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But she said her new husband has ended up in jail in the town of Kobani - and is fearful she will not see him again.

Because I can't kill myself, because this is suicide.'She added that other women in Raqqa had been left shocked after being divorced by foreign ISIS fighters only 'three to four days or one month' after marrying.

Phil Lancaster says: Hi John: I have just been on to your site showing old pictures of Crystal Palace, in the team photo of 1931 the mascot sitting in the front holding the cup was my Dad, Arthur Lancaster who was born in 1918. That picture was on the wall in his office when we had a guest house in Westgate, I still have the original card with my Dad's signature on it. Regards The Speedway News was a very collectable 30 odd paged speedway magazine pre-dating the Speedway Star. If you would like to buy them please send me an email so we can discuss.

John Hi John, The photo you have on your website of Tom Farndon and Pansy Evans? It's Tom and Fred Mockford his promoter taken at Crystal Palace in 1933 as a publicity stunt.

There remains one major query on the qualifying scorers which were not given in the South London Press.

I t concerns Bill Longley who on a scribbled list of scorers is actually given as LANGLEY.

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The man at the front was very frien Very basic, very affordable compared to neighboring establishments.Information is entered by event organisers and may be subject to change, please see event page for latest information. The British Stadiums staging speedway in the first half of the 20th century would all have been fairly new venues, whereas in the later half of the century many of the now old stadiums had fallen into a state of decay.This was over 12 heats with two semi-finals and a final.The qualifying scorers were: Phil 'Tiger' Hart (Hackney) 9, Archie Windmill (Hackney) 8, Bill Longley (New Cross) 7, Ron Johnson (New Cross) 6, Mick Mitchell (Crystal Palace) 5, Charlie Page (Hackney) 5, Fred 'Friar' Tuck 5, Ken Brett (West Ham) 4, George Craig (Bristol) 4, Ron Howes (West Ham) 3, Bob Hall 2, George Gower (Crystal Palace) 2, Vic Weir (Norwich) 2, Les Trim (Crystal Palace) 1, Alex Gray (Wimbledon) 1, Keith Harvey (Crystal Palace) 0. The 'South London Press' (May 15 1940) reported that New Cross and Australia star Ron Johnson was leading the final by five yards when he ground to a halt with a puncture.

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