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THE STRIPE THEME . . . with gloves and shoes

THE STRIPE THEME . . . with gloves and shoes

to wear them only with your plainest suit or coat. The spring collections showed blouses matched to suit linings and scarves with the identical print used for the linings of long, loose coats. Both easy ideas. be a high fashion p this year. Do not be afraid colours. Try sharp li
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ORNAMENTS

ORNAMENTS

Paris produced hats with matching lapel ornaments —so a simple bow of straw stitched to a tie-pin can BUY DIRECT from FA Genuine PULLMAN Spring In'. A real luxury Genuine Mattress Pullman Springs substantially cushioned with resilient fibre and purified filling guaranteed 50% wo
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• wants to marry

• wants to marry

March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Second Time

Second Time

Henderson, who has one full cap—against Irelandgets his second " B " team place. But, last year he appeared against England " B at Easter-road Park. Edinburgh, in the outside right position. " Smiler " Mochan, who came to Celtic from Middlesbrough, has normally been a centre. Bu
March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'S for coughs

'S for coughs

or throat. Take Kay's and you should soon be breathing easily again. nut if even Kay's can't help, yours is no ordinary cough —see a doctor! Are you a coughing menaceunpopular and unwell? The cause of most coughs is hardened phlegm clogging the breathing passages. The answer to
March 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Good and Bad

Good and Bad

They were doctors, joiners, boilermakers, road-sweepers, housewives, a few spivs and pimps, and many good family men with clean homes and bonny children. They all have one thing in common. They are all black, or a shade of black. They do not have a different shade of blood from
March 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
persecuted coloured

persecuted coloured

cept an illness. The youngest, Ramon, 31, and Josephine. 21, still run into the house crying when children dance round them shouting : " Nigger! Nigger ! Nigger! " But they will grow hardened to it, and Ramon will become quite used to being called Sambo and Coon. Josephine will
March 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY GIVE RATIONS TO SAVE BIRDS

THEY GIVE RATIONS TO SAVE BIRDS

Bird-lovers near Amble, Nor th u mberland, have given up their margarine rations to help clean swans and other birds floating with oil-clogged feathers at the mouth of the River Coquet. Five swans have died and five more are affected.
March 11, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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old .D ar t m buy So highly did the Ministry of Food think of Ribena EARS ago I wrote same Little Robbie. And, • that, during the war it was by what Denrickson a gory about a chosen as one of the first and Thomas say, he has welfare foods for young small man with the not changed
March 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CLEAR, LOVELY SKIN in 10 minutes!

CLEAR, LOVELY SKIN in 10 minutes!

March 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England