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Come to Olympia

Come to Olympia

ARCADIA, the ideal home of the classical world, is translated into modern idiom in this year's Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition. Every aspect of home-making in the modern world is lavishly treated in this most exciting of all Exhibitions. The higher standards, the new ideas you
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE WITNEY BLANKET CO., LT

THE WITNEY BLANKET CO., LT

LONDON AMUSEMENTS CARLTON—Tomorr: Beneath the 2-Mile Reef (U). Cinema Scope. Tch EMPIRE—Ger. 1234. Kiss Me Kate (U). Colour & Perfected 3-D. GAUMONT. Hmkt.—Cornel Wilde in Star of India (0). 'Teen. 'Alva (U). Progs. comm. 1.0, 4.15, 7.30. LEIG.-SO. TH.—Judy Holliday in It Should
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SEE OUR NEW OUTSIZE DEPT -SIZES UP TO 60" HIPS

SEE OUR NEW OUTSIZE DEPT -SIZES UP TO 60" HIPS

Ealing's best comedy idea to date... genuinely rib : tickling "I have just seen a film which has excited me to a pitch which no responsible critic should allow himself to reach" Beverley Baxter Evening Standard X6AROYAL New Zealand JOURNEI A Full-l. 'h r O.S, , PRESENT A MICHAEL
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DRAGGED HIM BACK

DRAGGED HIM BACK

He's out of tais fight and nearly out of this world. But they drag him back to his corner, which should be his sanctuary but which is, in fact, his cemetery. They drag him back, and I mean drag, with the tips of his boxing boots drawing eccentric doodles in the resin dust, and h
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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CROSSWORD

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March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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ACROSS

ACROSS

1, Lures; 5, Attire; 9, Tremble; 10, Child; 11,, Advantage; 13, Trim; 15, Accustom; 16, Youth; 17, Consider; 18, 11 ig h structures; 20, Shy; 21, Gaol: 24, Stupefy; 27, Cloth: 28, Rock; 29, Picture: 31, Walker; 32, Trap; 33, Relative; 34, Bird sound; 35, Stupid.
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SELECTIONS WORCESTER NEWSBOY 1.45. Cuttlefold; 2.15. Oscar: 2.45. Eldoret: 3.15. Fuimicino; 3.45. Martial Law II*_; 4.15. Turvey: 4.45, Ice Trick.

SELECTIONS WORCESTER NEWSBOY 1.45. Cuttlefold; 2.15. Oscar: 2.45. Eldoret: 3.15. Fuimicino; 3.45. Martial Law II*_; 4.15. Turvey: 4.45, Ice Trick.

DOUBLE: Martial Law II (nap) and Cuttlefold. DOONSIDE 1.45, Cuttlefold; 2.15. Tormond; 2.45. Eldoret*: 3.15. Fuimicino; 3.45. St. Coleman: 4.15. Magaris; 4.45, Ice Trick. DOUBLE: Eldoret (nap) and Magaris.
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 2, 1954 PAGE 5 • \\\ (/// - There's the very spirit of Spring in Bear

DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 2, 1954 PAGE 5 • \\\ (/// - There's the very spirit of Spring in Bear

Brand's newest f 4, and loveliest superfine stock- ings. Ask your draper to show ► 'V- you the many delightful Bear Brand styles in the ' Season's latest subtle shades. Nylon 15 and V' I 30 denier, Sheer Pure • Silk, Pure Silk and Rayon Mixture and , Fine Lisle. Incompar- able f
March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 8 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 2, 1954 Picture of a contented child. You can see he's a Robinson's baby.

PAGE 8 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, March 2, 1954 Picture of a contented child. You can see he's a Robinson's baby.

Mother's happy too, since she discovered the secret of weaning without worry—the Robinson's way. There's a whole range of ready-cooked, nourishing, easy-to-serve baby foods for her to choose. Many generations of sturdy babies have been weaned on 'Patent' Groats. Now, to save tim
March 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England