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“MERCY KILLER” HUSBAND HOME AGAIN

“MERCY KILLER” HUSBAND HOME AGAIN

read Mrs Long s story Crime to Kill My Imbecile Child ’). wrote to us,” he added. They asked: 'Let the man be released at once He showed fine courage. The child bad suffered sufficiently.’ Some people with similarly invalid children wrote saying they wish they had this father’s
November 29, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
They marry young -to keep young Vf ARRY young, have a big family, and you •ivX will stay young and

They marry young -to keep young Vf ARRY young, have a big family, and you •ivX will stay young and

always be happy, says great-grandma McGuinness. 67—“ and there has never been any matrimonial trouble m mv family of eighteen children, forty-seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Sixteen of her children are alive. Twelve of her daughters married between sixteen and
November 29, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OOT Ross Burn 9-7

OOT Ross Burn 9-7

Ross Burn 9-7 Wing-Commander Van Betting: 6-4 agst Brighter Sandy 5-2 Oormanstown. 7-2 Copper Twist Brown Bread 30— CLUB CHASE Border Bob. 12*7 .... Neel? 320 Flying Saint. 12-1 .. 303 Oyppo. 11-13 .. Mr. Ooutlns 433 Crusader 11. U-ll Redmond Just Jake
November 29, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR nuisance ?

THE DAILY MIRROR nuisance ?

THE DAILY MIRROR nuisance way; although a reasonable person cannot expect to have as much light coming through his windows if he lives in highly industrialised neighbourhood as he would get in a garden suburb, or in the open country, he would have good cause to complain the obstr
October 28, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CREAMS

CREAMS

M& 4 Atagm**' m ri* trmdc mm* -not “Flowers” The girl who appreciates the finest and asks for she specifies Missie Shampoo. She knows preserves the natural oil of the scalp, and keeps tboaa lovely waves and curls, because it contains Lanoline ingredient. Pria md. Tax . iti.uie f
October 28, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
> i i ■ \ I I I 1 I By British star Phyllis Calvert shopping in Hollywood with her

> i i ■ \ I I I 1 I By British star Phyllis Calvert shopping in Hollywood with her

husband, Peter Murray- Hill
October 28, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I FROM BED CE OHARGE OF MURDER

I FROM BED CE OHARGE OF MURDER

FROM BED CE OHARGE OF MURDER «/■ ALTER GRAHAM ROWLAND, 34. taken by detectives * from his bed In a men’s hostel late on Saturday night, was charged 'ln Manchester yesterday with the murder ol a woman on a city bombed site a week before. Rowland, who hat *et«led addre»», will appe
October 28, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“ My Knees Were Going ”

“ My Knees Were Going ”

Knees Were Going The coroner 'Dr W H. Davison i; Whv did you not open the door knees were going. They are going now. The Coroner: 1 am verv pleased vou had opened your mother’s door you would have saved her .Mrs. Collins V«u blame mother’s death on me, In bis summing up the coron
November 20, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Exotic fashions British women n suits, gowns, fn

Exotic fashions British women n suits, gowns, fn

prints oi the np. J reserved for export available women home jumper suit in crepe with coloured tigers, lions, frolicking against golil of the fashion highlights yesterday. Another clas-'ical gown was in a shtmnv satin. Best news about col ■' >s that ali noon
November 20, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Lady Elizabeth ad

Lady Elizabeth ad

Lady Elizabeth LADY Elizabeth Motion, who struck Charles Garden. 19. with a wooden spoon when he visited Kiri friend In Land Armv hostel, yesterday admitted she had made a mistake. . „ She agreed, Herts Quarter Sessions Appeals Committee, that both Garden and his girl friend, Fre
November 20, 1946 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England