretthheansadksemoifle your et the /
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EPH SMITH'S

EPH SMITH'S

NEWMARKET: Going good I.O.—PELOTA (J. Terry. 4-1), I; Shoeshine (6-1). 2; Brockdalo (20-1). 3. 10 ran. 3 1, 2. Also: 5-2 1 Admiral Louis, 11-2 Kobloo, 10 Picayune. 100-8 Gay Vixen. My Duchess. 100-7 Tapio, 20 Cairoduff. (G. Todd, Manton.) Tote: 8/8: 4/2. 4/7, 37/9. I.3O.—SHUBRA
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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0t.tc....1‘..:.:1;:. Though not " money for jam " the National Hunt game offers better opportunities for picking up a little cash. Turkish Tally, making a first appearance this season at Towcester, " blew up " approaching the last flight and will have benefited from the outing. B
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HEARING

HEARING

By JIMMY STEVENSON if the player was willing to move. When Joe arrived in Glasgow last night he told me he was impressed with the prospect of joining the English League champions. Wolverhampton are not in Glasgow solely on the Baillie business. They may make an even bigger splas
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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BRITISH WIN

BRITISH WIN

Britain beat Belgium 1-0 yesterday in a women's hockey match in Brussels. ter-lane, London, E.C.4.—Saturday, October 30. 1954. Tel. Holborn 4321.
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STILL LOY YOU HERM SHE SAI

STILL LOY YOU HERM SHE SAI

HERBERT Woolford, 38, told a court yesterday that he and his friend, Patricia Woodman, 20, had been arguing for ten minutes as they drove along in his car. Then, Woolford added, at Gloucester Assizes, Miss Woodman put her d arms round his neck and said: " Herbie, I still love yo
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NORTH

NORTH

6.15 News. 7.0 Variety. 7.30 Gardeners' Question Time. 8.0 Queen Visits Tyneside. 8.15 Letter from America. 9.45 Records 9.55 Talk
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mirror

Mirror

7 * peopleO ?e lci ckagt r in y e, London, block of flats .have clubbed • together to plant a bed of roses in memory of their RENT WOMAN, who _ died recently. I .BRIEF Fllllllllllllll Printed and Published by the DAILY MIRROR NEWSPAPERS, Ltd.. at Geraldine Rouse, Rolls Eldgs., F
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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were convinced that science is wrong and that they have their own babies. Both the babies are boys. For two weeks the mothers happily fed the babies in different wards of Forest Gate Hospital, London. The night before Mrs. Read was to be discharged a nursing sister noticed that
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England