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LONGEST NOAI

LONGEST NOAI

Work is to begin in 1950 on the world's longest road. a 5.000-mile two-lane highway across Canada. linking St. John's. Newfoundland. on the Atlantic. with Vancouver Island on the Pacific.
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IT'S THE WOMEN WHO HAVE TO COPE, THEY SAY

IT'S THE WOMEN WHO HAVE TO COPE, THEY SAY

THE burden of Britain's difficulties are still borne largely by women. says a Labour Party booklet " To All Women." issued today. They have to cope with shortages. rising pricesand " about Wednesday they are wondering how they can manage. "After the week-end shopping. Friday's c
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
3 Winning Party Dresses—and Prize Clown

3 Winning Party Dresses—and Prize Clown

iv .115), Bradford. It is red OM, Thaines Ditton. It and white check taffeta is in pink organdi e. trimmed with "Broderie with a large, pointed col- Anglaise" and black rellarette, off the shoulder. vet bows. The 'Children's Mirror' Perpetual Calendar 94 a I I I 0 3 0 3/ I 2 0 9
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
a Job Indoors!

a Job Indoors!

Potato forks have flat also applies to your RAKE prongs. Always buy forged handle. which must have steel forks and make sure its teeth well rivetted. they have a good " ring" The one rule which apwhen you tap them on the plies when you are buying floor. any tools is this: Spend
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GERMAN TRADE TALKS SOON

GERMAN TRADE TALKS SOON

Trade talks between Britain and West Germany are to be held between January 11 and 17. a British spokesman said Yesterday in Frankfurt. " Very extensive " talks will take place either in Frankfurt or London—a Idecision will probably be made this week-end. t "''4'.,' I t • • 1 ~
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
-And the man who stays in FOB two months a prisoner in Wandsworth Gaol, London, planned an escape. Every night

-And the man who stays in FOB two months a prisoner in Wandsworth Gaol, London, planned an escape. Every night

while others slept, he scraped laboriously around his cell window. He had set himself to remove the fifty - six bricks which secured the bars of the window —all with a table knife. He had whispered to fellow prisoners that he wanted to be home for the New Year. Before dawn he wo
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
stays STOP SWALLOWIN THESE 'RULES' ABOUT BABY szs

stays STOP SWALLOWIN THESE 'RULES' ABOUT BABY szs

stays STOP SWALLOWIN THESE 'RULES' ABOUT BABY PARENTS are far too gullible in accepting cast-iron theories about how they should bring up their children, a psychiatrist declared yesterday. Babies and parents vary so much that all sets of rigid rules—feeding always " by the clock,
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mrs. I kettl

Mrs. I kettl

IRS. MARGAREI I- outskirts of There were only a 1: all was calm and pi Suddenly it happ children on their w the club house, wrec he room was empty the nose of which heap of groaning paint Then, with her rirstue. "l could see they shalt and thought im she told the Daily Mirr " I
December 31, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England