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Nestle's Milk Richest

Nestle's Milk Richest

Nestle's Milk is often preferred by those who like their tea sweet and rich. Show a TRIM Pair of Heels Have your shoe heels finished with TRIMS, the new metal-rimmed loather heel tips that always look Heat and smart and make heels last three times as long. TRIMS will unprove you
June 11, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YORK CASH IN

YORK CASH IN

By ARCHIE LEDBROOKE YORK CITY'S signing of Alan Monkhouse from Newcastle means the red light to every other club in the Third Division North. York are the wealthiest club in the section. And they have given new manager Sam Bartram the go-ahead to buy several players in the hope
June 11, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
4.30--THE VEIL

4.30--THE VEIL

PRINCE DOUBLE: BLUE MINK (nap) and THE VEIL. 2.0 FORM IN A FLASH —APPRENTICES' HANDICAP. £3OO added. 11m. 1313-33 Beavan C. Leigh (Masson), 4-7-11 (CD) 000-413 Dark Spur V. Smyth (V. Smyth), 4-7-11 (SF) 0-01030 Red Urchin Mrs L Willett (H. T. Cross), 6-7-9 (13) J. Thompsoff.fft
June 11, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 11, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TODAY he has

TODAY he has

another chance, but—
July 2, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 2, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE TORE UP A SIGNAL BO

HE TORE UP A SIGNAL BO

Show a TRIM Pair of Heels Have your shoe heels finished with TRIMS, the new metal-rimmed leather heel tips that always look neat and smart and make heels last will run- So
July 2, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COWBOY STEWAR

COWBOY STEWAR

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July 2, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IELINDA

IELINDA

UCK • YAN BUSINg • oeUM 'NTS. IT'LL BE INTERESTING YE THAT'S MY BLISiNESSI NOW IF PIE ONLY 0 .1 iSS, OF ANY TO KNOW WHAT YOUR TURN OVER AND Gc? TO SLEEP KNEW IT— 14N L? VALUE TO YOU. WE BUSINESS IS OF 7N/EF IF I HEAR A MOVE, ILL BE SACK THIS MASK 7 WERE pus TO LEAVE r YOU, FOR S
July 2, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BAR THAT GOES ON AND ON AND ON!

THE BAR THAT GOES ON AND ON AND ON!

Jf:.`•: ~: ::i:: 1;}:;% <_ EUNICE DAVIDSON writes from Butlin's, Filey, Yorks: I beg to disagree with the two "longest Bars" you've mentioned so far. The French Bar here is about 198 feet in length, and here is a picture of it. Looks pretty long to us. but where's everybody gone
July 2, 1956 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England