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They said it yesterday RIP van WINKLE MAC, BY WILSON

They said it yesterday RIP van WINKLE MAC, BY WILSON

PREMIER Macmillan has been "talking about spring sunshine from his long Rip van Winkle hibernation," said Labour Leader Harold Wilson yesterday. He told miners at Aberdare, Glamorgan: "Of S t ruggle for the course he has, because we are getting near a General emerging minds Elec
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, April 28. 1963 PARENTS WALK OUT ON THEIR EIGHT CHILDREN

SUNDAY MIRROR, April 28. 1963 PARENTS WALK OUT ON THEIR EIGHT CHILDREN

FED UP with being out of work, Ron Campbell decided to leave town with his wife Marjorie in search of a new future. And behind them they left their eight children—for the council to look after. They did not tell the children—eldest fourteen, youngest six—that they were going. No
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Nurses'

Nurses'

SUNDAY MIRROR REPORTER BRITAIN'S 300,000 nurses were given a pay rise yesterday. But at the same time the board and lodging charges paid by the nurses were increased, too. And this will mean virtual pay cuts of up to 2s. 4d. a week for some nursing auxiliaries and students. A nu
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
"I'm just dying to meet your wi daughter again—the time I pigtails and • "All I can say is: Thank

"I'm just dying to meet your wi daughter again—the time I pigtails and • "All I can say is: Thank

Cod HIS finger isn't on the button!" 4 " I'm beginning to sus- "1 wish you wouldn't pect they're out of take those weather re- ammunition." ports so seriously!" "Von Bronstein hates small talk"
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
A SHOCK FOR THE WEALTHY WIVES Now they must do their own shopping

A SHOCK FOR THE WEALTHY WIVES Now they must do their own shopping

Mr. William Wood, a former cashier for Colebrook's who now works for Greig's in Reading, told me: " Some of the letters of complaint we have had are quite abusive. " But cash business is proving better. Vans and drivers cost a lot of money. "We are saving that now and passing th
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, April 28 1969

SUNDAY MIRROR, April 28 1969

28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
The wayward daughter and the GOOD FATHER

The wayward daughter and the GOOD FATHER

28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
JUST HOW MUCH are parents expected to forgive? Just how long must their love last when a child disgraces them

JUST HOW MUCH are parents expected to forgive? Just how long must their love last when a child disgraces them

? Caroline Lindsay - Fynn was nearly twenty-one when she left her wealthy parents' home to live with a man for whom she felt, and still feels. intense love. With him she adopted a way of life so appalling that many parents would feel that they never wanted to see her again. But
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
BATH' SkriTilr mak Ar• soickl

BATH' SkriTilr mak Ar• soickl

BATH' IS THE BIG CHOICE Yes, really big. You choose from no less than six hundred superbly built, carefully finished sheds, greenhouses, garages and Spacemaster Extra Rooms when you buy from the big Bathspace range. And just see these valuable Bathspace features. Anti-rot cedar t
28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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28 April 1963 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England