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Dreams kill; marriages . . .

Dreams kill; marriages . . .

From MARY MALONE SIX people enter into marriage, said Marriage Caused Bureaux this week-and. Four are just dreams; only two are real.... ONE and TWO: The ideal marriage partner both bride and groom had he for. TI and FOUR: The kind of mate each partner louts I. be. FIVE and SIX:
March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
L'S EYE

L'S EYE

:Y . .~. '~ ~~~ " seal takes a fish from her keeperL Sam , 's more to this picture than meets the tanught dock)) said death was drowiung—BUT . I, powerfully built and a Ammer. was in only aft. And he was weving jacket and knot!. poLlce toured Hyde hoiiing people phOt.o-uf the de
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PAGE 14 DAILY MIRROR. Monday. March I. 1919

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March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
America may send monkey into space

America may send monkey into space

t MERICA is planning to send an animalprobably a monkey into space.__. Dr. Wernher on Braun, America's top rocket man, revealed this last night in an ITV "Tell the People" interview with Robin Day. And he also said that the U.S. hoped to send a MAN into spare within the next fiv
March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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ON Swept in

ON Swept in

Two minutes later, left winger Alistair :McLeod swept in the goal that put Blackburn in the last four. Liverpool's first half goal was a fluke. Right-winger •Brian Jackson mis-hit his shot so badly it rolled tantalisingly past three Rovers' defenders to Murdoch. Harry Leyland ha
March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
But he says 'l'm not superstitious'

But he says 'l'm not superstitious'

wear the suit and his Mum can change her skirt if the forwards reproduce their form of the first half against Bristol Rovers. outside right Roy Dwight were not recognisable as the men who had tormented Rovers' defence before half-time. Rovers, three down at half-tifie, might hav
March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
labs CAP

labs CAP

DAILY lAlit/tOlt. Mon4l67.Mar<la 3. PACE 23 • STARTS TOMORROW Peter Wilson says— BRITISH *SPORT! • PETER WILSON, The Man They Can't Gag, probes the creaking, muddled, behind-the-times set-up of Britain's major sp or, ts--So ccer, cricket, athletics, boxing. Don't miss this chall
March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Five Age-Viewpoints on a Pension

The Five Age-Viewpoints on a Pension

At Age 25 "They ten me the job is not At 3.5 •Vaketusately, wawa fees net a 'maw." At Ar 4S "Hess I wish resold kph lemma r.. passim." , "I dread ?socking retiviv ' see whoa passion." At Age 65 or? At Age SS "Witham a passive I really know whet I do." Nothing on stop growing eid
March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
So highly strung... I F k m n y o little cs s g e i rl her even though

So highly strung... I F k m n y o little cs s g e i rl her even though

no harm is done, she is terrified in case the place will bleed, or leave a mark. Yet, she is constantly picking at her lingers and biting her nails. I'm at my wits' end to know what to do.—Mrs. X. ()Treat this fear of injury she has in a gentle. matter-of-fact will help the litt
March 3, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England