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IT MAKE FATHER

IT MAKE FATHER

"Stay at home, Mum," wrote eight out of every ten readers who joined in the argument of you picked up ie question : Should with the children — give them a better 'Y PER CENT SAID STAY AT HOME. you, too, Proops," Tents that interested tose from children.. tar-old en she _ misses
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ON the side of the Mums who go out to work is Mrs. I. J. Leslie, of Basingstoke, Hants. "It

ON the side of the Mums who go out to work is Mrs. I. J. Leslie, of Basingstoke, Hants. "It

needs grit to be a mother, wife and worker. Hats off to those undaunted, uncrushed women," says she.
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Pine trims mean a I lot

Pine trims mean a I lot

11 ANY mothers write to ask me about haircuts for their little boys, and this is the advice I always give. It is a good idea to let him be a boy as soon as possible, and give him his first manly haircut when he's round about thirteen months old—like the little chap in our pictur
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE WENT TO THE WRONG COURSE

HE WENT TO THE WRONG COURSE

HARRY HANNON, the Lamb ourn trainer, went to Newmarket instead of Wincanton yesterday, hoping to see his horse Pallas Athene win the 1.30, the Cowl in g e Selling Stakes. But he was disappointed. For Pallas Athene did not run because Harry arrived only seconds before the " off,"
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Bite the sparkle of a rippling stream!

Bite the sparkle of a rippling stream!

Gay as the darts of sun on water, sweet as the song of a tinkling stream, merry as dancing, tumbling ripples—that's CRUNCHIE! Revel in its smooth milk chocolate, munch its crispy golden centre—CRUNCHIE munching is really D something! ONLY CRUNCHIE makes exciting biting!
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Friday, October 29. 1954 PACE 5 lea for actress Nanette in , XT ANETTE NEWM A N, beautiful

DAILY MIRROR, Friday, October 29. 1954 PACE 5 lea for actress Nanette in , XT ANETTE NEWM A N, beautiful

twenty-year-old television and screen star, was fined Bat Bow- USELESS EUSTACE street yesterday for shoplifting. She admitted stealing a cardigan, Al jumper, and a skirt, worth a total of I. 0 2s. from a West End store. Pleading leniency, her counsel told court Newman be married
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS

THE PRESS

This has been a severe experience for Eisenhower, for American Press conferences—like our own—can be a tough ordeal, especially for someone inex-
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE SCARF IS BROWNED-OFF!

THE SCARF IS BROWNED-OFF!

Fiiiiiinininiiiitonducted by The Old Codgersiiiiiiiiiiiiinw Letter from Mrs. M. WHITE, St. Ira-La-La Catherine's-road, 0I d Bletchley From Mr. TOM ROBIN(Bucks): SON, Whitstable (Kent): I WAS living in the North of Eng- I sn 't it s t range th e e ff ec t land in 1914. In 1915 my
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WORLD NEWS SPOTLIGHT STORY OF THE LITTLE D THE QUEEN ULDN'T SHAKE

WORLD NEWS SPOTLIGHT STORY OF THE LITTLE D THE QUEEN ULDN'T SHAKE

'DAILY MIRROR' REPORTERS Princess Anne, they might get scarlet fever." Kathie did not miss the Queen altogether. She watched her arrive from a town hall balcony and got a big thrill when the Queen looked up ana said " Good morning." A Big Cheer En the seats on either side of Kat
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England