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.. . Jenng trips up ~:l T was a wonderful morning the of 326 housewives voted v o o f

.. . Jenng trips up ~:l T was a wonderful morning the of 326 housewives voted v o o f

t a e i d u the Persil-washed tea-towel the school bell hadn't . rung yet and Jenny felt fine in her freshly washed Yes, Persil beats the lot ! • Persil forms NO SCUM, even in hard white frock. Washed in one of the new washing powders wa A te n r d . She skipped gaily on her way
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Britain's Mr. 614 k

Britain's Mr. 614 k

First in favour First in fashion First in fit What a shoe to get into ! Tops for looks —and so comfortable you don't know you're wearing it! Easily the most popular shoe on earth! Unlined in rich brown leather or rich soft suede. Also m navy suede. 75/- at the . ........... ..)?
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, April 29, 1952

Tuesday, April 29, 1952

April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The bread and jam children

The bread and jam children

AGIRL, twelve, and her two brothers, four and three. refused to sit at a table for meals when they were admitted to a children's home. " They just grabbed food and ran away eating it," a court was told yesterday. " For the first three days," Mr. Albert Woolman, superintendent of
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IST DE R THE SAKE nham (Essex) d for damages ristine Baskerof Eton-grove, (Middlesex), on of breach of nd fraudulent

IST DE R THE SAKE nham (Essex) d for damages ristine Baskerof Eton-grove, (Middlesex), on of breach of nd fraudulent

t of the fact married when 'ough a form of ith her in 1945. he married his in 1916. They 1927, after his tat she had been with another ast saw her in out if Mr. O'Grady wa s guilty of bigamy, didn't you ?—Yes. Were you prepared to prosecute him for bigamy ? —Yes, to save my baby
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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onals immy

April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`The Thing' Cup ticked;

`The Thing' Cup ticked;

" Daily Mirror " Reporter SO you want a ticket for the Cup Final, eh ? Well, here's a min who's hoping to get a coupleonly four days before the match. _ _ Mr. Peter Russell, a " Geordie," living in exile in Halesowen, Worcs, thinks he has The Thing that will bring nostalgia to t
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
II W, : x _llor4

II W, : x _llor4

It was recently reported in the Daily Press that a mother should be able to buy reliable infants' shoes for to/- to 15/- a pair. This is a fact—and the Budget has made no difference. In most shoe shops you will find a good selection of the Little Toddlers Regd. Brands of infants'
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`You led me to first drink'

`You led me to first drink'

AYOUNG man, the night before being hanged for murdering his sweetheart, sent for his Baptist minister, Mr. Arnold S. Clark told the Baptist Union Assembly in London last night. The young man recalled a social gathering he and the minister had attended some time previously, Mr. C
April 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England