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01 April 1934 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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01 April 1934 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sunday Pictorial, Geraldine House, Fetter-lane, E.C.4. Mark the card " COMP." For the best and neatest paintings I am awarding

Sunday Pictorial, Geraldine House, Fetter-lane, E.C.4. Mark the card " COMP." For the best and neatest paintings I am awarding

Ten Prizes of Half a Crown Each. Age limit, 16. Closing date, April 5.
01 April 1934 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY PICTORIAL

SUNDAY PICTORIAL

0 OR NOT belt r not of the Full-r igured t belt ask s T hat is the question horizontally instead of vertically, and immedic't °rieself these days when ately you have rotundity It is inevitable. d kite one goes 4letalci. Belts oTsetrsiz, U le n a u t s h u e a r l , Bodice room i
01 April 1934 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
FULFIL THESE CONDITIONS

FULFIL THESE CONDITIONS

(1) Fill in your entry forms plainly in INK. placing the six best jumpers in the order in which you consider they will be judged by the experts. Quote the letters printed on the photographs to indicate which of the jumpers you have selected. Your name and address must be written
01 April 1934 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 

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01 April 1934 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
CTORIAL STONEHENGE MARKS HOLIDAY RACE-CAR

CTORIAL STONEHENGE MARKS HOLIDAY RACE-CAR

Lucky Patch for PRECEDENT shows that it is not wise to be too optimistic about finding winners at holiday meetings. On the other hand, pessimism is a poor sort of companion to take racing. The general fault among holidaymakers out for the day is that they will bet on every race.
01 April 1934 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Close- Ups when the full effect was felt of the Government's tariff and other price-raising measures. Mr. E. J. T.

Close- Ups when the full effect was felt of the Government's tariff and other price-raising measures. Mr. E. J. T.

Didymus. of Portsmouth. was appointed president of the National Union of Journalists at Stirling yester- Mr. J. W. IT. Brown, of Street Council School, Somerset, whose election as vicepresident for the current year was announced to the National Union of Teachers, at Brighton yes
01 April 1934 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FOR THE FIRST TIME

FOR THE FIRST TIME

For the time in wireless history, l tives and the Co-operative Movement be the subject of a broadcast debate. The discussion will figure in the National programme on Thursday, April 5. Mr. A. V. Alexander will put the Co-operative case, and his opponent will be Mr. Patrick Howli
01 April 1934 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
80,000 GET JOBS But Still Over 2,200,000 in Search of Work

80,000 GET JOBS But Still Over 2,200,000 in Search of Work

The unemployment figures to be issued this week will, Reynolds's" understands, show a drop of at least 80,000. bringing the total down to about 2,240,000, which will be 600,000 than a year ago. The drop is largely due to improvement in the heavy industries of the country, and is
01 April 1934 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England