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January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Fire wives will wait

Fire wives will wait

FIVE dusky, frizzyhaired South Sea beauties of the Admiralty Islands will in the next few days learn the answer to their problem, " Which of us is the wife of Paliau ? " Until three months ago, ALL of them were. That was why 6ft. thirty-two year-old Paliau, who has been preachin
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PATRICIA BELL

PATRICIA BELL

What a cosy surprise How nice to have warm cheery curtains for winter. Make them yourself (or have them made up professionally) with "Rufflette"Brand curtain tape and you'll be sure of perfect pleats. The hooks or rings can be slipped out of the woven pockets in seconds for laun
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He's a can i

He's a can i

He's a can uric Issued by the I, s ura the al n ce man often st any t lot hin r n_ent. Nice chap t ov er want to know. I- vere °heies and t a kes to n °t Just numbers b ter ir the way things e , Pnse insuran4 Fr ee - Enterp bring and securit F.A. CUP de' 6°14 Second Round (second
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR by Bernard Venables

THE DAILY MIRROR by Bernard Venables

January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Only a holiday for Teresa, says Mr. K. By NORMAN MARTLEW

Only a holiday for Teresa, says Mr. K. By NORMAN MARTLEW

OUT -OF-WORK Mike Kavanagh father of Tomm, boy who is in Hollywood witl. film star Jane goodbye for a time to his daughter, Teresa, 5. Teresa is going to stay for three months at the Rotl company director Mr, Herbert Wadsworth and Mrs. W' The Wadsworths were talking last night a
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mr. WEIR COCKS IA SNOOK AT THE BIG BANDS

Mr. WEIR COCKS IA SNOOK AT THE BIG BANDS

\VEEN clarinettist Frank Weir stepped on the stage of the London Palladium, snappe' his fingers and swept his newly-formed quints into " How High the Moon " at a recent Ted Heat Swing Concert, the fans were treated to a music sound as refreshing as a breeze from the sea. Ignorin
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MURPHYS

MURPHYS

Treble Chanel Pool (7 Sels. Only) No client with 21 Points. 20 Points 19 Points Points 13 Match Penny Points Pool. Possible Points 247'' Div. 24 Pts. £2lO 0 0 for 1 Div. 23 Pts. £2O 10 0 for 1 Div. 22 Pts. £2 18 0 for 1 Div. 21 Pts 14 0 for 1 Match Id. Results Pool. No client wi
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Id. BUS CHIEF EXPLAINS

Id. BUS CHIEF EXPLAINS

Continued from Page One shorter than the Jld lid. rides. " But, anyway, all the fare stages have been changed now. " The ld. fare scheme may help to get back some of the £6.000 lost last year on our buses. " And it should be a definite service to housewives going shopping or tak
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'FRIGHTEN THEM,' HE SAYS PpEALS to drivers to leave cars at .• , home if they were going to drink

'FRIGHTEN THEM,' HE SAYS PpEALS to drivers to leave cars at .• , home if they were going to drink

had failed, said Mr. E. R. Guest, West, London magistrate yesterday. So " frightening them " must be tried. He sentenced a driver to five weeks' prison for driving while under the influence of drink. Notice of appeal was given.
January 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England