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ive etit[ll6 Answered by THE OLD CODGERS

ive etit[ll6 Answered by THE OLD CODGERS

Answered by THE OLD CODGERS .. . We Done It . •. o the Editor of the " Daily Mirror " from • PIIYLLIS MORTON, and an address in mntry: 3 ago through a letter written by my aunt, published by the Old Codgers, I correswith an officer serving on the N.W. Fronthe Indian Army. Much la
April 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ed on the hips.. MIDDY

ed on the hips.. MIDDY

T has been a faint threat to r nipped-in 6istlines since the a mm e r of last • • ear. No one took very seriously. It 'as just another .igner's crazy a. But now the middy line—loose over the waist, lodging on the hips —is going into batthe tight-waisted, look for first fashion's
April 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
n't kiss Mrs. R., says colonel

n't kiss Mrs. R., says colonel

her husband. Major David Ross. Mrs. Ross, a slim, attractive blonde, has said in evidence that Creedy visited her at her home at the Winnings,,,Welbeck (Notts), at 10 p.m. on February 8. She alleged that-he levered her on to a chaise-longue, kissed her, and tore her jacket open.
April 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GET ON WITH IT NOW! So you have left all the spring planting and sowing until the Easter week-end again

GET ON WITH IT NOW! So you have left all the spring planting and sowing until the Easter week-end again

? Never mind. Many gardeners make New Year resolutions every year to get their stuff in " early " and just as regularly leave it till Easter. But they still have a good crop of vegetables and a good show of flowers. The point is, don't leave it any later. Get on with it NOW. The
April 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 15, 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
 
-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
 
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April 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England