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DAVINA PORTMAN said

DAVINA PORTMAN said

wedding, Davina, who is twenty-one and who was first in a list of beauties for 1953, still earns pin money by modelling. She was modelling hair styles in London only yesterday. But Davina is much in demand for this type of work—so I expect it is gold-pin money that she really ge
January 14, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ELLA, 80, AND IMMY, 20, KISS AND MAKE UN

ELLA, 80, AND IMMY, 20, KISS AND MAKE UN

From STAN MAYS New York, Wednesday. a wealthy, eighty-year-old woman . lost her case today ,iming annulment of her :iage to a twenty-yearwaiter, the couple (denly kissed and made left for a " second teymoon." Avely, red-haired Mrs. a McKinney, who owns New York boarding‘, marrie
January 14, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
to carry their to success

to carry their to success

And he is a last minute fancy to qualify for the final. With ten yards start over Spence he might do it. too. John has a stiff hurdle in his heat. He has only a three yards advantage over the coloured runner R. Gordon, Edinburgh, who won the event in 1945. But D. McDonald, Glasg
January 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IRISH SPORT `MAC' FINDS

IRISH SPORT `MAC' FINDS

" Daily Mirror " Reporter JIMMY Mei NTOS H, thirteen-year-old s o n of Distillery player-manager Jimmy Mclntosh, went and saw a Boys' Brigade football match—and found a centre forward. Young Mac's discovery is Dave Gourley, 18—and he is so good that manager Mclntosh has dropped
January 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By Mail

By Mail

The club started in an odd way. In 1945, I wrote an article about a chap called Norman Ford who wanted some mates to go with him on a ten-year cruise round the world in his boat. By the time replies started rolling in, Norman was on his way to Burma. But, while sweating through
February 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BLENDED GABARDINES Mrs.

BLENDED GABARDINES Mrs.

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February 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DISPRIN

DISPRIN

is recommended for all those conditions in which aspirin would otherwise be taken. From all Chemists. 50-tablet bottle 3/2d. 26-tablet bottle 1111 d. 8-tablet pocket pack 81cl.
February 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 1 0 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, February 9, 1954 RINSO DOES all the hard work with real soap. Smooth, rich

PAGE 1 0 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, February 9, 1954 RINSO DOES all the hard work with real soap. Smooth, rich

soap suds that put magic into your washing water. There's nothing like it for getting clothes perfectly clean. Do remember this: the soapier the suds, the cleaner and softer your clothes. That's why Rinso suds have now been made extra soapy. No wonder Rinso gives you a perfect w
February 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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in your DIFFERE.. . for her, AERO—the milk • chocolate that ' s different! BY ROWREES For a new experience in delightful full-cream milk chocolate that melts in your mouth in a moment.
February 9, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England