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Mainly for Women


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Come and Join Us
Rural Transport discussed by members of the National Federation of Women's Institutes living in the Midlands led by their National Chairman, Lady Dyer, J.P.
W. P. James , O.B.E., Chairman of the Traffic Commissioners for the West Midland Area
R. K. Cope, Deputy Traffic Manager of a provincial bus company
In the chair, Doreen Stephens, Editor, Women's Television Programmes
From the BBC's Midland television studio

3.17 Paris Fashions
A selection of clothes from the Autumn Collections.
Filmed by Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise
See page 4
(to 15.32)


Leader (Come and Join Us): Lady Dyer
Panellist (Come and Join Us): W. P. James
Panellist (Come and Join Us): R. K. Cope
Chairman (Come and Join Us): Doreen Stephens
Director (Come and Join Us): John McGonagle
English commentary (Paris Fashions): Ailsa Garland

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