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BRAVERY

BRAVERY

MRS. Shirley Griffin turned her back for a moment and the pram with her two baby eons In it rolled off a station platform on to the railway lines. Mrs Griffin leapt to the C .' *l`.'*'. l 4LA'4-V-4-**) 1 4.44 . V - 4 - 4 4 f****** /11-
4 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPACE TAX EARNS ROCKET King

SPACE TAX EARNS ROCKET King

F. SLADE. of Mark Hall. Harlow. Essex. writes: I BELIEVE the wor Id record cricket-ball throw was made in the last century by an Australian aborigine called King Billy He threw 152 yards. arid he also threw 100 yards while standing in a barrel. Bully for Billy
4 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
easily the best coffee insist on NESCAFE

easily the best coffee insist on NESCAFE

A Mr. Smart, of Hawkhurst, Kent, wrens to us suggesting a "space tax" of one penny on every stamp sold to help put Britain ahead in space exploration. Readers recoiled violently. Mr. S. NEWSON, Roger's House, Dagenham, Essex, writes: HALF Mr. Smart's Idea Is okay Have the tax bu
4 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WEST HAM

WEST HAM

*.ertlay: "I was going to risk Vic during the Christmas games. btA he had tonsillitis. "We have missed him mote than anyone on the heavy grounds recently." They certainly could have done with him on Saturday when they crashed 5-2 to Burnley. In their first eighteen games the Ham
4 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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4 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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By LEN JACKSON Mirror Industrial COrrespondent

By LEN JACKSON Mirror Industrial COrrespondent

the:: husbands. Fewer thar. one third of the men Interviewed were, in principle, against married women working. The report goes on: " Many husbands positively welcomed, and some commented in glowing terms. on the difference their wife's employment had made to their marriage. "No
4 January 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SHIRTS fired trio the Ct s. - Maiontacterer—British Made Tbreethout Avail saaddliemes's P P 5 STAR VALU 2 E •

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26 March 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Is My moot. WallasMg, f+...► 3, Shivery? Cold coming on? `One Degree Under'? Mr 1 , • • 11 •

Is My moot. WallasMg, f+...► 3, Shivery? Cold coming on? `One Degree Under'? Mr 1 , • • 11 •

1 •• li • • • .., Not Mr more! ..when I'm One Degree Under, 'Aspro ' soon V to puts me right ma gra s a \ (for ern \ "IT. bu r ' new °You'll never catch Anne without her `Aspro'. It's eret T just one of the things we take for granted. There's always been ro r live a packet of 'A
3 February 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By FRANK MGHEE

By FRANK MGHEE

FRANK MGHEE rICOMBLY (HURRICANE) JACKSON, the Amen-IL can heavyweight who used to be called "The Animal," yesterday signed to light Dick Richardson, of Newport, at Leicester on February 111. And now the big cluestion : Has The Hurricane blown himself out ? After being thrashed 1)
3 February 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STOP!

STOP!

101 IN SNAGGE was at a party in London last night to celebrate the I.oooth edition of the BB C radio programme. In Town Tonight." The programme will be heard for the last time on September 17. and will be replaced by Town Today," which will be broadcast 'at lunchtime on Saturday
5 August 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England