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Nine ugly minutes left Elland-road looking like a battlefield, writes VINCE WILSON. -From the explosive 68th to the final flourish

Nine ugly minutes left Elland-road looking like a battlefield, writes VINCE WILSON. -From the explosive 68th to the final flourish

in the 77th. Harlow referee A. Dimond booked four and sent off Leeds 'keeper Gary Sprake. The booked men were Leeds' Peter Lorimer and Terry Hibbitt, and Chris - Garland and Ken Wimshurst of Bristol. Garland was being noted down in the 70th minute when Gerald Sharpe fell to the
10 March 1968 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLOT' I) ACT

PLOT' I) ACT

PLOT' ACT By Norman Lucas and John Sheard thought to have travelled to Dublin under assumed names. They were .shadowed by Irish detectives and were reported to have planned a number of meetings with IRA representatives. Recently there have been reports of a series of conferences
10 March 1968 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPRING BARGAIN OFFER QUALITY CONCRETE VoIiMANKEM NOW AT • ALMOST D . HALF PRI CE

SPRING BARGAIN OFFER QUALITY CONCRETE VoIiMANKEM NOW AT • ALMOST D . HALF PRI CE

10 March 1968 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
By STUART COMBE SURCHARGE 4.30 Ayr. Monday ECE REVUE 4.30 Worcester. Tuesday BABUR BAY 4.0 Flurnaton, Wednesday HIGHLAND WEDDING 3.30

By STUART COMBE SURCHARGE 4.30 Ayr. Monday ECE REVUE 4.30 Worcester. Tuesday BABUR BAY 4.0 Flurnaton, Wednesday HIGHLAND WEDDING 3.30

Wlncanton. Thursday VITAL MOMENT 2.30 Sandown, Friday PERSIAN EMPIRE 3.10 Samsawn, Saturday
10 March 1968 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
TODAY'S WEATHER

TODAY'S WEATHER

ALL AREAS: Mist and fog clearing during the morning then: ENGLAND, except North-East, dry and sunny. Rest of the country dull with out breaks of rain. London areo max. 17 C (64 F) OUTLOOK: Dry and sunny 0 .411111 Octobe► Summer
19 October 1969 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Armed school guards on buses afts `massacre' thred

Armed school guards on buses afts `massacre' thred

19 October 1969 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Cried

Cried

I cried as 1 made the pies.. Curious thoughts flitted through my mind. " Poor Helen. Shall I stick a note in one of the pies simply saving —RUN. I finished the - pies in a hurry, then sent my daughter Gay over to the bunQ•alow with them. I couldn't face them knowing that the Bri
19 October 1969 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANN LESLIE

ANN LESLIE

investigates love and marriage, California-style
19 October 1969 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, October 19, 1969 PAGE 15 14 years nail biting ended I NOW HAVE NAILS WHICH BEFORE I COULD

SUNDAY MIRROR, October 19, 1969 PAGE 15 14 years nail biting ended I NOW HAVE NAILS WHICH BEFORE I COULD

ONLY DREAM ABOUT... writes Miss G. L. of Cumber land and adds ... "So thrilled was I that I pa ssed on information to two of my friends. . . Imagine how thrilled you' llbe when, instead of ugly bitten nails to hide, you ' ve 10 long, strong, a turally grown beautie s t o admire!
19 October 1969 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England