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She WILL be an oil painting IN BRIEF THE winner of a beauty competition, to be run by a British

She WILL be an oil painting IN BRIEF THE winner of a beauty competition, to be run by a British

Legion club next month, will have twenty prizes to choose from, and they will all be the same—her own portrait. " Miss Legion," of Otley, Yorkshire, will give six sittings to the twenty members of the local arts club. She will be painted in oils and water-colour, and will be dra
April 8, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
* True 'Kensington Value for M Smartly Tailored F In a Rich Quality Rayon th, looks and handles like line,

* True 'Kensington Value for M Smartly Tailored F In a Rich Quality Rayon th, looks and handles like line,

New stylishly shaped collar. Bodice finished three buttons. " Trubenised " bel t. Four panelled swing skirt. Two fancy loose pockets. In Navy, Rose, Turquoise or Wine (second choice please). Hips 38, 40, 42 & 44in. Past & Pkg. 1/-. Dept. 124. " Downstairs Irish Linen Table Cloth
April 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN A HOTEL

IN A HOTEL

ier old The avith dad" T SERGEANT Alber Tamplin marched into the "Daily Mirror" office yesterday and asked to have his picture in the paper. " Sorry," he was told. " Not just like that." " I have to get my picture in the paper for an initiative test. I'd so anything to succeed,"
April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE SIDESMEN WHO MAY SAY 'STINGY'

THE SIDESMEN WHO MAY SAY 'STINGY'

I F members of the congregation at Kingston Lacey parish church, near Wimborne, Dorset, put small sums into the collectin -boxes in future, a sidesman say " That's stingy." Sidesmen have been told to do this by the vicar, the Rev. R. A. Bontoft, in the current issue of the paris
April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
feOre Pe*?l

feOre Pe*?l

FROM the teak forests of Burma, James Howard Williams brought back stories of three-ton tuskers o delight a war-weary Britain. We called him Elephant ill. Now Bill, a gentle giant like his old friends t h e t e ak lephants, stomps the country with the cry: " Go East, oung man."
April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JANE ■ ■ L/Cpl. R earns a 'mention in orders' THE story of a lance-corporal's bravery] was told in Eastern

JANE ■ ■ L/Cpl. R earns a 'mention in orders' THE story of a lance-corporal's bravery] was told in Eastern

Command ordersl yesterday. 1 The orders said that on February 11 a steam pipe burst in the boiler of the, troopship Vienna, scattering the fire froth' the furnace and making the stokehold an inferno of scalding stearrt and red hot cinders. Two firemen were killed. Until the stea
April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
—and themselves By RONALD BEDFORD

—and themselves By RONALD BEDFORD

GIRLS who go without breakfast to keep their figures trim are kidding themselves, according to a group of American scientists. They are cheating the boss, too, if they work in offices and factories, the scientists claim. Tests were made at lowa University Co] into those who ate
April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BABY'S CRIE LTV a

BABY'S CRIE LTV a

BABY'S CRIE LTV THE crying of the very young baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Denis Ibbotson Noddle was used by Mrs. Noddle in a ruse to get her husband out of the room so that she could be alone with a man friend, a divorce judge said yesterday. Granting a decree nisi to Mr. Noddle, a
April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
` He Threatened '

` He Threatened '

He Threatened ' " But," said the judge, "she says that she didn't want to marry Mr. Noddle —she wanted to go back to Mr. Hartman, who was willing to take her. " And she only married
April 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England