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October 19, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Roger ready

Roger ready

Dit. ROGER BANNISTER, first man to beat the four-minute mile. expects to be called up for the Army next month Olympic damage OLYMPIC GAMES athletes caused £B.OOO damage at Melbourne's Olympic village last year. M.rty bid SOUTHPORT are making a bid for Stan Mortensen, former Engl
February 8, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
You're never too young to enjoy yourself

You're never too young to enjoy yourself

You may be two . .. you may be eighty-two—you're never too young or too old to enjoy yourself. And sheer, honest-to-goodness enjoyment is the simple meaning of Kellogg's Corn Flakes. Fill a gleaming bowl with these crisp and curly flakes, pour on the milk, shake on the sugar ...
July 26, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Why be mean with Zebras?

Why be mean with Zebras?

FIVE hundred children on our housing estate. including my own small daughter. have to cross a young people are rude to their elders. And young shop assistants generally couldn't care less whether busy junction to go to treat him— when the star- they serve customers or not. schoo
July 26, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROBINSOfiI/COBI.BY RICE

ROBINSOfiI/COBI.BY RICE

ROBINSO f i I / CO BI.BY RICE relief. 016 thermal Powder: 1110.41x.613 TODAY. Tablets . 100 IT TEL MAKERS ROBINSON'S CROATS AND KOBEL' TAD 14up1tfit THE RA lONE The Girl ..-eR Pie Left ~ Behind. C i A l f Yi si r l yot Tg MILANI ER Ea! earee4* fortipeviac4fed Wherever you are .ot
July 26, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MENNE

MENNE

LIQUID CORN IPEMOYER
July 26, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Faultless

Faultless

In the tirst round Dawn took Zarlsrath Rambler on a perfectly faultless trip. And the British team incurred a total of only tour faults Dawn and Earisiath Rambler dropped (cur faults in the second round. Then came Ted Williams. on Dumbell. and he also lost four faults. Everythin
July 26, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
so practical...

so practical...

i i l 4 to', men are so practical. For handbags 1 Prete: crocodile skin." Prev c.ssi I thought. And said so. "Oh, no." declared M. Bardot, "masculine men will always look masculine. Feminine-looking m e n will always look feminine.' Incidentally . .. M. Bardot is no relation of
January 24, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EMU NIB

EMU NIB

AQUIET. unassuming • man in rimless spectacles walked briskly out
January 24, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THORNEYCROF SAYS • BRITAIN 1S ,p FACING vi RUIN ...

THORNEYCROF SAYS • BRITAIN 1S ,p FACING vi RUIN ...

THORNEYCROF SAYS BRITAIN 1S FACING RUIN ... Mr. Peter Therneyerott The B\g, Economic Debate For toffee Ainitiello . wa;a When I - was just, a tot i he 4.5 ed to take me into ' . Andbkly the best theSittgot, 4. that we choge The kind. I choose too But now it's known as TOFF-o-LUXE
January 24, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England