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A lonely woman took a child

A lonely woman took a child

court told WHILE Mrs. Vanessa Stainton was shopping in a store with her two children, she told a court yesterday, a woman said to her: " I hate the bloke I am married to, but I do love kiddies. I have often thought what a lark it would be to take one of these, not meaning any ha
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page - 3 weaning When should baby start on solid foods? IF HE weighs 15 lbs.—which will probably be when

Page - 3 weaning When should baby start on solid foods? IF HE weighs 15 lbs.—which will probably be when

he's about five months—it's time to give him more than milk. And the right way to start is with Robrex, the modern pre-cooked baby-food. It contains 3 cereals, with added vitamins and minerals necessary for sturdy growth. Robrex combines wheat, oats and barley in a smooth creamy
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LETTERS, PROBLEMS, TRUE IN TO . . STORIES ALL ROLL

LETTERS, PROBLEMS, TRUE IN TO . . STORIES ALL ROLL

The first letter to World Post Box this week comes from a grown-up In South Africa, who writes: lAM sure my Teddy Bear must be one of the oldest—born in 1904 or 1905. His only serious illness was an attack of moth, but as he has a weak ankle he prefers to wear boots. He travels
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
9.15 Guard Mar:

9.15 Guard Mar:

April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PEER MAKES APOLOGY FOR `BESSIE' QUIP

PEER MAKES APOLOGY FOR `BESSIE' QUIP

A N apology was read in the Commons yesterday from Lord Mancroft for a quip which was raised by Mrs. Barbara Castle (Lab., Blackburn, E.) as a breach of the privilege protecting M.P.s. Lord Mancroft was reported to have turned to some M.P.s at a meeting of the Primrose League on
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AFTER EASTER SALE DOG'S TOOTH

AFTER EASTER SALE DOG'S TOOTH

SHEPHERDS' PLAIDS BLOCK & GLEN CHECKS All Lux-Tested Finish All Wool Afgalaines, in 12 tashionable shades. Woollen Skirtings, navy, nigger, bottle. Wine only. ALL ONE PRICE ALL TAX FREE yd. ALL 54" WIDE Post & Packing 1/- extra Write for patterns SPEN VALLEY MILL (Dept. D.M.), 2
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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•:v • :11 Let.: 15)

Let.: Answered by THE OLD CODGERS ted 'e is Mrs. IZAGUE, Houns(Middlesex) : ely what is most d is a governof BUSINESS The Deuce! .. . From Mr. A. G. JOHN- S 0 N, Maidstone- road, Rochester: Will you tell the people of Ventnor, Isle of Wight, that the Devil does not take a holiday
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 10 ITALY OBJECTS TO NORTHERN 'SILVERSTONE' CONTINENTAL ca r racing world is keeping an anxious eye on a lonely

Page 10 ITALY OBJECTS TO NORTHERN 'SILVERSTONE' CONTINENTAL ca r racing world is keeping an anxious eye on a lonely

airfield in Berwickshire, Charterhall, where three motor racing clubs are hoping to start the Silverstone of the North. And so seriously is at least one Grand Prix nation, Italy, treating this threat to its supremacy, that an objection has been lodged with the Royal Automobile C
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE FAMOUS HOHNER MELODEON FOR ONLY 20'- i MONTHLY supplied on first payment of 40/-. balance by 5 monthly 201-

THE FAMOUS HOHNER MELODEON FOR ONLY 20'- i MONTHLY supplied on first payment of 40/-. balance by 5 monthly 201-

instalments and final payment of 22/- or £7/13/S cash or sent C.O.D. This superb instrument iwith straps) comprises 10 keys (20 notes push and pull), 4 basses. finest steel reeds. New and second-hand accordions to £4OO. H.P. terms. BELL ACCORDIONS. LTD. 157/159, Ewell Rd., Surbi
April 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England