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f 398 MILLION-SAVINGS

f 398 MILLION-SAVINGS

National Savings in 1959 reached a record £398 million. says the National Saving.. Committee. The total now Invested in National Savings is 26.840 million. TWISTWORDS tint& two words which mean the :Apposite KECEIVE and UNBIND and rearrange th. letters of the new words to give a
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DEA MY A SEVENTYONE YEAR - OLD widow packed her bags yesterday and said: "There is death at my door

DEA MY A SEVENTYONE YEAR - OLD widow packed her bags yesterday and said: "There is death at my door

arid I must go." She is Mrs. Florence Jones, whose villagn home Is threatened by• A moving mountain "; • A quarter of a million gallons of water which could gush down the mountainside from a cracked main. But another widow. Mrs. Sarah Ann Evans, also said: "I will never leave my
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1 LONDE TELLS of IIEATH DRAMA IN A FLAT

1 LONDE TELLS of IIEATH DRAMA IN A FLAT

By HUGH CURHOW N attractive blonde told a coroner yet terday of a Christmas Eve celebrat on in London with a Newcastle-upon- Tyne city councillor . . . and how it ended with the councillor lying dead in his pliamas on Christmas morning. THE COUNCILLOR, Roland Burton, 35, a marrt
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE MIGHTY A-MERGER ,

THE MIGHTY A-MERGER ,

TWO of Britain's biggest groups In the atomic power business MERGE today into combine to be called the Nuclear Power Group The firms are the Nuclear Power Plant Companywhich has A-power co n- tract% worth and the Associated Electrical Industries—John Thomson group, with £40.0110
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Friday, January I, 1960 PAGE 7

DAILY MIRROR, Friday, January I, 1960 PAGE 7

1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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BLAK E S SEND FOR GREAT HOL/DAY BOOK TODAY- /71 , PAVE AND ANT 10/1470 AcgIINNY WATERWAYS? NORFOLK soar- VW-ABOARD

BLAK E S SEND FOR GREAT HOL/DAY BOOK TODAY- /71 , PAVE AND ANT 10/1470 AcgIINNY WATERWAYS? NORFOLK soar- VW-ABOARD

MCWIr Ag I/ME& ,fir/Os A WM' PER PERSON BROADS BLARES FOR THE BROADS (Dept. 33) 47 Albemarle Street, London. W.l TRAVEL BY TRAIN
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE LARKS

THE LARKS

GARTH LuMMEI-LAST TIME I 'EARS A SPEECH LIKE THAT WAS AT THE PLAZA ...IT WAS JOHN WAYNE UUS' BEFORE 'IM AN' FIFTYFOUSAND MARINES LANDED ON THE BEACHES; I` F ~~~ !~~ ..--••• S 0 LET US START THE 9- AYE! THERE'LL BE MANY YEAR Wl' INCREASED HARRDSHIPS BEFORE THE VIGOUR, REMEMBERING
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE FLUTTERS

THE FLUTTERS

IN A SPLiT SECOND OUR r HERE WE OUR GOOD RECKONER WILL CALCULATE WISHES R A IL . F . I //TES HAPPY NEW FOR YEAR; PI YOUR INCOME TAX ARREARS, GENTLEMEN, • • / / ,•1, L . I • :4 . Ili DE- cLurce4 , / 4 4 1 " 441111 v 6 , c MISS NIGOLSI • 0 AND OUT, ma. Grow.: I I ill
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Holiday

Holiday

P. CRAVEN. St. J• h n'sroad. Bootle. Lases. asks: I S Christmas Day a Bank holiday in Scotland and in the USA ? .A.Both countries and their banks observe it as a public holiday. though it is not recognised as an official " Bank ."
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
First

First

Mr. it. SAUNDERS, of Tankerton - street, London. W.C.I, writes: COUR clever pals of mine say that the first English boxer to beat that great. Frenchman Georges Carpentier was a chap called "Young Snowball --now Ted Broadribb. the famous boxing manager. I My the honour goes to a
1 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England