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Your Prayers Are Asked"..^.°!. OR Joanie and her mother .. . For Win, a dear neighbour. .. . For young

Your Prayers Are Asked"..^.°!. OR Joanie and her mother .. . For Win, a dear neighbour. .. . For young

Wendy, after a nervous breakdown. . . . For Arthur.... For Heather. . . For Peter and E ll a, , For Stephen, the young policeman. . . . For Cathy, a schizophrenic. . . For young Paul, that a miracle may happen. . . . For my darling husband, that he may regain peace of mind. . Fo
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BACKING A

BACKING A

MIRROR, Friday, May 23, 1980
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The new Dodge 50 Series high capacity van reaches new heights in driver comfort and load carrying. Purpose designed for

The new Dodge 50 Series high capacity van reaches new heights in driver comfort and load carrying. Purpose designed for

stop/start deliveries, it has a high roof. So the driver can stand in the cab and walk into the load compartment.
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROUSE COULD STEP IN AGAIN

ROUSE COULD STEP IN AGAIN

TRAINER Peter Walwyn could be represented in the Oaks by Monday's Wolverhampton winner Rule Britannia, writes Charles Fawcus. That means that Brian Rouse could get his chance again on 1,000 Guineas winner Quick As Lightning. "Pat Eddery is my jockey and if I run Rule Britannia t
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR LATEST

SUNDAY MIRROR LATEST

Monty Court's revised selection Is AMORAK (4.00 Havdock).
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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~ i ,~ ~s'' .. iti..AN MINTER'S world the one he has dominated as undisputed middleweight boxing champion for two months—has changed rather dramatically since he won his title. Elderly ladies come UP 'to him for his autograph in the street. Every taxi (Liver wants to know him and
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ATHLETICS

ATHLETICS

Coe puts variety on top of his bill By VIC ROBBIE SEBASTIAN COE, like his arch-rival Steve Ovett a convincing winner at Crystal Palace on Wednesday, has a varied programme mapped out before the Olympics in July. He says : " I've done a 3,000 metres and a 5,000 metres. I was look
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SOLUTION

SOLUTION

ACROSS.-1, Willis. 4, Brearley. 7, Crease. 8, Fields. 9, Old. 10, Spin. 11, Ashes. 14, Gavaskar. Raw., WA. 21 Hutton. 23, Bob. 24, Runner. 26, Clarke. 27, Stumps. DOWN.-1, Wicket, 2, Leeds. 3, Inswinger. 4, Bowl a maiden over. 5, Amiss. 6, Lillee. 12. West Indies. 13, Coninton.
May 23, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WEATHER

WEATHER

TODAY: Sunny spells and showers—some heavy; cold and windy. Max temp. 13C (55F). WEEKEND: Changeable, with rain. Cold. LIGHTS: London, 6.51; Derby, 6.55; Plymouth, 7.07; Birmingham, 6.57; Bristol, 7.01. I INDEsiT I PRICES I the price on this high quality her Dryer, but we haven'
October 9, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TAX

TAX

October 9, 1980 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England