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WELDONS ENCYCLOP&DIA OF NEEDLEWORK

WELDONS ENCYCLOP&DIA OF NEEDLEWORK

It's IDEA-Planned ! NEWLY REVISED A NEW IDEA in Needlework! Every branch of needlework literally at your finger tips—explained stepby - step by Weldons f amous experts, with the aid of hundreds of illustrations, from the choice of materials to the finished article. Simply turn t
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Friday, October 29, 1954 PAGE 3 He tells court: We argued, then—

DAILY MIRROR, Friday, October 29, 1954 PAGE 3 He tells court: We argued, then—

October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CASSANDRA The Prose of Persuasion

CASSANDRA The Prose of Persuasion

HERE are several good recipes for public oratory most of which are known to Sir Winston Churchill and some of which have been recorded by Lord Samuel: " Three things are needed for great oratory: not the orator only, but also a great theme and a great CASSANDRA SAYS: "The audien
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SNAPS SKILLED RADIAL DRILLERS HOUSING

SNAPS SKILLED RADIAL DRILLERS HOUSING

Successful applicants from th 4 London or Greater Londor Areas will be guaranteed c HOUSE in the New Town 01 Stevenage; but lodging accom modotion can be found for single applicants from other areas. Apply In writing, quoting Ref. D.M.2 to: The Personnel Manager. The de Havillan
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE FLUTTERS

THE FLUTTERS

AND ANOTHER THING/ THE YHE'S TAKING ALL THE MONEY AND CATCHING THE NIGHT GIRL FREDDIE MARRIED WASN'T EVEN IN THE LIST OF RUNNERS EXPRESS TO SCOTLAND .... COURSE BEING A SINGLE DUNN° MOST OF THE BLOKES ARE CHAP H E CAN COME AND •4'. SOUNDED LIKE SAYING THAT ARTHUR THE FRONT GO P
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROMEO BROWN

ROMEO BROWN

DAILY MIRROR. Friday, October 29. 1954 PAGE 11 N Z5B " BUT 4 I SEARCHES LOLA S A BEDROOM, THE DOOR OPENS AND THE FILM STAR HERSELF I A OH! ALKS 1N.... I THIS IS A • • A RAN! BIT OF LUCK/ • , THE BEDROOM • / DOOR IS / r OPEN. / 1 1 I ... , , , NOW WHERE DOES • SHE KEEP THAT / A S
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TV and TELEVISION 3.0 Boss Comes to Dinner. 3.30 Lakes and Leisure. 3.50 Made in Austria. 6.0 Children: Jigsaw. 7.25

TV and TELEVISION 3.0 Boss Comes to Dinner. 3.30 Lakes and Leisure. 3.50 Made in Austria. 6.0 Children: Jigsaw. 7.25

Weather. 7.30 News and Newsreel. 7.45 The Grove Family. 8.5 Inventors' Club. 8.45 And So To Bentley. 9.15 In The News. 9.45 Garrison Theatre. 10.30 Facts and Figures. 10.40 app. News. HOME Bedtime. 11.20 Show Band. 11.50 News. 6.30 Creswell Colliery Band. 6.50 Market Report. 7.0
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WINNERS, PRICES

WINNERS, PRICES

Double for Gosden's stable NEWMARKET: Going good. 1.15. MORTIFICATION (C. Smirke), w.o. (Thomson Jones. Newmarket.) 1.30. PORTHOS (K. Gethin. 2-1 jf). 1; Flit (6-1), 2; Flying Weather (4-1), 3. 11 ran. 1. 2. Also: 2 jf Trimbleston, 100-6 Paprika Roclilian, 20 Wind in the Willows
October 29, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
mothers

mothers

husbands and the babies should undergo a series of blood tests. The blood tests, said the hospital, proved conclusively that NEITHER FATHER AND MOTHER COULD POSSIBLY BE THE PARENTS OF THE CHILD THEY HAD IN THEIR CARE. Each mother still refused to part with " her " baby. Their Ha
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England