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IHE PICKS OVER 604 E EN .rchant who king his ;otton tcs, is ies to the they work who is.

IHE PICKS OVER 604 E EN .rchant who king his ;otton tcs, is ies to the they work who is.

'estersixties :ss betmen." first who ►untry to-year- The trio is is also sales ht, be- Man(e par:abrics, tee tag, posted Dalton, went ent the Ices are Nw for your vice to BALANCED DIET. Does the flamingo turn his knee round or can it bend both ways ? Work it out for yourself fro
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Shown in London yesterday, it is a light wool two-piece with a cuffed bolero top. The pleats can have any

Shown in London yesterday, it is a light wool two-piece with a cuffed bolero top. The pleats can have any

amount of folding away in a case and still come out as sharp as knives. . ... : • Just the right sort of suit to pack for your summer holidays. It's ideal for the evening
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HER There was a colourful array of waterproof clothing at the Moor Park Golf Club, Herts, yesterday when CLUBS the

HER There was a colourful array of waterproof clothing at the Moor Park Golf Club, Herts, yesterday when CLUBS the

new boys versus girls fixture took place. Miss Anthea Marshal, of Kent, is well protected as she STAY pushes her clubs to the first tee. The match started in heavy rain, and the boys—their team included six DRY internationals—won the singles by six and a half matches to one and
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GUARDS

GUARDS

ping up and down. Gently the Queen Mother turned the little boy towards the window again, smoothed his hair, bent down to speak to him and guided his small arms to his sides. As the Queen, a tiny figure in unrelieved black, walked slowly past the ranks of hundreds of soldiers th
April 22, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LOOKING AHEAD Fifty polio victims from Newastle have started a savings club to meet the cost of paying for front-row

LOOKING AHEAD Fifty polio victims from Newastle have started a savings club to meet the cost of paying for front-row

seats on the Coronation procession route in London next year.
April 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIPSIES ARE TO CAMP AT CASTLE

GIPSIES ARE TO CAMP AT CASTLE

LADY (Millicent Zoe) Hart Dyke is making arrangements for between thirty and forty gipsy families to move their caravans on to the grounds of her home at Lullingstone Castle, near Dartford, Kent. Recentty Kent County Council made a survey of gipsies in their area and reported th
April 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

April 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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4 A UAT, Read about the Miss Rose Adair Who longed to wed a son-and-heir Alas l He loved good food—a thing Rose couldn't serve— she'd one gas-ring ! THE DAILY MIRROR dignantly demanding a shilling when I was pretty certain they by NOEL WHITCOMB hadn't even been among the fisherm
April 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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8.15 0 8.40 J 1 " At Ho? 9.10 Ta in " It's 10.15 (sound B IG Dal are offe three s lengths These hour-lon the GI Regim Home P.m. TI will be forth,.thi cial Korea fi Mr. Cull( Published Of his col Korean w Reporter. version is to be May 9. Al t e o'clock comes a George's which E I
April 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRICKS BEAT TIME FOR BEBOP BAND

BRICKS BEAT TIME FOR BEBOP BAND

WHEN a brick smashes yet another window of the dance hall the bebop fans of Rye Hill Youth Club, Newcastle, know that it is 10 p.m.—and time for their six-piece band to stop playing. Four windows were waiting to be repaired yesterday—but the club will wait for two more to be bro
April 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England