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a Maxana O.S. Model 123 blended woollen the low price of Post/Pack. 1/6 C.O.D. extra. 40, 42, 44. aderful value

a Maxana O.S. Model 123 blended woollen the low price of Post/Pack. 1/6 C.O.D. extra. 40, 42, 44. aderful value

a fine blended roollen material pith a softly :auged bodice. pin-tucked yoke n d a neatly lied collar. Four pleats in the and long sleeves. xs—Black, Navy, Grey, Wine, Green and :eat 42/- 12 4 4 4 16 1/6. C.O.D. ex. back guarantee. rs welcome. MAXANA (Dept. D.M.), Est. 1915 61a,
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUGGLES

RUGGLES

N. 259 YOU CAN'T CONDEMN I DLINNO... I WISH I HAD I r IT'D BREAK HIS A KID JUST BECAUSE YOU HALF HIS PERSONALITY AND HEART IF ANYTHING ONE MORE - DON'T LIKE HIS CLOTHES OR ...... •.. ACHIEVED HALF THAT HE MS... WENT WRONG WHILE THAT YOUTH CLUB'S HIS HE WAS AWAY... ! QUESTION, SA
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BELINDA

BELINDA

IT: Belinda abradY HATE TO DEPRIVE YOU OH?-WOULD GOODBYE, COGGIDGE !- I-I DON'T THEN DON'T SAY IT.- an to a SUCH VALUABLE YOU ?.AS MUCH LORD BOODLE HAS OFFERED KNOW WHAT JUST PACK YOUR BAG SERVANT, A BOODLE, BUTIAS THAT ?-TH EN YOU TWICE WHAT I SAID TO SAY„ AND KISS MISS BEUNDA
October 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ITHER WOMEN'S LIVI

ITHER WOMEN'S LIVI

NO LOAFING for the baker's wife! Mrs. Hilda Wing of Hogsthorpe, Lincolnshire, helps her husband in his job, runs a spotless home for him and their two small sons, and keeps a general store in the village. Every, night Bourn-vita helps to bring her deep sleep and new energy for t
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
threes to meet Ingrid

threes to meet Ingrid

was not with her. He was in Sweden dr i ving his 100 m.p.h. sports cars in a race. The childr e n--twins Ingrid and Isabelle 2, Robertino, 4, and Renzo, 13 —were all upstairs in their room at the hotel. Ingrid, who is in London to star in the opera "Joan of Arc at the Stake," sa
October 4, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MISS ARNHEM

MISS ARNHEM

NEWBURY: Going good I.3O.—LYCIDAS (C. Smirke, 6-1), 1; The Fosse (100-7), 2; Tottenham (10-1), 3. 30 ran. 11 I, 2. Also: 4 f Tudor Jinks, 6 Le Madeal, 7 Vat 69, 8 Dawn Sailing, 100-8 Light of Asia, Epsom Lad, 100-7 clodhopper, Lone Beam, Happy low, 20 Oak Lane, 33 Variety King,
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Hot Ice and Bramble Tudor foil a doublel

Hot Ice and Bramble Tudor foil a doublel

Racing Mirror Scottish Correspondent COLONEL Lord Joicey, a steward of the Kelso National Hunt meeting, should have his colours carried successfully by Bramble Tudor and Hot Ice at the final stage of the fixture this afternoon. Bramble Tudor attempts to win the Jedburgh Chase fo
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
he says: work any

he says: work any

A RTHUR ORTON, 31, is a man who does not want to work. He told a magistrates' court yesterday: "I have decided I am not going to work any more." Then he heard Dr. S. V. Tinsley, chairmap of Spennymoor (Co. Durham) magistrates, gaol him for six months with these words : " I hope
October 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England