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CUP DRAW Fine weather, spring cleaning—and interest in Hull City's Cup luck, —are official reasons for the drop in book

CUP DRAW Fine weather, spring cleaning—and interest in Hull City's Cup luck, —are official reasons for the drop in book

issues last month at free libraries in Bridlington, thirty miles from Hull.
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Double petrol for 3 months this summer

Double petrol for 3 months this summer

MAY DAY will be Joy Day for hundreds of thousands of people this yearthe petrol allowance available in May will be doubled for three of the summer itionths. and the foreign travel allowance will go up from £35 to £5O. These concessions were announced in Parliament yesterday. Mr.
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I ~ 4. I /W 0 bl, 4 I 4 if This is the portable gas and air appliance which

I ~ 4. I /W 0 bl, 4 I 4 if This is the portable gas and air appliance which

was televised yesterday by the 8.8. C., with Dr. Janet Meadows acting as the patient.
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DO PIT PONIES NEED THIS TRADE UNION?

DO PIT PONIES NEED THIS TRADE UNION?

TWENTY THOUSAND pit ponies--Britain's underworld population—will get a forty-eight-hour week if Parliament passes the ponies' charter. which comes up Zr its second reading today. But do ponies want trade union hours? They are creatures of habit. And if they have spent. say, ten
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MYSTERY

MYSTERY

THE notion put forward by Mr. "livens that the Devil's hoofmarks " can be attributed to a rope trailing from a balloon takes no account of two important facts —the marks were sharply defined and erescent-shaped, and between each tread there was 81in. of unbroken snow. Victor F.
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RADIO • Newt: 1.1 Ragl.o toil 8 A Bawd: . ik. . Schools: 1. 2 '.l 9.56 U 1 letter:

RADIO • Newt: 1.1 Ragl.o toil 8 A Bawd: . ik. . Schools: 1. 2 '.l 9.56 U 1 letter:

Scheels : 1 • 1 Service: 16. 3 Muk,g Vital You 11. S (1 "- , s: 1 2 Ur che..tris: 12 Workers' Plai time 1.6 Hem 10 cams 'nail I 3 0 Orll4 Schools: 3 Porno x. 15 Thi r•r , ttes: Losooll P't,tri: • 31 C0..n1,y Oyes 511 Chd Hour: 1.1 N t s: 1 Sr•ort: 1.2 N. , o , chr 8.4 C ,, ,..1,
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Friday, March 18, 1949 Something's always cooking in Suite 14E \ERT retired stage star Ruth Chatterton cooks in Suite 14E

Friday, March 18, 1949 Something's always cooking in Suite 14E \ERT retired stage star Ruth Chatterton cooks in Suite 14E

of New York's haughty Ritz Tower Hotel is a mystery. Rut the management would like Ruth to leave before all the guests go. suit against Ruth came up before New York Supreme Court after her neighbour across th e hall said "pungent aromas" from her apartment kept visitors away fro
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TRUNCHEON WAS FOR BURGLARS, BUT BURGLAR GOT IT FIRST

TRUNCHEON WAS FOR BURGLARS, BUT BURGLAR GOT IT FIRST

MR. W. JONES, who keeps the George and Dragon at Wrotham, Kent. has a police truncheon at his bedside, for use against burglars. In the early hours yesterday he woke to find a burglar had got hold of the truncheon first. Mr. Jones was beaten with it as he made to get out of bed.
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VALENTINO 'LOVE SHRINE' FLOPS

VALENTINO 'LOVE SHRINE' FLOPS

Bid to mike "Falcon's Lair." mansion which belonged to Hollywood great screen lover Rudolph Valentino. into a "shrine" for the lovelorn has flopped. In a month only seven women have inspected the " shrine "--thre2 - Italians. an, English plritualist and ..
18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY

THE DAILY

18 March 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England