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January 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

January 10, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
catch more colds?

catch more colds?

SOME MOTHERS try to shield their children from the slightest risk of infection. They keep them indoors when it rains, wrap them up warmly, (often a bit too warmly!) in all weathers, and are always saying, 'Don't do this, darling,' and ' Don't do that .' But the fact remains that
January 10, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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OREM 0 IWO REPO DEMUR 0 MROOO

January 10, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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House, Rolls Bldg s.. Fetter-lane. Loudon., E.C.4.—Thursday. January 10. 1952. .11 r 0 3 2 ; 4 bi 0. OAQ 4 V 4. Tel : Holuora 43' SO OcCOMSL. CRUMBS , YOU SEE BERT' Hai MRS. GAGE WHY IVE CARE .' AND IT'S SAYS SHE EAVY LIKE. OF IT.' IF MRS. F. IT'S HER: • I --- MESEEHSINI 4 -•- H
January 10, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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By NOEL WHITCOMB

By NOEL WHITCOMB

THERE is a pretty sidelight on the A penalties of fame in the story told to me yesterday by veteran actor Herbert Walton—a story against himself. Herbert. now seventy-six—the tenth generation of a theatre family, and son of the famous Witty-Watty Walton—is a real old trouper. He
January 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Plump Mrs. Foster said: " It was just a house before Olga came, but it has been a real home

Plump Mrs. Foster said: " It was just a house before Olga came, but it has been a real home

fo. the last two years." Olga told me: "I don't want to go away, please. No one has asked me where I want to live. I have ever so many dresses now. I'm learning to play the piano and Daddy is teaching me French. It's ever so nice living here. I have been so happy with my new Mum
January 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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GeialdineHouse.Rolls Bldgs.. Fetter-lane. London, E.CA.—Wednesday, January 9, 1952. Tel. Holborn 43: ~ than In t alt air ie t his h a o 8. -g or le, at h i . Itl g lee. Israeli Go WED., FORWARD WITH oa ma y e ra l one warns: mirror 9 THE PEOPLE We + By HAROLD HUTCHINSON crush te
January 9, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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FORWARD WITH THE 14.998 PEOPLE Registered at G.P.O. as a Newspaper. DRINKER drinks bought before " called, is to be barred in future at func4 "ottiti,idlands city. Professor R. Peers, presidinif th e %ve Magistrates' court, said yesterday. t he t hat where we grant occasional li
February 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
QTY WATCH BOY DROWN W TER 4 ft. DEEP BlaF

QTY WATCH BOY DROWN W TER 4 ft. DEEP BlaF

WATCH BOY DROWN W TER 4 ft. DEEP .mmer. brought the boy but could not r A great pity with l a iose people standing that the boy w recovered mor ckly," said the Barnsleyi ;trict coroner. Verdict isadventure. + APTAIN F. D. Par ler, and Ken Da ,porary mate of the tug) , 'moil will
February 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England