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clOthes from ddry cleaner's shop. The total value of the stolen clothes was £177, Liverpool magistrates were told. Both were

clOthes from ddry cleaner's shop. The total value of the stolen clothes was £177, Liverpool magistrates were told. Both were

committed to the assizes, and Ryan was also allowed bail. After his plea for bail so that Smith could again see his son, who had cried for him, Mr. H. Livermore told the c our t that Smith Wished to express his thanks to all who had taken steps to secure his release so quickly.
April 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"Are you not risking the greatest of your possessions For children are your riches, and upon their training for well

"Are you not risking the greatest of your possessions For children are your riches, and upon their training for well

or ill depends the whole order of their father's house." SOCRATES said that about the year 410 B.C. If Socrates had added the word "feeding" either in place of "training" or in conjunction with it, he would have been even more right. Nothing but the best is good enough if you wa
April 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ILL STALIN

ILL STALIN

ICS 101-473 TES HILDA CO. LTD., LONDON, DROLAND TUST before thirty-nine-year-old Mrs. " Kate Field put her two sons, Hugh, 8, and Alan, 6, to bed at Corringhamroad, London, N.W., last night, she picked up the phone and sent this cable to Stalin: I BEG YOU TO HELP FIND MY HUSBAND
April 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VIEWPOINT

VIEWPOINT

HOLIDAYS trate should say how much she should have and see hat she has it.—J. Pow-IL S there any sensible reason why children nall, Twickenham, Middleshould be given so many, and so prolonged, holidays? A few days at Christmas, Easter and Whitsun, with, say, three weeks in the s
April 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Page 2 THE DAILY MIRROR Wednesday, April 16, 1952 RAI 9.8 New( 9.10 Hot = Choice. - 9.55 Ply( 10.0

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April 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COURT TOLD

COURT TOLD

AMAN of twenty-two, alleged to have abducted a girl of eighteen, was remanded on bail at Lambeth (London) yesterday. He was said to have given himself up to the police on Easter Monday. THE MAN, Edward Richard Pytchley, a labourer, of Albion House, Amelia-street, Walworth, S.E.,
April 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England