GREAT BRITAIN: Something About a Soldier?

In Lewisham, Mrs. Edith Robinson, 32, had quadruplets, and the news caused scarcely a ripple. Normally the chances are 600,000-to-1. But this was the fifth set born in Britain in a year, the third set born to wives of servicemen, the second set to wives of R.A.F. men.

Aircraftman K. Robinson, home on one-day leave and already the father of two, named his latest Linda, Carol, Pauline and David, reported that each has a"quiff of fair hair."

The hospital said that Mrs. Robinson spent a restful night.


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