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DAILY MIRROR, Monday. February 8, 1954 PAGE 5 EDINBURGH • LONDON • MANCHESTER It ' s tastier ... crisper •

DAILY MIRROR, Monday. February 8, 1954 PAGE 5 EDINBURGH • LONDON • MANCHESTER It ' s tastier ... crisper •

delicious more to eat After a brisk game of hockey, the best goal is Macvita. For putting back energy, for building up strength and for sheer pleasure too, nothing scores over delicious Macvita, Britain's finest crispbread. Splendid for breakfast, lunch, tea or supper. All the f
February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CUT 'EM UP!

CUT 'EM UP!

says Clifford Davis IT'S time TV did something about these Saturday night newsreels. It's a good idea to give us a fiftyminute bumper edition of the week's newsreels, but what about a little cutting-up and rearrangement ? I find it very irritating when the same items, covered on
February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Even a child

Even a child

t ar
February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 10 DAILY MIRROR, Monday, February 1954 MADE BY ROWNTREES s . u - hv Lt. r*-V 4 ALt yVVV'

PAGE 10 DAILY MIRROR, Monday, February 1954 MADE BY ROWNTREES s . u - hv Lt. r*-V 4 ALt yVVV'

ctAiocow-k4, THE REST OF THE STORY There are two reasons why Black Magic chocolates are worth writing home about. First, those really luscious centres. And then, however much you pay, you won't find better chocolates than Black Magic. This is because Rowntrees put all the value
February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Monday, February 8, 1954 PAGE 13 land la er's fin er

DAILY MIRROR, Monday, February 8, 1954 PAGE 13 land la er's fin er

February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
flames steadily for more than i 5 minutes, even in poor draught. ZIP is completely deodorized and leaves no residue.

flames steadily for more than i 5 minutes, even in poor draught. ZIP is completely deodorized and leaves no residue.

Clean to handle, easy to store —a dozen take up much less space than firewood. Grateful -! housewives pay tribute to ZIP h Thousands seves o n f o m w od t e a r: - advantage of time and f trouble-saving ZIP, the chemical fire- lighter that never fails. _ a No paper or wood is n
February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Too Keen

Too Keen

MOMENT of drama at Boundary Park as an anxious George Hardwick, Oldham's, player-manager,
February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By 808 FERRIER

By 808 FERRIER

centre forward in contemporary football, he is' eager, fast and plays with a physical zest rather like Hickson, of Everton. But when, after a spill with Arthur Willis, Monkhouse was obviously in pain from a wrist injury, the Tottenham crowd hounded him unmercifully. After every
February 8, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHUCK IT, LORD A!

CHUCK IT, LORD A!

WHAT has come over Lord Alexander of Hillsborough, the Socialist peer who used to be plain A. V. Alexander of the Co-op? In the House of Lords he sides with the Government in refusing an inquiry into the sacking of Admiral Sir Dudley North in 1940. Admiral North claims he was ma
June 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The man who lost I I stone

The man who lost I I stone

. and AFTER Sentence too light, Egypt protests Egypt has protested to Britain over the commutation of the death sentence on Fusilier Edward Mc- Kinney in connection with the death of an Egyptian police officer.* The twelveyear gaol term imposed is " too light," say Egypt's Forei
June 17, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England