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Woman doctor 8 NO 3TAR a Royal Commissio

Woman doctor 8 NO 3TAR a Royal Commissio

Woman doctor NO 3TAR a Royal Commissio ALLOW GIRLS TO WED AT 15 THE law should be changed to let girls of fifteen wed, a woman authority love and marriage told a Royal Commis. sion in London yesterday. Many English girls were ready for marriage at this age. she said. And she expl
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The nylon problem

The nylon problem

November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
glamour v. wear

glamour v. wear

N YLONS of a good, reliable wearing quality are no longer on sale, complained Mrs. Jean Mann (Lab., Coatbridge) in the Commons yesterday. Mr. Henry Strauss, Parliamentary Secretary, Board of Trade, replied that half the supplies for the home market were made from the heavier yar
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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•• 4 : THE STORY OF TIE DIPLOMAT « TIE PLUMBER AND TIE BEAUTIFUL SPY! OSCO • k * • • • • MILES comm. SIIIIIIIIFIELD. VALK a WILFRID MI WWTt 1 1 Showing at 11.30. 2.40. CO sod 9.15. (U) greatest love story a tared Zia sod . . . awl a woman ! Paris ..Nadrill ... Af rica the Wale we
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
U.N. TO MALAN: COLOUR BAR IS

U.N. TO MALAN: COLOUR BAR IS

OUR BUSINESS PREMIER Malan s claim that the United Nations has no right to consider nis colour-bar policy in South Africa was rejected by the U.N. Political Committee last night. A proposal that factfinding commission he appointed by the U.N. to study the situation was adopted.
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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JANE . . .

JANE . . .

1.1, WELL, AT THIS RATE c:, LOOK OUT, YOU'LL HAVE TO err OUT OF WE SHOULD REACH OUR AVOCS/ STEER A BETTER PRACTICE.— PVAPS '' BASE CAMP BY 0 -• . COURSE, SIR :— 1 . YOU'D BETTER TAKE NIGHTFALL.— s -/ 4.31 i - -li i ,- - _ NEARLY HAD US PLACE, 9i I, i ,_— a OVER THAT A 4 • V s 11
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WIGGLES

WIGGLES

e l WHAT ON EARTH'S UP ALL THAT NATTERING!- 'MEANWHILE WITH GLADYS- MAKING WELL- MAY NOW LEFT M Y Fla ALL THAT FUSS ABOUT AS WELL GET BEHIND.,.STILL,THERES • MY BEING LATE? CRACKING - TIME TO NIP BACK... . 1 , I HAL S rp AsT ARLY ... MAY AS WELL GET . lop CRACKING - oOm ITS NEAR
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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imriritXlODS

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November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOUVERIE SAYS...

BOUVERIE SAYS...

FESTIVAL 111, a French-bred colt bought by Miss Dorothy Paget for hurdle racing. mates his debut in the Toll House Juvenile Hurdle (Division I) (12.45) at Sandown today. He was a useful performer on the Plat and is going well In schooling gallops. STRAIGHT CUT can complete a dou
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
101traWILL PROBE

101traWILL PROBE

101tr a WILL PROBE
November 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England