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He gave me I before raid

He gave me I before raid

He gave me before raid ASCHOOLBOY of sixteen, charged yesterday with armed robbery, was alleged to have said, in a statement to the police, that another sixteen-year-old boy gave him " a black gun with a shiny barrel." Mr. J. F. Claxton, prosecuting the boy, Norman Ernest Parsley
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
gun Boy's alleged statement

gun Boy's alleged statement

the other boy, it was alleged, gave Parsley over £2 in silver. They went to the pictures. " This is the only job I have ever done," the alleged state me n t concluded. "We agreed not to use the guns unless we had to." The boy was remanded in custody until November 20, when he wi
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
You like me rl like you If she looks very She- She in her gaily-patterned shirt, then he looks very

You like me rl like you If she looks very She- She in her gaily-patterned shirt, then he looks very

He-He. These cellular cotton shirts are called " Matchmates," and the design shows sombreros, Mexican blankets and cacti in red, blue and yellow. Poe . i *
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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ztarx _Rif

ztarx Batiste Interlining IS WATERPROOF & WINDPROOF Booth Cooper & Co. Ltd., 59 Whitworth St., Manchester, I lALWAYS buy a raincoat which has a BE-Dill zone of protection. Names of raincoats interlined with BE-Dill gladly 0 • sent on receipt of post , J „,,°" card. LOOK FOR THIS
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOMO

TOMO

If you to Beecham's P
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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id-floor bedroom of lace—the one curry patterned chintz in to the big gardens . ed girl will tumble laming and go rush- four today. And was two in August, mportant to say to a t Nanna (Nurse d (Mabel Anderson, the Royal children) say today: "Happy
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JCK RYAN FAIR, SUCK! ANYTHING TO NOW—UPON WHICH LET'S TRY YOU MUST I'LL TRY To DISLODGE ONE THAT DOESN'T T'S

JCK RYAN FAIR, SUCK! ANYTHING TO NOW—UPON WHICH LET'S TRY YOU MUST I'LL TRY To DISLODGE ONE THAT DOESN'T T'S

HAVE HELP ME FORGET LIVER-JERKER SHALL THE GENTLE KNOCK OFF COME FROM THE GROVES OF A LOOK THAT WINNING WE START, ZOLA 2 GEE - GEES A COCONUT / ? ot,k,BRITISH IRON FOUNDRY ! DRIVE OF YOURS FOR ME ~___, AT THE AFTER a. 4 . BUCK 0 • , Ili . a „.,,,' II 1 . 272 /- . , TEA'S READY,
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAKE ME FOR CHRISTMAS _......,-...-..,:,

MAKE ME FOR CHRISTMAS _......,-...-..,:,

MAKE ME FOR CHRISTMAS IT'S SO EASY! -SAYS RAYMOND THE RABBIT I'm Just one of the many adorable soft toys so inexpensive to make with Raynbow Handicraft Felts. The patterns are easy to follow and the directions simple and straightforward. It's most satisfactory and money-saving, t
November 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DIFFERENT...

DIFFERENT...

.. , ~ r. . . • • • .fi r • • • • - • • .. • • • • • :: ' : • , for her AERO—the milk , chocolate that different! , For a new experience in delightful full-cream milk BY ROIVNTREES chocolate that melts in your mouth in a moment:
November 13, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 13, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England