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Thursday, March 9, 1950 A d o me PRESENT Airman cigarettes PLAYERS • Above all They're new-they're full-size-they're full-flavoured! They're

Thursday, March 9, 1950 A d o me PRESENT Airman cigarettes PLAYERS • Above all They're new-they're full-size-they're full-flavoured! They're

as fine a smoke as you ever had. And, above all, they're guaranteed by Player's. Of course ... It's the tobacco that counts 20 FOR 3/6d.- 10 FOR I /9d. c.n.) traps, no bait, no bodies • • NO MICE! just sprinkle two or three packets of NON-POISONOUS packet THE ETHOD ,m Boots, Tim
March 9, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Printed and Published by the DAILY MIRROR NEWSPAPERS. Ltd.. at Geraldine House. Rolls Bldg's.. Fetter-lan•e: London. E.C.4.---Thursd r th em

Printed and Published by the DAILY MIRROR NEWSPAPERS. Ltd.. at Geraldine House. Rolls Bldg's.. Fetter-lan•e: London. E.C.4.---Thursd r th em

re o a v t e e d n . ed mien tnat ne could not give It is untrii Seretse that promise. Service; all his well-known energy must " T he the management of caused inventions ou 'i t T ies here abo a u r t e grave e d a in- a town "Seretse ou t s c i i now be directed to improving th
March 9, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Flight offer to Ruth

Flight offer to Ruth

0 Continued fr.. Page One Seretse has not a right to go back to meet his wife before the Government takes further action. Mr. Gordon-Walker replied that he could not giv, "I have found this a very difficult decision and done my utmost to preserve honour as between man and man. "
March 9, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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1~~11 ill

February 1, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO? Hteoref'isnda oQuUt 11Z

WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO? Hteoref'isnda oQuUt 11Z

WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO? H t e o re f ' i s nd a o Q u U t 11Z Girl with a level head ! ASYMMETRICAL fashions—which in plain English means " one-sided "—are going out of fashion this spring. Parisian milliner Rose Valois has given me a preview of her new hat styles. They are all
February 1, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Maybe the NEW YORK, Tuesday. AS a kid at school I used to recite "Music hath charms to soothe the

Maybe the NEW YORK, Tuesday. AS a kid at school I used to recite "Music hath charms to soothe the

savage breast." Yet here in the States, music is actually making people savage. I'll tell you why. It is now possible to travel from Washington to New York with music all the way. When the traveller comes downstairs in his Washington hotel the lobby resounds with canned melody.
February 1, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 9 . . . Try this Way for Sleeping . . . Apropos query from Leicester reader if there

Page 9 . . . Try this Way for Sleeping . . . Apropos query from Leicester reader if there

is a correct way to sleep, Mr. John Bilson, Abbeyroad, Brighton, writes: IPLACE my findings, after numerous trials, at your disposal. Many years ago, I read that to ensure good, sound sleep the body must lie in line with the North and South Poles. I am certain that I have fallen
February 1, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 1, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
How d'you spell 'Schloss,' Nobby ' Spell it C-A-S-T-L-E Bert—she won't mind.' Your people home will be proud to hear

How d'you spell 'Schloss,' Nobby ' Spell it C-A-S-T-L-E Bert—she won't mind.' Your people home will be proud to hear

of your adventures abroad v Britain's modern Regular Army, whether you are well up in local lingo or not. Wearing the badge of a famous regiment passport to exciting places overseas, sharing the work, the and the comradeship of the finest fellows you could meet. the Army's FREE
February 1, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Pardon ,us, please— "TEAK and chips ? " said a waiter with a look of pity. "How can m'sieur eat

Pardon ,us, please— "TEAK and chips ? " said a waiter with a look of pity. "How can m'sieur eat

with the hiccups? " And in spite of all my protests that I didn't have the hiccups, it was quite obvious his mind was made up. But it wasn't me— it was Paris. WE ' VE ALI ty o Paris hasr lightningeecoa c Lstrikes. They arrive swiftly without warning and leave as GOT suddenly as
February 15, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England