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February 11, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 11, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 11, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARTINE-IN HER £1,500 GOWN

ARTINE-IN HER £1,500 GOWN

OVELY French film actress Mar® tine Carol poses in her home t Regent's Park, London, yesteray—wearing a £1,500 gown. It is in heavy white silk. And has been made for Martine by almain of Paris. She will wear it at a very special occasion tomorrow's gala world premiere of the fil
December 29, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By PAULA JAMES

By PAULA JAMES

J)ALEKS told children : "QUEUE-UP PLEASE " . . a bo y manned a Centurion tank . . and driverless trains missed collision by inches. It was all happening yesterday—the first day of the Schoolboys and Girls Exhibition at Olympia, London. After two hours of touring the 130 wonder-c
December 29, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Smashing

So I handed over pencil and paper to them. Their reports follow : NICHOLAS: The thing I liked best was the model airport. It was smashing, because the planes really worked, and the pilot let me move them with a huge torch. Instead of a light it had a sound ray. ELIZABETH: I espe
December 29, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YOUR ON EVENTS itarianism a stage further and abolishes the hunting of wild animals for sport ? The old cry

YOUR ON EVENTS itarianism a stage further and abolishes the hunting of wild animals for sport ? The old cry

that hunting is done only to control the numbers is disproved by the fact that large numbers of wild animals are reared in captivity for hunting. —W. 8., Langley, Bucks. to ask for a foster home for the baby I'm expecting soon. In our bedroom there isn't even room for a carry-co
December 29, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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At once there was much talk of the " delicacy " and " embarrassment " involved in this new situation. For the Minister of Labour is the Rt. Hon. Ray Gunter, MP. And until the last General Election, Mr. Gunter was the president of the T S S A. + 4- But I am certain Mr. Gunter is
December 29, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITAIN SLATED OVEII SHIPPING WAR

BRITAIN SLATED OVEII SHIPPING WAR

ABITTER attack on Britain for leading the revolt against American attempts to impose new rules on world shipping is revealed today in a Congressional rep o r t that could start the shipping war all over again. The report was prepared before the recent truce, when Britain and ten
December 29, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MR PYE'S

MR PYE'S

GRATEFUL CLIENTS WAS THINKING OP HAVING A WIG " , Thanks for your wonderful treatmen I'm proud to show my hair to any now. And I was seriously thinking haying a wig ! "—D. 8.. East Ham. " A PHENOMENAL SUCCESS !" " I report what can only be describ as a phenomenal success My hair
December 29, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England