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JANE . . . WHOEVER GONE, j E AR E TI TH AT, : AMI ZMEE—: -1-T 1 4:IU1 F

JANE . . . WHOEVER GONE, j E AR E TI TH AT, : AMI ZMEE—: -1-T 1 4:IU1 F

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April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
-tearing Audrey; i I prefer dogs to men ‘3I REYHOUND trainer George Holyhead, 42, yesterday showed magistrates a handful of

-tearing Audrey; i I prefer dogs to men ‘3I REYHOUND trainer George Holyhead, 42, yesterday showed magistrates a handful of

hair which, he alleged, a fifteen-year-old kennel maid, Audrey Munday, had pulled out of his head. She was in such a temper at the time, he said, that she also smacked his face, pushed him, and then lay down and rubbed her hands and face in the mud. It was at 8.30 one morning,"
April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'SACK STARS TO SAVE'

'SACK STARS TO SAVE'

ONE way by which the 8.8. C. could save money would be to drop a lot of their big-money stars. The value put on them is absurd. There are dozens of competent men and women who could broadcast just as well, if not better.—A. Freeman, Pembridgesquare, Kensington, London, W. Reader
April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR T e Captain goes back to

THE DAILY MIRROR T e Captain goes back to

This was the kick that almost hurt TAKE THAT, you—you SNAKE ! That'll teach you to go wrapping your coils round MY husband ! Film star Susan Hayward (above, left) seems to get home a hard one on the seat of actress Eleanor Todd in the R.K.O. Radio film " This Man Is Mine." The s
April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MEALY-MOUTHED ARROGANCE

MEALY-MOUTHED ARROGANCE

ILL the country go to the devil if the people are given a choice of radio and not bound to the 8.8. C. ? That is the opinion of those who oppose gingering up the B.B:C. by a spot of sponsored competition. They are in full cry against giving the public any independent 'alternativ
April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SHUT UP!

SHUT UP!

YOU'VE met them. They say, " Why don't you leave off smoking ? Doesn't do you any good. Waste of money." You could say the same thing about sweets, ices, intoxicating liquor, pools, cinemas. One lot of experts tell'you to spend your money to help trade. Another lot tell you to s
April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`shipmates' in prison

`shipmates' in prison

VERYBODY liked " The•Cantain." Big, bluff, barrel-chested and with stories to stir the blood of any landlubber, he was welcome wherever he stayed- Elderly Cheadle Heath (Cheshire) landlady, Mrs. El;abeth Nadin, and her sailor son, who. talked so often with " The Captain " about
April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
April was a March bride, but only just Through the window of the bridal car spectators outside Bevis Marks synagogue,

April was a March bride, but only just Through the window of the bridal car spectators outside Bevis Marks synagogue,

London, had a fine view of the bride, Miss April Jaffe, 24, after her wedding yesterday—the last day of March—to Dr. Stephen Seb a g- Montefiori, 25. April, daughter of Harley - street doctor Henry Jaffe, kept out the cold with an ermine cloak.
April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England