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THEY HOPE BILL WILL BE THEIR IRON CURTAIN'

THEY HOPE BILL WILL BE THEIR IRON CURTAIN'

N ° Yorkshire team has beaten Wigan this season, and none will. if Yorkshireman Bill Hudson can stop them. Bill is Wigan's big hope at Leeds todaN. After a head injury that needed tw• stitches last Monday it was thought that they would have to visit Leeds without him, but the "I
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The tree that roamed the night

The tree that roamed the night

By ROBERT GLENTON MRS. KNIGHT is thinking of putting a Christmas candle in her front-room window each night—to guide home her wandering Christmas tree. She is very sad about that tree. for no sooner had it settled down than it went. On Christmas Eve, Mrs. Grace Knight, of Sunnin
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THESE EMIGRANTS CAN NOW TAKE OUT £5,000

THESE EMIGRANTS CAN NOW TAKE OUT £5,000

AFTER today, emigrants from Britain to any Marshall Aid country other than Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland, will be allowed to take with them £5,001 of their capital, spread over four Years. instead of £l.OOO as at present. This is one of a number of New Year relaxations in
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
We've been wrong about those blinking stars for years!

We've been wrong about those blinking stars for years!

Twinkle. twinkle, little star. How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky. T HIS 15S-year-old nursery jingle, known to almost aU children—and recited by many—will now have to be rewritten. For the stars just do not twinkle at all. says Profes
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GOODNIGHT!

GOODNIGHT!

Here's the recipe for sound refresh- t A 4 ing sleep. Take a tiesker of hot milk and stir in twc teaspoonfuls of Cadburys Bourn-vita. Drink— relax—and happy dreams! CADBURYS
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Saint Flies from

A Saint Flies from

ALITTLE man named Kagawa packed a bag In his wooden house in Tokyo the other day, kissed his wife, Haru, good-bye and caught a plane for London. Cost of his £215 air line ticket for the four days' flight was paid by the Movement for World Evangelisation of Stoke Newington Green,
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CLIFFORD DAVIS

CLIFFORD DAVIS

He Matheard the story when he was fourteen from an American missionary on the island of Shikoku. Till then be knew only Buddha, bat the American gave young Kagawa a New Testament and from that day the little Japanese boy made op his mind to become a practical Christian. It wasn'
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Panda Panic's Over.

The Panda Panic's Over.

Adwertcs•l's .4nnougsrenteyst A T ten o'clock yesterday morning Miss Lien-Ho waved her shapely legs in the a's and fifty-two-year-old Charles Hitchcock grinned happily. For. to keeper Charlie. this was a sign that the Zoo's 02.000 giant panda Is recovering from her illness. Says
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOUR-37AR in

FOUR-37AR in

RADIO NINE roma Crout, Pit /rim • Pt tack. 7 . 16 Rectrg Round. 7.60 Up your Etarts ' 7.117 Weathe r ILO Neva Prot rama• Pl. 16 B.dney Tomb snd Lls Orchestra VS An, Quest:one 11.45 Byd man and h.a Band. Ix.ll • While You Work (Promenade Players'. 11. a 8.1.0 weigh Orchestra. 121
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
7.26 Buchan

7.26 Buchan

December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England