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I * * PAGE 2 DAILY MIRROR, Monday, October 25, 1954 *4*4*-L*4*-;L*V-* .4 * $ * * *

I * * PAGE 2 DAILY MIRROR, Monday, October 25, 1954 *4*4*-L*4*-;L*V-* .4 * $ * * *

October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Monday, October 25, 1954 PAGE 3

DAILY MIRROR, Monday, October 25, 1954 PAGE 3

October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BUILT ...

BUILT ...

iniliHE man whp had 41 - built the brand new bungalows wanted more land. At the end of the site in St. Mary Cray, Kent. stood " Woodside," the bungalow that Frank Jones, 74, had built with his own hands thirty years ago. The builder. Mr. W. Drewery, 35, of Orpington, 'Valued the
October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MICK CETAMIUM COUGH SYRUP An Apology

MICK CETAMIUM COUGH SYRUP An Apology

They climbed all over me, knocked my hat sideways and then, as an apology, offered me a drink—out of their cup. Working from 8.30 in the morning until 5.30 at night with hundreds of small animals is a full-time job, and Maureen has little thought for anything else. - wbare to ha
October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAPITAL LETTERS PLEASE

CAPITAL LETTERS PLEASE

too ! :et more ks, they buoy- tep. A style- hoes is c effect ace with Wile the of the days OMFORT )ES half-sizes 3.9
October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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ITALIANS MARCH INTO TRIESTE

ITALIANS MARCH INTO TRIESTE

Italian troops will march into Zone A of Trieste today to take control of the city under the London settle me n t of October 5. Britain and America have been in Trieste since the end of the war.
October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAN BANGOR GAVE AWAY COMES BACK-AS STAR

MAN BANGOR GAVE AWAY COMES BACK-AS STAR

" Daily Mirror" Reporter MEET the men in the Irish Soccer spotlight. First is Chris Innes, tall Scottish-born centre forward, who was given a free transfer by Bangor. Chris put on an "I'll show 'em act when he hit four of Distillery's five goals at Portadown. Quite a nice start
October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 10 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, October 5, 1954 Frosty! Tide users have the cleanest sheets, tablecloths and towels. Sparkling! Sweet-smelling!

PAGE 10 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, October 5, 1954 Frosty! Tide users have the cleanest sheets, tablecloths and towels. Sparkling! Sweet-smelling!

Tide-clean — the cleanest there is! Brilliant ! Tide users have the cleanest, brightest, sharpest prints! Seaside fresh! No soap-scum dulls them! They're Tide-clean! Fragrant ! Tide users have the cleanest, sweetest woollens! Soft! Fleecy! Fragrant! Turn to Tide every washing da
October 5, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROMEO BROWN

ROMEO BROWN

THIS IS THE FAMOUS TOULOUSE , HOT STUFF, WHAT?! LAUTREC, MIGNON WANTS BUT ISN'T THAT BACK YOU TO TAKE TO LON••N! OUT OF PROPORTION? - N 257 , BACK; STAY WHERE YOU o ARE AND I'LL SHOW YOU/ I ---- I r , , /. ♦ HERE. STUDY THIS! ITS THE BEST BOOK ON ANATOMY i YOU'LL FIND.
October 5, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England