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SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR WOMEN UNDER FIVE FEET TWO INCHES

SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR WOMEN UNDER FIVE FEET TWO INCHES

1 The Height of fathion—for YOU 1 Send this coupon today to Eastex "52," Dept. 18, 264 Regent Street, London, W.l, and make sure Name -(Mrs./Mi I Address of your copy of the brochure illustrating the lovely styles in these small-size fashions, with foreword by Anona Winn. We wil
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, APRIL 22, 1952 Page 7 R LECTURES TO THE • ILL azed round the lofty University told

THE DAILY MIRROR, APRIL 22, 1952 Page 7 R LECTURES TO THE • ILL azed round the lofty University told

the professors, " Members ed at the speed with which some selves in the first few years of fined them so narrowly. ), in will never get leaders from such narrowly-trained individuals." The professors had broken into their Easter vacation to meet 200 industrialists at Birminghain
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DONALD ZEC says JUST LOOK HOLLYWOOD lONE FOR I RIENNE! icBEFORE (in 1950) N THE GROOVE WHEN the jazz revivalist

DONALD ZEC says JUST LOOK HOLLYWOOD lONE FOR I RIENNE! icBEFORE (in 1950) N THE GROOVE WHEN the jazz revivalist

movement first started in Britain most of the music sounded pretty terrible. Some of the performers were still in the process of learning how to play and their efforts were more notable for enthusiasm than anything else. There were, of course, exceptions, and on occasion some go
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Gillian Loder, of Stansted, Essex, and her husband, John Kirk• patrick, of Newcastle, Co. Down, Ireland, leave St. Paul's, Knights• bridge, London, after their wedding yesterday.

Gillian Loder, of Stansted, Essex, and her husband, John Kirk• patrick, of Newcastle, Co. Down, Ireland, leave St. Paul's, Knights• bridge, London, after their wedding yesterday.

O Continued from QUEEN AND HER Page One which was when you gave me the brooch which I wear today." And the clear, girlish voice hesitated just slightly as she added: " And I shall never hear the British Grenadiers' without a stirring of my heart." It was 11.20 a.m., ten minutes
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POll/TING

POll/TING

HALF PRICE OFFE Girls' Showerproof Wool Ml' GABARDINE COA with detachable hood. Special Purchase; Today's refund would be approximately double, Quoted here. PONTINGS PRICE Length 26 in. 28, 30, 32in. 82/7. 34, 36, 381 n. 70/3. 40, 42in. 78/9. 44in. 83/3. Post and packing 1/5. 15
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
.Sl,OOO A YEAR

.Sl,OOO A YEAR

Many Trained Salesmen now earn this—and more. If you are between 20 and 45 . . . intelligent and forward-looking . . . dissatisfied with your present earnings . . . here's your chance to DO something about it ! The National School, with an almost 100% record of successes, offers
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR Tuesday, April 22, 1952 ROOM SERVICE your P EGG a i e l room trails for shoes can

DAILY MIRROR Tuesday, April 22, 1952 ROOM SERVICE your P EGG a i e l room trails for shoes can

be fixed at the bottom of your iardrobe or clothes cupboard. Or a hanging shoe baggy . • an ba made by stitching a stout piece of canvas to a oat hanger, covering it with material and attaching .cross it wide strips of materia' stitched into compart- cents for individual shoes.
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, April 22, 1952 'ravers ! Ir. W. ASHRIDGE, Haywards Heath (Sussex) writes: Plagues Mr. M. DRIVER, St. Clements-road, Boscombe

Tuesday, April 22, 1952 'ravers ! Ir. W. ASHRIDGE, Haywards Heath (Sussex) writes: Plagues Mr. M. DRIVER, St. Clements-road, Boscombe

sends us an Od-Ad: SPECIAL EASTER VALUE: Large handpainted plagues, made for America, but rejected for slight imperfections . . . tw o shillings. How sad You Old Pair, we ather, live Brighton Tay. Now, travelling and down the line vhere would you say Eve the residents of an rea
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
4 MOTHERS TAKE HOME PRIZE-WINNERS

4 MOTHERS TAKE HOME PRIZE-WINNERS

HERE YOU SEE a few of the mothers at a school prize-giving! All are filled with pride, of coursewhether their children win prizes or not . . . But 'hen it to shor f' the family's food, you 6 typical housewives prefer Batchelors wonderful Peas. They know that Batchelors Peas are
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England