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EEDOMITIS' IS MAKIN!' El BACKWARD arsEAZZ2J,

EEDOMITIS' IS MAKIN!' El BACKWARD arsEAZZ2J,

EEDOMITIS' IS MAKIN!' BACKWARD ROR, APRIL 19, 1952 .p- ists ask these days is, ' Are the children enjoy i n g themselves ? ' instead of asking ' Are they enjoying the mselves and learning at the same time ? 1" This feeling that there is too much freedomtoo many experiments in sch
April 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPORT IN BRIEF THREE OF LAST FOUR ARE BRITISH THREE British girls, Joan Curry, Susan Partridge and Pat Harrison, reached

SPORT IN BRIEF THREE OF LAST FOUR ARE BRITISH THREE British girls, Joan Curry, Susan Partridge and Pat Harrison, reached

the women's singles semi-finals in. the international lawn tennis tournament in Rome yesterday. In the quarter-finals Miss Curry beat Lise b'roz (Austria), Miss Partridge beat Mrs. Thelma ',Ong (Australia), and Miss Harrison beat Mrs. Helen Matous ,(Czechoslovakia). BRIGHTON F.C
April 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
International Doubt

International Doubt

Down among the near-dead men, at the other end of the First Division, here are Huddersfield in doubt about Vic Metcalfe, international outside left. A groin injury may keep him out against Charlton, and standing by is Ally Gunn. Fu:ham present Macaulay and Lawler as the wingJhal
April 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A BOWLER HAT WENT TO SEA

A BOWLER HAT WENT TO SEA

ABATTERED bowler hat on a green baize base will have pride of place in stubby Gibby Gibson's home in Lee Green, London. Gibby, senior chief ngineer of a liner fleet. went into full retirement with the hat early today when he stepped ashore from the 26,000-ton Dominion Monarch at
April 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LADY PETRE, `Jacko' is cleared in mink coat case

LADY PETRE, `Jacko' is cleared in mink coat case

RENJAMIN CRAZE, 39, a London bookmaker, was found not guilty at Reading (Berks) Quarter Sessions yesterday of receiving a £1,500 mink coat belonging to Lady (Marguerite) Petre. During the hearing of the case Mrs. Celia Byass, described as "an intimate friend " of Lady Petre, den
April 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Was my face red! and all because my nails weren't ! It was a madly smart party, and I was

Was my face red! and all because my nails weren't ! It was a madly smart party, and I was

the only one with plain-Jane hands. I felt dowdy, and my hands looked naked ! Then and there I became a convert to Cutex Nail Polish. rowis SB/$ With e ~,,°lstant "'ear_ knish Polish x of rd ail c an b e -us hand s hand of it at Sec s f ret See it i t Yo ur see C P P i ng- nao.u
April 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Amateur Scientist

Amateur Scientist

George, a student, was called an "-amateur scientist" by friends. He often used to do experimental work in the bath. Last December, Roger Michael Goodman was found drowned in similar circumstances in a house at Putney Heath.
April 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England