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IN BRIEF—

IN BRIEF—

PRICE OF DRIPPING goes from Sid. to Hid. a pound, under new Pood Ministry order♦ 21i<0. was the weight of a cod caught Mr lohn Olbv oil Ramsgate ♦ DOG OWNERS will De given road-safety lessons in a school the National Canine Defence League will open near London • ♦ ADMIRAL Viscou
December 6, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE SCORED, SO KEEPS ARSENAL WAITING Peterborough 1, Yeovil AS a forward, It Is Tommy Rudkin's Job to score goals.

HE SCORED, SO KEEPS ARSENAL WAITING Peterborough 1, Yeovil AS a forward, It Is Tommy Rudkin's Job to score goals.

Yet the more he scores, the further he is liable to get from his big ambition. For Tommy, whose lone goal for Peterborough put Yeovil out of the Cup yesterday wants to play in League Soccer ... is. In fact, all fixed up to join Arsenal* On the condition that he stays with Peterb
December 6, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HORUCKS

HORUCKS

December 5, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Thursday, December 5. 1946

Thursday, December 5. 1946

December 5, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RAF MAN SUES GIRL OF II FOR' FALSE ARREST

RAF MAN SUES GIRL OF II FOR' FALSE ARREST

RAF MAN SUES GIRL II FOR' FALSE ARREST who found him sitting exhausted in the road, holding up traffic. He's now In the Zoos Pet* Corner, and feeling much better. Damages £2OO for fai®« Imprisonment and malicious prosecution were claimed RAP corporal from a girl of seventeen at M
December 5, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Thursday, December 5, 1946 The Missus Mrs PAT ELMER, Lavernock-road, Penarth, (Glam), sends us cutting. Here it is: SUPPOSE your

Thursday, December 5, 1946 The Missus Mrs PAT ELMER, Lavernock-road, Penarth, (Glam), sends us cutting. Here it is: SUPPOSE your

wife suddenly disappeared and O you decided to advertise for someone to do her Job Your classified announcement would read something like this; 'Woman wanted, to help house, eighteen-hour day, seven-day week, sleep in; must have knowledge of cooking, sewing, medicine, law. child
December 5, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Nonsense

Nonsense

rom Mrs. O. U. WILL COCK, Lansdawneplace, Plymouth Hue (Devon) I’m pretty certain that this won't published. It is with reference Dr. Fisher's pronouncement that a registrar's ceremonv of marriage Is unlikely to remind the couple of the serious step they are taking.’’ This nonse
December 5, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
UTE

UTE

EAKNEN saved Watford,
December 5, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
.. . AND THE MAGIC CARPET WENT ROUND AGAIN "WHY"... h

.. . AND THE MAGIC CARPET WENT ROUND AGAIN "WHY"... h

December 5, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARMS DISAGREEMENT

ARMS DISAGREEMENT

After talkinn for time on the landine stage the men fell in and marched up to the road- O Disarmaments S u t>- wav towards the landing stage had to cancel Its gates meeting in New York yesterday Military and civilian police because the drafting sub-com who saw them coming tried
December 11, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England