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" SLIM

" SLIM

SLIM ith an ALDREX RUBBER RSELETTE Bust sizes vo 49/11 Beautifully tailored from softly lined rubber. bite or Pink. lkside fastening. asurements with alance in 4 its. No extra O.D. if desired. Money back guarantee. ALDREX LTD. Dpt. 71 Newnham, Glos. with ( F 'rte col 1 32' W h Ho
November 16, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Oak Pedestal Cabinet it. Capacious. Drawer, , shelves & locking door. Polished light or dark oak. 32" x 201" x

Oak Pedestal Cabinet it. Capacious. Drawer, , shelves & locking door. Polished light or dark oak. 32" x 201" x

194". 59/ e PiUS 6, 6 Carr. & Pkg Ex-W.D. TWO- TIER Yon° Pattern 7 8 5 u 1 N 6 K Carr. d, mEctxf.:rGde Govt. Mattress ti l fit 39/. k A3l I Carr. pd, 2' 6" wide , FITTED WARDROBE Brown, Green. Carr. Blue or Grey Paid. Primer. Polished Oak Col. £5.5.0 Carr. Paid. 5' x 2' x 1' 8".
November 16, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
!ARS ,astic page in cars due ew Rock Calypso end buy located Full size ~andsOme sliaded mahogany finish, highly Polished.

!ARS ,astic page in cars due ew Rock Calypso end buy located Full size ~andsOme sliaded mahogany finish, highly Polished.

Super treble, and full bass. Warm responses. Solo or with band, please play it, don't let us try to describe a gem. Send 20/- den. NOW and after 7 days trial pay 21 fortnightly payments 20/3d. Cash £l9. 19s. ad. carr. Also finger style model 21 gns. Worth much more. Lists. Terms
March 30, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIS WEEK'S BARGAIN IN CHICKS Heavy-breed Ir 6 EACH D.O. PULLETS Light• Heavy 6 EACH D.O. PULLETS Special Table D.O.

THIS WEEK'S BARGAIN IN CHICKS Heavy-breed Ir 6 EACH D.O. PULLETS Light• Heavy 6 EACH D.O. PULLETS Special Table D.O.

COCKS 6d. EACH 4-weeks old PULLETS 4'6 EACH Specially bred. Selected. Bloodtested Stock. C.W.O. Carriage Paid. Prompt delivery. ROUGHTON FARMS, LTD.; WOODHALL SPA, LINOS. Tele: 3209.
March 30, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'The Bride'

'The Bride'

Just see poor Sooty shake with fright—what HAS he started now? He's rushed into the X-ray room, and nurses wipe his brow. The bear's inside is photographed. The doctor says " Keep still. We'll let you know in half-an-hour what makes you feel so ill." As soon as Sooty is alone, h
November 16, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TORQUAY

TORQUAY

Tommy Traynor, Southampton left back, was injured in a tackle with Graham Bond. He was off for five minutes then went to inside forward, with Don Roper at left back. Torquay fans must be thankful the local town council failed in its bid to ban this Good Friday match. It will ran
April 20, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAt;F. ri

PAt;F. ri

April 20, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Two Tone CAR SEAT FROM TARTAN COVERS 59'6 Complete Sets FOR ALL CARS 933-57 PHONE ENQUIRIES WEL 2897 or send

Two Tone CAR SEAT FROM TARTAN COVERS 59'6 Complete Sets FOR ALL CARS 933-57 PHONE ENQUIRIES WEL 2897 or send

today for Portman's FREE Exclusive 1957 range of Patterns: you must see our outstanding quality before buying vour covers Every set guaranteed PORTMANS (MR 55) 81, George St., Baker St., W.l, 278, Streatham High Road. 5.W.16. 306, Kilburn High Rd. N.W.6. Showrooms open 9-6. All
April 20, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
she had been out wi another lad as she couldn't bear to stop in the house every night. She assured

she had been out wi another lad as she couldn't bear to stop in the house every night. She assured

me that it meant nothing and that those • young people in she still loved me very whom the word " letter " much, so I told her to sets up psychological forget it. paralysis. They seem to One Letter . imagine that a letter has to be a literary master- She was wonderful to piece.
June 11, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ONE-MINUTE PROBLEM

ONE-MINUTE PROBLEM

I AM a widow aged fifty-four. A very kind man, a widower, wants to marry me, He is sixty-two and has his own business. = I think we could be happy, but my elder sister = (unmarried) tells me to be my age. Is it silly, at fifty-four, to marry again ?—(K. R., Fratton.) It would be
June 11, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England