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THIRSK

THIRSK

2.15 (51., ran) GOLDH la ( trig fon ) 1-4 1 Spring Cabbage (Mullane) 20-1 2 Demokratikos (Greenaway) 13-2 3 rIn7E-6 f ShouldeiStrap, 50 Anybody Here, 100 Mowden Magic (4th), Wendian, Toughest. (M. H. Easterby.) 5 1, 2. Tote: 15 , -; 6/8. 15/4: 8/6; dual fcst.: 62/4. 2.45 (5f., 1
26 May 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
TANETTA

TANETTA

Hide) 6 7 11 i The Holt (Eldi[ij _ 100-7 Royal Guard (D. Lacy) 10-1 Also ran: 11-2 Die Cast, 10 Prince Bonhomme (4th), Rise Grange, 100_8 Battle Song. 20 Umber. Blue Aura, 33 Toscan Boy. Belleza. Dalbeattie, Bachelor Jack. Veness. Pen's Advice. (Elsey.) 4 ' 10 Tote; 8/6: 5/8. 9/
26 May 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Swetman is answer

Swetman is answer

rIVE pairs of hands B y ALF COVER are ready to grasp the chance of being Eng c s t o u u m n per, game is n n ow ot in i l e ht; . land's wicket-keeper in actually playing in Club the Tests against West C ric l k a e n t as m h ho o vi howler ! Warwick- Indies. Four of them shir
26 May 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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26 May 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
May 26,_11)63

May 26,_11)63

26 May 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tocoss BEST FASHION VALUE r

Tocoss BEST FASHION VALUE r

BEST FASHION VALUE ON DAYS MEET RIAL
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
f- Krushchev to give Castro a Red Square welcome

f- Krushchev to give Castro a Red Square welcome

Krushchev to give Castro a Red Square welcome RED flags and May Day slogans were going up in Red Square, Moscow, last night to welcome Cuban Prime Minister Dr. Fidel Castro. He wilt be greeted there th i s evening by Mr. Krushchev. Dr. Castro boarded a special train for Moscow at
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
JEANNIE 8

JEANNIE 8

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28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, April 28,

SUNDAY MIRROR, April 28,

28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Douglas Collins demonstrates in Majorca.

Douglas Collins demonstrates in Majorca.

tomers hardly seemed to be adequate outlets for my wonderful Aurex, but I supposed one had to start somewhere, and perhaps it was easier to sell to rather dirty barbers than to smarter chemists. One evening Bert brought a friend round, Mr. Peters. His shirt was dirty and his cuf
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England